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I think he told the truth, he said disjointedly, after a moment.

"She would have come to care for me," Horace's thoughts ran on, disjointedly.

"Tell Rudolph you're here," he said disjointedly; and, miserable, left the room.

Then she had unfolded her plan of escape, disjointedly, guiltily, hopelessly.

The door opened and Doc Candle slithered in disjointedly, a rolled-up stretcher over his shoulder.

In time of great trouble the mind wanders backwards and forwards, and though one talks still, it is disjointedly.

She made a great effort to listen, but the sentences only came to her disjointedly and as if from a great distance.

Sometimes they disjointedly expressed bolder and more self-reliant thoughts.

He drew himself up out of the long chair in which he was disjointedly lounging, and looked down at her with a smile.

All these cogitations passed through his mind, disjointedly, as the dinner progressed toward its end.

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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