Dysfunctional [adjective]

Definition of Dysfunctional:

socially impaired

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Sentence/Example of Dysfunctional:

Sqirl’s dysfunctional kitchen culture and food safety practices were exposed, as was the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen’s exploitation of chefs of color.

The Texans have been dysfunctional since Watson arrived in 2017.

These extreme cases may involve an overactive or dysfunctional response from the body’s immune system.

There is no advanced industrial democracy in the world more politically divided, or politically dysfunctional, than the United States today.

Since the tough-talking Fertitta bought the Rockets in 2017, the organization has transformed from a steady winner under former owner Leslie Alexander into a dysfunctional mess.

An experienced administrator, she was recruited by the previous president to clean up a dysfunctional agency.

Right now, it’s so dysfunctional that they can barely play a role.

All the simmering signs of a dysfunctional economic system suddenly became fully evident, full-blown disasters.

Mouser told the detective about his own experiences growing up in an abusive and dysfunctional home.

Terrorist organizations thrive where the state is dysfunctional or struggling.