lacking order or methodical arrangement or function;
"a disorganized enterprise"
"a thousand pages of muddy and disorganized prose"
"she was too disorganized to be an agreeable roommate"
- Few have been paid for their efforts, and the disorganized nature of their translations has unintentionally produced ambiguities.
- And an exchange like SASIX acts as a brokerage, imposing some structure and order on the largely disorganized world of charitable giving.
- A few simple techniques well presented, an aim clearly seen, are better than a tangled maze of data whirling in disorganized educational chaos.
- disorganize 破坏组织