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Incapable | Definition of Incapable by Merriam-Webster
Her intended, Louis-August (Jason Schwartzman), current dauphin of France and future King Louis XVI, is the 18th century equivalent of a shy A/V nerd, and completely incapable of standing up for his new bride in a court of gossips and mean girls. — refinery29.com, "Why Marie Antoinette Is Really Mean Girls, Versailles Edition," 10 July 2018
Incapable | Define Incapable at Dictionary.com
1. Incapable, incompetent, inefficient, unable are applied to a person or thing that is lacking in ability, preparation, or power for whatever is to be done. Incapable usually means inherently lacking in ability or power: incapable of appreciating music; a bridge incapable of carrying heavy loads. Incompetent, generally used only of persons, means unfit or unqualified for a particular task ...
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Without true grace mankind was weak, and incapable of success. Keep the capable man down and you may level the incapable one up. Hinde gaped at him, incapable of expressing himself with sufficient force.
Incapable - definition of incapable by The Free Dictionary
a. Not meeting the physical and mental requirements imposed by law for the performance of a particular task.
Incapable Synonyms, Incapable Antonyms - Merriam-Webster
lacking qualities (as knowledge, skill, or ability) required to do a job . hired a supremely incapable assistant who only made a mess of things
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Incapable; Artist Keyshia Cole; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Epic); SOLAR Music Rights Management, UBEM, HAAWK Publishing, CMRRA, Reservoir Media (Publishing), UMPG Publishing, Sony ...
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Uncapable | Define Uncapable at Dictionary.com
Historical Examples. That she had a membrana on her, which made her uncapable of man, though for her delight she tried many.
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Incapable definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
There are two common kinds of number: Cardinal numbers are used in all forms of counting that involve a total. one chair two chairs a hundred people ten thousand pounds Ordinal numbers ...