immethodical

immethodical

(ˌɪmɪˈθɒdɪkəl)
adj
lacking in method or planning; disorganized
ˌimmeˈthodically adv
ˌimmeˈthodicalness n
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'But if I would, I could not inform you, for I am so immethodical, I never can tell to-day what I shall do to-morrow.'
But he was careless and immethodical, like other men, about those things; and when I came to examine his papers, I found it with others still more trivial, from different people scattered here and there, while many letters and memorandums of real importance had been destroyed.
With increasing immethodical extraction of water from plains and also the need for attaining sustainable water resources, supplying water from unconventional resources is the main priority of the Ministry of Energy to supply water to the coastal areas of the country.
Many of the essays begin with Elia's confident proclamation that he is unusual in some way: he doesn't have an ear for music ("A Chapter on Ears"), he isn't able to identify with all people ("Imperfect Sympathies"), his reading has always been "lamentably desultory and immethodical" ("The Old and the New Schoolmaster"), and so on.
In case of immethodical consumption of the river water and its pollution, considering the recent droughts, it is anticipated that the quality of the river water will drastically plunge in the forthcoming years.
The numbers of international wetlands of Iran are 20 with 1.3 million hectares areas.The most important factors that causes environmental crisis for wetlands in Iran are drainage, discharge wastewater, human encroachment, immethodical hunting, The results of these factors are decreasing of aquatics production, decreasing groundwater resources, decreasing quality of human environment and death of wetland.
Women have been allowed to possess, by a kind of prescription, the knack of epistolary writing; the talent of chatting on paper in that easy immethodical manner, which renders letters dear to friends, and amusing to strangers.
(2: 92) Johnson, however, makes a distinction between the (imaginative) long poems of Thomson, Mallet, and Savage and Pope's "arbitrary and immethodical" technique of the didactic Essay on Criticism.
I should probably announce an (admittedly immethodical) itinerary of my own in these matters.