adjective, fault·i·er, fault·i·est.
Origin of faulty
Related formsfault·i·ly, adverbfault·i·ness, nounnon·fault·y, adjectiveun·fault·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for faulty
A senior Labour Party MP scoffed at what he suggested was faulty logic.
Hongkongers aren't asking to secede from China, but Beijing's faulty calculus is only alienating the city.
But the fact remains that the accident would never have occurred in the first place were it not for the faulty switch.The Cops Who Found Out the Truth About GM's Deadly Cars—in 2006|Michael Daly|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The view is faulty, both in it engineering claims and its economic conclusions.The FCC Must Ignore the Silly ‘Net Neutrality’ Advocates|Nick Gillespie|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even with faulty projectors and seats that were falling apart, Afghans seemed very excited when the cinemas reopened.Kabul's Major Motion Picture: Cinema's Rebirth in Afghanistan|Justin Jones|April 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was a faulty side, however, to the Masterson suggestion.The Sunset Trail|Alfred Henry Lewis
He took the door in his hand and fumbled with the faulty catch as though he would shut it.Captivity|M. Leonora Eyles
The eye refuses to be convinced off-hand that its education has been faulty.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White
What it does is not faulty or sinful, or deserving of any punishment.
A still more potent source of failure must be sought in the faulty methods of research pursued by most investigators.On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote|A. Mueller