incohesive

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incohesive

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

[ˌɪnkəʊˈhiːsɪv] ADJsin cohesión
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Unlike United's under-18s, Brighton arrived at Leigh Sports Village having begun the season dreadfully but they outfought an incohesive Reds on the way to a 3-1 win.
As for the case, I discovered the broken, incohesive chain of events long ago.
What came out was a rambling, incohesive string of mumbles.
"This leaves organisations with clusters of information that are too complex and incohesive."
When the sentences with the highest ranked are combined without considering the original positions, the generated summary would be incohesive and difficult to understand.
Although useful, these renderings felt incomplete and incohesive. We needed a comprehensive, structured set of outcomes to frame the teacher learning that would align with these documents and was reflective of current research in our field.
Traditional academic eclecticism was 'pluralistic' and 'incohesive', whereas their challengers' closely comparable attempts to expand the disciplinary horizons qualified, to use their own formulations, as 'interdisciplinary cooperation' and 'cumulative knowledge'.
(2) Apart from the internal crystallization of gypsum, the degradation of the damaged part is caused by the formation of expansive gypsum and incohesive M-S-H.
The tumor was predominantly composed of pleomorphic, multinucleated round tumor cells with an incohesive nature and partly contained a hemangiopericytoma- or an angiosarcoma-like appearance, consisting of a pleomorphic sarcoma (Figure 3(d)).
Based on results from outcrop and core observations, fault zones well develop in the Wakkanai Formation, which comprise fault core(s) of incohesive fault rock (gouge/breccia) with a thickness of decimeters or less, together with surrounding damage zones meters or less in width where fractures are densely developed but fracture mineralization is limited [29].
"He was writing letters home and some of them were a bit incohesive.
He was writing letters home and some of them were a bit incohesive. It was suspected he may have been shell-shocked and may have had post-traumatic stress disorder."