Definition of indiscipline
: lack of discipline
indisciplinedplay \(ˌ)in-ˈdi-sə-plənd, -(ˌ)plind\ adjective
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The story of Fitzgerald as a wastrel and a victim of his own indiscipline is attractive but exaggerated.
The information was not to be widely shared even with the U.S. government, according to reports, and its disclosure threatened to complicate the United States' intelligence-sharing with foreign allies increasingly wary of Trump's indiscipline.
What he hasn’t solved is the indiscipline of the president.
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