underprepared

underprepared

(ˌʌndəprɪˈpɛəd)
adj
inadequately prepared
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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.
They were under-par, under-pressure, underprepared - come May they'll be under everyone.
Yes, the French authorities seemed strangely underprepared.
Tenders are invited for Instruction support consultant to provide professional development to faculty on topics related to working with, understanding, and supporting academically underprepared students who place into developmental education courses.
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.
Seth Berkley said "the world is still worryingly underprepared for potential future health threats.
We know they are a good side, and if we go there underprepared or mentally off-key, then it will be very tough for us," said Baxter.
The President believes that it is better for us to be overprepared than underprepared, Valte said.
ATX programs help underprepared adults to more quickly complete high-demand career training programs while they are concurrently enrolled in support classes that improve their reading and math skills.
Despite seeing his top order crumble for the second time without give much resistance, Sodhi refused to accept that his side was anyway underprepared for this gruelling series.
Anson is a TRiO Director at the University of Iowa, a program that allows acceptance--and, ideally, gives sufficient support--to academically underprepared students.