- 1The state of lacking something or of having failed to complete something: humans with their profound sense of incompletionMore example sentences
- This sense of incompletion, of unfinishedness, can keep us open to possibility, a way of thinking represented in Mason & Dixon by the imagined world inside the earth.
- The first big effect is a sense of striving, a sense that combines hope with a feeling of incompletion.
- Adam the second, in contrast, emerges in his selfhood not through self-expansion, but through a sense of incompletion and retraction.
- 2 Football A forward pass that is not completed.More example sentences
- On Oakland's final four snaps - three incompletions and a catch for no gain - there was just straight coverage.
- Favre threw three straight incompletions after having been frustrated for much of the second half with a total of 21 rushing yards and the Vikings' defenders draped all over Driver.
- When you consider three of Manning's incompletions were blatant throwaways, he had an outstanding night.
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