unsystematic

[ sis-tuh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsystematic
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Later I began a vast but unsystematic exploration of the streets.

He was unsystematic in his habits, and incompetent in money matters.

These sketches are, I fear, very unscientific and unsystematic.

The result is patchy, and the removal of evils partial and unsystematic.

Later, I began a vast but unsystematic exploration of the streets.

The reader also knows how strange, how unsystematic, was the system employed in it.

They are not honest; they are only ineffectual and unsystematic in their iniquity.

Ann Veronica's ideas of marriage were limited and unsystematic.

In our little sketches we shall be discursive, erratic, and unsystematic, just as the fancy takes us.

For the most part, the commendatory section of the poem is an unsystematic tracing of Johnson's moral and literary merits.

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