- adj. Not centered.
- un- + centered (Wiktionary)
“For some pieces, I just find the uncentered decrease to detract from an intended linear element and will switch to a centered decrease regardless of what the design calls for.”
“Finally Ludlow and Parsons take up the issue with the way that quantitative ways of measuring time have made us temporally uncentered agents no longer living in the moment.”
“But EZ is emphatic about an uncentered decrease (slip 1, k2tog, psso), and can be very dictatorial for a woman so scornful of Blind Followers.”
“He is Utah Governor Jon Huntsman a moderate, proud Republican Mormon, whose dismissal of the party's evangelical Christian apparatchiks has once again left Romney looking stupid, weak and uncentered.”
“Blogger has oddly uncentered this as presented...but it's pretty damned oddly uncentered anyway...”
“Better than a hundred years lived without virtue, uncentered, is one day lived by a virtuous person absorbed in jhana.”
“But the field in which the lines live remains uncentered.”
“Before you know it, your family life is so cluttered it feels uncentered and out of control.”
“All seems right with the world when we are living our values—and things definitely seem “uncentered” when we are compromising our values in any way.”
“Without your stuff you might feel lost, uncentered, in unfamiliar territory with absolutely nothing familiar to hold on to.”
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