inadequateness


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inadequateness

(ɪnˈædɪkwɪtnəs)
n
the state of being inadequate or unsatisfactory
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Noun1.inadequateness - unsatisfactoriness by virtue of being inadequate
unsatisfactoriness - the quality of being inadequate or unsuitable
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Here, then, are three sources of vague and incorrect definitions: indistinctness of the object, imperfection of the organ of conception, inadequateness of the vehicle of ideas.
While a comprehensive treatment is beyond the scope of this essay, the inadequateness of the existing frameworks suggest that an alternative way to examine ISIS may involve treating the organization not as a static "thing," but as a "process" best defined as the "interrelation between structures and actors that changes the characteristics of both of them in time.
The main reason given for justifying the inadequateness of the new model, given by 45 of the 71 managers who considered the model to be inadequate, or 63.
The "natural head start" of Afrikan children, is too often thwarted, stagnated, negated, or reversed by inappropriateness or inadequateness of these seminal factors.
12) In his "Call for a Literary Historian," which also appeared in 1924, Pattee rejects the extant literary histories as "stereotyped" and "timid," arguing, much as Lawrence had done in his 1922 Foreword to Studies, that "if American literature has suffered from any single inadequateness that inadequateness has been in its criticism.