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Use "indiscipline" in a sentence
"And the important thing to note is, we been hearing for days reports that there is increasing tension here, tension that has been expressed in very mild ways, from what they call indiscipline to follow orders, that kind of thing."
"The realpolitik executive will be seen as a uniter, will perhaps awe Lieberman into line with the Democrats, and won't provoke much blowback from the Democrats because the target of Lieberman's indiscipline is calling for reconciliation."
"A statement from the army and defense spokesman on Wednesday says three generals and one colonel have been suspended for what the government termed "indiscipline.""