One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘Dorothy looked tired and her grey hair was disordered’
untidy, unkempt, messy, in a mess, disarranged, uncombed, unbrushed, ungroomed, tousled, tangled, tangly, knotted, knotty, matted, shaggy, straggly, windswept, windblown, wild
disorganized, chaotic, confused, jumbled, muddled, unsystematic, out of order, out of place
North American informal mussed, mussed up, all over the place
British informal shambolic
2‘a disordered digestive system’
dysfunctional, disturbed, unsettled, unbalanced, unstable, unsound, upset, poorly, sick, diseased
informal screwed up
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