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  • adj. Not adept.


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  • They don't happen very often, and I always assume the worst: a door-to-door salesperson who will undoubtedly provoke my empathy and empty my wallet, a lost geriatric fearing stalkers,intent on my inadept help, a bottle picker counting on a rampage in my house.

    blog: March 2008

  • Unlike many of my followers, I am inadept at twittering my day.

    Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee

  • Moreover, it must be noted here that no compensation will be appropriate for such damage as the peasants have practised only agriculture over generations and are rendered unskilled and inadept for other occupations.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • I'm not sure with who yet, or how, seeing that I'm as socially adept as a camel in snowshoes (believe me, that's pretty inadept).

    oatcake Diary Entry

  • As a consequence we may regard the Pinero incident closed and in ten years his theatre will be considered as old-fashioned and as inadept as that of Robertson or Bulwer-Lytton.

    The Merry-Go-Round


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