from The Century Dictionary.
- Without regard to proper construction.
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He thanked members who heeded the party's call not to attend this weekend's Cape Town meeting which he described as unstructural and unconstitutional.
Tolstoy's novel is wasteful of its subject; that is the whole objection to its loose, unstructural form.
The absurdity, barbarism, and grotesque quaintness of this monument to vanity cannot be laid exclusively at Maximilian's door; for the architecture, particularly of the fountains, in Altdorfer's or Manuel's designs, and in those of many others, reveals a like wantonness in delighted elaboration of the impossible and unstructural.
The picturesque but wholly unstructural use of columns in the entrance porches, the upper parts of the façade, the wooden cupolas over the five domes, and the pointed arches in the narthex, are deviations from Byzantine traditions dating in part from the later Middle Ages
"unstructural and unconstitutional" meetings where they openly denounced the leadership.