from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being incapable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being incapable; incapacity.
- n. Lack of legal qualifications, or of legal power.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or condition of being incapable; want of mental or physical capacity, or of legal competency; inability or disability.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. lack of potential for development
- n. the quality of not being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Only, in place of the phrase "negative capability," he would substitute "incapability," and reflect that the poet fails to see absolute beauty because he is not content to leave the sensual behind and press on to absolute reality.
The city-based infrastructure company's statement comes amid reports that the state government has decided to scrap the agreement it signed with a Maytas-led consortium last year in view of its "incapability" to achieve financial closure.
First, your statement that Europe has very little ability to project power, and is incapability to deter various types of attacks short of invasion is breathtakingly simple to refute, Just look at the Falklands war and the interventions by France in africa.
For many writers, the thought of writing romance fills them with dread; crying their incapability to convey the message in they style they perceive romance to contain.
Last year in the small town of Klaksvick, over 230 pilot whales were literally hacked to death over the course of several excruciating hours pointing to the community's incapability to slaughter, process and distribute the meat efficiently or in a "humane" manner and further pointing to the lack of precision and standardization in the killing methodology.
As would become typical, I hit the experimentation hard—evidence of my incapability to do anything in moderation.
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It's the arrogance and ego, lack of understanding and seeming incapability to admit, let alone learn, from his/their mistakes – and not just his lack of military service – that makes Cheney and his cronies so despicable.
The problem, though, is at least two-fold: time, or the lack of it, and the incapability of our decision-makers to make command decisions with our democratic form of government heavily influenced by lobbyists.
This assumption of incapability of faith and patriotism is the same crime committed by the groups he makes a living mocking.