inefficiency

[ in-i-fish-uh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF inefficiency

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEFFICIENCY

The thorn of Anna's inefficiency had always rankled in her flesh.

To-day, however, no such charge of inefficiency can be made.

On the other hand, they may be the result of cowardice or inefficiency.

The inefficiency of Congress and its want of moral influence were self-confessed.

I changed my views on the inefficiency of our Home Defenders.

He felt the inefficiency of the sentence that he was about to pronounce, but he had no alternative.

Time and time again Susan replaced a man who had been discharged for inefficiency.

There are many degrees of efficiency and, it must be acknowledged, of inefficiency.

Hamilton writhed internally at the thought of Francis Augustus and his inefficiency.

Inefficiency and degradation were the marks of the non-slaveholding whites.

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