from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not measuring up to traditional standards of performance, value, or production.
- adj. Below par in a hole, round, or game of golf.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Being of less than a traditional or accepted standard
- adj. below par
- adj. Trading a price below face value.
Specifically, she says Frons installed a new head writer for the show in 2008 — Charles Pratt, Jr. by name — whose writing she called "subpar."
Like a fake story between books would seem like a fanfiction (in other words a subpar story meant to supplement an awesome one) I think any non PJ movie would be like a fanfilm of the original, or else go to such efforts to not seem like one that it will lose everything that was so great about the originals to begin with.
But so often great premises are lost in subpar writing and becoming too attached to one’s agenda (as you said, it was written to comment on right-wing crap that was going on after 9/11″).
TAMPA - Verizon Communications Inc. could pay a heavy price for what state regulators call subpar law enforcement official Tuesday ...
TAMPA - Verizon Communications Inc. could pay a heavy price for what state regulators call subpar
Fassel first became a head coach with the University of Utah, four seasons best described as subpar for an overall record of 25-33.
There were reports as far back as 2005 that some of the consultants on the project were "subpar" and that US contractors were receiving widespread criticism locally.
More than 100 residents launched the strike in 2008 after building conditions became "subpar" and negotiations with the complex's owner, the Lightstone Group, stalled, said Phylisa Carter, a staff attorney with Bread for the City, the District nonprofit organization that handled the cases of several striking tenants.
This is the kind of subpar growth net of inflation we had in the early 1990s and much of the 1970s.
But, pro sports is cruel and the reality is that Ricketts has been "subpar" most of the year.