verb (used with object)
Origin of disorder
Synonyms for disorder
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Contemporary Examples of disorder
But of course, many middle aged and older Afghans have more than enough experience of violence and disorder to be cautious.Afghanistan, We Hardly Knew You
December 8, 2014
In Voodoo, the demarcation between life and death is more fluid; helping Voodoo followers create order out of disorder.‘Gods of Suburbia’: Dina Goldstein’s Arresting Photo Series on Religion vs. Consumerism
November 8, 2014
In a line of business built on meticulous order, the inner workings of Spinal Solutions were a study in disorder.Patients Screwed in Spine Surgery ‘Scam’
The Center for Investigative Reporting
November 3, 2014
If the doctor is biased, he may still classify it as a disorder that can lead to legal repercussions.Coming Out Kinky to Your Doctor, in Black and Blue
October 25, 2014
Bechdel said she and her mother both had the disorder as children.Alison Bechdel: Genius to Watch Out For
September 18, 2014
Historical Examples of disorder
The arrival of General Washington arrested the disorder, and determined the victory on our side.
He greatly increased the disorder by prescribing a fashionable nostrum.Voltaire's Romances
I interrupted; ‘you’ll disorder the handkerchief I have tied round your face, and make the cut bleed again.Wuthering Heights
They wore the sombreros and leggings and leather belts, but there was no disorder, no cursing, no shouting nor yelling.The Candidate
Joseph Alexander Altsheler
God rebuked the disorder, though the convalescence was slow.
1520s, from disorder (v.).