Definition of "disorderliness" [dis•or•der•li•ness]
The state or quality of being disorderly.(noun)
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Use "disorderliness" in a sentence
"My natural disorderliness has over the years been increased by the habit of blogging."
"As Larsen-Freeman and Cameron comment, “In order to address their goal, many lingustis have sought to represent the language system in idealized elegance, often stripped of the disorderliness of what had been called the noisy ‘remainder’ … To do so, they have had to make certain concessions that do not cohere well with the demands of applied linguistics”."
"But the difference between print's disorderliness and the Internet's, according to our interlocutors, has to do with the way it all gets filtered."