disjointedness disjointedness


  • (n) lacking order or coherence


  1. Jean-Paul Belmondo plays a burglar in turn-of-the-century France, manages only to steal the picture, which, because of its disjointedness, just misses being worth the effort.
  2. But the book also shares the early work's redundancy and disjointedness.
  3. I mean, disjointedness is built into the premise -- time-traveling little people plus boy jump through history committing crimes -- but now it just feels random.


  • Hawks vs. Pacers: Game 7 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 NBA Playoffs

    It's never easy with the Indiana Pacers. The process is always teetering on the brink of implosion, each disappearance of a star or sign of fundamental disjointedness on the offensive end feeding into the reputation that this roster just isn't ready to compete for a championship. That may be the case. But when their backs are against the wall and everybody is waiting for the foundation to ...
    on May 4, 2014     Source: Bleacher Report

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