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adjective as in unorganized

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Patient data might not be accessible, or too extensive and unstructured.

For instance, they urge organizations to use structured rather than unstructured interviews to select employees.

Massive amounts of structured and unstructured data find its way online every day, and most of it is unstructured insight shared by consumers.

Expert opinions, research precursors, engineering solutions, and a dozen more categories of important information are sitting in files searchable perhaps by basic word matching but otherwise unstructured.

The principles were the outcome of three days of open, unstructured talks between nearly 100 feminists in 2014, plus additional workshops with activists, digital rights specialists, and feminist academics.

Netanyahu is probably comfortable with any relatively unstructured negotiations, so long as they are all process and no substance.

Largely unstructured, these were open invitations to speak out.

Theory in this sense permits attendance or focus by giving form to otherwise unstructured content.

I ended up in the USA, a land of unstructured and flawed literacy, but also one of amazing dynamics.

This does not mean, however, that our sessions are totally "unstructured."

Should it become an Internet address for unlimited and unstructured browsing?


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unstructured, such as: disorganized, unregulated, and disorderly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.