interrupted

[in-tuh-ruhp-tid]
adjective Botany.
having an irregular or discontinuous arrangement, as of leaflets along a stem.

Origin:
interrupt + -ed2

noninterrupted, adjective
noninterruptedly, adverb
noninterruptedness, noun
uninterrupted, adjective
uninterruptedly, adverb
uninterruptedness, noun
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interrupted (ˌɪntəˈrʌptɪd)
 
adj
1.  broken, discontinued, or hindered
2.  (of plant organs, esp leaves) not evenly spaced along an axis
3.  music Also: deceptive (of a cadence) progressing from the dominant chord to any other, such as the subdominant or submediant
 
interruptedly
 
adv

uninterrupted (ˌʌnɪntəˈrʌptɪd)
 
adj
not broken, discontinued, or hindered: an uninterrupted view

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uninterrupted
c.1600, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of interrupt.
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Example sentences
The original, uninterrupted broadcast is available in its entirety online.
As a result, the business experienced an almost uninterrupted growth spurt.
And because crown molding is installed above doorframes, it is easy to get
  uninterrupted coverage of an entire floor.
Philosophers have often pointed out that uninterrupted contentment would
  speedily land us in unconsciousness.
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