Meaning of deficiently in English:

deficiently

adverb

See deficient

  • ‘In this case supply did take place but it took place late or deficiently.’
  • ‘Virtue, then, is a reliable disposition whereby one reacts in relevant situations with the appropriate feeling - neither excessive nor deficient - and acts in the appropriate way - neither excessively nor deficiently.’
  • ‘Likewise Liev Schreiber (Jakob the Liar) played a deficiently intellectual snob to perfection.’
  • ‘Lynn said that the settlement, struck by the lead counsel, was negotiated deficiently.’