Meaning of untogether in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌntəˈɡɛðə/


  • (of a person) not well organized or sensible.

    • ‘No matter how untogether you are feeling, there'll be plenty of folk whose private lives are even more chaotic than yours.’
    • ‘They're similarly untogether as a bunch of people.’
    • ‘Now I'm at home feeling very untogether.’
    • ‘Other people are too untogether or too immoral or too passive, so there's no point in me trying to mobilize them.’
    • ‘Thinking back to the very untogether Al I met at that Sea Of Love interview, I comment that he appears cool, calm and collected today.’
    disturbed, unstable, ill-adjusted, neurotic, alienated, muddled, confused, unbalanced