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disjointed

dis jaw in tid

  • v  part; cease or break association with
  • v  separate at the joints
  • v  make disjoint, separated, or disconnected; undo the joining of
  • v  become separated, disconnected or disjoint
  • s  lacking orderly continuity
  • s  taken apart at the joints
    a disjointed fowl
  • s  separated at the joint

  • But all in all it was an odd, disjointed speech from a man with perhaps too many parties to make a coherent argument.
  • Joe Lieberman: C ( It was an odd, disjointed speech from a man with perhaps too many parties to make a coherent argument.
  • The late Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto At times choppy, disjointed and repetitive, Reconciliation reads more like a manuscript than a finished piece, testament perhaps .
News & Articles

  • Students blast Dickinson ISD after storm ruins graduation
    DICKINSON — Upset parents and students are one thing, but now the Dickinson High School’s 2013 valedictorian and salutatorian have chastised the school district’s handling of Thursday’s thunderstorm-delayed and disjointed commencement ceremonies. The school district’s superintendent said those still upset should blame her because she made the “lose-lose” decision to hold the ceremonies Thursday ...
    June 12, 2013 - KHOU 11 Houston
  • Our View: Children are hurt by political posturing
    If legislators wonder why constituents, at times, view the legislative process as disjointed, misdirected and wasteful, they only need to look at how they handle — or should we say mishandle — legislation supposedly intended to help improve situations, such as education for example.
    June 11, 2013 - The Norwich Bulletin
  • Brazil Scrap Their Way to 3-0 Win Over France
    Brazil scrapped their way to a flattering 3-0 friendly win over France on Sunday in an ugly, disjointed match against opponents who are even worse off than themselves.
    June 9, 2013 - New York Times
Quotes

  • Robert Byrd in New York Times
    It is infuriating to watch MSHA, even after the tragedy at Sago, continue a tepid, disjointed and minimizing approach to mine safety,said Senator Robert C. Byrd, Democrat of West Virginia.
  • Katey Sagal in GoErie.com
    It's like a disjointed radio show,said Sagal, "except with big breaks, because these guys, as you can tell, are very funny. So sometimes it takes us a while to actually get to the work -- but we get there."
  • Alberto Iglesias in International Herald Tribune
    Spanish culture is very associated with music and after a kind of disjointed period is now living a special moment,said Iglesias, speaking on TV news channel CNN+.

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