Disjointed [adjective]

Definition of Disjointed:

loose, disconnected

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Sentence/Example of Disjointed:

With such disjointed efforts, it’s no surprise that no consensus has surfaced.

The current ideas suggest the first system will miss, and the midweek threat looks disjointed for much in the way of snow.

Though I felt invested by the sheer strangeness of the story at first, it later becomes disjointed and lacks direction, much like the gameplay itself.

That some jurisdictions aren’t ordering all available vaccine while others beg for more goes to the heart of the disjointed immunization effort underway in the United States.

That is one of the goals that we have because they’re all over the place, they’re disjointed and that prevents us from moving forward.

Almost everything about this college football season seemed disjointed and uneven, so much so that there was a temptation to declare participants in the College Football Playoff illegitimate.

Coronado spurred his horse down the rough, disjointed, slippery declivity, and the others followed.

As it was, the three were lolling in lazy attitudes, smoking their long-stemmed pipes and talking in a disjointed fashion.

For ofttimes he does sink into a deep reverie; and disjointed words break from him, which tell me whither his thoughts have flown.

Every few feet he stopped to shout disjointed explanations or profanity into Pelham's ear.