defective

[ dih-fek-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF defective

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFECTIVE

The defective points of Martha's character seem to have been two.

We have overlooked the defective training of the individual, provided he "made good."

Any of these elements lacking, and the life is wanting, defective, impure.

The corner of the 'W' instead of being clear and distinct, is blunt and defective.

Of what use is fortune or talent to a cold and defective nature?

Defective cutout, allowing battery to discharge into generator.

It may be necessary to put in new separators in place of the defective ones.

How is it that you let Tait's people put us off with a defective lock on the cabin door?

Is there any danger in defective sockets with switches that do not snap off completely?

We have to handle her the way we'd handle any other defective.

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