disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, laxity, disorderliness, deformity, disorganization, messiness, indefiniteness, muddlement, turmoil, looseness, fuzziness, dishevel, irregularity, disarrangement, commotion, disarray, mess, inchoateness, inconsistency, indistinctness, insanity, shapelessness, clutter, formlessness, disorder, disconnectedness, lawlessness, anarchy, amorphousness, anarchism, frenzy, chaos, unevenness, perturbation, tumult, incoherence, discomposure, entropy, confusion, obscurity, derangement
imprecision (part of speech: noun)
- The concern of Practical Logic is chiefly with forms of proposition that favour inaccuracy or inexactness of thought. - "Logic, Inductive and Deductive", William Minto.
- On the other hand, Horace's inexactness elsewhere makes either supposition quite possible. - "The Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry", Horace a.k.a. Quintus Horatius Flaccus Translated by John Conington, M. A..