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  • adv. In an incapable manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an incapable manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an incapable manner.

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Examples

  • Sanford should resign for being incapably ignorant.

    Runaway S.C. Gov. Should Resign for Being Stupid

  • On the Social Security thing, I was, and am, totally with Obama, in that I felt that Krugman was basically demanding that Obama concede he would be utterly incapably of controlling the debate as President if he dared deviate from the Democratic Social Security Speech Code.

    Obama Campaign Denies Collecting "Oppo Research" On Progressive Bloggers

  • Like Renee French went back to 1973 to get really incapably stoned with Moebius and the young Terry Gilliam.

    Kato Kunio - The Diary of Tortov Roddle

  • There was only one way out of it — I must be incapably drunk.

    Prester John

  • We concluded that it was pretty close to 100% incidence in which alcohol had been taken (though people were not (necessarily!) incapably drunk).

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • It was late before they separated; the man Gray was incapably drunk.

    The Body-Snatcher

  • The object of what we commonly call education -- that education in which man intervenes and which I shall distinguish as artificial education -- is to make good these defects in Nature's methods; to prepare the child to receive Nature's education, neither incapably nor ignorantly, nor with wilful disobedience; and to understand the preliminary symptoms of her displeasure, without waiting for the box on the ear.

    The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886

  • A quarter of the quantity would have made a clean-living man incapably drunk, but it had only made Marsden's eyes bright.

    Widdershins

  • The trip had been uneventful, save for the extraordinary feat of two of the men who had managed to become incapably drunk on Government beer; and Vane having spent a night in Dublin, and inspected the scene of the Sackville Street fighting with a sort of amazed surprise, prepared to board the S.S. "Connaught" for the return crossing.

    Mufti

  • The object of what we commonly call education -- that education in which man intervenes and which I shall distinguish as artificial education -- is to make good these defects in Nature's methods; to prepare the child to receive Nature's education, neither incapably nor ignorantly, nor with wilful disobedience; and to understand the preliminary symptoms of her pleasure, without waiting for the box on the ear.

    Autobiography and Selected Essays

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