Definition of disjoint :
1. Difficult situation; dilemma; strait.
2. Disjointed; unconnected; - opposed to conjoint.
3. To break the natural order and relations of; to make incoherent; as, a disjointed speech.
4. To fall in pieces.
5. To separate at junctures or joints; to break where parts are united; to break in pieces; as, disjointed columns; to disjoint and edifice.
6. To separate the joints of; to separate, as parts united by joints; to put out of joint; to force out of its socket; to dislocate; as, to disjoint limbs; to disjoint bones; to disjoint a fowl in carving.
jumble, disarticulate, disconnect, mix, assemble, disarrange, set at odds, disorganize, part, ramify, divorce, mess, break up, dissociate, split up, disrupt, tumble, discompose, disarray, rumple, dislocate, unlink, derange, sunder, disassociate, shuffle, hash, disunite, dishevel, tousle, upset, muss, decouple, muddle, scramble, disjoin, dissever, sever, uncouple, part company, disturb, detach, divide, confuse, unyoke, resolve, break
extraneous (part of speech: adjective)
foreign, inappropriate, inadmissible, outer, extraterrestrial, eerie, nonessential, exotic, estranged, separated, foreign-born, extrinsic, disconnected, outlandish, strange, unaffiliated, immaterial, other, alien, impertinent, detached, parenthetical, outside, removed, segregated, inapplicable, separate, external, unessential, unallied, dissociated, extraneous, irrelevant, unrelated, disaffiliated
disjoint (part of speech: adjective)
disassociated, unhinged, bisected, cut, split, divorced, fragmented, dismantled, rent, disunited, scissored, disarticulated, excised, disengaged, broken, halved, fissured, parted, partitioned, sliced, incised, dissected, uncoupled, cleaved, divided, unfixed
scattered (part of speech: adjective)
separate (part of speech: adjective)
unrelated (part of speech: adjective)
- Macbeth says: " But let the frame of things disjoint, both the worlds suffer Ere we will eat our meal in fear, and sleep In the affliction of these terrible dreams That shake us nightly." - "The Man Shakespeare", Frank Harris.
- It is not in my power to disjoint my nature and reconstruct it with iron! - "Lily Pearl and The Mistress of Rosedale", Ida Glenwood.
- The Frenchmen hesitated; the talisman might affect them, they said; might jangle their own brains, so that on their return to Russia they would not have the sagacity to plan an escape to their own country; might disjoint their bodies, so that their feet and hands would be useless, and they would become as weak as children. - "Legends of Vancouver", E. Pauline Johnson.