disorder : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis awr der

  • n  a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning
    the doctor prescribed some medicine for the disorder
  • n  a condition in which things are not in their expected places
    the files are in complete disorder
  • n  a disturbance of the peace or of public order
  • v  disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
  • v  bring disorder to

  • For eating disorder educators, the very language of the sites can provide invaluable hints into a troubled psyche.
  • People with borderline personality disorder are some of psychology's hardest cases.
  • Few things imprison a mind quite like obsessive -compulsive disorder, but better treatments are breaking its hold.
News & Articles


  • Christian Bale in Washington Post
    The Joker claims the only things you can believe in are chaos and disorder,Bale said. "There is some truth to that."
  • Keith Vaz in guardian.co.uk
    The committee chairman, Keith Vaz, said: "We cannot have on one hand a world of alcohol promotions for profit that fuels surges of crime and disorder, and on the other the police diverting all their resources to cope with it."
  • Lindsay Lohan in New York Post
    Even though it's our personal business as to why she's in rehab, she knows that she has issues, and obviously, if you're in rehab you're not there for an eating disorder,Dina Lohan said. "There have been several interventions and I'm happy...

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