unorganized vs disorganized

unorganized disorganized


  • 1) Not having been organized
  • 2) Not yet organized
  • 3) US Lacking a normal system of government.
  • 4) Having been organized only superficially or irregularly
  • 5) Not having been organized on a normal basis
  • 6) Having no organic qualities; inorganic.
  • 7) Lacking order, unity, or a system; disorganized.
  • 8) Not represented by a labor union.
  • 9) Not organized; being without organic structure; specifically (Biol.), not having the different tissues and organs characteristic of living organisms, nor the power of growth and development. See the Note under ferment, n., 1.
  • 10) not affiliated in a trade union
  • 11) not having or belonging to a structured whole


  • 1) Lacking order or organization; confused; chaotic.
  • 2) lacking order or methodical arrangement or function
  • 3) Simple past tense and past participle of disorganize.


  • 1) The Dead, shambling close together in an unplanned and unorganized mob.
  • 2) ‘The one thing I know is all the time I spent playing games while growing up, organized and unorganized, did me nothing but good.’
  • 3) ‘One searches in vain through the colonial period for evidence of Americans armed with guns rising to defend their liberties, whether in organized militia units or unorganized crowds.’
  • 4) ‘Family housing has improved; most are satisfied with the children's education system and their recreation programs, both organized and unorganized.’
  • 5) ‘Soccer suffers from both a lack of organized and unorganized availability to the youngest of athletes, and a complexity that makes it hard to appreciate without having played the sport.’
  • 6) ‘What about other kinds of organized and unorganized leisure time activities?’
  • 7) ‘Until recently, these rapidly growing tumours were considered unorganized or partly organized masses.’
  • 8) ‘The raffle - though somewhat unorganized because bar management forced the Shanghaiist crew upstairs at the last minute - made several prize winners very happy, some eerily so.’
  • 9) ‘It's an unorganized and a disorganized agency.’
  • 10) ‘That goes for unorganized, disorganized, and semi-pro religion, too.’
  • 11) ‘New Orleans resident Jordan Flaherty wrote that buses stopping in at refugee camps continue to be haphazard and unorganized.’
  • 12) ‘The relief efforts, though they look unorganised, seem to be taking care of their everyday, short term needs, though they still use the open spaces beyond the village for their toilet needs.’
  • 13) ‘And they will not be dealt with by pointless, unorganised and ill thought out demonstrations that no serve other purpose than to provide another irrelevant sound byte.’
  • 14) ‘They may well be truthful, but unclear in their own mind as to what message they are trying to convey and by speaking their unorganised or unstructured thoughts, they will help themselves to decide.’
  • 15) ‘That, and things were starting to get a little messy and unorganised - the 2 things that I despise most in many sites, yet I manage to allow my own web log to go the same path.’
  • 16) ‘Boulding describes how this was largely due to Gandhi, who was responsible for the transition from informal and unorganized to formal and organized non-violence as a political strategy.’
  • 17) ‘A novel of the happenings of war is an attempt to organize the unorganized, to give form and meaning to chaos.’
  • 18) ‘The problem with organised public protests is that all too often they become unorganised and go out of control.’
  • 19) ‘Although it is a generalization, loose aggressive players typically maintain unorganized / sloppy stacks, while tight conservative players keep well organized/neat stacks.’
  • 20) ‘He's the sloppiest, most unorganized clutz that ever got hired at this bank.’
  • 21) ‘We should be forcing students to cope with masses of hitherto unorganized data, many neglected yet valuable areas of their own experience or education, the full resources of the language they use, their system of values.’
  • 22) ‘Under conditions in which it will not defend even its own members, the AFL-CIO's pretense that it is building a movement to represent the unemployed and unorganized is absurd.’
  • 23) ‘The thing that we have got to remember is that there are seven million unorganised workers out there, and we only represent 25.7% of the total workforce.’
  • 24) ‘We also worked to get representation from the millions of workers in the unorganised sectors.’
  • 25) ‘In New York, over 90% of restaurant workers are unorganized, and 67% are immigrants, many of them undocumented.’
  • 26) ‘Although labor is obviously better served when it is organized into trade unions to bargain with a unified voice, the bargaining between labor and capital goes on even if workers are unorganized.’
  • 27) ‘Within a few years, the previously unorganized building workers of New York became one of the largest segments of the national union.’
  • 28) ‘Hitherto unorganized groups of workers, including agricultural labourers and some women, were amongst the 500,000 members.’
  • 29) ‘Little has been said to promote the benefits of a mega union for existing members and unorganised workers, beyond the platitudes of ‘bigger means stronger’ and ‘economies of scale’.’
  • 30) ‘The Federation has, for more than half a century, assumed the responsibility of speaking for all workers in the province - organized and unorganized.’
  • 31) ‘There must be renewed emphasis on building real, grassroots organizations of committed citizens who can operate throughout the country, starting with a commitment to help unions organize the unorganized.’
  • 32) ‘It is, in fact, the only way to consistently mobilize and expand the activist layer of the unions as the major force in organizing the unorganized.’
  • 33) ‘If manufacturing is not organized, there will be nothing to stop the race to the bottom in wages, benefits and working conditions for all organized and unorganized workers in all industries.’
  • 34) ‘Unions campaigning for changes that benefit all workers - organized and unorganized - will demonstrate in a new way the value of unions to the broader population.’
  • 35) ‘Overworked, underpaid, casual-contracted, yet unorganised women are the backbone of Sri Lanka's garment industry - a sector that is vital to the country's economy.’
  • 36) ‘It is the Party that may recognise and deal with the particular concerns of organised and unorganised labour.’
  • 37) ‘That any serious effort to organize the unorganized would entail a direct and massive struggle against the moguls of American business and the government is underscored by an insightful comment in the July 27 issue of the Financial Times.’
  • 38) ‘During his campaign, Miller suggested that under his leadership the UMW would be dedicated to organizing the unorganized, many of whom were surface miners, as well as working for good reclamation.’
  • 39) ‘A lot of unions now have made that shift over the last five or so years and I think shifting resources to organise the unorganised is now pretty much mainstream opinion amongst union leaders.’
  • 40) ‘This money would then have been spent on organising the unorganised.’
  • 41) ‘The CSO was something new under the Los Angeles sun - a militant, smart organization devoted to mobilizing the hitherto unorganized Latino community.’


  • 1) `Never worked on such a disorganized movie," he flung over his shoulder at the breathless production coordinator.
  • 2) Unlike Ed and Tito, I'm just too lazy and disorganized* to commit to full album reviews; here is my answer for the lazy and disorganized among us.
  • 3) The Blackhawks played at St. Louis on Thursday and were sluggish and disorganized from the start.
  • 4) The movement has been called disorganized, and criticized for not having a unified message, leaving many of us to wonder what exactly people are protesting about.
  • 5) The Irish followed their track in disorganized multitudes; each day encreasing; each day becoming more lawless.
  • 6) The fact that there are so many of these events taking place -- that they are "disorganized" -- and that they will feature political novices (not the pros pulling the strings) -- makes it likely there will be some gaffes committed.
  • 7) In 2006, Davidson lured Sergey Brin to Capitol Hill for a trip that even Brin described as a disorganized, last-minute venture.
  • 8) ‘Why do we do accumulate, hoard and keep our homes and offices in messy, untidy, disorganized clutter?’
  • 9) ‘In short, almost all subjects with a flexible strategy have high control beliefs, and the majority of the subjects with a disorganized strategy show low control beliefs.’
  • 10) ‘But these were not disorganized attempts to win control over extended territories, and since the king was always accompanied by his entire court these journeys could not be improvised.’
  • 11) ‘As Ralph went on to show them their bedrooms, his bedroom, and the bathroom, I needn't explain each one for they were all quite similar - disorganized, random, and cluttered.’
  • 12) ‘The school itself, disorganized and chaotic, did not show the sense of urgency needed to work with a population of inner-city kids.’
  • 13) ‘My random, disorganised thoughts are frequently interrupted by my own private ‘air show’, military jets hurtling overhead at what seems only about 50 foot.’
  • 14) ‘Like other liberations of besieged cities in the past, it seems that the final few moves were chaotic and disorganised, rather than any form of grand militaristic march over the horizon.’
  • 15) ‘Levski tried to respond, but their attacks were chaotic and disorganised, so they left themselves a lot to do for the return game in Sofia next week.’
  • 16) ‘It's not surprising I'm stalled at 70,000 words of disorganised and rather random episodes that need linking together.’
  • 17) ‘Petty crime and random violence, so-called disorganised crime, has left millions of Brazilians terrified.’
  • 18) ‘I think I have too many domains and it's all too disorganised and messy and I'm still musing over what to do with various sites.’
  • 19) ‘It's disorganised, chaotic, ideas mashed together like a car crash.’
  • 20) ‘It puts them in the countryside, where they are dispersed and disorganised and fall under the control of local chiefs, who are politically appointed.’
  • 21) ‘Their implementation may have been chaotic and disorganized, but they were carried through with remarkable goodwill and even enthusiasm considering the multitude of vested interests they threatened or damaged.’
  • 22) ‘His oftentimes messy and disorganized decision-making process has been widely publicized, further eroding any appearance of strong decisive leadership.’
  • 23) ‘Mirror, hair brush, hair ties, perfume, little notepads to write things on, perfect little shelves to hold books… It was nothing like my messy, highly disorganized locker.’
  • 24) ‘The discounted items are crammed like sardines in the room, and laid out in a very disorganized and random manner (at least that's how it is at the end of the day).’
  • 25) ‘He let his mother into his home and the pair wandered through to the kitchen where Rose sat down at the breakfast bar where papers were strewn across, messy and disorganized.’
  • 26) ‘None of this messy business with everyone running around everywhere in a totally disorganized fashion.’
  • 27) ‘You never saw him with a desk full of clutter-you never saw him ruffled, hurried, disorganized.’
  • 28) ‘To some he appeared disorganized, slapdash, cheerful to the point of flippancy.’
  • 29) ‘In the second half discipline went out of the window and you'd have to feel sorry for McEniff as he tries to deal with such an undisciplined, disorganised group of players.’
  • 30) ‘Now it is being extended to adults who are simply noticeably inefficient, disorganised and failing in their careers.’
  • 31) ‘He observed on September 11 that she was disorganized, unable to stay for the session, unable to give a urine sample and displaying poor insight and poor responsibility.’
  • 32) ‘What if I think I'm efficient but I'm seen as disorganized?’
  • 33) ‘Other problems included a shortage of learning materials, disorganised teachers and the financial incapacity of students from rural areas.’
  • 34) ‘As we paint our individual pictures of life the scene can become cluttered, especially for disorganized people like myself who tend to lose track of things in their chaotic surroundings.’
  • 35) ‘They must stop looking leaderless, fumbling, unfocused, disorganized, and confused.’
  • 36) ‘So being a messy, indecisive and disorganized ditherer is healthy!’
  • 37) ‘Moreover, this desire can be tied to the fact that guys are messy, disorganized, and also tend to procrastinate.’
  • 38) ‘This is not to say that they are chaotic and disorganized.’
  • 39) ‘That home, Pelican House, could belong to an explorer, albeit a slightly disorganised, technically messy explorer.’
  • 40) ‘The marginal are not rational; they are ignorant; they lack discipline; they are disorganized; they lack proper language and manners.’
  • 41) ‘You'd think that at that age girls like us would be messy and disorganized, but like I've said, being a thief makes you careful.’
  • 42) ‘To play somebody who has a kid and is quite chaotic and disorganised really appealed to me.’
  • 43) ‘‘Although he was a neat and organised person who was schooled in scientific materialism, he was on the surface a chaotic and disorganised person,’ Rensburg said.’
  • 44) ‘Voucher recipients are drawn almost exclusively from the ranks of the city's most disorganized families and individuals, so it's hardly surprising that many do not conduct themselves as model tenants.’
  • 45) ‘As comfortable as this might sound to the disorganized visionary who risks having valuable work stolen from them if they forget to mark it with a ‘©,’ consider the implications.’

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