Lacking

  • (adj): Inadequate in amount or degree.
    Example: "Lacking in stamina"
    Synonyms: deficient, wanting
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on lacking:

Minority Language - Lacking Recognition in Some Countries
... linguistic community Russian language official in Russia, co-official in Belarus and Kazakhstan, lacking official status in Ukraine, Estonia and Latvia (more ... language official in Hungary, co-official in Serbia's Vojvodina province (293,000 speakers), lacking official status in Romania (1,447,544 speakers, 6.7% of the population), Slovakia (520,000 speakers, approximately ...
X-Video Motion Compensation - Current Limitations
... of the features and function of DxVA (which is the Microsoft equivalent API for Windows), and lacking support for other video formats than MPEG-2 in Linux device drivers ... Lacking network transparency in the XvMC API Lacking the ability for the client application to be completely independent of which client side library needs to be used (i.e ...
Philautus Dimbullae - Description
... Adult female holotype 44.8 mm SVL ... Elongated body, with dorsally convex head and flat interorbital and internarial regions ...
Windegg
... Windegg may be an egg that is somehow lacking (e.g ... lacking the yolk or the shell, or a rotten or unimpregnated egg), also figurative speaking for something else that is lacking, a lacking product ...
Nedcolbertia
... holotype, CEUM 5071, is one of the specimens, a partial skeleton lacking the skull ... CEUM 5072 and CEUM 5073, both fragmentary skeletons again lacking the skull ... An enlarged second foot claw was lacking ...

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Famous quotes containing the word lacking:

    The goal for all blind skiers is more freedom. You don’t have to see where you’re going, as long as you go. In skiing, you ski with your legs and not with your eyes. In life, you experience things with your mind and your body. And if you’re lacking one of the five senses, you adapt.
    Lorita Bertraun, Blind American skier. As quoted in WomenSports magazine, p. 29 (January 1976)

    I should consent to breed under pressure, if I were convinced in any way of the reasonableness of reproducing the species. But my nerves and the nerves of any woman I could live with three months, would produce only a victim ... lacking in impulse, a mere bundle of discriminations. If I were wealthy I might subsidize a stud of young peasants, or a tribal group in Tahiti.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)

    I am convinced that our American society will become more and more vulgarized and that it will be fragmentized into contending economic, racial and religious pressure groups lacking in unity and common will, unless we can arrest the disintegration of the family and of community solidarity.
    Agnes E. Meyer (1887–1970)