attenuated, barren, below par, blemished, defective, depleted, devoid, disappointing, discontenting, empty, falling short, faulty, few, flawed, hollow, impaired, imperfect, impoverished, in arrears, inadequate, incompetent, incomplete, inferior, inops, insubstantial, insufficient, jejune, lacking, less than necessary, mancus, marred, meager, missing, not enough, not satisfying, not up to normal, not up to par, paltry, partial, poor, scant, scanty, scarce, short, shy, sketchy, skimpy, slight, small, sparing, sparse, starved, substandard, thin, too little, unample, uncompleted, undeveloped, unequal to, unfinished, unfulfilled, unfurnished, unnourishing, unprovided, unsatisfactory, unsound, unsufficing, unsupplied, void of, wanting, weak
associated concepts: deficiency judgment, mentally deficient, totally deficient
defective, delinquent (overdue), devoid, fallible, faulty, imperfect, inadequate, incompetent, inferior (lower in quality), insufficient, minimal, nonsubstantial (not sturdy), nonsubstantial (not sufficient), paltry, partial (relating to a part), perfunctory, poor (inferior in quality), scarce, unqualified (not competent), unsatisfactory, unsound (not strong)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
Incomplete; defective; not sufficient in quantity or force.
Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.