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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unequip.
- adj. Having had equipment removed.
- adj. Lacking the appropriate equipment for a situation.
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- adj. without necessary physical or intellectual equipment
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Select brings up your menu where you can equip or unequipped items, check your stats, options and quit.
Carrie and her girlfriends taught us everything we needed to know about how to pull off such dating hurdles as the morning after walk-of-shame and how to spot the 'modelizers' at every cocktail party -- but left us entirely unequipped to know the protocol with sexting.
The Lords of the Impossible have always been science heroes, mostly, but I think there could be interesting implications if they have an epic fail trying to stop a magical threat that they are simply unequipped to deal with.
I feel myself unequipped to comment on topics pertaining to coolness.
Even out West, he says, people in the cities are unequipped to go for more than a day or two on their own.
As Christians, are we not leaving our children unequipped and vulnerable if they leave our homes and enter the world unexposed to anything contrary to the information we want them to hear?
Then they accuse Democrats of being emotionally unequipped for battle.
But has this well-intentioned advice left a lot of Gen Y unequipped for the real world?
However, this intrusive and often controlling way of child rearing has caused many 20-somethings to be unequipped for life outside of the nest which is why so many never leave or move back home after college.
Mr. Obama lives in the same world, of course, but is unequipped to deal with it given his dubious gifts for execution, execution, execution.