Dunst was widely dumped on for this insufficiently boring, neo-Edwardian look.
For a while, the left was promising to kill this bill if it turned out to be insufficiently progressive.
In the Tea Party era, the GOP has become too revolutionary and insufficiently conservative.
Each of the above candidates was preemptively attacked as insufficiently conservative by some corner of the movement.
He has since been considered increasingly politically vulnerable after Cruz attacked him as insufficiently conservative.
It may be asked of me, whether I hold it right to speak thus hastily and insufficiently respecting the matter in question?
Indeed the whole character of Jane is insufficiently presented.
The window of this room, which is known as a Berliner Zimmer, is always in one corner and lights it insufficiently.
He thought that the Delaware River was insufficiently protected.
It was a pretty room for those days, though we should now consider it but insufficiently furnished.
insufficient in·suf·fi·cient (ĭn'sə-fĭsh'ənt)
Incapable of proper functioning.