Definition of incompleteness:
- imperfection (part of speech: noun)
- incompleteness (part of speech: noun)
The produce is, at all events, very small, as well on account of the incompleteness of the mode of procedure as of the irregularity of labor, for the natives work only when they are compelled by necessity.- "The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes", Tomás de Comyn Fedor Jagor Rudolf Ludwig Carl Virchow Charles Wilkes.
The older one grows, the more there grows on one the sense of waste and incompleteness in all scenery where man has not fulfilled the commission of Eden, 'to dress it and to keep it; ' and with that, a sense of loneliness which makes one long for home, and cultivation, and the speech of fellow men.- "Prose Idylls", Charles Kingsley.
- "The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil", W. Y. Sellar.