adequacy[ ad-i-kwuh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF adequacy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADEQUACY
Reardon made the only answer possible, and felt the thrill of his own adequacy.
Has anything arisen to disprove the adequacy of correspondence?
Perhaps but for the three days' rain he might have got away without a doubt as to his adequacy.
He felt the adequacy of this life as a determiner of the eternal destiny of all men.
Ultimately there is no adequacy, we are all weighed in the balance and found wanting.
Our concept of Reality must be symmetrical, or fail of adequacy.
Adequacy and destructiveness of armament are strictly relative terms.
The conception of adequacy revealed in the replies must have been equally various.
She looked about her, indeed, with a certain appreciation of its coziness and adequacy.
But the reason of this adequacy in story contains in itself her greatest triumph.