incohesive


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incohesive

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

incohesive

[ˌɪnkəʊˈhiːsɪv] ADJsin cohesión
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Only, he piles the jingbang as an incohesive whole.
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.
Then it's a case of 'what the hell', with director Frank Coraci (The Wedding Singer / Waterboys) prepared to throw anything out of the window as long as he can artificially manipulate an already incohesive script.
The obscure political structure in Libya does not allow for a clear outcome of the conflict, which in turn explains western and regional reluctance and the incohesive intervention there.
Its dozen members are often incohesive in their actions, sometimes pursuing contradicting political agendas.
As it is, they delivered the kind of scrappy, incohesive performance which is the norm in mid-July.
They are incohesive, lack motivation, fight and have no idea how to pass the ball and keep possession while no one knows how to defend.
The Cyclopeia demonstrates that they are indeed socially incohesive, but their very attempt at assembly suggests that they may not be all that contemptuous of one another or lacking in neighborly compassion.
The incohesive quality of the novel is a deliberate aesthetic response to a situation which seemed impervious to closure.
My Jerusalem Syndrome" began to separate into details: dates, names, streets, something very crumbled and incohesive.