inadequacy|inadequacies in English
[in·ad·e·qua·cy || ɪn'ædɪkwəsɪ]
insufficiency; incompetency, ineptness; inability to perform as required; defect
Use "inadequacy|inadequacies" in a sentence
1. However, one study points to inadequacies in older test designs.
2. He projected significant feelings of inadequacy.
3. What symptom can Morpheus inadequacy cause?
4. An inadequacy often calls forth compensating forces.
5. 15 Feelings of inadequacy, of course, are normal.
6. Morpheus inadequacy is answered cause endocrinopathy mind depressed!
7. Inadequacy of budget management and accountancy practices
8. Seeing Dan revived all my old feelings of inadequacy.
9. The failure is due to the inadequacy of preparations.
10. Clear legislative reform is needed to overcome the inadequacies of the current situation.
11. At home, I'd relive each encounter, writhing at the thought of my inadequacies.
12. Can Morpheus inadequacy appear what kind of symptom?
13. He had to face up to his own inadequacies as a father.
14. Both types of criterion inadequacies result in reduced validity of the measure.
15. I now see the inadequacy of the explanation.
16. Does cerebrum have method cure for hematic inadequacy?
17. The magazine is devoted to anato-mizing the inadequacies of liberalism.
18. What can we do to overcome feelings of inadequacy?
19. An overwhelming feeling of inadequacy flushed through me again.
20. 5 She rightly points to the inadequacy of the argument.
21. 2 She rightly points to the inadequacy of the argument.
22. 21 Economic growth is hindered by the inadequacies of the public transport system.
23. 3 Does cerebrum have method cure for hematic inadequacy?
24. Its inadequacy is manifested in at least two ways.
25. She rightly points to the inadequacy of the argument.