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- adv. Not systematically, in an unsystematic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unsystematic manner; irregularly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unsystematic manner
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The rate at which brands have unsystematically tried to catch up with emerging social technologies has left many of them with good results despite a lack of planning.
This is internationally prohibited as these land mines are distributed randomly and unsystematically, which makes them more difficult to find, he added.
In drawing me into the project they'd supplied me with a batch of research materials, which I'd browsed unsystematically, as well as a working version of their reconstruction of the film, in order for me to glean what the excitement was about.
In this composition and again in the Missa ‘Se mieulx ne vient’ Weerbeke used the technique of hybrid cantus firmus parody, in which not only the tenor but also parts of the other voices are taken quite unsystematically from a chanson.
The NYT has arrived, the table is still cluttered with piles of CDs I'm been unsystematically importing into my computer, and, on the other side, piles of exams I've been -- systematically!
The mysteries of the inner mystical life which the holy Fathers propounded unsystematically and without orderly sequence, she has presented with unparalleled clarity.
Preliminary and unsystematically chosen searches suggested by some of the usages LH lists yield these data:
As her focus became narrower, an observer would get the impression that the patient had entered a state of self-hypnosis, as she unsystematically explored the problem in her mind and sorted through repressed memories.
Despite calls from opposition benches, no country in the world had approached privatisation unsystematically.
• His previous filing system was to accumulate materials for small projects unsystematically in file folders; for big projects, in piles.