ill-sorted


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ill-sort·ed

(ĭl′sôr′tĭd)
adj.
Badly matched.

ill-sorted

adj
badly arranged or matched; ill-assorted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ill-sorted - not easy to combine harmoniouslyill-sorted - not easy to combine harmoniously  
mismatched - either not matched or unsuitably matched
References in classic literature ?
When they dunnot agree, for that their tempers is ill-sorted, they has rooms o' one kind an' another in their houses, above a bit, and they can live asunders.
Modeled on the 1940s Bing Crosby-Bob Hope bigscreen road comedies, the first incarnation, "Wise Guys," was given a 1999 developmental staging at New York Theater Workshop, directed by Sam Mendes, with Victor Garber and Nathan Lane as the ill-sorted siblings.
Certainly Bonney's opening sequence, a disparate collection drawn from the three Schubert song-cycles (at least two of which imply male protagonists), seemed ill-sorted, requiring marked gear-changes in timbre as she moved between registers - but always maintaining a wonderful complexity of tone, girlish warmth enshrined within clearly-projected delivery.