adequately in a sentence

Someone once remarked that he who ceases to learn cannot adequately teach.

She wasn’t adequately prepared for the test, and got a terrible mark as a result.

Nick Diamos once remarked, “Never attribute to malice what can be adequately explained by stupidity.


Buckminster Fuller once stated that a problem adequately stated is a problem well on its way to being solved.

Rollo May once suggested that sex can be defined fairly adequately in physiological terms as consisting of the building up of bodily tensions, and their release.

I have failed to adequately answer many of the questions I am posing.

And my guess is that probably wasn’t done adequately,” Berns tells CBS News.

OSHA believes employees weren’t adequately protected from contact with bears.

Home and business invasions/burglaries are not adequately punished in my opinion.

Majority rule does not adequately settle disputes over personal moral obligation.

Part of the problem is that tourists simply don’t have enough time to adequately explore.

He is currently uninsured while he searches for a company that can adequately fit his needs.

An analysis concluded that the potential for a leak due to corrosion was “adequately mitigated.”

Talks began last year over farmers’ claims that they weren’t adequately compensated for their land.

But in Consumer Reports’ lab tests, some of the sunscreens didn’t adequately guard against UVA rays.

He said that ‘GDP per capita does not adequately reflect developmental differences within societies.’

Picture: Ruth Cuerden It is particularly damning about KCC’s failure to consult residents adequately.

It claims AMVIC didn’t investigate consumers’ concerns properly and didn’t compensate them adequately.

Other aid agencies face a similar gloomy outlook regarding securing sufficient contributions to respond adequately.