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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAULTINESS

Disport yourself; but let your faultiness be concealed by a decent stealthiness.

I have seen many goals scored from faultiness in this respect.

I can match you in faultiness and in changefulness and in hope.

Broglio's friends say he himself knew the faultiness of this zigzag form, but had been overruled.

The hulks which might have served had also failed; the faultiness of their internal management had been fully proved.

Eve had written a certain number of short essays--painfully conscious all the while of their simplicity and faultiness.

No faultiness in you shall induce me to leave you without the means of decent subsistence; but I owe no benevolence to Colden.

She had divined and accepted his character, in all its average human selfishness and faultiness, long ago.

And so one must—it is the formidable claim, "immunity of faultiness from fault's punishment."

This cannot be said of his own attempts, in which their gross faultiness is as manifest as their general want of spirit.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from fault (n.) + -y (2). Related: Faultiness.

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