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- Not in any particular order or sequence.
- 1721, Robert Wodrow, The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland,: From the Restauration to the Revolution::
- Had the council warrants been in order, no question but considerable discoveries might have been made of the iniquity of this time; but those being unsorted, and in no small confusion, I was obliged to keep myself by what the managers have thought fit to put into the registers; and it is surprising to find some things there, which we shall afterwards meet with.
- Mixed, jumbled, not separated by property into categories.
- (obsolete) Ill-chosen, inconvenient, unsuitable