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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncoordinatedun‧co‧or‧di‧nat‧ed /ˌʌnkəʊˈɔːdɪneɪtɪd◂ $ -koʊˈɔːr-/ adjective  1 CLUMSYsomeone who is uncoordinated is not good at physical activities because they cannot control their movements effectively2 ORGANIZEa plan or operation that is uncoordinated is not well organized, with the result that the different parts of it do not work together effectively
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uncoordinatedI can't play tennis very well -- I'm too uncoordinated.It suddenly moved, walking in an uncoordinated and jerking movement, straight towards her.Consultancies are often uncoordinated and repetitive.There are, of course, a few physically awkward, gawky, uncoordinated drivers.The body convulsed, flopping around the roof in a series of uncoordinated half-somersaults, leaving a trail of blood like footprints.Most are basically uncoordinated in that their planning probably represents the outcome of good fortune or minimal management.But such stresses are caused by uncoordinated movements which accelerate the process of ageing.Suppose you are the most uncoordinated person in California.I was always too uncoordinated to be good at tennis.There was Thomas, walking towards me in his strange uncoordinated way.
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