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  • In both cases, they found that there was insufficient evidence to support their claim.
  • They are covered by so much water that there was insufficient light.
  • A committee found that the money spent so far was insufficient.
  • The benefit is often insufficient and thus students usually work to help fund their studies.
  • It turned out five years was insufficient so the court was asked, and agreed, to give more time.
  • This was to cause him much trouble over future years, as he found the material insufficient to work on.
  • However, there is insufficient space for the new facility on airport property at this time.
  • A large camp of was found there but the evidence is insufficient.
  • Yet this week he said there was insufficient evidence to take legal action over the killings.
  • However, there were insufficient German forces to carry out such attacks.
  • Experience revealed insufficient advantages to support any further development of this concept.
  • Even if that were not the case, their numbers are insufficient to overcome the white majority.
  • They have insufficient capacity, and their equipment is in poor condition.
  • Thus an expert panel felt that evidence was insufficient to support its use.
  • The journey had been particularly severe and wearing upon the animals, and their food supply was found insufficient.
  • The Seven Days Battle showed the Army still suffered from insufficient organization in army command.
  • The trial court does not proceed with the trial if the evidence is insufficient to make out a charge.
  • However insufficient evidence is available to determine whether a difference exists in those with severe disease.
  • Most often, they are limited by insufficient scientific knowledge.
  • Another problem is of the higher education's: response to regional and labour market needs is insufficient.
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Meaning of insufficient

  • adjective Of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement
    insufficient funds