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synonyms for unperfected

  • austere
  • crude
  • cursory
  • formless
  • hard
  • imperfect
  • preliminary
  • raw
  • rough-and-ready
  • roughhewn
  • rudimentary
  • shapeless
  • sketchy
  • spartan
  • tentative
  • uncompleted
  • uncut
  • undressed
  • unfashioned
  • unfinished
  • unformed
  • unhewn
  • unpolished
  • unprocessed
  • unrefined
  • unwrought
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How to use unperfected in a sentence

It's an unperfected invention as yet; we might want to put some more stuff in there for our own private use.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
An experiment with an unperfected machine, in the presence of the writer, seemed to justify their hopes.
THE ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTUREGEORGE E. WARING
The wonderful is only the half-developed, unperfected miracle.
MODERN SKEPTICISMC. J. ELLICOTT
Mr. Macauley's literary attainments are very considerable, but as yet unperfected.
WRITINGS IN THE UNITED AMATEUR, 1915-1922HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT
In Australia is prevalent a horrible disease due to an "unperfected tapeworm."
FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
It contained liberal provisions relative to Spanish grants and unperfected titles.
THE PHILIPPINES PAST AND PRESENT (VOLUME 2 OF 2)DEAN CONANT WORCESTER
The perfect is the completed, the perfected; the imperfect, the uncompleted, the unperfected.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPINOZABARUCH DE SPINOZA
The Faery Queen is the work of an unformed literature, the product of an unperfected art.
SPENSERR. W. CHURCH
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.