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Adjective: out of order
  1. Not arranged in order
    - disordered, unordered
  2. Not in working order; not functioning
    - broken, busted, bust [Brit, informal], up the spout [informal], knackered [Brit, informal], on the blink [informal], on the fritz [N. Amer, informal], kaput [informal], rooted [Austral, NZ, informal]
  3. [Brit] Behaving inappropriately or offensively
    - out of line

See also: damaged, inappropriate, incompatible, out of keeping, unfitting