The current arguments for a new government subsidized bridge are insufficient.
She could be sent home due to insufficient evidence, which is not the same as being absolved.
To accomplish this, half measures and partial acknowledgment are insufficient.
Officials concede they routinely get about 200 complaints a year about bad jobs, insufficient salary, and inadequate housing.
On the other, Sandoval is deemed as suspect in some quarters on account of insufficient ideological orthodoxy.
Suppose the mental energy left in Europe after the war is insufficient for such a constructive feat as this.
We were only fitted with summer clothing, which was now insufficient protection.
Sometimes a bulging membrane is discovered or the existing perforation is found to be insufficient for drainage.
Joe was there to send him word, but even this was insufficient.
McClellan replied that his forces were insufficient; that he was outnumbered by the enemy.
insufficient in·suf·fi·cient (ĭn'sə-fĭsh'ənt)
Incapable of proper functioning.