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unqualified

unqualified

adjective un·qual·i·fied \ˌən-ˈkwä-lə-ˌfīd\

: not having the skills, knowledge, or experience needed to do a particular job or activity

: complete or total

Full Definition of UNQUALIFIED

1
:  not fit :  not having requisite qualifications
2
:  not modified or restricted by reservations :  complete <an unqualified denial>
un·qual·i·fied·ly \-ˌfī(-ə)d-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNQUALIFIED

  1. He is clearly unqualified for the job.
  2. It's a judgment that you are unqualified to make.
  3. You have my unqualified support.

First Known Use of UNQUALIFIED

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