a cross between a disaster & a catastrophe. The ultimate wreck!
Don't come in! My place is a total disastrophe! Or that drunk chick is a mess! She's a disastrophe waiting to happen!
от chocolate chick76 30 октомври 2009
diz-a-stro-fee noun - an experience, person, thing or event that is worse than a disaster and a catastrophe combined.

Origin: from the root words 'disaster' and 'catastrophe'; first used on February 9th 2010 by a four-year old girl to describe her father's nose: "Daddy's nose is turning all red, it is a disastrophe!"

Often misspelled as and confused with "disastrophy" which refers to a trophy wife who has had too much plastic surgery.
1. a mind-boggling mess or tragedy on an epic scale: What is happening in Haiti is a disastrophe.

2. any misfortune, mishap, or failure; fiasco: My blind date was a disastrophe, he spent the whole night hitting on the waitress.

3. a potent mix of tragedy and stupidity; a clusterf@ck, particularly one containing an element of the absurd: The government's handling of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina was a total disastrophe.

4. a particularly egregious fashion error; a "hot mess": That dress is a complete disastrophe, what were you thinking?!

related words:

disastropic(al) - adjective
disastrophically - adverb

synonyms: misfortune, calamity, tragedy, hot mess.
anonyms: triumph, victory, success.
от domesticgoddess 09 февруари 2010
A misused or misplaced apostrophe
"Many people misuse their aposrtophe's when pluralising words"
от CryptoHobes 05 декември 2003
When something's so bad that you can't decide between using disaster or catastrophe
Man, Bieber was such a disastrophe!
от crazyastrogirl 28 ноември 2015

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