1. the state or an instance of being imperfect
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How To Use imperfectness In A Sentence

  • This has probably caused the imperfectness of the manuscript in the above passage; though, at the same time, it must be acknowledged to be somewhat uncertain, whether Darnford is the stranger intended in this place. Maria; or The Wrongs of Woman
  • For observe, I have only dwelt upon the rudeness of Gothic, or any other kind of imperfectness, as admirable, where it was impossible to get design or thought without it. Selections From the Works of John Ruskin
  • If I really believed that voice I might not have noticed those mean words reflecting intolerance for my imperfectness. Jane Shure and Beth Weinstock: Musings From Two Therapists
  • The imperfectness of contracts causes the inevitable existence of accounting policy choices, and the different contract costs lead to different motives in accounting policy choice.
  • Modern rationalism, characterized of limitness, imperfectness and tragic consciousness, reflects a kind of human world's inside mechanism and the existence of the inside humanity spirit.
  • The main cause of resource security problem consists in absences and imperfectness of legal system.
  • And relying on the "imperfectness" of man is dangerous work.
  • I own the imperfectness of this transcript, but I still present it as something of worth, since there are so few accounts out there. This Post is Rated Ex, for Excommunication. | Mind on Fire
  • Those ways we judge ourselves and exaggerate the importance of our imperfectness make it so much harder to develop the awareness we need. Jane Shure: The Tyranny of Perfection
  • I love the song, the lyrics, the melody, the imperfectness adding up to perfection; Sensitive
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