Examples of incapable in a Sentence
hired a supremely incapable assistant who only made a mess of things
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And incapable of answering as both an industry as well as a government.
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.
Justices increasingly come to the Court with fixed legal sentiments incapable of being altered by their colleagues.
For the first time in franchise history, the Lakers weren't one of the NBA's glamour franchises, incapable of attracting the kind of star power it was used to employing.
If LeBron goes to the Sixers, the world spends the next few days incapable of rational discourse.
When dealing with Iraq, a focus on political elites and sectarianism has produced an image of a society incapable of collective action against the political class.
But for Sommers, dignity is a cold and abstract ideal, incapable of motivating people to actually struggle against injustice.
The Raiders must address a secondary incapable of creating turnovers.
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Definition of incapable for English Language Learners
: not able to do something : not capable
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