mazed, slapdash, disjointed, arbitrary, sporadic, desultory, haphazard, separate, garbled, strewn, abrupt, localized, strewed, patchy, strung out, sprinkled, broken, shaken out, baffled, catch-as-catch-can, bemused, rambling, bewildered, all over the place, mixed-up, lost, disoriented, isolated, unordered, at intervals, sown, incoherent, disunited, generalized, worldwide, in patches, aimless, fragmented, in places, locally, ubiquitous, at sea, staccato, illogical, hit-or-miss, widespread, nationwide, unconnected, spread abroad, sowed, helter-skelter, erratic, stray, unlogical, countrywide, befuddled, split, far-flung
deranged (part of speech: verb)
disorganized, whisked, confounded, mixed up muddled, confused, roughened, jumbled, messed, rumpled, mislaid, tumbled, convulsed, rummaged, upset, whipped, discomposed, tousled, capsized, ruffled, botched, displaced, disturbed, troubled, tampered, rippled, hashed, misplaced, mussed, perturbed, cluttered, agitated, swirled, disarranged, fermented, deranged, blurred, roiled, disheveled, scrambled, tossed, dislocated, meddled, disordered, churned
scattered (part of speech: verb)
detached, disintegrated, diverged, disjoint, disbursed, separated, evanesced, disorderly, diffuse, dissolved, refracted, divergent, diffracted, diffractive, evanescent, evaporated, doled, radiated, disconnected, diffused
dispersed (part of speech: verb)
- His great heart was breaking to bring them into the Kingdom of Heaven, and He knew that they would be scattered as sheep having no shepherd. - "Child's Story of the Bible", Mary A. Lathbury.
- Hal had been so frank that she was convinced he knew nothing about the letter, and she began to fear it must have been tossed into the fire, with the many waste papers that were scattered about. - "Patty's Social Season", Carolyn Wells.
- Arch picked himself up, and stood recovering his scattered senses, leaning against a lamp- post. - "The Fatal Glove", Clara Augusta Jones Trask.