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Synonyms for imperfect

having a defect or defects

Synonyms for imperfect

not perfect

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wanting in moral strength, courage, or will

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In lieu of an Almighty God perceived to be remiss in His duty to punish crimes with mortal death, the House of Representatives has taken the initiative to bestow the power to terminate life upon imperfect gods.
The US Food and Drug Administration had granted Mereo BioPharma orphan drug designation for the treatment of osteogenesis imperfect in March 2016.
Providing great quality produce at low prices is clearly something our customers find really helpful, and were expecting our new Perfectly Imperfect cucumbers to prove just as popular as the rest of the range.
Counting up the number of meetings you had today or last week is another imperfect metric.
He shared a link to a YouTube video for Imperfect List and said Josie was "something special".
The Celebrity Big Brother star said: "I'm definitely on the lookout for my imperfect gentleman - we all try to put on a perfect front for a new partner but actually, it's when the walls have come down and I've been my true self that I've fallen in love.
US) examines the theme of the perfect child ideal during the Victorian era and the strong appeal--and the many layers and implications of that appeal--of the imperfect child.
Imperfect Justice is a good short recap, with some new insights, of a case that captivated the country for such a long time.
The book's themes beautifully converge when Fleischmann writes, "It is only by being imperfect and beautiful, imperfect and holy, imperfect and us that anything can be complete.
This argument might not be compelling: the Ethiopian long imperfect was undoubtedly very unusual to an Arab ear and could have easily been substituted by the corresponding jussive forms (in their turn, structurally identical to the Arabic imperfect) with no attention to their morphosyntactic properties.
It sets out an analytical framework of "robust political economy" that explores the economic and political problems that arise from the fact of imperfect knowledge and imperfect incentives.
Percy The Perfectly Imperfect Chicken" is a wonderful children's fable about using patience and imagination to combat intolerance and prejudice.
London, May 22 (ANI): Pop star Mariah Carey has revealed through the social networking site Twitter that her upcoming album's title is 'Memoirs Of an Imperfect Angel'.
Goldberg and Frydman's analysis and recommendations on regulating the financial sector are based on their research and development of the Imperfect Knowledge Economics, or IKE, model that asserts that exact models of purposeful human behavior are beyond the reach of economic analysis.
1 : something that makes a thing imperfect : flaw <A slight defect lowered the diamond's value.