Definition of Disorganisation

1. Noun. A condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted.

Exact synonyms: Disarrangement, Disorganization
Generic synonyms: Disorder, Disorderliness
Derivative terms: Disarrange, Disarrange, Disorganise, Disorganize



2. Noun. The disturbance of a systematic arrangement causing disorder and confusion. "The disorganization of the enemy troops by a flank attack"
Exact synonyms: Disorganization
Generic synonyms: Disturbance
Derivative terms: Disorganise, Disorganize

Definition of Disorganisation

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of disorganization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Disorganisation

disordered
disorderedly
disorderedness
disordering
disorderliness
disorderly
disorderly behavior
disorderly conduct
disorders
disordinance
disordinate
disordinately
disordination
disordre
disordrely
disorganisation
disorganisations
disorganise
disorganised
disorganised schizophrenia
disorganisedly
disorganises
disorganising
disorganization
disorganizations
disorganize
disorganized
disorganized schizophrenia
disorganized type schizophrenia
disorganizedly

Literary usage of Disorganisation

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

1. Roman Society in the Last Century of the Western Empire by Samuel Dill (1899)
"... I THE Disorganisation OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE WE have hitherto been occupied with the condition of Roman society in the West as it is revealed to us in ..."

2. Select Charters and Other Illustrations of English Constitutional History by William Stubbs (1890)
"... disorganisation to play the tyrant without restraint. The funds arising from the confiscated estates of the Norman nobles and the exiled bishops enabled ..."

3. The Growth of English Industry and Commerce by William Cunningham (1882)
"... of the Statute of Labourers shew that the wages difficulty had not been successfully adjusted. Along with this social disorganisation there rose a ..."

4. The History of Modern Europe: With an Account of the Decline & Fall of the by William Russell, Charles Coote (1822)
"Multitudes of prisoners, and a variety of spoils, indicated the disorganisation of the retiring troops; and only the wreck of a mighty host could be ..."

5. The New Italy: A Discussion of Its Present Political and Social Conditions by Federico Garlanda (1911)
"The first reason for the disorganisation of parties in Parliament, and for all the sad consequences flowing therefrom, is to be sought in the complete ..."

6. Democracy in Europe: A History by Thomas Erskine May (1880)
"THE fall of the Western empire caused a general disorganisation of government and of society through- ..."

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