disjointedly


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dis·joint·ed

 (dĭs-join′tĭd)
adj.
1. Separated at the joints.
2. Out of joint; dislocated.
3. Lacking order or coherence: disjointed sentences.

dis·joint′ed·ly adv.
dis·joint′ed·ness n.
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Adv.1.disjointedly - in a disjointed manner; "`We're not married, not really married,' she said, and slowly, reluctantly, disjointedly it came out"
Translations

disjointedly

[dɪsˈdʒɔɪntɪdlɪ] ADVde forma incoherente, de forma inconexa

disjointedly

disjointedly

[dɪsˈdʒɔɪntɪdlɪ] advin modo sconnesso, in modo slegato
References in classic literature ?
On the thirteenth day I drank some more water, and dozed and thought disjointedly of eating and of vague im- possible plans of escape.
good many iron in him hide, too, Captain, cried Queequeg disjointedly, all twiske-tee betwisk, like him--him-- faltering hard for a word, and screwing his hand round and round as though uncorking a bottle -- like him--him-- Corkscrew
We tried to map out excursions for the morrow; we puzzled over French "guides to Paris"; we talked disjointedly in a vain endeavor to make head or tail of the wild chaos of the day's sights and experiences; we subsided to indolent smoking; we gaped and yawned and stretched--then feebly wondered if we were really and truly in renowned Paris, and drifted drowsily away into that vast mysterious void which men call sleep.
He spoke in a far-away manner of his illness, and we talked disjointedly about the church, the alterations in the organ, and about petty charities; and he saw me depart with such evident relief that I should have laughed had not my heart been so full of tears.
Leopards struggled, playing disjointedly with many misplaced passes unlike their opponents who looked composed, dictating the terms in the midfield and cutting off any supply to Leopards attack.
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Most students narrated the process disjointedly in terms of its social and economic reality or with respect to today's territories.
Public health matters were addressed disjointedly by a director of hygiene and insular and municipal boards of health, in a structure that changed repeatedly until 1912 (29).
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Just days after being bombed out of the Champions League for a second time after an abject display against Maribor, they stuttered disjointedly to a 1-1 draw against Paul Hartley's men.
The story of 20-something year old Dorte is told, rather disjointedly, as a stream of consciousness and flashbacks.