Indiscipline vs Undisciplined - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between indiscipline and undisciplined
is that indiscipline
is undisciplined while undisciplined
is not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Lack of discipline.
* 1871 , , At Last , ch. 17:
* 2002 Feb. 7, , "
- [O]ur delay, and other things which happened, were proofs—and I was told not uncommon ones—of that carelessness, unreadiness, and general indiscipline of French arrangements, which has helped to bring about, since then, an utter ruin.
German Unemployment Is Growing Problem for Schröder," New York Times (retrieved 15 June 2013):
- Germany feared that the fiscal indiscipline of countries like Italy and Greece could make the new euro currency unstable.
not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected
lacking in self-control; ungovernable