- diffyg disgyblaeth
Noun(1) the trait of lacking discipline
(1) Symptomatic, some would say, of the nebulous world of the continent's football, where administrative chaos and indiscipline are rife.(2) Perhaps if more decisions were left to teachers they would tackle the curse of classroom indiscipline , which is the greatest barrier to learning.(3) We've seen serious increases in levels of indiscipline , from low-level disruption and verbal abuse to physical assaults on teachers.(4) Player indiscipline , boardroom squabbles and unrest in the stands all contributed to his eventual sacking last year.(5) Yes of course, in the name of discipline a lot of indiscipline is being created.(6) Now then, the million-dollar question is: What are the root causes of indiscipline in our schools and society?(7) I am disgusted and despairing, and I hate myself for my indiscipline , but I just can't make myself diet and exercise.(8) The film illustrates how incompetence and indolence among senior ranks can fuel indiscipline , larceny and even murder hardly a tonic for the troops.(9) Teachers are being taught new techniques to deal with classroom indiscipline , as school violence continues.(10) This was followed by a period of indiscipline by both sides with penalties being awarded and successfully kicked over for three points.(11) What is usually referred to as classic French indiscipline becomes something altogether more ugly and sinister when England are the opposition.(12) More than one-quarter of schools which responded to a question on indiscipline said it reached serious or very serious levels.(13) That sounds like condonation of sloth, indiscipline , unethical behaviour, and disregard of responsibility.(14) Owing to their record of indiscipline , 15 employees had to be suspended.(15) They betray constitutional indiscipline and lack real constitutional courage.(16) The failure to address indiscipline by proper punishment is a victory for the do-gooders and defeat for children's education.
(1) indiscipline :: diffyg disgyblaeth
1. irregularity ::
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3. indiscipline ::
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