indiscipline indiscipline

Definition(s):

  • (n) the trait of lacking discipline

Usage(s):

  1. Even after 15 years in power, the ANC remains a revolutionary party and doesn't take kindly to what it perceives as indiscipline.
  2. The strange thing is that through the dreadful indiscipline of the prose, or perhaps because of it, the innocence of Kerouac is established beyond question.
  3. Some Japanese politicians and newspapers have become more open in their contempt for America -- or what they consider American self-indulgence, moral squalor and indiscipline.

News

  • Cricket-Gough lashes out at Australian indiscipline

    By Tony Jimenez GULLANE, Scotland, July 20 (Reuters) - Australia's indiscipline is costing them dear in the Ashes and players are making decisions for themselves rather than the team, bemused former England fast bowler Darren Gough said on Saturday. The home team, already 1-0 up in the five-match series, are set to extend their lead after taking complete control of the second test at Lord's ...
    on July 20, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Sports

Quotes

  1. "Ultimately the penalty count cost us," Hadden added. "We have had a pretty close look at the 13-7 penalty count. We are very disappointed at some of the indiscipline and a bit disappointed at some others."
    on Feb 14, 2009 By: Frank Hadden Source: SkySports

  2. "I'm the leader, and I don't want any more indiscipline," Dion said following a meeting of his Quebec wing executive on Thursday.
    on Mar 27, 2007 By: Stephane Dion Source: 940 News

  3. "The program is not a substitute for local production. This is meant to complement business and at the same time whip them to deal with overcharging. The indiscipline in this economy is chronic so we can actually make it disappear through using a...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Gideon Gono Source: Xinhua

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