disorder
I (abnormal condition) noun affliction, ailment, complaint, condition, disability, disease, distemper, handicap, illness, indisposition, infirmity, malady, malfunction, sickness II (lack of order) noun anarchism, anarchy, breach of peace, chaos, commotion, confusion, derangement, disarrangement, disarray, discomposure, disharmony, dishevelment, disorderly conduct, disorganization, disturbance, fracas, irregularity, lack of regular order, lawlessness, muddle, pandemonium, racket, riot, slipshodness, tumult, tumultuousness, turbulence, turmoil, unrest, uproar associated concepts: breach of the peace, disorderly conduct III index agitate (shake up), anarchy, commotion, complex (entanglement), confuse (create disorder), confusion (turmoil), degenerate, detriment, disability (physical inability), discompose, disease, dislocate, disorganize, disorient, disrupt, disturb, disturbance, embroilment, entanglement (confusion), havoc, imbroglio, incoherence, insurrection, irregularity, misrule, muddle, pandemonium, panic, perturb, riot, shambles, snarl, turmoil, violence

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disorder
n.
Confusion, a lack of order; unlawful and riotous behavior.

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