unorganized

adjective un·or·ga·nized \ ˌən-ˈȯr-gə-ˌnīzd \
Updated on: 20 Feb 2018

Definition of unorganized

1 : not organized: such as
a : not brought into a coherent or well-ordered whole
b : not belonging to a labor union
2 : not having the characteristics of a living organism

Examples of unorganized in a Sentence

  1. These industries usually employ unorganized workers.

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First Known Use of unorganized

1653


UNORGANIZED Defined for English Language Learners

unorganized

adjective

Definition of unorganized for English Language Learners

  • : not arranged in an orderly way

  • : not part of a formal organization (such as a labor union)


Medical Dictionary

unorganized

adjective un·or·ga·nized
variants: also British unorganised play \-ˈȯr-gə-ˌnīzd\

medical Definition of unorganized

: not organized : lacking order or coherence
  • unorganized delusions

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