- n a condition in which things are not in their expected places
- n rowdy behavior
- n untidiness (especially of clothing and appearance)
- Within Russia's immense disorderliness, Stalin faced the fundamental problems of providing enough food for the people and improving their lot, through 20th-Century industrial .
- The Hughes resignation had long been sought by citizens, including the loud Tribune, who had grown weary of Chicago's bawdy disorderliness under Mayor William Hale ("Big Bill the .
- But since then, surviving family members have grown unhappy with the disorderliness of the site.
- Brian Lenihan in Irish Times
We have quite disturbing reports, not only from Dublin, but also from provincial towns, of an alarming growth in the pattern of disorderliness,Mr Lenihan said. "So clearly there is a need to promote a culture that discourages that kind of...
- Nicolas Sarkozy in International Herald Tribune
I will not allow more disorderliness, neither in Clichy-sous-Bois, nor in Montfermeil, nor anywhere else in the republic,Sarkozy said in Gagny.
- Dmitry Medvedev in Georgiandaily
Kavkazky Uzel reported that in the Moscow meeting, Medvedev called on Yevkurov to "liquidate social disorderliness in the republic" and raise the authority of the republican government.