Women ages 24 to 36 are the fastest-growing population getting treated for the disorder.
Ashleigh Banfield is co-anchor of Courtside on IN SESSION, and hosts disorder in the Court with Ashleigh Banfield.
Whether this constitutes a “disorder” remains a subject of deliberation.
The disorder has become something greater than itself, than its literal meaning, a conglomeration of symptoms rooted in trauma.
An American boy found a kindred spirit in the king of England and was inspired to fight this disorder.
By a simple sic jubeo it posits a disorder which is an "absence of order."
The enemy could be heard retreating in disorder before them.
Riot and disorder too often characterized the events of that season.
The Master never talked of goblins, strength, disorder, or spirits.
Artillery, wagons and ammunition piled up in disorder; from people along the way reports of fighting.
1520s, from disorder (v.).
disorder dis·or·der (dĭs-ôr'dər)
A disturbance or derangement that affects the function of mind or body, such as an eating disorder or the abuse of a drug. v. dis·or·dered, dis·or·der·ing, dis·or·ders
To disturb the normal physical or mental health of; derange.