from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Limited in scope; not all-inclusive.
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- adj. Not comprehensive; shallow, incomplete.
- adj. uncomprehending
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not comprehensive; not capable of including or of understanding; not extensive; limited.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not comprehensive; not including or comprising enough; unduly limited or restricted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not comprehensive
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Each piece of incomprehensive reform could be passed into law with less opportunity for special interests to hide unworthy additions.
Were he to break character, embracing incomprehensive reform, he could help heal an immigration-related wound opened during the Reagan administration.
It's time to give incomprehensive reform a chance.
Some kind of ‘person’ makes a journey back to see his dad, talking about Promethius and ‘FIRE!’ and such incomprehensive jibberings.
Rozman, as the Veggie Nazi has chosen to rename himself, bestowed upon us one of the rants he is famous for, an incomprehensive diatribe against Coca Cola, women named Natalie Tremblay, and capitalism.
The seemingly incomprehensive bureaucratic blame game finally starting to clear up, the evidence reported moments ago by Joe Johns that the state of Arkansas took steps that made it impossible for authorities in Washington to hold Clemmons, all of this, though, no matter who is to blame, putting a harsh spotlight on the criminal justice system and how it breaks down across state lines.
Our candidates are providing us with incomprehensive choices on Iran because they fail to acknowledge that the United States has to pursue a double-policy toward Iran.
McCain supporter Senator Lindsey Graham says it would be incomprehensive if the son of a military officer born on a military installation couldn't run for president.
PILGRIM: It's incomprehensive, this little information that is known about this big of a problem in this country.
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