Definition of flawed in English:

flawed

Syllabification: flawed
Pronunciation: /flôd
 
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adjective

1Blemished, damaged, or imperfect in some way: flawed crystals
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  • The towering sculpture, made out of one piece of flawed marble, has been acclaimed internationally for its depiction of male beauty.
  • He has informed us that there is a process, and not a rare one, of wastage or discharge of flawed fertilized ova.
Synonyms
faulty, defective, unsound, imperfect; broken, cracked, torn, scratched, deformed, distorted, warped, buckled
1.1(Of a person) having a weakness in character: a flawed hero
More example sentences
  • This rollicking rethink of The Scottish Play gives a laugh-a-minute take on the downfall of a flawed hero and his psychotically ambitious wife.
  • It has the grandeur of a true epic, a thrilling, if flawed hero, momentous political struggles, bravery, love and death.
  • It's unusual to have such a flawed hero in a major picture.
Synonyms
unsound, defective, faulty, distorted, inaccurate, incorrect, erroneous, imprecise, fallacious, misleading

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