Definition of disorderliness:
jumble, rough water, sloppiness, roughness, order, fractiousness, obstinateness, indentation, pitting, recalcitrancy, peace, rowdiness, crudeness, intractability, intractableness, unruliness, choppiness, slovenliness, untidiness, snafu, disorderedness, scramble, upset, muddle, rowdyism, raggedness, indocility, obstreperousness, refractoriness, ungovernableness, control, wildness, tumble, unmanageability, uncontrollability, resist, harshness, obstinacy, uncontrollableness, recalcitrance, confusedness, muddiness, mix-up, topsy-turviness, mental confusion, untowardness, muss, disarray.
disorder (part of speech: noun)
- "Together", Robert Herrick (1868-1938).
If I were to stay in the store all the time, I would soon become blind to poor window displays, to disorderliness and neglect about the store- to those hundred and one defects which creep up in a store and which react unfavorably on customers.- "Dawson Black: Retail Merchant", Harold Whitehead.
Naturally, since the smallest amount of intemperance and injustice, together with the highest scrupulousness in the pursuit of excellence, is to be found in the ranks of the better class, while within the ranks of the People will be found the greatest amount of ignorance, disorderliness, rascality- poverty acting as a stronger incentive to base conduct, not to speak of lack of education and ignorance, traceable to the lack of means which afflicts the average of mankind.- "The Polity of the Athenians and the Lacedaemonians", Xenophon.