[ UK /dɪsˈɔːdəd/ ]
[ US /dɪˈsɔɹdɝd/ ]
  1. lacking orderly continuity
    a confused set of instructions
    a confused dream about the end of the world
    scattered thoughts
    disconnected fragments of a story
  2. not arranged in order
  3. thrown into a state of disarray or confusion
    with everything so upset
    the small disordered room
    a confused mass of papers on the desk
    troops fleeing in broken ranks
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How To Use disordered In A Sentence

  • In tests, they found that neatly ordered arrays of beads caught more mist than random, disordered ones did.
  • The genesis of abdominal pain or disordered bowel habit is generally ascribed to abnormal colonic motor function.
  • The temptation is not sinful, but it remains disordered.
  • during hysterical conditions various functions of the human body are disordered
  • It was disordered thinking like that which led to his ruination in the stock market.
  • Mentally disordered offenders: practical steps to diversion from custody.
  • The antinovel usually fragments and distorts the experience of its characters, forcing the reader to construct the reality of the story from a disordered narrative.
  • There's slim hope that in the maze of dark and disordered tuins a luxury haunting love will be discovered.
  • And thus, of articles of food, those which are unsuitable and hurtful to man when administered, every one is either bitter, or intensely so, or saltish or acid, or something else intense and strong, and therefore we are disordered by them in like manner as we are by the secretions in the body. On Ancient Medicine
  • On the seventh, all the symptoms were exacerbated; had no sleep, but the urine of the same characters, and the understanding disordered; alvine dejections bilious and fatty. Of The Epidemics
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