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noun as in incompetence

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Innovation happens rapidly, and inefficiencies tend to be competed away.

Daniel Gross on the economic mentality that makes us susceptible to natural disasters—and massive inefficiencies.

Pakistan is on the edge now with its civilian government having little support because of its inefficiencies and corruption.

None of this means business needs to love government, or overlook its idiocies and inefficiencies.

Nevertheless, through the ages, a rare individual emerges who is annoyed to no end by the inefficiencies inherent in language.

The court of Judge Ronald, like many other courts in the land, is admirably designed for the bungling inefficiencies of "justice."

They generally cited command and staff inefficiencies as the major cause of the division's discipline and morale problems.

It is time that we objected to the woman's effort to harness the man to the home, in all its cumbrous old-world inefficiencies.

But, strikingly, some of the inefficiencies are the direct outcomes of the activities of "non bona fide" market participants.

They feed off market failures, market imbalances, arbitrage opportunities, shortages and inefficiencies.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inefficiencies, such as: inability, carelessness, disorganization, wastefulness, and incapability.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.