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  1. Define inadequacy. inadequacy synonyms, inadequacy pronunciation, inadequacy translation, English dictionary definition of inadequacy. n. pl. in·ad·e·qua·cies 1. The quality or condition of being inadequate. 2. An instance of being inadequate; a failing or lack. n., pl. -cies. 1.
  2. 2. incompetence, inability, deficiency, incapacity, ineffectiveness, incompetency, unfitness, inefficacy, defectiveness, inaptness, faultiness, unsuitableness his deep-seated sense of inadequacy 3. shortcoming, failing, lack, weakness, shortage, defect, imperfection He drank heavily in an effort to forget his own inadequacies.
  3. In times of sorrow or emotion his inadequacy had pained her, but it was pleasant to listen to him now, and to watch his thick brown moustache and high forehead confronting the stars.
  4. 29 synonyms of inadequacy from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 16 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for inadequacy. Inadequacy: a falling short of an essential or desirable amount or number.
  5. Kids Definition of inadequacy: the condition of being not enough or not good enough Parents criticized the inadequacy of safety measures.
  6. 1 The state or quality of being inadequate; lack of the quantity or quality required. ‘the inadequacy of available resources’ Inability to deal with a situation or with life. ‘her feelings of personal inadequacy’.
  7. in‧ad‧e‧qua‧cy /ɪnˈædəkwəsi/ AWL noun (plural inadequacies) 1 [ uncountable] a feeling that you are not as good, clever, skilled etc as other people Unemployment can cause feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem. 2 [ uncountable].
  8. May 20,  · An approach to healing. We are not born feeling inadequate. Life experiences and emotions create that sense within us in a variety of creative ways.

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