Lacking physical or mental coordination.(adjective)
Lacking planning, method, or organization.(adjective)
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Use "uncoordinated" in a sentence
"Now if you called her uncoordinated, then there’d be a problem."
"No one wants his child described as uncoordinated."
"Here's what I've noticed from reading some really good reports on fields / industries / sectors / ecosystems as diverse as women's studies, microfinance, impact investing, conflict resolution, digital media and learning, philanthropy, and social entreprenuership - the recommendations for building the field, or taking it from a phase of entreprenuerial fragmentation - what Katherine Fulton aptly calls uncoordinated innovation"