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- n. The quality or degree of being inept.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Unfitness; ineptitude.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being inept; unfitness; awkwardness; ineptitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of having the wrong properties for a specific purpose
- n. unskillfulness resulting from a lack of training
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I'd rather a person with a dad for an engineer and a military family, then a "I couldn't find the worst mass murderer in the history of the US despite him being identified 7 times over 20 years, whose lived on gov money his whole career" Rechiert's ineptness is exactly what we don't need.
Harry Reid’s ineptness is coming out in full bloom!
Bird droppings making LHC messy … if it's a statue already, would that be of "ineptness" or "the flame of high hopes doused"?
It was this same 'ineptness' of character that was featured in 'They Live By Night', and he was perfect for/in that role, too.
Logdon ... "ineptness" of the police: look at how they hold their guns, defying the basic tenets of safe weapon handling.
Ray, who was discharged from the army for "ineptness," claims he didn't fire the shot.
Describing the White House last week, Congressional Democrats used words like "ineptness,"
Instead of acting on the 23-page motion, which accused Reyes of 'ineptness' and
A key Republican National Committee panel then recommended a compromise list of delegates and said it was troubled by the "ineptness" of the Nevada GOP.
"ineptness," as he put it, and the slumping casino industry.