Just gaze upon its deficiencies in the current crisis with North Korea.
His deficiencies and self-doubts, amid his epochal mission of liberation, are precisely what make him interesting.
I'd like to find some more efficient means of curing these deficiencies.
“By sixth grade, children are aware of their deficiencies,” Porter says.
deficiencies in vital nutrients cause skin to dry, lips to crack, and hair to fall out.
Sooner than ever before in the history of the world do a nation's sins and deficiencies find it out.
I feel and confess my own deficiencies as an individual member.
Their failure to construct effective organizations was due to the deficiencies pointed out above.
Still, nowadays it is reported that nearly all deficiencies have been made good.
We have defects and deficiencies; fear not, they will be remedied and supplied.
deficiency de·fi·cien·cy (dĭ-fĭsh'ən-sē)
A lack or shortage of something essential to health; an insufficiency.