Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Lacking physical or mental coordination.
  • adjective Lacking planning, method, or organization.

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  • adjective of a project, etc. Not coordinated or properly planned
  • adjective of body movement Lacking coordination

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  • adjective lacking in cooperative planning and organization
  • adjective lacking the skillful and effective interaction of muscle movements

Etymologies

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un- +‎ coordinated

Examples

  • Now if you called her uncoordinated, then there’d be a problem.

    Serial Sabotage

  • No one wants his child described as uncoordinated.

    The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning

  • No one wants his child described as uncoordinated.

    The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning

  • Here's what I've noticed from reading some really good reports on fields / industries / sectors / ecosystems as diverse as women's studies, microfinance, impact investing, conflict resolution, digital media and learning, philanthropy, and social entreprenuership - the recommendations for building the field, or taking it from a phase of entreprenuerial fragmentation - what Katherine Fulton aptly calls uncoordinated innovation

    PHILANTHROPY 2173

  • Looks like those "uncoordinated" slimings financed by your party's fatcats won't have to go unanswered by the campaign for lack of funds.

    McCain Campaign: Obama's Opting Out Of Public Financing Shows He's "Typical Politician"

  • The problem with this, however, is the "uncoordinated" part.

    Stuart Whatley: It's Not About North Korea

  • In his inflated suit, although warm, he felt like some kind of uncoordinated space traveler trekking across a distant planet.

    Deception Point

  • This kind of uncoordinated growth means more than a long drive to work; it means a half hour to buy a loaf of bread; it means that working families have to spend thousands of dollars a year more on transportation costs when they might want the option of spending that money on a year of a good college for a son or daughter.

    Vp Remarks At The Brookings Institution

  • The "uncoordinated" Hammond - with slurred speech, bloodshot and "glassy" eyes -- failed his sobriety field tests and registered breath samples of 0.188 and 0.191, according to the report.

    SplicedFeed

  • This would give Motorola time to move its current business users on MURS to the new "uncoordinated" business channels.

    TWICE - Digital Imaging News

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