Examples of disorganize in a Sentence
those unexpected problems that can disorganize an entire plan
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This is especially so with Anti-Balaka groups: most are poorly equipped and disorganized, and emerged from their own communities to defend themselves.
Prosecutors had asked for prison time under the contention that Taffaro wasn't disorganized or sloppy.
Dempsey added a second goal in the 88th minute as Vancouver was disorganized on a corner kick.
The offense is disorganized, the play-calling could be better and Darnold has taking a step back.
Critics have said the administration has been slow to react and disorganized on the ground.
Wickland, a witness for the prosecution, also testified that the armed local Libyan force that scattered might have been disorganized, but did not show hostility toward the Americans.
As they got set at the line of scrimmage, the Bears were disorganized, still breaking their huddle trying to get into position.
China can be disorganized, chaotic, loud and polluted.
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