inefficient

[ in-i-fish-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inefficient

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEFFICIENT

As a result there was inefficient farming and a low standard of living.

The organization of the railway system was most inefficient.

His attack, if inefficient for want of numbers, was critical in point of time.

He did not know what to do; and being weak and inefficient, did nothing.

If a large organization does not hand over authority it is inefficient.

If it does not make experiments with men and methods it is inefficient.

In this statement Gibson again condemned Sweeney as inefficient.

Other means are inefficient, and seldom and, at most, accidentally successful.

They would be inefficient—too light, and destructive to the bores.

It was the fight of the spirit against that which is dead and inefficient.

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