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ill-disciplined

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Definition of ill-disciplined in English:

adjective

Behaving badly and with a lack of control: firm steps will be taken to deal with ill-disciplined children a reckless and ill-disciplined player
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  • In both cases, superior arms and training quickly over-awed ill-disciplined opponents.
  • However, 5-1 was hard on Magdalen, who were certainly lively in the first half, if ill-disciplined at the close.
  • But as we know, many companies are ill-disciplined in applying security patches as they come out.

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