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Definition of "inefficiently" [in•ef•fi•cient•ly]

  • In an inefficient manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inefficiently" in a sentence
  • "Julius Genachowski, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, who for much of the last two years has pushed the idea of reclaiming what he called inefficiently used airwaves from broadcasters, said he was "pleased that Congress has recognized the vital importance of freeing up more spectrum for mobile broadband.""
  • "Wood with a high moisture content burns inefficiently, meaning more is needed and more carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere."
  • "Thank god, good game or not I will have to hold judgment on, but I am pleased to know that a bs excuse such as inefficiently porting it on the PS3 wont be a factor."