having the joints or connections separated: a disjointed fowl.
disconnected; incoherent: a disjointed discourse.
Entomology. disjunct(def 3).
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mix-up, foul-up, division, severance, disunion, divorce, disconnection, detachment, split, disjuncture, parting, disjunction, incoherence, confusion, dissolution, disarray, chaos, disruption, derangement, disorder
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Emerson quotes many of his sayings, not one of them worth preserving, all marked by a kind of violence and disjointedness.The Last Harvest
having no coherence; disconnected
separated at the joint
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