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inferiority

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinferiorityin‧fe‧ri‧or‧i‧ty /ɪnˌfɪəriˈɒrəti $ -ˌfɪriˈɔːr-/ noun [uncountable]  when someone or something is not good or not as good as someone or something else opp superiority moral inferioritysense/feeling of inferiority He had a deep-rooted feeling of inferiority.
Examples from the Corpus
sense/feeling of inferiorityConversely, shots taken from a low angle impart a feeling of inferiority or weakness.A sense of inferiority affects the motivation of a child to learn.A fundamental tenet of Adler's theory is that human actions are motivated by feelings of inferiority of some kind.A sense of boredom may cause feelings of inferiority in the sufferer.They came from his emerging feelings of inferiority and superiority in an environment that had no patience for either.Coupled with envy was a terrible sense of inferiority.The feeling of inferiority is defensively turned into a feeling of superiority.
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