(1) From there I became a clumsy little child, then blossoming forth into a uncoordinated teen devoid of all sporting ability whatsoever.(2) This is a clear example of failure of a fragmented and uncoordinated health system.(3) Besides, I had felt awkward and uncoordinated in those other classes, and I hope this workshop will enlighten both my mind and body.(4) He felt like a newborn baby, everything felt uncoordinated , and awkward.(5) I'm not going to the gym, which I just joined, because I'm too ashamed to have everyone see how uncoordinated and fat I am.(6) I do not think we're seeing low-level criminal activity anymore; I also don't think we're seeing uncoordinated attacks.(7) When you are literally frozen in fear, your whole body is tensed and tight, and any movement feels scary and uncoordinated .(8) Effectively protected from public scrutiny, the barbed-wire medical system is uncoordinated , underfunded and has almost zero accountability.(9) His own steps felt heavy and uncoordinated as he walked up the stairs to the master bedroom.(10) He felt that the city administration's decision not to cancel the plan showed how uncoordinated the planning of projects in the administration was.(11) But the uncoordinated attacks from those who did choose to fight seems to indicate a lack of leadership, or at least effective leadership, on the part of the military command.(12) I'm too uncoordinated for that, so as a child, I used to do the next best thing: body surfing.(13) At this stage, my dancing is still awkward, rigid, uncoordinated , an embarrassment, to be frank.(14) Even if at the expense of an ill-estimated and obviously uncoordinated move, he has pledged his intention to regain the initiative within the party.(15) Low-intensity warfare continues and soldiers continue to suffer casualties from uncoordinated attacks in the country.(16) He was an uncoordinated boy, extremely tall and gangly with small eyes and an unusually large nose, and what he lacked in talent, he made up for in enthusiasm.