Definition for disorganized (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), dis·or·gan·ized, dis·or·gan·iz·ing.
Origin of disorganize
Examples from the Web for disorganized
Our schools operate in an extraordinarily dense, disorganized regulatory environment.What Charter Schools Are Getting Right And Why They Top Our High School Rankings|Conor P. Williams|August 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The end result only confirmed its image as disorganized and ineffectual.
Chabon brings back the neighborhood record stores of my youth in all their disorganized and haphazard glory.
Yes, he was disorganized and rarely returned phone calls from the press.No Drama Obama’s Dramatic 2012 Reelection Campaign|Richard Wolffe|September 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then, like today, the moderates were disorganized and divided.It’s Time to Hold Our Nose and Back Egypt’s Military|Leslie H. Gelb|August 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jenny was cut off from the disorganized main body, was helpless in a mob of men.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
Fair upon the Frankish line, broken and disorganized even by victory, Iftikhar flung his thunderbolt.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
But very shortly afterwards the standing army was disorganized.Lydia Knight's History|Susa Gates
Who could say what was even then happening in the disorganized and masterless departments?Hugo|Arnold Bennett
The rows are much shortened but not disorganized and an ossified band extends across the junction.Scurvy Past and Present|Alfred Fabian Hess
British Dictionary definitions for disorganized
Word Origin and History for disorganized
1793, from French désorganiser, from dés- "not" (see dis-) + organiser "organize" (see organize). This word and related forms were introduced in English in reference to the French Revolution. Related: Disorganized; disorganizing; disorganization.