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disorderly in Crime topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisorderlydis‧or‧der‧ly /dɪsˈɔːdəli $ -ˈɔːrdər-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 1 UNTIDYuntidy or without any order opp orderly 🔊 clothes left in a disorderly heap2 SCCDRUNKbehaving in a noisy violent way and causing trouble in a public placedisorderly conduct/behaviour 🔊 He was arrested for disorderly conduct. 🔊 Bell denied being drunk and disorderly.
Examples from the Corpus
disorderlyReportedly, two Houston police officers arrested a black woman for being drunk and disorderly.You have to understand the disorderly conduct statute...By 10 a. m., there were 84 arrests, 44 for drunk and disorderly conduct.In the first few hours after the verdict, 60 people were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.We formed a sort of disorderly semicircle with our chairs.During the past two decades there have also been a number of disorderly sequels to championship victories.A disorderly, uncontrolled and egotistic lifestyle is a very bad sign indeed.drunk and disorderlyOnce, in about 1985 I think, for being drunk and disorderly.Reportedly, two Houston police officers arrested a black woman for being drunk and disorderly.Miller was fined $700 for being drunk and disorderly aboard a plane in October.Mr. Bell denied being drunk and disorderly and denied being in breach of the bail condition.If they were drunk and disorderly and so on, they only had themselves to blame.No plea was taken from Mr. Bell in respect of the alleged offence of drunk and disorderly behaviour.A drunk and disorderly can clattered on a grating.By 10 a. m., there were 84 arrests, 44 for drunk and disorderly conduct.The next time he was found drunk and disorderly he'd have had it.