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The international response, says MSF, has been “slow” and “uncoordinated,” leaving many of the greatest needs unaddressed.

Until recently, Islamic militant action around Baghdad appeared sporadic, uncoordinated, and lacking a clear strategic purpose.

Uncoordinated releases of ineffective Taliban detainees in Pakistan, who have since disappeared.

A combination of uncoordinated good," says McChrystal, who now teaches at Yale, "does not result in a general good.

He fumbled with loose, uncoordinated fingers at his head and Bart grabbed at him before he poked a claw in his eye.

Current planning for the recovery period is incomplete, uncoordinated, and not functional.

The progress towards victory is the result of myriad efforts, uncoordinated, often conflicting.

Tom noticed with dismay that Bud was not responding very well, his feeble strokes were jerky and uncoordinated.

Its movement was uncoordinated by the time of the second bite, but it could have escaped had the frog not been confined.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uncoordinated, such as: heavy-handed, all thumbs, bumbling, bungling, butterfingered, and gawkish.

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