incoordination

noun
in·​co·​or·​di·​na·​tion | \ ˌin-(ˌ)kō-ˌȯr-də-ˈnā-shən How to pronounce incoordination (audio) \

Definition of incoordination

: lack of coordination especially : ataxia

Examples of incoordination in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web This type of incoordination is typically genetic (i.e. other people in your family would likely have similar coordination struggles), and may progress as time goes on. Jenny Mccoy, SELF, "Why Am I So Uncoordinated?," 29 June 2019

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First Known Use of incoordination

1876, in the meaning defined above

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“Incoordination.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/incoordination. Accessed 4 Jun. 2020.

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incoordination

noun
in·​co·​or·​di·​na·​tion | \ -ˌȯrd-ᵊn-ˈā-shən How to pronounce incoordination (audio) \

Medical Definition of incoordination

: lack of coordination especially of muscular movements resulting from loss of voluntary control

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