The very religious, like Eagleton, may take offense at the brusque, selective, and unsystematic consideration of their creeds.
It will look a little weak and unsystematic, which concerns me and some bad things could muddle through.
This is indicated not only by the unsystematic results attained by experienced observers, but also by more systematic studies.
He was unsystematic in his habits, and incompetent in money matters.
The men of the former class are intuitive, passionate, impulsive; not steadily conscious of their powers; fitful, unsystematic.
These sketches are, I fear, very unscientific and unsystematic.
The use of the contraction marks is unsystematic and the readings are sometimes uncertain.
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.
Ann Veronica's ideas of marriage were limited and unsystematic.