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maladjusted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Psychology, psychiatry
maladjustedmal‧ad‧just‧ed /ˌmæləˈdʒʌstɪd◂/ adjective  MPa maladjusted child behaves badly and is unable to form good relationships with people because he or she has emotional problems opp well-adjusted
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maladjustedA large proportion of the children who are television addicts are already maladjusted.He's in the right age bracket, forty-five, and from his responses today he would seem to be sexually maladjusted.Years ago, people might have called them selfish, lonely or maladjusted because they were only children.It offers special education facilities for children who are maladjusted, usually those referred by the child guidance clinics.
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