shambolic

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shambles +‎ -o- +‎ -ic; the interconsonantal -o- is to avoid the /mbl/ consonant cluster.

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shambolic (comparative more shambolic, superlative most shambolic)

  1. (Australia, Britain, slang) Chaotic, disorganised or mismanaged. [from c. 1970s.]

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