defectiveness

  • 101self-contradiction — Synonyms and related words: aberrancy, aberration, absurdity, ambiguity, ambivalence, antinomy, asymmetry, defectiveness, delusion, deviancy, disproportion, disproportionateness, distortion, equivocality, equivocation, errancy, erroneousness,… …

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  • 102shortage — Synonyms and related words: absence, adulteration, arrear, arrearage, arrears, beggary, break, curtailment, dearth, decline, defalcation, default, defect, defectibility, defectiveness, deficiency, deficit, delinquency, deprivation, destitution,… …

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  • 103shortcoming — Synonyms and related words: absence, adulteration, asymmetry, beggary, blemish, bug, catch, contrariety, crack, defect, defectibility, defection, defectiveness, deficiency, deficit, demerit, deprivation, destitution, difference, disequilibrium,… …

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  • 104shortfall — Synonyms and related words: absence, arrear, arrearage, arrears, beggary, decline, defalcation, default, defectiveness, deficiency, deficit, delinquency, deprivation, destitution, drought, failure, falling short, famine, imperfection,… …

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  • 105simplicity — Synonyms and related words: Attic simplicity, Atticism, Bohemianism, abatement, abridgment, affability, agnosticism, agrarianism, alleviation, amentia, appropriateness, arrested development, artlessness, asceticism, attenuation, austereness,… …

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  • 106sin — Synonyms and related words: aberrancy, aberration, abomination, atrocity, bad, breach, commit sin, crime, crime against humanity, criminal tendency, criminality, criminosis, deadly sin, debt, defectiveness, deficiency, delinquency, delusion,… …

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  • 107slump — Synonyms and related words: arrear, arrearage, arrears, bad times, be found wanting, bear market, bearish market, beat down, boom, bottoming out, break, business cycle, business fluctuations, bust, cadence, catabasis, catenary, cave, cave in,… …

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  • 108starvation — Synonyms and related words: Lenten, Spartan, absence, abstemious, abstinence from food, ascetic, asphyxiation, austere, beggary, choke, choking, defectiveness, deficiency, deficit, deprivation, destitution, drought, drowning, dwarfed, dwarfish,… …

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  • 109unevenness — Synonyms and related words: adulteration, arrhythmia, asperity, asymmetry, brokenness, bumpiness, capriciousness, changeability, changeableness, choppiness, contrariety, cragginess, dappleness, defectibility, defectiveness, deficiency,… …

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  • 110unorthodoxy — Synonyms and related words: Bohemianism, aberrancy, aberration, ambiguity, ambivalence, antinomy, asymmetry, beatnikism, capriciousness, changeability, changeableness, choppiness, contrariety, contrast, dappleness, defectiveness, delusion,… …

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  • 111untruth — Synonyms and related words: aberrancy, aberration, blague, canard, cock and bull story, defectiveness, delusion, deviancy, distortion, errancy, erroneousness, error, exaggeration, fairy tale, fallaciousness, fallacy, falsehood, falseness, falsity …

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  • 112want — Synonyms and related words: absence, ache to, adulteration, aim at, ardor, arrearage, ask, awayness, bare cupboard, bare necessities, bare subsistence, be desirous of, be dying to, be found wanting, be hurting for, be in want, be indicated, be… …

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  • 113wrong — Synonyms and related words: abandoned, aberrancy, aberrant, aberration, abnormal, abominable, abomination, abroad, abuse, accursed, adrift, afflict, afield, aggrieve, all abroad, all off, all wet, all wrong, amiss, arrant, askew, astray, at fault …

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  • 114badness — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Hurtfulness Nouns 1. (quality of being bad) badness, hurtfulness, virulence, perniciousness, malignancy, malignity; insalubrity; ill or bad turn, evil star, ill wind; bane, pest, plague spot, scourge;… …

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  • 115defective — mid 14c., from M.Fr. défectif (14c.) and directly from L.L. defectivus, from defect , pp. stem of deficere (see DEFICIENT (Cf. deficient)). A euphemism for mentally ill from 1898 to c.1935. Related: Defectively; defectiveness …

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  • 116faultiness — fault·i·ness || fɔːltɪnɪs n. defectiveness, lack of perfection …

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  • 117imperfectness — n. defectiveness, lack of perfection, imperfection …

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  • 118inadequateness — n. insufficiency; incompetency, ineptness; inability to perform as required; defectiveness …

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  • 119incompleteness — n. state of being incomplete or unfinished; defectiveness, imperfection …

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  • 120defective — adjective 1》 imperfect or faulty. 2》 lacking or deficient: dystrophin is commonly defective in muscle tissue. Derivatives defectively adverb defectiveness noun …

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