- s having a defect
- s characterized by errors; not agreeing with a model or not following established rules; the wrong side of the road"
he submitted a faulty report
- Why do you think officials tried to obscure some of the faulty decision making and communication on 911? It's almost a culture of concealment, for lack of a better word.
- A procedure that replaces faulty genes in the blind might hold cures for all kinds of genetic diseases and for cancer.
- One of the faulty copies of the Christian Science gospel, Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures, came up for auction sale in Manhattan last week.
- Lloyd Blankfein in Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
I'm going to be blunt with you,Mr. Angelides said. "It sounds to me like selling a car with faulty brakes, and then selling an insurance policy on those cars."
- Jay Rockefeller in BusinessWeek
We know that something has gone terribly wrong,said Rockefeller, a West Virginia Democrat. "The system meant to safeguard against faulty vehicles has failed and it needs to be fixed immediately."
- Joe Biden in The Australian
But Mr Biden added: "I think Dick Cheney's judgment about how to secure America is faulty. I think our judgment is correct."