adjective as in not well; flimsy
Zimmerman, the county assessor, recently described it as being in unsound condition, meaning it’s “practically unfit for use,” according to the assessor’s handbook.
The logic here was a little unsound—if I remember the S.S. Titanic story, “Iceberg” would have been the right name.
Ms Zhang said the church had been illegally built and was structurally unsound.
He looked at me narrowly, much as Doctor Archer used to, and I knew he thought I was mentally unsound.
That could easily prove an unsound assumption, but bear with me.
Would they set a precedent and redefine the law because they viewed it as legally unsound?
Your religion does not make it—its ethics are too weak, its theories too unsound, its transcendentalism is too thin.
But it was in the course of this period 1834-47 that persons of unsound mind became recognised as a distinct class.
Coronado, on his part, hooted in his soul at Mrs. Stanley's whimsies, and half supposed her to be of unsound mind.
Bois l'Hery's horses were unsound, Schwalbach's gallery was a swindle, Moessard's articles a recognised blackmail.
His letters and speeches also show that he was not conversant with political economy, and that his social views were unsound.
On this page you'll find 153 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unsound, such as: defective, erroneous, false, faulty, flawed, and fragile.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.