Definition of unmethodical in English:

unmethodical

adjective

  • Not orderly and systematic.

    ‘his inability to locate the source of the trouble resulted in unmethodical chaos’
    • ‘Unknown Dorset. Being a series of unmethodical Explorations of the County .....’
    • ‘His clocks were besides ill-regulated, and his system of registration unmethodical.’
    • ‘Unwilling, unprepared and unmethodical, they're watching the planet go down as if they're watching some dull, futuristic movie.’
    • ‘Until recently, reading instruction for deaf children in our country took place in a rather unmethodical way with little emphasis on word recognition.’
    • ‘Very many stupidities also result from this; for the most urgent discoverers have unmethodical minds.’
    • ‘Tucker's writings are diffuse and unmethodical, but marked by humour and quaint illustration and comment.’
    • ‘A formal inquiry chaired by Jean Ritchie QC also found that there was "something slapdash and unmethodical in his character - an element of seeing what he could get away with".’
    • ‘According to Dr Gerard McMahon, lecturer in HR management at the Dublin Institute of Technology, the use of unmethodical, biased and inefficient recruitment practices in Ireland are costing employers dearly.’
    careless, slapdash, slipshod, lackadaisical, disorganized, haphazard, unmethodical, unsystematic, hit-or-miss, untidy, messy, thoughtless, inattentive, heedless, hasty, hurried
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Pronunciation:

unmethodical

/ʌnmɪˈθɒdɪk(ə)l/