I adjective aberrant, aggressive, agitated, anarchic, anarchical, anarchistic, barbaric, barbarous, bellicose, blustering, blustery, boisterous, brutal, careless, churlish, confused, contumacious, defiant, deranged, destructive, disagreeable, disarranged, discomposed, discontinuous, discourteous, disgraceful, disheveled, disjointed, disobedient, disorganized, dissolute, disturbed, explosive, fitful, fluctuating, froward, heinous, ill-mannered, immethodical, immoderate, impolite, improper, incendiary, incorrigible, indecorous, inflammatory, insolent, insurrectionary, intemperate, irregular, lawbreaking, lawless, licentious, loud, mannerless, misbehaved, misbehaving, mutinous, nihilistic, nonobservant, obstreperous, orderless, out of order, outrageous, quarrelsome, rackety, raging, rampant, random, rebellious, recalcitrant, refractory, resisting, restive, revolutionary, riotous, rough, rowdy, rude, ruffianly, savage, scampish, scandalous, slovenly, stormy, strong, tangled, tempestuous, tumultuary, tumultuous, turbulent, unauthorized, unbridled, uncivil, uncivilized, uncommendable, uncontrolled, uncourtly, uncurbed, undisciplined, uneven, ungenteel, ungentle, ungentlemanlike, ungentlemanly, ungoverned, unladylike, unmanageable, unmannered, unmannerly, unmethodical, unmitigated, unquelled, unregulated, unrepressed, unruly, unseemly, unsettled, unsteady, unsubmissive, unsystematic, untidy, untrained, uprisen, uproarious, violent, warlike, wayward, wild associated concepts: breach of the peace, disorderly conduct, disorderly houses, disorderly persons, disturbance of the public peace II index culpable, disjointed, disobedient, haphazard, lawless, licentious, perverse, slipshod, uncontrollable, unruly

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

Contrary to standards of law-abiding, peaceful behavior.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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