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- adv. In a faulty manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a faulty manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a faulty manner; defectively; imperfectly; wrongly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an inaccurate manner
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In fault, the duty is not to harm faultily, that is, negligently, recklessly or intentionally.
The meme our illustrious interlocutor is faultily remembering is “information wants to be free.”
But they didn't seem to know the difference as each one wracked his faultily wired memory box for a trace of recollection.
Such behavior is highly unbecoming in a computer, even a faultily programmed one.
Used as designed, or mis-used; well or faultily designed.
Although there is no record of in-person voter impersonation while real problems of voter registration fraud and absentee ballot fraud remain unresolved by voter ID requirements, supporters of the state law still faultily argue it is necessary to prevent voter fraud by citing a newspaper report on the state's voter registration rolls being swollen with 300 dead people in 2000, according to Dennis Powell of ABC News.
THank GOD that these days the GDP is being driven by more solid investments like bombs, and paying truck drivers 200,000 $ year to haul materials to faultily repair the stuff the bombs blew up, etc etc.
And how would a creature, educated as I have been, have behaved under such trials as might have arisen from a knowledge so faultily obtained?
Will he take from me the mistressly management, which I had not faultily discharged?
The insecurity of the temperature curve has been underestimated, the basic data partly unsuitably and the arithmetic method by M Mann faultily.