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Synonyms for flawed

Synonyms for flawed

having a blemish or flaw


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Therefore, I will study and propose legislation to correct that flawed system on electoral protests,' he said.
Outlines regarding effective item-writing have been documented; however manipulations of these principles are very common in medical education with resultant flawed item questions.
If those trends are muddled by lack of reporting or by flawed reports, it can cost the Army dollars, time, and resources.
Were the poems of these writers technically flawed in some "obvious way?
Kruger, however, says, "This study exemplifies the rush to the conclusion that most people's social-reasoning abilities are deeply flawed.
The most fortunate and effective PMs will square off against a persistent arch enemy who is strong enough to be a challenge--and flawed enough to be beaten.
Flawed though it is sometimes, we could not survive, much less excel, without it.
The message is sent through both fat characters who are two-dimensionally flawed, and fat characters who are complex but lose weight as they gain maturity.
Some recent research indicated the conventional interviewing process is seriously flawed.
But independent testing experts who had read the plan's fine print pointed out that the new plan was no less flawed than the original.
I'll tell anyone on Earth, anyone who will listen, that (the measure) is fundamentally flawed,'' said Charles Lombardo, a Burbank commissioner on the airport's governing body and one of the initiative's most outspoken critics.
PC users can determine for themselves if their computer contains the flawed component by downloading and running a utility program available from the Intel support Web site (http://www.
Practicing a flawed form can only perfect incompetence.
If the system uncovers flawed or out-of-spec product at the puller, it signals the cutter to produce a longer part for easy identification.