Link to this page noun: Deficiency or lack: insufficient investment brought the task to a halt. A particular deficiency or absence: Owing to a lack of followers, the reforms didn't succeed. A defect or a failure; ethical or spiritual degeneracy. A deficiency or need (of anything desirable or required); an absence, desire. Blame; reason behind blame; fault; criminal activity; offense. Deficiency; want; need; destitution; failure. wish or deficiency of one thing necessity or desirable; defect; failure; need. Want of presence; a situation of being away; lack. A want; defect; a blemish; especially, a moral defect; a fault in personality. A fault dedicated; an offense; a censurable act. Blame; reproach; rebuke; censure. hawaii of needing something which is absent or unavailable View More verb-transitive: to-be without or perhaps in need of: lacked the strength to lift the box. at fault; to find fault with. to-be without or destitute of; to wish; to require. View More verb-intransitive: to-be lacking or lacking: We suspected which he had been lying, but proof ended up being lacking. To be in need of some thing: She cannot shortage for buddies. is desiring; usually, impersonally, with of, definition, to be not as much as, quick, not exactly, etc. To be in hope. View More verb: is without, to need, to need. become brief (of and for anything). be without View More interjection: Exclamation of regret or surprise. others: To be desiring or lacking; come short; fail. is missing or away; be missing. To be in want; suffer need. To be attempting to; fail. to stay wish of; stand in need of; need; be without; be destitute of; neglect to have or even have. To suffer the lack of; feel the starvation of; neglect. To blame; reproach; talk in detraction of. To beat. In addition lacky. Synonyms Lack, Want, Desire. These words attended to overlap both a great deal by figurative extension, and now have substantial variety of strange idiomatic use. To absence is mainly and usually to-be without, that which is lacked being usually some one thing, and something which is desirable, although generally not required or crucial. To pierce the hull of with chance. See lac. To lacquer; treat with lac. found in the exclamatory expression great shortage. See good. View More Related Sources Definition for "lack" Deficiency or lack: insufficient investment brought the task… View More Sentence for "lack" In his remarks, President Obama referred… View More Quotes for "lack" "With 'Bright Star' and with 'The…" View More Synonym for "lack" Antonym for "lack" Verb Forms for "lack" Phrases for "lack" Rhyme for "lack" Hyponym for "lack" Cross Reference for "lack" Etymologically Related for "lack" Same Context for "lack" Urban Dictionary for "lack"