insufficiency[ in-suh-fish-uh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF insufficiency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSUFFICIENCY
His want of success arose from the insufficiency, not the fallacy, of theory.
The insufficiency, the inadequacy of his staff and of chief-of-staff.
It is conscious of their ultimate identity and their present insufficiency.
And then the vanity of it, the cruelty and insufficiency of it!
The former says of himself that he was 'stopped of his degree for dulness and insufficiency.'
But here, too, an excess as well as an insufficiency must be guarded against.
But a serious drawback is the insufficiency and uncertainty of the rain supply.
Thine own insufficiency in every thing, met with an “all-sufficiency in all things!”
The only seasoning given our food was an insufficiency of salt.
It is perhaps an exaggeration of the condition to call it "insufficiency and decay."