unorganized

[uhn-awr-guh-nahyzd]
adjective
1.
not organized; without organic structure.
2.
not formed into an organized or systematized whole: an unorganized essay.
3.
without definite boundaries: unorganized territory.
4.
not thinking or acting methodically.
5.
not belonging to or represented by a labor union: unorganized workers.

Origin:
1680–90; un-1 + organized

disorganized, unorganized.


2. casual, unsystematic, random, haphazard.
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unorganized or unorganised (ʌnˈɔːɡəˌnaɪzd)
 
adj
1.  not arranged into an organized system, structure, or unity
2.  (of workers) not unionized
3.  nonliving; inorganic
 
unorganised or unorganised
 
adj

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Example sentences
Clearly blue-collar and unorganized sector workers in those countries don't
  matter in these discussions.
They are unorganized and are going about this all wrong.
And pickup games would be too dangerous and unorganized with football.
They were good when the countries were unorganized and in disarray.
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