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Definition of "immethodical" [im•me•thod•ic•al]

  • Having no systematic method (adjective)

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Use "immethodical" in a sentence
  • "Hippocrates, and his disciple and commentator Galen, whom Scaliger calls Fimbriam Hippocratis; but as [4088] Cardan censures them, both immethodical and obscure, as all those old ones are, their precepts confused, their medicines obsolete, and now most part rejected."
  • "Though like Goldsmith an immethodical student, he had imbibed deeper draughts of knowledge, and made himself a riper scholar."
  • "‘But if I would, I could not inform you, for I am so immethodical, I never can tell to – day what I shall do to – morrow.’"