The Obama administration is finally looking to fix its disjointed efforts to handle U.S. hostages.
The possibilities are endless, and weirdly reassuring in these disjointed and murky times.
It affects about 10 percent of patients, though the writing is often disjointed and difficult to read.
He wondered, in a hot, disjointed way, if there was no possibility of a rescue.
He was tired; his brain ached with thought, and his thought was disjointed.
The movement from triplet to triplet gave a disjointed effect such as arises in ordinary projection when the speed is too slow.
In his disjointed speeches, I could see how exactly the same it all remained.
His head rolled about as if it would be disjointed, then he fell heavily backward.
The voice that uttered these disjointed sentences was only too well known to Theodore.
In the corner where he knelt unnoticed Robert was muttering confused, disjointed prayers to Heaven.
disjoint dis·joint (dĭs-joint')
v. dis·joint·ed, dis·joint·ing, dis·joints
To put out of joint; dislocate.