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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshambolicsham‧bol‧ic /ʃæmˈbɒlɪk $ -ˈbɑː-/ adjective British English  DISORGANIZEDvery disorganized the government’s shambolic efforts to deal with the crisis
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shambolicThe team were glamorous but chaotic and when things weren't going well they were shambolic.They were quite shambolic and too loud.Middlesbrough's shambolic defenders failed to come up with the answers to the riddles posed by Rosenthal's direct running.Exactly the same is true of the Government's shambolic efforts in regard to local government finance.And the paper was shambolic in the way it came together.Mr Waldegrave's shambolic performance in the press conference was a necessary evil.Their performances were shambolic with guitar strings snapping - as ever - and the timing fluctuating erratically.
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