muddle, scramble, confusedness, alienation, turnover, mix-up, monomania, unbalance, jumble, disorderedness, topsy-turviness, overthrow, brainsickness, snafu, imbalance, muss, mental unsoundness, order, disturbance, psychopathy, mental illness, tumble, sane, upset, overturn, instability, swage, insaneness
disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, chaos, discomposure, disorder, disconnectedness, obscurity, mess, anarchy, tumult, muddlement, dishevel, turmoil, perturbation, laxity, frenzy, clutter, indistinctness, shapelessness, unevenness, amorphousness, confusion, fuzziness, disorderliness, lawlessness, inexactness, disorganization, formlessness, commotion, incoherence, disarrangement, deformity, inchoateness, messiness, looseness, indefiniteness, anarchism, entropy, insanity, disarray
unconformity (part of speech: noun)
curiosity, impropriety, idiosyncrasy, incongruity, freakishness, quirkiness, eccentricity, inconsistency, incompatibility, oddity, strangeness, divergence, unfamiliarity, peculiarity, aberrance, nonconformity, deviation, uniqueness, outlandishness, difference, anomaly, aberration, singularity, uncommonness, irregularity, unconventionality, exception, abnormality, funniness
insanity (part of speech: noun)
- Probably some stomach derangement, more likely some of that pollen which is floating around now. - "The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land", Ralph Connor.
- The old man had read this alliance in the stars, and any pernicious derangement of the constellation would only entail destruction upon the family he had founded. - "Weird Tales. Vol. I", E. T. A. Hoffmann.
- Only prevent their derangement, and, all things being equal, the infant will be healthy and flourish, and need not the aid of physic or physicians. - "The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease.", Thomas Bull, M.D..