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Synonyms for faultiness

the state of being defective

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The presence of putabam marks the faultiness of the protagonist's understanding, and the narrator explicitly calls Habinnas a comissator rather than praetor.
31) proposes 'receives,' it is not hard to realise the faultiness of that translation here, as it seems the composer of The Wanderer used the word in the sense 'wait,' as we can see in the line "A man must wait, then utter a boast" ("Beorn sceal gebidan, ponne he beot spriced," l.
The reassessment of gender categories is the most remarkable consequence of this approach: the author demonstrates the faultiness of perceiving Hispanic culture as sexist, with texts and images depicting Joseph as a forgiving husband to his mysteriously pregnant wife, and a nurturing father to his foster son.
We were so certain of the poll's faultiness that we had polling firm Compas Research repeat it--offering respondents a choice of clear and varied responses.
ITEM: "Canadian officials, Prime Minister Paul Martin and Toronto Mayor David Miller," reported the All Headline News website for December 28, "blame the faultiness of U.
The slight distortions seem to echo the faultiness, the catches and strains of the lovers' bodies:
The results that were achieved were excellent, a faultiness less than 0.
While Wesley's model of conversion may be built squarely on top of what Carlyle would see as Sentimentalism's fault line, it is only this faultiness that allows it to move so fluidly between the Romantic and Victorian registers that Carlyle would separate.
Valery uses them to work through his intellectual dissatisfaction with modes of thinking that we have all inherited, and in the attempt to break through them he tries, in these many pages, to understand why, in their faultiness, they appeal to us.
Indeed, the faultiness of certain concrete proposals or assumptions (like gender inequity, the hierarchical arrangement of social classes, and a conservative view of government authority) derive from the ad hoc and situated nature of the reasoning process behind them, especially in the early social encyclicals.
Her efforts to give the Secretary insider information on the faultiness of a new military defense system are cut short by a sniper's bullets, which rip fatally through the Secretary's body.
Technicians initially suspended a camera to monitor one part of the rail car and reasoned suspect for the faultiness, the pantograph.