inadequacy[ in-ad-i-kwuh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF inadequacy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INADEQUACY
He then proceeded to show the inadequacy of the figures presented by Mr. O'Connell.
The inadequacy, the feebleness of the whole thing is astounding.
Alderling repeated in a tone of amaze at the inadequacy of my epithet.
The insufficiency, the inadequacy of his staff and of chief-of-staff.
Again in 1913 he dwelt upon the inadequacy of our aerial defences.
She paused a moment, as if entirely conscious of the inadequacy of the explanation.
Yet many admirers have been left with a sense of inadequacy.
A little reflection will show the inadequacy of such a concept.
The 'felicific calculus' is enough to show the inadequacy of his method.
Nowhere is the inadequacy of this method so obvious as in theories of life.