unjointed


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un·joint

 (ŭn-joint′)
tr.v. un·joint·ed, un·joint·ing, un·joints
To dislocate a joint of; disjoint.
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Adj.1.unjointed - without joints or jointed segments
zoological science, zoology - the branch of biology that studies animals
unarticulated - not consisting of segments that are held together by joints
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