imperfect[ im-pur-fikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF imperfect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPERFECT
Yet how imperfect a glimpse do we obtain of him, through the medium of this, or any of his letters!
The best of us are imperfect judges of the happiness of others.
Well, well, they shall be as imperfect as you like—any thing to please you.
In proportion as the union is incomplete, the derived life is imperfect.
The teaching may have been, as no doubt it was, of a very rude and imperfect sort; but it was done with a will.
If it is an imperfect word, no external circumstance can heighten its value as poetry.
Sometimes there is evidence of imperfect taste, or of bad taste.
But I imagine it to be an instance rather of the harm of imperfect science.
In this sketch of a tragedy, all is imperfect, and much obscure.
Nor need we wonder that his bed has but an imperfect relation to the truth.