inadequate[ in-ad-i-kwit ]SEE DEFINITION OF inadequate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INADEQUATE
They are really channels for the transmission, adequate or inadequate, of sense impressions.
The light was daylight, but it was inadequate, as though charged with mist.
My attempt at reproducing their spirit is pale and inadequate.
Beast is too inadequate a term to describe it, but I know no words to tell its form.
A man can only speak so long as he does not feel his speech to be partial and inadequate.
Then, too, he was sincerely regretting his inadequate hospitality.
Every thought in his inadequate brain was centered round his wife.
The teaching is inadequate, if the appeal is only to the memory.
Their signalling devices were inadequate even to reach Earth.
Brief and inadequate newspaper accounts are all that remain.