underprepared

underprepared

(ˌʌndəprɪˈpɛəd)
adj
inadequately prepared
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Unfortunately, a new survey by LendEDU suggests Americans are woefully underprepared for the prospect of an imminent recession.
A staggering amount of first year college students enter into institutions of higher education underprepared. Research suggests 40 percent annually, and this figure is disproportionately comprised of racial minorities and low-income students.
KARACHI -- Former PakAisAtan captain Rashid Latif feels 'underprepared' pitAchAes, during the ongoing HBL Pakistan Super LeaAgue (PSL) are not providing exciting cricket for fans.
Summary: Companies are underprepared and in a lot of cases not even aware of the impact and risks to their business
A sentimental script asks us to have sympathy for this cowardly, underprepared chancer who quickly resorts to cheating.
Disaster-prone the Philippines is battered by some 20 typhoons a year, leaving millions of Filipinos vulnerable and underprepared for such calamities.
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They were under-par, under-pressure, underprepared - come May they'll be under everyone.
Gates, meanwhile, warned that Africa is "chronically underprepared" for a looming demographic bulge in young people, who are most at risk for HIV.
Yes, the French authorities seemed strangely underprepared.
After Stoke's Capital One Cup semi-final penalty shootout defeat at Liverpool on Tuesday there is a risk they will be underprepared for today.