from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking physical or mental coordination.
- adj. Lacking planning, method, or organization.
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- adj. Not coordinated or properly planned
- adj. Lacking coordination
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking in cooperative planning and organization
- adj. lacking the skillful and effective interaction of muscle movements
Now if you called her uncoordinated, then there’d be a problem.
No one wants his child described as uncoordinated.
Here's what I've noticed from reading some really good reports on fields / industries / sectors / ecosystems as diverse as women's studies, microfinance, impact investing, conflict resolution, digital media and learning, philanthropy, and social entreprenuership - the recommendations for building the field, or taking it from a phase of entreprenuerial fragmentation - what Katherine Fulton aptly calls uncoordinated innovation
Looks like those "uncoordinated" slimings financed by your party's fatcats won't have to go unanswered by the campaign for lack of funds.
The problem with this, however, is the "uncoordinated" part.
In his inflated suit, although warm, he felt like some kind of uncoordinated space traveler trekking across a distant planet.
This kind of uncoordinated growth means more than a long drive to work; it means a half hour to buy a loaf of bread; it means that working families have to spend thousands of dollars a year more on transportation costs when they might want the option of spending that money on a year of a good college for a son or daughter.
The "uncoordinated" Hammond - with slurred speech, bloodshot and "glassy" eyes -- failed his sobriety field tests and registered breath samples of 0.188 and 0.191, according to the report.
This would give Motorola time to move its current business users on MURS to the new "uncoordinated" business channels.
He said: "This means we will hit 2 degrees [as a global mean temperature rise]." polar bears already have a problem. ... and the Bush Administration would prefer that federal employees not talk about it in an "uncoordinated" fashion