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- n. The state or quality of being defective.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being defective; imperfection; faultiness.
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- n. the state of being defective
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Unabashed in its assertion of heart amidst perpetually complex and highly-integrated displays of structured defectiveness that are ingeniously and rhythmically played out through relatable everyday situations, this multi-dimensional testament to the complexity, ridiculousness and awkward clumsiness of multi-tiered family relations strikes a sentimental chord on just the right frequency.
Thereafter, the emergence of prohibited emotion is experienced as a failure to embody the required ideal, an exposure of the underlying essential defectiveness or badness, and is accompanied by feelings of isolation, shame and self-loathing.
Usually brain pan capacity is reduced, and mental defectiveness is obvious, in spelling, syntax, fixation on outdated ideas, and insistence on laughing (yuk-yuk) at their own unfunny jokes.
Simultaneously, some studies indicate that the priority of developing phonemic awareness instruction before formal reading instruction would benefit for children with reading defectiveness.
SF can and often does function as analysis through conceit, the future re-presenting the present, defamiliarising it in order to expose its faults, to allow "the defectiveness of the ruling paradigm to be seen whole".
The cause of the Party's defectiveness must be found.
Only defectiveness would allow such chaos and evil, thus the buck stops with Homo sapien choice. '
Or are they acting out a world their species defectiveness generates?
It's idiotic, of course, to consider vandalism funny, but in general I now feel somewhat sorry for you, because of your defectiveness. krywal:
Some goals, like kindness, integrity, and being self-disciplined, enhance the meaning and quality of life, whereas others only feed into your sense of defectiveness, Dr. Leahy says.