disjointedness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  lacking order or coherence

  • 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.
  • But the book also shares the early work's redundancy and disjointedness.
  • 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.
News & Articles

  • 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 ...
    May 4, 2014 - Bleacher Report

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