Examples from the Web for disorderly
In 2007, at Jamaica high school in Queens, teachers started calling 911 to get police to help them deal with disorderly students.
A new book about Victorian-era London reminds us that unregulated, disorderly places grow into great metropolises.
Petit turned himself over to police and was arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.We Should Applaud the World Trade Center Jumpers, Not Prosecute Them|Justin Miller|March 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct in New Orleans.Church of Scientology Details Error in Lawrence Wright’s Book|Karen Pouw|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was ultimately fined $600 for two citations of disorderly conduct.Ezra Miller on ‘Perks of Being a Wallflower,’ Being Bisexual & More|Marlow Stern|September 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Sound and thriuing plants in a good soile, will euer yeeld too much wood, and disorderly, but neuer too little.A New Orchard And Garden|William Lawson
He had about decided to plead guilty in the Magistrate's Court to disorderly conduct and all the rest of it!Astounding Stories, April, 1931|Various
I saw instead a crowd of fellows on the porch who made our dejection look like disorderly conduct.At Good Old Siwash|George Fitch
The harmless patient of the asylum ward becomes out of it a mischievous, disorderly, and probably dangerous lunatic.On the State of Lunacy and the Legal Provision for the Insane|John T. Arlidge
The ribbon-weaving villages north of Coventry are a disorderly eruption from the town.
British Dictionary definitions for disorderly
Word Origin and History for disorderly
1580s, "opposed to moral order," also "opposed to legal authority;" see dis- + orderly (adj.). The meaning "untidy" is attested from 1630s; the older senses are those in disorderly house, disorderly conduct, etc.