Subpar [adjective]

Definition of Subpar:

deficient, inadequate

Opposite/Antonyms of Subpar:

Sentence/Example of Subpar:

That capped an eight-play 31-yard drive that began at Kansas City’s 38-yard line following a subpar punt by Tampa Bay’s Bradley Pinion.

As a team, however, the Terps played poorly, with 16 turnovers and subpar offense leading to a 55-50 loss.

The forward went 3 for 11 from the field and had three turnovers against the Heat in his third subpar offensive game since his return from a two-week stint in the league’s coronavirus protocols, during hich he missed three games.

Elway had a subpar regular season, throwing 18 touchdown passes and 18 interceptions, but he still made his third Super Bowl appearance before the age of 30.

The line of masks are intended to protect people from subpar air quality, as well as airborne threats caused by the environment or a pandemic.

In 11th grade, frustrated with subpar conditions at her high school, Flowers wrote an exposé for a local newsletter.

The options were “super subpar,” he says, so he founded Atom.

James Parsons recommends looking at the following four stats that may indicate content quality is subpar.

You don’t want to repeat the same process just to create something subpar.