disorganized

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disorganized

  1. simple past tense and past participle of disorganize

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disorganized (comparative more disorganized, superlative most disorganized)

  1. Lacking order or organization; confused; chaotic.
  2. Lacking skills for organizing one's affairs.
    He is quite disorganized and has difficulty planning his day or remembering when his homework is due.
  3. (psychology) In a state of disruption of orderly psychological functioning; engaging in behaviour that is chaotic, self-contradictory, or out of keeping with reality; (of a mental illness) poorly controlled and leading to a disorganized state.

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