from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking coordination; uncoordinated.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not coordinate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not coördinate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not coördinate.
To me came appreciations of their harmonies, and mingled with those perceptions were others of humanity — disharmonious, incoordinate, ever struggling, ever striving to destroy itself —
With that accomplished, the question is how to spread that sense of worthiness to a greater audience-one that doesn't necessarily read novels, or at least novels that don't put quotations in quotation marks and that toss around words like gutta-percha, incoordinate, and hackamore.
Attempts to swallow in such a case are so incoordinate that they give rise frequently to violent fits of choking, which distress the child and produce resistance and struggling, while at the same time they alarm the mother or nurse so much that further attempts to encourage the taking of solid food are hastily and for a long time abandoned.
Mumbling movements of the lips, a slightly incoordinate swaying of the body, might speak for short periods of more than absent-mindedness.
It receives and registers impressions that are seemingly incoordinate; then of a sudden each cog slips into place and the perfection of a belief, of an opinion, of a desire, even of a most momentous discovery, is attained.
By the time Burns was attempting an incoordinate movement or two, the operation was over and the instruments put out of sight.
Turner picked up a bottle from the table, and made the same incoordinate pass with it at the captain as he had at me the morning before with his magazine.