The West was even at that late day but imperfectly understood by the East.
imperfectly edited and translated by Bruns and Kirsch in 1789.
Ports and air-scuttles there, are more apt to be imperfectly masked or thrown open heedlessly by servants.
Conflict is one of the characteristics of imperfectly adjusted groups.
He is devoured with as much enthusiasm by one party as he is imperfectly relished by the other.
Lady Glistonbury had but imperfectly recovered her recollection.
Then did not they pretend to have nearly forgotten their own language, affecting to speak English imperfectly.
These questions of nutrition are still so imperfectly studied and understood!
Even the tributaries of these rivers are but imperfectly known, owing to the many difficulties attending their exploration.
A cup of tea made him remember but imperfectly what had happened.