unsufficiently love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Insufficiently.

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  • I am sorry tony, but you are correct as to middle class definition in America only when it concerns a so called "vulgar" (= on the street, by unsufficiently educated - in sociology - people) definition.

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  • One might also make the point that the skill sets of the reviewers was unsufficiently broad to encompass all areas upon which the article is based.

    U.S. Climate Change Science Program Workshop « Climate Audit

  • "A friend of ours did think that it is unsufficiently reinsured," said Margaret.

    Howards End

  • Unfortunately, the phenomenon of cultural bias that has led many of our brothers and sisters inside and outside the community of scientists to extensively research, widely share and consensually validate factoids based upon faulty reasoning, contrived logic, inadequate theory and mountains of unsufficiently understood data.

    Climate Ark Climate Change & Global Warming RSS Newsfeed

  • Biology can be taught first class with the data of evolution presented as is, with natural selection clearly presented as still unsufficiently documented hypothesis.

    Darwiniana

  • Couldn't EMT Frank simply apply the Heimlich maneuver to expell the economy's unsufficiently chewed chunk of credit steak?

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • Couldn't EMT Frank simply apply the Heimlich maneuver to expel the economy's unsufficiently chewed chunk of credit steak?

    LewRockwell.com

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