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Use "immethodical" in a sentence
"Hippocrates, and his disciple and commentator Galen, whom Scaliger calls Fimbriam Hippocratis; but as  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.’"