Lacking order, unity, or a system; disorganized.(adjective)
Having no organic qualities; inorganic.(adjective)
Not represented by a labor union.(adjective)
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Use "unorganized" in a sentence
"In most cases it is characterized by an unorganized or fast heart rhythm, says co-author Teresa Tsang of the University of British Columbia Vancouver."
"At the moment, more than 95 percent of this huge market is in the hands of what is known as unorganized retail, the "kirana" or mom-and-pop stores that are the lifeblood of every Indian town and city."
"Folks born under this sign are sometimes described as unorganized or even sloppy, and more focused on the big picture than on little details."