In fact they only serve to make clear how inadequately I appreciated the moment when it was here.
The aggregate of individual decisions, each of which is rational, yields an inadequately trained workforce.
I don't think that answer is obvious, even if we concede that the Bangladeshi government is inadequately responsive.
I replied honestly but inadequately, feeling momentarily disoriented myself.
Obama has stabilized the economy and revived it, inadequately.
As regards the travellers sent out by English firms, they are often inadequately equipped for the work they have to perform.
I realise how vague is this expression and how inadequately it explains my meaning.
The quarrel was inadequately reported, and his name spelt variously Betteridge and Betridge.
"You—you should have a law against you," he answered bitterly and inadequately.
He was neither tall nor short, stout nor inadequately spare; and he was in evening dress like anybody else.