in no condition

idiom

: not physically or mentally able (to do something)
I was sick and in no condition to go to work yesterday.
He is in no condition to drive.

Examples of in no condition in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Well aware that Yoong was in no condition to survive their savage reprisals, a Chinese coworker from Sichuan province took the blame instead. TIME, 21 Mar. 2024 But Kurt was in no condition to make any decisions. Michael Azerrad, The New Yorker, 22 Sep. 2021 The man, believing the woman was in no condition to drive, wrestled the woman out of the car, then restrained her. Bob Sandrick, cleveland, 9 Sep. 2021 His boss subsequently arrived with another driver because the man had been drinking on the job and was in no condition to drive. cleveland, 25 July 2022 Victims on foot or on a bicycle are often in no condition to provide statements about what happened, and evidence that might challenge drivers’ accounts goes uncollected. Danyoung Kim, The New Yorker, 2 June 2022 Hardy specifically mentioned his infamously bizarre match from TNA Victory Road in 2011, where a pay-per-view main event against Sting had to be cut short as Hardy was in no condition to perform. Alfred Konuwa, Forbes, 6 Dec. 2021 By then, most are in no condition to cooperate. jsonline.com, 31 Aug. 2021 The whale is in no condition to be towed back to sea again, so land disposal was determined to be the best option at this point. Kristina Davis, San Diego Union-Tribune, 21 May 2021

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“In no condition.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/in%20no%20condition. Accessed 25 May. 2024.

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