inadequate in a sentence

Many saltwater organisms are lost simply due to inadequate or improper acclimatizing .

I felt inadequate to the task.

The chief pronounced that the technique was inadequate.

Our school facilities are inadequate for foreign students.

His clothing was inadequate for the harsh weather conditions.

Funding for the arts in this country is pitifully inadequate.

Funding for the arts in this state is embarrassingly inadequate.

Your organs begin to deteriorate rapidly if there is inadequate blood supply.

The union has rejected the offer of a 2% salary increase as completely inadequate.

Health care in this province is inadequately funded, and waiting lists are growing.

The child’s protein intake is inadequate and he is not growing properly as a result.

Bertolt Brecht once said, “Do not fear death so much, but rather the inadequate life.

” Large scale agriculture in the country is hindered by poor soil and inadequate rainfall.

According to Max Weber, general laws explaining human behavior are possible, but inadequate.

Electrical output is sometimes inadequate during a cold winter due to the increase in demand.

Japanese literature, in spite of its beauty and riches, is as yet inadequately known in the West.

As a skinny little boy, I felt somewhat inadequate when compared with some of my more athletic friends.

Studies show that isolation for the first six months of life will render an animal permanently inadequate.

Electrical output in this country is sometimes inadequate during a cold winter, due to the increase in demand.

Your work has been totally inadequate for a project of this importance.

I’m afraid we’re going to have to let you go.

Studies have shown that individual cells in the brain respond to inadequate supplies of nutrients by motivating a person to seek food.

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