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Definition of "flawed" []

  • Characterized by a defect or imperfection (adjective)
  • Having a flaw (adjective)

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Use "flawed" in a sentence
  • "He deconstructed the defendant's trading in stock after stock, trying to debunk what he called the "flawed notion" that the Galleon chief had relied on research and publicly available analyst reports."
  • "More SEC Chief Targets Credit Raters SEC Puts Ratings Firms on Notice In his report, Mr. Kotz identified several cases in which the trading and markets division signed off on what he described as flawed applications."
  • "BOLDUAN: One key John McCain supporter did come to the president's defense, Independent Senator Joe Lieberman; he says the U.S. should reject what he calls the flawed and naive thinking that by sitting down with terrorist groups and their supporters like Iran, they will stop being threats -- Lou."