undisciplined

Undisciplined vs Selfdiciplined - What's the difference?

undisciplined | selfdiciplined |

Undisciplined vs Dionysian - What's the difference?

undisciplined | dionysian |


As adjectives the difference between undisciplined and dionysian

is that undisciplined is not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected while dionysian is wild, irrational, and undisciplined.

Ungovernable vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

ungovernable | undisciplined |


As adjectives the difference between ungovernable and undisciplined

is that ungovernable is not governable while undisciplined is not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Lacking vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

lacking | undisciplined |


As a verb lacking

is .

As a noun lacking

is the absence of something; a lack.

As a adjective undisciplined is

not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Uncorrected vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

uncorrected | undisciplined |


As adjectives the difference between uncorrected and undisciplined

is that uncorrected is not corrected while undisciplined is not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Correction vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

correction | undisciplined |


As a noun correction

is the act of correcting.

As a adjective undisciplined is

not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Discipline vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

discipline | undisciplined |


As a noun discipline

is a controlled behaviour; self-control.

As a verb discipline

is to train someone by instruction and practice.

As a adjective undisciplined is

not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Control vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

control | undisciplined |


As a verb control

is to exercise influence over; to suggest or dictate the behavior of.

As a noun control

is (countable|uncountable) influence or authority over.

As a adjective undisciplined is

not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Subjected vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?

subjected | undisciplined |


As a verb subjected

is (subject).

As a adjective undisciplined is

not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.

Undisciplined vs Wanton - What's the difference?

undisciplined | wanton | Synonyms |

Undisciplined is a synonym of wanton.


As adjectives the difference between undisciplined and wanton

is that undisciplined is not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected while wanton is (obsolete) undisciplined, unruly; not able to be controlled.

As a noun wanton is

a pampered or coddled person.

As a verb wanton is

to rove and ramble without restraint, rule, or limit; to revel; to play loosely; to frolic.

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