[ US /əˈnɔɹɡəˌnaɪzd/ ]
not having or belonging to a structured whole
unorganized territories lack a formal government
not affiliated in a trade union
the workers in the plant were unorganized
How To Use unorganized In A Sentence
- Cantillon is widely interpreted as being a member of the mercantilists, an unorganized, difficult to define group of writers and pamphleteers who dominated public debate before the time of David Hume and the Physiocrats.
- 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.
- 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.
- But child labour is still a harsh reality in a few organised industries and almost in all unorganised informal industries in the developing countries.
- Currently, at least 95% of agricultural produce reaches the end consumer through unorganised marketing channels like mandis, which many a times leads to price fluctuations, wastage and poor quality, according to MVS Efarm. Produce Supplier Gets Venture Capital Funding
- Thus, if we consider only those typical cases in which the complete triumph of intelligence and of instinct is seen, we find this essential difference between them: _instinct perfected is a faculty of using and even of constructing organized instruments; intelligence perfected is the faculty of making and using unorganized instruments_. Evolution créatrice. English
- The potential blog entries of the last week or so have now collected themselves into 5 or 6 rather unorganised text files, awaiting anxiously for their author to unleash them on the outside world.
- Also, human living spaces appear to be partitioned according to function while Neanderthal settlements are unorganized.
- 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.
- unorganized territories lack a formal government