Law Disturbing the public peace or decorum.(adjective)
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Use "disorderly" in a sentence
"Japanese authorities have said its previous episodes of intervention in the foreign-exchange markets were efforts to smooth out what they call disorderly market adjustments."
"Separately, IntercontinentalExchange Inc. said Friday that it fined Goldman Sachs Group Inc. £25,000 $40,500 for what it described as disorderly trading on the price difference between Nymex and Brent futures."
"“It is alleged that Mr. Lovell engaged in disorderly conduct and disrupted parking services when he sent an e-mail to them that was threatening.”"