inquorate

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adjective in·quo·rate \in-ˈkwȯr-ˌāt\

Definition of inquorate

  1. :  not having a sufficient number of officers or members present to transact business :  lacking a quorum an inquorate assembly … an earlier attempt to vote on the report … failed after the meeting was found to be inquorate. — Tim Beardsley

First Known Use of inquorate

1970


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