defective coordination between parts, as muscles or limbs, that normally act in unison.
the goddesses of the Aesir, led by Frigg.
consisting of morphemes that are combined differently from their mode of combination as separate words in a phrase, as bookstore, which is an asyntactic compound, while the same elements are combined syntactically in store for books.
asystematic asystematic a·sys·tem·at·ic (ā-sĭs’tə-māt’ĭk) or a·sys·tem·ic (ā’sĭ-stěm’ĭk) adj. Not specific to one system or set or organs; not systematic.
noun (pathol) the absence of heartbeat; cardiac arrest n. 1860, from Modern Latin, from Greek a-, privative prefix (see a- (3)), + systole “contraction” (see systole). asystole a·sys·to·le (ā-sĭs’tə-lē, ə-sĭs’-) n. The absence of contractions of the heart. a’sys·tol’ic (ā’sĭ-stŏl’ĭk) adj.