adjective Chiefly British Informal.
Origin of shambolic
Examples from the Web for shambolic
Contemporary Examples of shambolic
It may be shambolic, shameless emotional grandstanding, but it is oddly moving, despite the ruthless history edit.Sorry Putin, the Sochi Opening Ceremony Was Totally Gay
February 7, 2014
This is just more symbolic (and shambolic) politics of rage.Republicans Move to the Center? Nope, They’re Crazier Than Ever
August 21, 2013
This shambolic mess of a man in Florida may be able to tell Selig whether his testing regimen is working at all.Major League Baseball Is Right to Punish the Biogenesis Cheats
Michael Brendan Dougherty
June 6, 2013
In the pantheon of self-destructive, shambolic, rock-star dandies, Johnny Thunders is the ne plus ultra.Dead Cool: Johnny Thunders
February 5, 2010
Word Origin for shambolic
1961, apparently from shamble in the sense "disorder" (see shambles), perhaps on model of symbolic.