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The obvious inadequacy of this government's attempts to deal with poverty in our society is a disgrace.
Adequate nutrition is essential to the proper physical development of growing children.
The project has been canceled due to a lack of adequate funds.
The money we have put aside should be adequate for your first year of university.
The economy of Turkmenistan suffers from the continued lack of adequate export routes for the nation's natural gas.
About a quarter of the population of India is too poor to be able to afford an adequate diet.
As a skinny little boy, I felt somewhat inadequate when compared with some of my more athletic friends.
Rollo May once suggested that sex can be defined fairly adequately in physiological terms as consisting of the building up of bodily tensions, and their release.
The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family.
Studies have shown that individual cells in the brain respond to inadequate supplies of nutrients by motivating a person to seek food.
Getting an adequate amount of sleep each night is one of the easiest and most effective ways of improving your daily life.
Your work has been totally inadequate for a project of this importance.
I'm afraid we're going to have to let you go.
The union has rejected the offer of a 2% salary increase as completely inadequate.
She has long suffered from feelings of inadequacy.
The inadequacies of our school system cannot be solved simply by pouring more money into the education budget.
Musical theorists of the Middle Ages worked hard to develop an adequate musical notation.
Discussion question: Is it the responsibility of the government to ensure that all citizens have adequate food and shelter? adjacent