unmethodical


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unmethodical

(ˌʌnmɪˈθɒdɪkəl)
adj
characterized by lack of method or disorderliness
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Adj.1.unmethodical - not efficient or methodicalunmethodical - not efficient or methodical; "the project failed through unmethodical planning"
disorganised, disorganized - lacking order or methodical arrangement or function; "a disorganized enterprise"; "a thousand pages of muddy and disorganized prose"; "she was too disorganized to be an agreeable roommate"
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unmethodical

[ˈʌnmɪˈθɒdɪkəl] ADJpoco metódico, desordenado
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unmethodical

adjunmethodisch
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References in classic literature ?
Next, on the Continent, he studied drawing, and though his unmethodical and somewhat idle habits prevented him from ever really mastering the technique of the art, his real knack for it enabled him later on to illustrate his own books in a semi-grotesque but effective fashion.
In reality, they are as unmethodical as possible; they possess none of the special features by which we distinguish the introspections of experimental psychology from the casual introspections of everyday life."* Titchener, of course, dissents from this opinion, but I cannot see that his reasons for dissent are adequate.
Though his youngest daughter might resemble him in nothing else, it was easy to see where Magdalen's unmethodical habits came from.
Collections, unlike unstructured or unmethodical groups of objects,
Although we deeply understand reasons behind this, car owners want to get rid of their broken or junk cars, they even try the unmethodical method of disposing.
SMEs are often targets because, just like consumers, they are more vulnerable to the random, crude and unmethodical attacks that cybercriminals disperse.
Tolkien's dilatory and unmethodical approach to The Silmarillion troubled Kilby.
If research topics are developed and prioritized based on general policies across organizational, regional, or national levels, and if resource allocation is made in line with such policies, not only unmethodical and repetitious research works will be avoided, but the results can be used to resolve issues and prevent potential crises.
Kelly means it well, as most reformers do, but he is simplistic, sloppy and unmethodical when addressing the intellectual underpinnings of Catholic rationality.