faulty

[ fawl-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF faulty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAULTY

Spare me not, therefore, my dear friend, whenever you think me in the least faulty.

My conduct must then have a faulty appearance at least, and I will endeavour to rectify it.

His technique was faulty, his colors daring, perhaps—but his triumph was for that the greater.

All his trouble, and mine too, is owing to his faulty character.

If not, woman must be content with faulty representations of her ideal.

Both must be faulty when separate, and each corrected by the presence of the other.

Faulty packing and insufficient attention to orders were the most frequent.

I know not how your tree should be faulty, if you reforme all your vices timely, and orderly.

"Your tea is in the garden," she said, as if she were correcting a faulty emendation.

May be both ways were faulty; but they were extravagantly, youthfully confident that they were not.

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