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in·com·plete

 (ĭn′kəm-plēt′)
adj.
1. Not complete.
2. Football Not caught in bounds or intercepted: an incomplete forward pass.
n.
A grade indicating that the requirements for an academic course or assignment have not been met.

in′com·plete′ly adv.
in′com·plete′ness, in′com·ple′tion n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.incompletely - not to a full degree or extent; "words incompletely understood"; "a form filled out incompletely"
Translations

incompletely

[ˌɪnkəmˈpliːtlɪ] ADVde manera or forma incompleta
an incompletely formed foetusun feto no completamente formado

incompletely

References in classic literature ?
Rosamond was not angry, but she moved backward a little in timid happiness, and Lydgate could now sit near her and speak less incompletely.
Is it possible that the work is incompletely done--that others may have survived besides ourselves?
sir," he said, "all these good people will be as unfortunate as myself, for they will not see the solemnity which they have come to witness, or at least they will see it incompletely.
At her third sentence a sound in the library caught her ear through the incompletely closed door and suspended the next words on her lips.
Description : When the Natura 2000 sites in the counties Vas, Zala and Somogy were designated, several species have not been surveyed at all or just incompletely.
Wirzbicki's signing was incompletely described in a story in yesterday's Telegram & Gazette.
Professor Nazmi Maliqi comments for Utrinski vesnik that one thing is certain - that these elections will be held in times when there is no political consensus, when we have a large percent of unemployed people, uncleansed voter's list, bad start of the Census, incompletely implemented Ohrid Agreement and blocked Euro-Atlantic processes.
Information was observed as recorded, not recorded and incompletely recorded.
Leaving the spine incompletely closed, it can turn off nerve signals that keep the bladder healthy.
An example of this type of policy involves recently sick individuals who apply for small face amounts of coverage and who are willing to answer application questions incompletely.
Martinez, appointed to his post last September by Mayor James Hahn, who narrowly won the second spot for the May 17 runoff election, defended what he did, saying he was following secretary of state-approved procedures to mark over voters' incompletely filled out bubbles to make sure the InkaVote machines counted them.
Another figure for this kind of mutual, multilayered mirroring is the communication between mother and child, a primal psychedelia that everyone has experienced, however incompletely, however long ago.