Dis·or·gan·ize v. t. [imp. & p. p. Disorganized p. pr. & vb. n. Disorganizing ] To destroy the organic structure or regular system of (a government, a society, a party, etc.); to break up (what is organized); to throw into utter disorder; to disarrange.
Lyford . . . attempted to disorganize the church. --Eliot (1809).
adj : lacking order or methodical arrangement or function; "a
disorganized enterprise"; "a thousand pages of muddy
and disorganized prose"; "she was too disorganized to
be an agreeable roommate" [syn: disorganised] [ant: organized]