Examples of incapable in a Sentence
hired a supremely incapable assistant who only made a mess of things
Recent Examples of incapable from the Web
Congress and the White House increasingly seem incapable of deciding any issue more complicated than naming a post office or two.
The next few seasons, the Cavs were increasingly devoted to constructing a team that was inherently incapable of winning in order to get more ping-pong balls for the coming NBA Draft lottery with the James kid.
Public transit options are sparse and inadequate, and driving in the Tampa area is a Kafkaesque nightmare certain to turn anyone who does actually make it to a Rays game by car into a hysterical maniac incapable of enjoying baseball in person.
That's the Gilead name for women incapable of reproducing.
All too many Democrats seem constitutionally incapable of mounting a proportionate response to the day’s news.
Trump seems incapable of conceiving of trade that does not involve physical objects.
Called ReplyASAP, this free app is perfect for parents of children who seem incapable of responding to calls and texts in a timely manner.
This isn’t an entirely new thing; most German conurbations already have Umwelt (environmental) zones that bar cars incapable of passing the Euro 4 emissions test from entering them without risk of a sizable fine.
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Origin and Etymology of incapable
First Known Use: 1594See Words from the same year
INCAPABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of incapable for English Language Learners
: not able to do something : not capable
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