extravagance, licentiousness, gambol, period of play, drama, diarrhea, maneuver, dissipation, diarrhoea, swordplay, frolic, dramatic play, caper, playing period, turn, wantonness, fun, manoeuvre, adjournment, gambling, bid, profligacy, prodigality, romp, shimmer, gaming, sport, dissolution, wastefulness, waste, child's play, dissolving, looseness of the bowels, play, breakup
disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, lawlessness, disorderliness, deformity, disorganization, messiness, indefiniteness, muddlement, turmoil, laxity, fuzziness, dishevel, insanity, disarrangement, commotion, disarray, mess, inchoateness, inconsistency, indistinctness, inexactness, shapelessness, clutter, formlessness, disorder, disconnectedness, irregularity, anarchy, amorphousness, anarchism, frenzy, chaos, unevenness, perturbation, tumult, incoherence, discomposure, entropy, confusion, obscurity, derangement
obscurity (part of speech: noun)
slackness (part of speech: noun)
looseness (part of speech: noun)
- It seems to be difficult for some of us to distinguish between looseness of views, and charitable judgments. - "An Ambitious Man", Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
- Hence, you see the immense good a slight " looseness of the bowels" may cause. - "Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children", Pye Henry Chavasse.
- In the spelling of names and other words of Oriental languages the Editor has 'endeavoured to strike a mean between popular usage and academic precision, preferring to incur the charge of looseness to that of pedantry'. - "Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official", William Sleeman.