Insufficient [adjective]

Definition of Insufficient:

not enough; lacking

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Sentence/Example of Insufficient:

His promise to meet with her was insufficient for House Democrats.

Without these middlemen, demand was insufficient, and for many farmers with animals and crops that grow regardless of the pandemic, cutting them out was the only solution.

The local federal court’s plan for how it will select potential jurors is drawing fire for what many critics believe is an insufficient attempt to increase jury diversity, an issue that has persisted for decades.

While there are a number of community health centers in the country, proponents say they are chronically underfunded and insufficient to meet the needs of their communities.

At the same time, luck by itself was shown to be insufficient.

Just adding a canonical tag is insufficient at blocking the dev domain from crawling and indexing.

The processes Parler has put in place to moderate or prevent the spread of dangerous and illegal content have proved insufficient.

Choosing an insufficient budget means you’ll run out of money fast and see minimal results.

Sloppy play would usually be evident with low-scoring games, a high number of penalties and more missed tackles — all things that have historically been attributed to insufficient practice time to hone our fundamentals.

The Perdue episode is a case study of why the STOCK Act is clearly insufficient, and it provides an opportunity to establish a road map for curbing such abuse.