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broken, cut, detached, disconnected, disjoint, dismantled, dissected, dissociated, disunited, divided, divorced, fragmented, incised, parted, partitioned, rent, segregated, separated, severed, sliced, split, uncoupled, unfixed, unhinged, Bisected, Disassociated, Disengaged, Disintegrated, Excised, Halved, Sundered, cleaved, disassembled, unglued, fissured, scissored.
discontinuous, disjointed, dispersed, divergent, fuzzy, incoherent, inconsistent, lax, loose, nonadhesive, nonuniform, sporadic, unconsolidated, non-cohesive, noncontiguous, broken, detached, disconnected.
flaccid, limp, slack, unattached, unfastened, non-adherent, non-coherent, broken, detached, disconnected, discontinuous, disjointed, incoherent, inconsistent, lax, loose, nonadhesive, non-cohesive.
disarrange, dislocate, dismember, luxate.
break, disarticulate, disconnect, disengage, disjoint, disorder, disrupt, disturb, disunite, divide, jumble, misplace, move, remove, rummage, separate, shift, transfer, unhinge, upset, mix up, put out of joint.
Examples of usage:
  1. The bones entrapped in the homogeneous clay are relatively few, black, usually disarticulated, little worn and not unduly fragmented; consequently the discovery of undamaged limb bones, for example, from this kind of matrix is not unusual. – Two New Pelycosaurs from the Lower Permian of Oklahoma by Richard C. Fox
  2. The doctor's eye fell upon the medical works and the disarticulated skull, and his ill- humour departed. – The Firm of Girdlestone by Arthur Conan Doyle
  3. " These things are so infernally interesting," said Trafford, surveying the row of miscellaneous cans upon the stove he had packed with disarticulated goose. – Marriage by H. G. Wells