disjointed

Part of speech: noun

DISJOINTEDNESS.

Part of speech: adjective

Dislocated; disconnected; incoherent.

Part of speech: adverb

Disjointedly.

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Usage examples "disjointed":

  1. When the men landed they were met by a very white- faced little girl who gasped out a rather disjointed story of a light that hadn't been lighted and an uncle with a broken leg and a sister tied in her chair, and would they please see to Uncle George at once, for she must go straight over to the other Dipper? - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906", Lucy Maud Montgomery.
  2. The book has been written in rare moments of leisure snatched from a variety of arduous war- time occupations; and it reveals only too plainly the traces of this disjointed process of composition. - "The Evolution of the Dragon", G. Elliot Smith.
  3. It were vain to attempt to give the broken and disjointed converse that here took place between the two friends. - "The Lifeboat", R.M. Ballantyne.