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Synonyms for imperfect

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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Such hedging may result in imperfect hedging as shown by Anderson and Danthine [1], Eaker and Grant [11], Dellas and Zilberfarb [9], Broll, Wahl and Zilcha [6].
Since then, developers have begun to focus on games involving imperfect information and chance, such as Poker, Mahjong, and StarCraft.
So people are now getting their imperfect real teeth replaced with imperfect fake ones, which definitely isn't a waste of time or money at all.
[USA] Apr 21 (ANI): A recent study claims that the brain implements imperfect mathematics principles which are used to determine truths about the surrounding environment.
The former police chief said Tokhang was imperfect because there were policemen involved in illegal drugs.
Imperfect Produce inked a deal for roughly 22 percent of 8024 Telegraph Road in Severn.
Critique: "An Imperfect Pilgrim: Trauma and Healing on This Side of the Rainbow" is an inherently riveting, deeply personal, and exceptionally well written, and impressively candid memoir in which Suzanne takes the reader along on her extraordinary journey as she discovers how mind-body practices were the key to helping her reclaim her lost life.
Change in the 30-point MMSE score was assessed over two years, and the VAT score was dichotomized as perfect (6 points) or imperfect (≤5 points) at two years.
ISLAMABAD -- The opposition parties want to hold a debate in the parliament on the recent statement of PM Adviser Miftah Ismail who called the National Finance Commission award 'imperfect'.
However, to reduce food waste, retailer Tesco introduced a new range of products, offering fruit and vegetables that were originally outside of its specifications, but are still tasty and of high quality.The "Perfectly Imperfect" brand is one of the key pillars of the retailer's corporate responsibility activities.
A NEW report co-authored by Nava, a new online consumer lending platform, and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) reveals that Wales has around 600,000 'imperfect borrowers.'.
After her big win in August 2016, Vanderwaal released her EP, "(https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/perfectly-imperfect-ep/id1175539531) Perfectly Imperfect ," in December.
Perfectly Imperfect: The Art and Soul of Yoga Practice provides an excellent companion to the author's prior Journey Into Power, which introduced his particular Baptiste Yoga, a method that incorporated different kinds of yoga into a wider-ranging approach to change.
The product is intended to treat osteogenesis imperfect, a rare, chronic genetic disorder that results in bones that can break easily.
The cucumbers are priced at 35p per 100g and will form part of the Perfectly Imperfect range, which already includes parsnips, potatoes and strawberries.