Not complete; not filled up; not finished; not having all its parts, or not having them all adjusted; imperfect; defective. (adjective)
Of a flower, wanting any of the usual floral organs. (adjective)
Something incomplete. (noun)
A designation of being incomplete. (noun)
Examples of word incomplete
In using the term incomplete fertilization, I mean supplying only potash, phosphoric acid and nitrogen, and possibly lime and sulphur, when the soil is denuded of several other elements.
A recovery by two or three tenants in tail with crofs, remainders, and a fine by the other, leaves the title incomplete as to the Ihare of tlie perfon who, levies the fine, - â€¢* 23
The condition referred to above and which we termed incomplete constipation may affect the nursing infant.
Shapiro said the State Department was right to question the players' documentation, which he called incomplete.
The former governor had refused to take part in the trial, but he surprised everyone by asking to make a closing statement in which he insisted that he should not be tossed out of office on what he called incomplete evidence.