unconnected

adjective
un·​con·​nect·​ed | \ ˌən-kə-ˈnek-təd How to pronounce unconnected (audio) \

Definition of unconnected

: not joined, linked together, or related : not connected two unconnected plots of land unconnected events

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Synonyms & Antonyms for unconnected

Synonyms

choppy, disconnected, disjointed, incoherent

Antonyms

coherent, connected

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But the question is whether enough of the world’s unconnected people want all this internet, from all of these companies, and whether these companies are fully considering the financial and social constraints of the developing world. Sarah Scoles, WIRED, "Maybe Nobody Wants Your Space Internet," 15 Mar. 2018 The emails arrived from several unconnected sources: a colleague, a neighbor, a couple of readers. Sam Walker, WSJ, "Now on Broadway: SpongeBob ChauvinistPants," 11 July 2018 Though the Israeli company’s pitches were narrower than Moscow’s interference campaign and appear unconnected, the documents show that a senior Trump aide saw the promise of a disruption effort to swing voters in Trump’s favor. Ronen Bergman, The Seattle Times, "Trump campaign aide requested online manipulation plans from Israeli intelligence firm," 8 Oct. 2018 Another idea: sell something valuable that is unconnected to what Deutsche wants to be. Paul J. Davies, WSJ, "How Deutsche Bank Can Halt Its Downward Slide," 24 May 2018 Asked about those contracts, a McKinsey spokesman said the company’s work focused primarily on administration and organization and was unconnected to immigration policy, including the separation of children and parents at the border. New York Times, "How McKinsey Lost Its Way in South Africa," 26 June 2018 Since at least 2004, there have never been three women killed in the city in unconnected murders over such a short span. Nicholas Bogel-burroughs, baltimoresun.com, "In 13 hours, 3 women are found killed in Baltimore," 15 June 2018 And hedge funds that wager on things like bonds, currencies and the likelihood of corporate mergers boast that their performances are unconnected to the stock markets and can rise in bull and bear markets alike. James B. Stewart, New York Times, "Hedge Funds Should Be Thriving Right Now. They Aren’t.," 12 July 2018 Too many nonlinear, unconnected events. Kind of like a butterfly flapping its wings in Asia spawning a F5 tornado in the Oklahoma Panhandle. Chad Pergram, Fox News, "Ousted Rep. Joe Crowley the latest lawmaker 'supposed to be' House Speaker," 1 July 2018

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First Known Use of unconnected

1736, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unconnected was in 1736

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unconnected

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unconnected

: not related or connected

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