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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISJOINTED

He was tired; his brain ached with thought, and his thought was disjointed.

In his disjointed speeches, I could see how exactly the same it all remained.

The skin is then taken off to the knees, when the legs are disjointed, and also off the head.

Cleveland exclaimed in disjointed sentences as he also stared into the plate.

The voice that uttered these disjointed sentences was only too well known to Theodore.

As she uttered these disjointed sentences, Mariana walked faster and faster.

Her statement is mixed and disjointed and there are repetitions.

On one side were some disjointed memoranda which she did not understand.

While she poured out the disjointed sentences, he had recovered his self-possession.

With these and other disjointed impressions in my mind, I returned to the divannaia.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, past participle adjective from disjoint (mid-15c.), from Old French desjoindre, from Latin disjungere, from dis- (see dis-) + jungere (see jugular).

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