SYNONYMS FOR inadequate
Related formsin·ad·e·quate·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for inadequately
I don't think that answer is obvious, even if we concede that the Bangladeshi government is inadequately responsive.
The aggregate of individual decisions, each of which is rational, yields an inadequately trained workforce.An Article That Made Me Sad, and a Little Response to Readers|Michael Tomasky|June 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Obama has stabilized the economy and revived it, inadequately.Election Between Obama and Romney Will Be Boring—and That’s Fine|Peter Beinart|April 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In fact they only serve to make clear how inadequately I appreciated the moment when it was here.
I replied honestly but inadequately, feeling momentarily disoriented myself.
Under those circumstances Saul was cautious, for he had but a small force, inadequately armed, at his disposal.A Brief Bible History|James Oscar Boyd
Because heat ascends, and when the fire-places are high the lower parts of the room are inadequately warmed.The Reason Why|Anonymous
Other places where knowledge of language is required are inadequately taken care of.A Librarian's Open Shelf|Arthur E. Bostwick
They cannot ordain that inadequately paid schoolmasters can be other than inferior educators.Leading Articles on Various Subjects|Hugh Miller
Could it be that her preference was but inadequately returned?Renshaw Fanning's Quest|Bertram Mitford