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error-ridden

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Definition of error-ridden in English:

adjective

Full of mistakes: sloppily researched and error-ridden journalism
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  • Italy looked stronger for much of an error-ridden contest.
  • On any scale of magnification, Mandelbrot found, the proportion of error-free transmission to error-ridden transmission remained constant.
  • Last Saturday he lined out with the Mayo senior team in their error-ridden victory over Limerick.

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