noun, plural in·ef·fi·cien·cies for 2.
- inelastic collision,
- inelastic demand
Origin of inefficiency
Examples from the Web for inefficiency
But inefficiency and ineffectiveness are not its only evils.
So the Problem Solvers signed on to a No Labels legislative package designed to address waste and inefficiency in government.
Secondly, he assumed, patronizingly, that what really bothers conservatives about government is its inefficiency.
It also reveals a lot of waste and inefficiency, however, rather than increased well- being.Are Gold-Plated Health Benefits Making American Workers Worse Off?|Megan McArdle|January 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They would hate the inefficiency of our government services, and miss their cozy circle of friends and family.
We learned the lesson all green troops must learn, when inefficiency of the commissary is shown.Between the Lines|Henry Bascom Smith
He reproaches them for their inefficiency, for their not being Arnolds.Practical Essays|Alexander Bain
And in this lay her first acknowledgment of money's inefficiency: it cannot buy the friends you really care for.Money Magic|Hamlin Garland
Yet Mathilde had not been trained to courage or helpfulness and was not altogether to blame for her inefficiency on this occasion.Betty Lee, Sophomore|David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Despite the inefficiency of French colonial methods the plantation had taken firm root.The Canadian Dominion|Oscar D. Skelton