undisciplined

[ UK /ʌndˈɪsɪplˌɪnd/ ]
[ US /ənˈdɪsɪpɫɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not subjected to discipline
    undisciplined talent
  2. not subjected to correction or discipline
    let her children grow up uncorrected
  3. lacking in discipline or control
    undisciplined behavior
    ungoverned youth
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How To Use undisciplined In A Sentence

  • Media reports on youth crime and delinquency regularly paint a picture of undisciplined and dangerous young people with negative attitudes towards authority.
  • In the year 2004, America faces a far greater crisis in a generation of boys and young men who have been unfathered, untutored, undisciplined, and ultimately unleashed on society.
  • It is apparent that contemporary learners are undisciplined.
  • Like Patten, Veblen feared that the impoverishment of workers was leading them to lives of undisciplined pleasure-seeking. A Renegade History of the United States
  • If you understand that the word maverick is code for undisciplined. Steven Denlinger: Dear Sarah Palin, Please leave - we don't need your sort in Ohio!
  • Keyboard grottiness is something which most geeks need to deal with, especially if you’re undisciplined (like me) and eat and drink while at the computer. Use your Christmas break to… wash your keyboard | Lifehacker Australia
  • I was able to discern that the callow youth's undisciplined powers were being channeled into a keen signal by the famous blue astromech droid R2-D2, whose ability to manipulate or be manipulated by the Force is something I have never understood. Archive 2005-05-01
  • That's not to say they're undisciplined, but there has to be a leader in every team.
  • The two strongest objections each approach levels at the other is the claim that eclectics are undisciplined, and that traditionalists are stagnated.
  • Yet, the possibility always remains that the signifying capabilities of the tongue, and, more generally, the body will exceed the narrow scope of its assignment, becoming rude, unmannerly, undisciplined, and uncivilized.
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