Inadequate [adjective]

Definition of Inadequate:

defective, insufficient, incompetent

Opposite/Antonyms of Inadequate:

Sentence/Example of Inadequate:

She characterized the GOP plan as inadequate on multiple fronts.

Ellington needs help raising inadequate salary levels and relieving the pressure of its big fundraising needs.

Setting up such systems is a money- and labor-intensive process, no easy thing for public health departments facing inadequate funding and staffing while simultaneously fighting a once-in-a-generation pandemic.

The US vaccination effort has been disastrously delayed by limited supplies, an inadequate federal distribution plan, and the growing threat that more-transmissible variants of Covid-19 are spreading.

City officials argue that day-care workers are still a high-priority group, but with an inadequate supply of vaccines, they are forced to make tough decisions.

He also said communication from the state and the federal governments has been inadequate, both in identifying who is eligible for vaccination and persuading those people to take the vaccines.

However, platforms’ enforcement of these rules is inconsistent and inadequate, and disinformation still runs rampant.

She had filed complaints about inadequate personal protective equipment with the agency’s inspector general and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, but they had done nothing.

So far the immunization plan in the US has been woefully inadequate.

The National Juvenile Defender Center report, released this year, found that without state funding or oversight of juvenile defense in Michigan, young people too often have inadequate counsel by court-appointed attorneys.