noun, plural ad·e·qua·cies.
- adeodatus i,
- adeodatus ii,
- adequate stimulus,
Origin of adequacy
Examples from the Web for adequacy
To their chagrin, neutral observers have questioned the adequacy of due process in these cases.
Accordingly, an arrangement was made with Mr. Erskine, and no questions asked, concerning the adequacy of his powers.
I must leave it to others to judge of the adequacy of this apology.
His adequacy to the spirit of his own age can only be paralleled by that which we observe in Sophocles.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds