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(Inadequate), adjective beneath, deficient, incompetent, inferior, insufficient, lowest, mediocre

least

(Insignificant), adjective bottom number of, fewest, infinitesimally low, littlest, lowest, microscopically small, minimal, minute, most trivial, next to nothing, small, smallest, trivial
See also: minimal
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On the strength of very large sales in site licenses, the Federal Personnel Guide had its most profitable year ever; and my consulting sprang back to life with a vengence, after a period (starting approximately 9/11/01 and lasting until Spring 2003) when it was dormant to say the least.
The response has been, to say the least, overwhelming--and in more ways than one.
Seeing things from the bottom can be eye opening, to say the least.
The workload of a journal editor and staff is demanding to say the least.
The message was presumptuous, to say the least, and surely not prophetic; the weekend Survivor challenge had barely begun and the Anglicans looked, like a shoo-in.
For starters, returning to your 10-hour-a-day desk job the day after the race could be a little uncomfortable to the lower extremities, to say the least.
Some have suggested instead that the Fed try to achieve a "neutral" approach to purchasing securities across the yield curve, a tricky feat to say the least.
When I saw the new, post-makeover CW recently, I was ecstatic to say the least.
His passion for working with the various subject matters we deal with was inspiring to say the least.
com, a college preparation Web site, shows the conditions are sometimes very particular, to say the least.
The use of a term such as 'sick' in a post-Szaszian age is, to say the least, naive; so let us translate it in this fashion: Is it perverse, or wicked, or very silly to be 'utopian'?
From a distance, it is difficult to make out quite what is going on, for the shape of the building is, to say the least, unusual.