Origin of unorganized
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Examples from the Web for unorganized
But powerful, unorganized militant groups may pose problems after this period of turmoil plays out, leaving behind a power vacuum.Nigeria’s Do-It-Yourself Boko Haram Busters
May 16, 2014
But one of the principal causes has been the relative impotence of the unorganized and divided Arab and Muslim political response.Arab Americans Need Political Normalization
November 12, 2012
But it was still an unorganized effort, while Limbaugh has a powerful bully pulpit, he does not have a political machine.Operation Hilarity: Democrats for Santorum and Other Party-Crossing Mischief
February 29, 2012
Exception must be made, of course, of the unorganized sports of childhood.Unwritten Literature of Hawaii
Nathaniel Bright Emerson
Imitation of the living by the unorganized may, however, go a good way.
Between the organized and the unorganized they do not see and they will not see the cleft.
The understanding is at home in the domain of unorganized matter.
The nearest part of the unorganized West was adjacent to Missouri.The Last American Frontier
Frederic L. (Frederic Logan) Paxson
- not arranged into an organized system, structure, or unity
- (of workers) not unionized
- nonliving; inorganic
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Word Origin and History for unorganized
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