incohesive

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incohesive

(ˌɪnkəʊˈhiːsɪv)
adj
lacking in unity; not fitting together smoothly
Translations

incohesive

[ˌɪnkəʊˈhiːsɪv] ADJsin cohesión
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He was writing letters home and some of them were a bit incohesive.
Poetry as an affective structure and as an attempt at world-making increasingly struggles to hold its own against a poetry of foregrounded, incohesive signs.
It often succumbs to predictable contrivances, incohesive exposition and scattershot storytelling style, but it has its entertaining and insightful moments.
Histologically, the tumour consisted of diffuse sheets, alveolar aggregates, and cords of incohesive round monotonous cells.
32) Prior to the Equality Act 2010, limited coverage existed for partners under various incohesive regimes.
Presenting their results, the researchers conclude that media messages in news programmes are often factually imperfect, unclear and incohesive (the scholars conducted the analysis of media messages connected to H1M1 virus pandemic in the region of Alberta, Canada; n=47).
That is, among women with a less secure attachment style, those who perceived their relationship as more cohesive were more satisfied than were women who perceived their relationship as incohesive.
Only, he piles the jingbang as an incohesive whole.
An EP which was not efficient would end up being discredited; an EP which was carried out unfairly would only serve a society doomed to be unequal and incohesive.
The sellers, a small and incohesive group of investors, struggled to perform customary transactional tasks, including determining a single point of contact for negotiating the terms of the purchase contract, gathering and providing basic due diligence materials and calculating fundamental closing prorations.