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ametropia an eye problem caused by faulty refraction, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness.
amiss out of place; faulty; wrong. [1/2 definitions]
aplasia incomplete or faulty development of an organ or tissue.
aplastic pertaining to the incomplete or faulty development of an organ or tissue.
astigmatism a warped or blurred viewpoint; faulty judgment. [1/2 definitions]
coarse of poor or faulty quality. [1/3 definitions]
gangrene death or rotting of a part of a living organism caused by faulty circulation, disease, or injury. [1/2 definitions]
ill unsound or faulty; inferior. [1/11 definitions]
leaky (informal) unreliable; faulty. [1/2 definitions]
logic a particular method or process of reasoning, which may be sound and lead to accurate conclusions or may be faulty and lead to inaccurate conclusions. [1/6 definitions]
maladjustment faulty or unsatisfactory adjustment. [1/2 definitions]
malformation faulty or abnormal formation, esp. in the structure of a living organism; defect.
malocclusion faulty closure of the upper and lower teeth.
paralogism faulty reasoning; illogical argument.
recall of a manufacturer, to call for faulty products to be returned to the factory. [1/6 definitions]
sensorineural of, relating to, or involving sense perception mediated by sensory nerves (used esp. in reference to deafness caused by faulty sensory nerves).
sputter to make a rapid series of exploding or popping noises, as a faulty engine. [1/4 definitions]
stutter to operate or move with a rapid, jarring repetition of motion, as a defective machine or the faulty brakes of an automobile. [1/5 definitions]