View definitions for incomplete
adjective as in unfinished, wanting
Adding to the complexity is a dense, incomplete web of regulations around which kinds of products can be sold and promoted.
Ikhrata said the audit contains “flawed conclusions,” “incomplete information” and a biased “accusational tone.”
As reopened businesses require some parents to return to work, they’re left to make decisions based on competing priorities and incomplete information.
Another third of applications submitted to MTS were deemed incomplete.
These tools are siloed and provide an incomplete view of the consumer journey and behavior.
In the meantime, most of the detailed studies are incomplete in one way or another.
I speak here to warn people that the facts presented in the opera are incomplete and distorted.
Was what happened to the Central Park Five completely wrong, or simply incomplete?
As a portrait of childhood in America, it is incomplete enough to be irresponsible.
They gave her the forms instead, which she carries with her incomplete.
An octave coupler without such extension is incomplete and is no more honest than a stop which only goes down to Tenor C.
He said it because his sentence sounded otherwise suspiciously incomplete.
Here ends Chaucer's portion of the translation, in the middle of an incomplete sentence, without any verb.
This sentence is incomplete; the translator has missed the line—'Et qu'ele a sa vie perdue.'
Every contract on a negotiable note is incomplete and revocable until its delivery.
On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to incomplete, such as: deficient, fragmentary, inadequate, insufficient, lacking, and partial.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.