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untogether

[uhn-too-geth -er] /ˌʌn tʊˈgɛð ər/
adjective, Slang.
1.
disorganized; confused; chaotic:
Right after the divorce was a very untogether time for me.
Origin
1965-1970
1965-70; un-1 + together
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British Dictionary definitions for untogether

untogether

/ˌʌntəˈɡɛðə/
adjective
1.
(slang) incompetent or badly organized; mentally or emotionally unstable
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Slang definitions & phrases for untogether

untogether

adjective
  1. Ineffectual; confused; screwed up: leading us to think you are so untogether that you want other blacks to go through the same thing
  2. Not fashionable or stylish
  3. Not smooth and effective socially (1960s+ Black)

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