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desultory
used in And Then There Were None

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Definition
lacking plan or purpose; or half-hearted
  • They spoke instead in a desultory fashion of current events.
    p. 87.8
desultory = lacking plan or purpose; or half-hearted
  • General Macarthur and the judge had been pacing the terrace outside, exchanging desultory comments on the political situation.
    p. 85.8

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