Definition of disjointedly in English:

disjointedly

adverb

See disjointed

  • ‘Observers are not particularly worried by their recent quite dramatic falls, pointing out that Wall Street often reacts disjointedly from what economic data is signalling.’
  • ‘Revealed disjointedly as befits the mood of the story, Alice's fate is sketched with a remorselessly acute eye.’
  • ‘A campaign which started with calamity in Moscow, ended disjointedly in Basle last night.’
  • ‘I remember thinking disjointedly that I'd need it in the future.’
  • ‘These three techniques can be used disjointedly, but are best used in concert.’

Pronunciation

disjointedly

/dɪsˈdʒɔɪntɪdli/