chaotic (part of speech: adjective)
frenzied, disorderly, disarrayed, out of control, disintegrated, inconsistent, chaotic, incoherent, lawless, loose, irregular, rambunctious, fuzzy, unruly, inchoate, indefinite, blurry, anarchistic, embroiled, muddled, obscure, formless, lax, uneven, indistinct, wild, shapeless, tempestuous, tumultuous, disconnected, inexact, undisciplined, messy, insane, anarchical, deformed, frantic, amorphous
deranged (part of speech: verb)
displaced, whisked, confused, mussed, convulsed, ruffled, meddled, mislaid, scattered, misplaced, tumbled, deranged, rumpled, upset, whipped, disheveled, tousled, capsized, rummaged, botched, disturbed, fermented, troubled, tampered, roiled, jumbled, mixed up muddled, perturbed, rippled, confounded, agitated, swirled, discomposed, hashed, disarranged, blurred, roughened, dislocated, scrambled, tossed, disordered, messed, disorganized, churned
- Even Horatio and Grandma Ridge admitted it, as they sat down in the disorder of the cluttered dining- room with the drooping flowers to munch sandwiches and drink cold chocolate for supper. - "One Woman's Life", Robert Herrick.
- Slipping through the dense shadows in the weedy, cluttered- up back yard, a yard that had once been a trim garden with smooth paths and neat little hedges, as back yards were once in the olden days, they met under the iron fire- escape attached to the house next door. - "The Boy Scouts on a Submarine", Captain John Blaine.
- When morning came, he straightened his stiff legs and, picking his way through the wooden sandals that cluttered the aisle, went out to the small platform. - "The Honorable Percival", Alice Hegan Rice.