adjective un·to·geth·er \ˌən-tə-ˈge-thər\

Definition of untogether

  1. :  not together; especially, informal :  not composed in mind or manner <One of them, from Dan to Cindy, left a phone number and an apologetic yet hopeful note explaining that, “I'm sorry I was too untogether to remember to ask for your address.” — Corey Kilgannon>


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