How to use Flawed in a sentence
I'm flawed, but I will do my best.
This approach is even more flawed than the first.
I do my best, but I'm as flawed as any Immortal. I just hope our brothers see that I'm trying.
If that pattern is disrupted or off center, that may be a sign of a poorly cut or flawed stone.
However, if you act out of character in order to encourage another person's emotional attachment, the relationship will be flawed from the beginning.Advertisement
The stone you purchase may be more expensive than a similar size, shape, or cut in a jewelry store, but if it is a higher quality, less flawed stone it will appreciate in value far more than a less distinguished gem.
Once considered flawed and worthless, black diamonds are now rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after gems because of their exquisite uniqueness.
While the highest quality gems are not always necessary, choosing a very poor quality gem - such as one that may be heavily flawed - can lead to greater expenses in the future as the stone becomes damaged and needs to be replaced.
These two fan favorites need no introduction - their love story is fabled and flawed, and their unique looks and endearing personalities instantly commanded adoration.
Colicos' Baltar was a pure villain while Callis' Baltar is deeply flawed and leaves viewers vacillating between loving and hating him.Advertisement
He sat, and she took in his flawed features, wondering what could leave such entrenched scars.
Rhyn had liked this demon for some reason, and because of that, Toby trusted the flawed half-demon as much as he did Gabriel.
That would be an admission that Airbus ' strategy is seriously flawed and needs a radical about-face.
However, in their present forms they are deeply flawed.
The studies were methodologically flawed and of insufficient power.Advertisement
Yes, I agree some of my original comments seem otiose, but where made in relation to a flawed solution.
We also now know that it was launched on a flawed prospectus.
This statement is flawed, in that advance refusals of treatment are not legally binding.
Race and Equal Opportunities bodies say secret soundings are flawed.
It has struggled to transfer recalculated maintenance payments across a flawed £ 465m computer system, leaving thousands of families out of pocket.Advertisement
Race and Equal Opportunities bodies say Secret Soundings are flawed.
It is in fact just a reworking of William Palley 's flawed watchmaker argument.
Scaling a flawed business model that's small turns it into a flawed business model that's big.
For example, a new computer arrives with a flawed system.
Take any information about flawed research with a grain of salt.Advertisement
Flat or matte finish works best for walls that are flawed and easily show imperfections.
According to the FTC, the studies used for these reports were flawed and the Nordic Track company purposely misinterpreted the results.
Consequently, both systems are flawed in offering a complete high school ranking for soccer.
Flawed is actually a good way to describe Magna Carta as a whole, really.
Ultimately, Wild Arms 4 is a well-designed, but flawed, product that somehow winds up being more than the sum of its parts.
A person with only one flawed copy, called a carrier, will not have the disease but may pass the flawed gene on to children.
Other diseases occur when only one flawed gene copy is present.
Therefore, a male has only one copy of each gene on the X chromosome, and if it is flawed, he will have the disease that defect causes.
Women carriers of X-linked diseases have a one-in-two chance of passing the flawed gene on to each child born.
He will pass the flawed gene on to each of his daughters, who will then be carriers, but to none of his sons (because they inherit his Y chromosome).
The goal is to allow the existing muscle cells to use the new gene to produce the dystrophin it cannot make with its flawed gene.
Therefore, even if she receives one flawed X chromosome, she will still be capable of producing a sufficient quantity of factors VIII and IX to avoid the symptoms of hemophilia.
Such a person who has one flawed chromosome but does not actually suffer from the disease is called a carrier.
If, however, she has a son who receives her flawed X chromosome, he will be unable to produce the right quantity of factors VIII or IX, and he will suffer some degree of hemophilia.
Once such a spontaneous genetic mutation takes place, offspring of the affected person can inherit the newly created, flawed chromosome.
However, not many health practitioners advocate its use in the treatment of autism, citing that the studies showing its benefit were flawed.
Of course, belly measurements are somewhat flawed because some women gain weight faster or pop out quicker than others.
A diamond with a nearly flawless appearance in terms of clarity, color, and cut will be much more expensive than a flawed stone, though many flaws are barely noticeable and can make the stone more affordable.
During the 1970s, GIA members noticed that cutting of diamonds had become more aggressive in response to the scale, so they revised it to include ratings for more flawed diamonds.
The faster the Virgo man comes to the realization that to be human is to be flawed, the happier he will be in the long run.
Additionally, such statistical variations could easily be accounted for by invalid or flawed research techniques or due to researcher bias.
The down to Earth man, grounded, decent and perhaps a little flawed is Viki's ideal companion.
This does not necessarily mean that the item itself is damaged or flawed.
Hitlan, PhD, both of the Department of Psychology, University of Northern Iowa, this study finds that a different prominent study that showed no link between mercury and autism used a flawed data set to reach that conclusion.
It denotes that we are somehow flawed, or that we do not have the right to be who we were born to be just because we are neurodiverse/different.
However, if the backbone is flawed by unethical activities, our economy can be crippled.
This does not necessarily mean the forms are not valid, but instead means the company does not want users to bring lawsuits against the company based on a flawed document.
The label - Family Productions - did not catch the mistake and pressed and shipped the flawed album.
Fate's plan was as flawed as Gabriel's.
Some subtle clues leading to a reductio ading to a reductio ad absurdum proof that this scheme is flawed can be found in the original text.
For what we have here is flawed in the same way as the Twin Peaks pilot movie adaptation.
Some subtle clues leading to a reductio ad absurdum proof that this scheme is flawed can be found in the original text.
The Great Shield was fatally flawed; in time the tiny fracture would grow into a gaping wound.
Indeed, in some cases they're fundamentally flawed.
Is a visually flawed one should the young writer authorial omniscience describing.
To conclude, the book was flawed but not uninteresting.
T ruth be told, itÃ¢s actually all flawed.
In particular be careful of second hand equipment; it could be flawed or from a dubious source.
Taking a specific figure and using it for child support guidelines may also be flawed.
Everyone, deep down (and maybe not so deep down) wants to believe that celebrities are fatally flawed, but it seems as though Jennifer Garner truly is a sweet girl from the south, living out her dreams.
Many fakes use a flawed logo that can be spotted upon close inspection.
If the straight edge distorts, sways, moves or curves in any way, the lens is flawed.
For some diseases to occur, both copies must be flawed.
He.s the most flawed of anyone I.ve ever met, but he.s a more honorable man than you.ll ever be!