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- adj. Obsolete form of incomplete.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incomplete.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not complete or total; not completed
I will borrow your word uncomplete-ed-ness, thanks.
Therefore artists are in tune with public opinion much better than politicians will ever be while the outcomes are not political programs but art works both incomplete and uncomplete since a part of an ongoing learning process on how to use materials to find new expressions about life.
My biggest problem with the movie and here is were I agree is it felt uncomplete, i wasn´t satisfied by the ending.
Politicians and Ministers have made hundreds of promises and commitments, a few has been fulfilled too and many left uncomplete or under way so to say.
Scott, I believe the correct pronounciation of your uncomplete entertainment system is the three-sixt-wee.
A twelfth volume, A Memory of Light, remains uncomplete.
Six is an uncomplete number representing falling short of something, missing the mark.
During the car ride back, Pan spoke in uncomplete sentences and expected me to understand.
It's only a little uncomplete taste of it, and that's the problem with it.
It seems to be a uncomplete album, maybe because of the outtakes we've known, maybe because it's a short album and maybe because we hear here a great Dylan that doesn't arrive to that masterpiece level.
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