to destroy the organization, systematic arrangement, or orderly connection of; throw into confusion or disorder.
- Also especially British, dis·or·gan·ise .
- dis·or·gan·iz·er, noun
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How to use disorganize in a sentence
And lastly, the inevitable and frequent economic crises under capitalism disorganize it and hasten it on towards destruction.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States | Selig Perlman
And there was that in it which seemed at moments to disorganize the room, and lay violent and exclusive hold on the spectator.Elizabeth's Campaign | Mrs. Humphrey Ward
This riot of waters and crashing of ice were enough to disorganize the best school in New England.The Gold Brick | Ann S. Stephens
The response he received on every hand was the statement that it would disorganize and disband the Confederate Armies.Marse Henry (Vol. 1) | Henry Watterson
Fear that number of these arrests of active managers, representatives, may disorganize industry on the Rand.The Transvaal from Within | J. P. Fitzpatrick
British Dictionary definitions for disorganize
(tr) to disrupt or destroy the arrangement, system, or unity of
- disorganization or disorganisation, noun
- disorganizer or disorganiser, noun
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