insufficiently

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"A friend of ours did think that it is insufficiently reinsured," said Margaret.

Another returned it insufficiently stamped, and there was fourpence to pay.

She had been insufficiently clad in winter, too heavily clad in summer.

Indeed the whole character of Jane is insufficiently presented.

Of the 'Apollo' it is argued that it is insufficiently modelled.

When she looked, she could see how lean he was, how insufficiently nourished.

He thought that the Delaware River was insufficiently protected.

They were, for the most part, poorly built and insufficiently equipped.

Chaucer's obligations to this author have been insufficiently explored.

And such drains and sewers as there were, were insufficiently flushed.

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