disfunction

[dis-fuhngk-shuhn]
noun

Origin:
by confusion of dys- with dis-1

disfunctional, adjective
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disfunction
1927, variant of dysfunction (q.v.).
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disfunction dis·func·tion (dĭs-fŭngk'shən)
n.
Variant of dysfunction.

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Example sentences
But the people who caused the current disfunction happen to be numbered among them.
Simply because a deficit enhances our capability in another area, does not make it any less of a disfunction.
Emotions are extremely important to the function or disfunction of a department.
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