disordered

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/dɪsˈɔːrrd/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(dis ôrdərd)

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disorder

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [an eating, a mental, a learning, a hormone, a genetic] disorder
  2. suffers from [an eating] disorder
  3. diagnosed with a [stomach, kidney, mental] disorder
  4. [treat, analyze, overcome] mental disorders
  5. treat disorders in [adults, children]
  6. the disorder is common in [teenagers, children]
  7. has suffered disorders since [childhood, birth]
  8. the disorder is [caused, characterized, defined] by
  9. the [room, house, garage, yard] is in complete disorder
  10. sent the [crowd, fans] into disorder
  11. the [meeting, demonstration, markets] fell into total disorder
  12. the police tried to [quell, control, stop] the disorder
  13. the disorder [rocked, alarmed, shattered] the town
  14. disorder caused by [rioters, protesters, burglars]
  15. there was a disorder in [legal proceedings, the court]
  16. a [life, case, game] full of disorder
  17. [considerable, mighty, huge] disorder among [students, participants, players]
v
  1. disordered the [room, office, house]
  2. disordered by [thieves, burglars]
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