Adjective(1) undisciplined and unruly(2) in utter disorder(3) completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing
(1) Ordinary residents should be able to go into the town centre and enjoy a drink or a meal without coming across disorderly behaviour.(2) Mark Tyler pleaded guilty to ├ö├ç├┐racially aggravated disorderly behaviour├ö├ç├û after a drink-fuelled row with the night manager of an hotel in Lincoln.(3) In addition to the simple geometric figure, nature offers us a spectacle of the branched, jagged and seemingly disorderly structures that pose a challenge to geometry.(4) Instead of the upfront taxes favoured by police forces, disorderly premises in new Alcohol Disorder Zones will, in future, receive a warning and be allowed eight weeks to clean up their act.(5) Since then, the orders have been used against a gang of six terrorising Slade Green residents, two aggressive shop - lifters and a bus vandal, as well as other disorderly youths.(6) She is also charged with using obscene language, assaulting PC Ramcharan, occasioning a wound and behaving in a disorderly manner.(7) Second, the Chinese recording procedures were unsystematic and disorderly .(8) 100 years ago: York Police Court dealt with a man summoned for being disorderly and refusing to quit the Britannia Inn, Heworth, when asked to do so.(9) About 50-60 drunken and disorderly people spilled on to the Market Cross as police units from two counties and seven towns were called to the fracas.(10) In addition, protein metabolism becomes chaotic and disorderly , leading to mutant antibodies becoming auto-antibodies.(11) Mixing raw and cooked food together, disorderly arrangements and cross pollution are seen as roots of the problem.(12) Strategic Traffic Unit senior sergeant Ian Campion said police could take action if the widow washers became disorderly or threatened drivers.(13) Refugee flows, by their nature, are chaotic and disorderly .(14) They say he was drunk, disorderly and resisted arrest.(15) To outsiders, the garden is a space of chaotic, disorderly difference and sensory assault.(16) You also have a history of committing offences of disorderly behaviour and, in the past, were the subject of a curfew order.
(1) disorderly conduct :: 秩序を乱す行動
1. untidy ::
2. unruly ::
4. higgledy-piggledy ::
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