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1. disorder

noun. ['dɪˈsɔrdɝ'] a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning.

Synonyms

  • speech disorder
  • haematocolpometra
  • cardiovascular disease
  • olfactory impairment
  • eating disorder
  • mental disorder
  • hyperactivity
  • learning disorder
  • achylia
  • tropical sprue
  • idiopathic disorder
  • physiological condition
  • adenosis
  • impaction
  • strangulation
  • dysphagia
  • abocclusion
  • acute organic brain syndrome
  • sleep disorder
  • physical condition
  • cholestasis
  • colpoxerosis
  • neurological disease
  • immunological disorder
  • idiopathy
  • achlorhydria
  • parosamia
  • dysuria
  • malocclusion
  • choking
  • degenerative disorder
  • hematocolpometra
  • psychological disorder
  • functional disorder
  • gland disease
  • hematocolpos
  • cheilosis
  • organic disorder
  • defect of speech
  • folie
  • glandular disease
  • idiopathic disease
  • haematocolpos
  • impacted tooth
  • hydrocele
  • sprue
  • nervous disorder
  • psilosis
  • dysaphia
  • physiological state
  • dysosmia
  • fantods
  • glandular disorder
  • ailment
  • failure
  • mental disturbance
  • ill
  • disturbance
  • speech defect
  • achylia gastrica
  • complaint
  • neurological disorder
  • perleche
  • learning disability
  • acute brain disorder
  • upset
  • acholia
  • abruptio placentae
  • metabolic disorder
  • bladder disorder

Antonyms

  • organic disorder
  • hypopigmentation
  • hypocapnia
  • hypothermia

Etymology

  • dis- (English)
  • order (English)
  • ordre (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Autoimmune Disorder

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  • norder
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  • corder
  • border
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Example sentences of the word autoimmune-disorder


1. Noun Phrase
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that makes you sick whenever you eat gluten 1.

2. Noun Phrase
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder in which the body's immune system attacks hair follicles 1.

3.
Noun Phrase
Psoriasis is an
autoimmune disorder that results in thickened patches of extremely dry skin with a buildup of plaque.

4.
Noun Phrase
A less common type of gastritis takes the form of an
autoimmune disorder**.

2. disorder

noun. ['dɪˈsɔrdɝ'] a disturbance of the peace or of public order.

Synonyms

  • rowdyism
  • hurly burly
  • to-do
  • rowdiness
  • rioting
  • upheaval
  • disruption
  • turbulence
  • discord
  • commotion
  • Sturm und Drang
  • confusion
  • disorderliness
  • hoo-ha
  • hoo-hah
  • flutter
  • anarchy
  • disturbance
  • state
  • kerfuffle
  • strife
  • lawlessness
  • roughness
  • riot

Antonyms

  • order
  • hypotension
  • hypertension
  • hyperthermia

Etymology

  • dis- (English)
  • order (English)
  • ordre (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. disorder

noun. ['dɪˈsɔrdɝ'] a condition in which things are not in their expected places.

Synonyms

  • disarrangement
  • condition
  • welter
  • mess
  • mussiness
  • jumble
  • clutter
  • smother
  • status
  • fuddle
  • disorderliness
  • messiness
  • untidiness
  • disorganisation
  • muss
  • disorganization
  • shambles
  • mare's nest

Antonyms

  • orderliness
  • order
  • anestrus
  • hyperpigmentation

Etymology

  • dis- (English)
  • order (English)
  • ordre (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. disorder

verb. ['dɪˈsɔrdɝ'] bring disorder to.

Synonyms

  • derange
  • jumble
  • throw together
  • disarray
  • alter
  • mess up
  • scramble
  • modify
  • mess
  • change
  • throw out of kilter
  • disarrange

Antonyms

  • impotency
  • estrus
  • infertility
  • fertility

Etymology

  • dis- (English)
  • order (English)
  • ordre (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. disorder

verb. ['dɪˈsɔrdɝ'] disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed.

Synonyms

  • distract
  • cark
  • unhinge
  • vex
  • disquiet
  • trouble
  • disturb
  • upset
  • worry

Antonyms

  • hypercapnia
  • impotence
  • ill health
  • normality

Etymology

  • dis- (English)
  • order (English)
  • ordre (Middle English (1100-1500))
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