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untogether

[ uhn-too-geth-er ]
/ ˌʌn tʊˈgɛð ər /
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adjective Slang.
disorganized; confused; chaotic: Right after the divorce was a very untogether time for me.
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Origin of untogether

First recorded in 1965–70; un-1 + together
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British Dictionary definitions for untogether

untogether
/ (ˌʌntəˈɡɛðə) /

adjective
slang incompetent or badly organized; mentally or emotionally unstable
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