shambolic

[sham-bol-ik]
adjective Chiefly British Informal.
very disorganized; messy or confused: I’ve had a shambolic year, the worst ever.

Origin:
alteration of shamble1 (def 1) (shambles, ‘a disordered place’)

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shambolic (ʃæmˈbɒlɪk)
 
adj
informal completely disorganized; chaotic
 
[C20: irregularly formed from shambles]

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His premiership of the united kingdom was shambolic, and lasted barely a year.
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