Definition of Unorderly. Meaning of Unorderly. Synonyms of Unorderly

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Definition of Unorderly

Unorderly
Unorderly Un*or"der*ly, a. Disorderly. [Obs.] --Bp. Sanderson.

Meaning of Unorderly from wikipedia

- Orderly or Disorderly (Persian: به ترتیب یا بدون ترتیب؟‎, romanized: Be tartib ya bedun-e tartib?) is a 1981 Iranian short film directed by Abbas Kiarostami...
- Retreat: withdrawal of troops from a battlefield (can be either orderly or unorderly; fighting or by rout). Rout: disorderly withdrawal of troops from a battlefield...
- During their three years of service they never withdrew from battle in unorderly fashion. On 7 December 1861, the State of New York officially changed...
- (which he called the jeornay of Penke), was due to these causes, and the unorderly haste of the Scottish army. He added that he heard it was already widely...
- gained notoriety due to the large crowds, lengthy meetings, and reports of unorderly manifestations of the Holy Spirit, including people laughing, crying,...
- himself may be saved" Used in cases of destruction or calamity, such as an unorderly evacuation. Each one is responsible for himself and is not to wait for...
- guaizhi "quality of being impressive or surprising through careless or unorderly grace" (Chang 1930) and sanlan waizhi "space tastefully enlivened by disorder"...
- Colony's precarious place on the edge of Catholic Maryland. "Unruly and unorderly spirits lay hold of ye motion of affairs," Spencer wrote, "and that under...
- meaning "quality of being impressive or surprising through careless or unorderly grace", another proposed san luan (散亂) or shu luo (疏落), both meaning "scattered...
- shortly before Piekarski's execution when he confessed his sins in an unorderly, confusing and lifeless manner. The expression is still used nowadays...
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