Definition of Indiscipline

1. Noun. The trait of lacking discipline.

Exact synonyms: Undiscipline
Generic synonyms: Trait
Specialized synonyms: Indulgence, Self-indulgence, Dissoluteness, Incontinence, Self-gratification, Unrestraint
Antonyms: Discipline



Definition of Indiscipline

1. n. Want of discipline or instruction.

Definition of Indiscipline

1. Noun. Lack of discipline ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Indiscipline

1. [n -S]

Indiscipline Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Indiscipline Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Indiscipline

indirect transmission
indirect vision
indirected
indirection
indirections
indirectly
indirectness
indirectnesses
indiretin
indirubin
indiscernibility
indiscernibility of identicals
indiscernible
indiscernibles
indisciplinable
indiscipline (current term)
indisciplined
indisciplines
indiscoverable
indiscovery
indiscreet
indiscreetly
indiscreetness
indiscrete
indiscretion
indiscretions
indiscriminant
indiscriminantly
indiscriminate
indiscriminately

Literary usage of Indiscipline

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century by James Anthony Froude (1888)
"The necessity of yielding to powerful parliamentary interests had been the great source of the indiscipline of the army. ..."

2. The French Court and Society: Reign of Louis XVI and First Empire by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1881)
"... or indiscipline?—Immortalized at the Opera —Disappointed hopes—A blow to the Empress-queen— An unsympathetic virgin—Better success next time— Starlight ..."

3. The miscellaneous prose works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1836)
"Disorganization and indiscipline of the French Army.—Difficulty as to the Route on leaving Moscow.— Lauriston sent with a Letter to the Emperor Alexander. ..."

4. Memoirs and Correspondence of Major-General Sir William Nott by William Nott, Joachim Hayward Stocqueler (1854)
"... that he was commanding an effective body of men at Candahar, when he felt tolerably persuaded that from sickness and indiscipline, it was nearly effete. ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Indiscipline

Search for Indiscipline on Dictionary.com!Search for Indiscipline on Thesaurus.com!Search for Indiscipline on Google!Search for Indiscipline on Wikipedia!

Search