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Definition of "well-organised" []

  • Having good organization; orderly and efficient (adjective)

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Use "well-organised" in a sentence
  • "In one section, headed "Mistakes", the presidential office is advised:It is hugely important and worth mentioning that "mistakes" have been done in the beginning of the crises because we did not have a well-organised "police force"."
  • "In its first detailed response to Tuesday's leak of documents purporting to show a well-organised campaign to cast doubt on climate change, the institute warned in a statement posted on its website: "Some of these documents were stolen from Heartland, at least one is a fake, and some may have been altered.""
  • "In what appeared to be a well-organised plan, young protesters armed with petrol bombs and wearing masks, set buildings ablaze as police fired stun guns and rounds of teargas in retaliation."
  • "In one section, headed "Mistakes", the presidential office is advised:It is hugely important and worth mentioning that "mistakes" have been done in the beginning of the crises because we did not have a well-organised "police force"."
  • "Then you have got this Islamist movement, in the Muslim Brotherhood, which is very well-organised, and where frankly, it is not clear that they want the same things as us and it is not clear that the type of democracy they would create would be a genuine democracy."