Third-person singular simple present indicative form of defect.(verb)
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Use "defects" in a sentence
"Friendship seeks the more real, more solid virtues; integrity, constancy, and a steady uniformity of character: love, on the contrary, admires it knows not what; creates itself the idol it worships; finds charms even in defects; is pleased with follies, with inconsistency, with caprice: to say all in one line,"
"The Buyer reports that, because the title defects identified are minor, it intends to proceed with a closing of the transaction on"
"Samson also continues to work on resolving the title defects identified by the Buyer relating to the remaining 1,056 acres subject to the purchase agreement, but it is uncertain at this time as to how many of those defects can be cured prior to the second closing."