Examples of incapable in a Sentence
hired a supremely incapable assistant who only made a mess of things
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One of the Aerojet's principal arguments has been that as a relatively new company Blue Origin is incapable of building such a large, complex engine.
Because of this, rapid intensification is possible, similar to the way Hurricane Harvey strengthened before landfall in South Texas in August, and forecast models are incapable of predicting that.
All of the innovative elements Bill O'Brien has added to his offense in recent weeks, will go back onto the shelf, as Savage is incapable of running those plays.
But Price feels it’s important to keep Schebler and Duvall heavily in the mix, as neither is anywhere near being a veteran incapable of improvement.
The Cavs are 27th in opponent's field goal percentage, 30th in 3-point percentage and are third-worst in forcing turnovers, a metric that points to an old, slow team incapable -- or unwilling -- to get in the passing lanes and disrupt offense.
Tung Yin, a Lewis & Clark Law School professor, said a felony juvenile case would wind up in federal court for a variety of reasons, including that the state is incapable or unwilling to proceed with the prosecution.
This was because El Caudillo del Mar-A-Lago , also d/b/a The Thane of Turnberry, is incapable or unwilling to stop saying crude things about everything and everybody.
Governments seem increasingly incapable of determining where their systems are broken and agreeing on how they might be repaired.
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Origin and Etymology of incapable
First Known Use: 1594See Words from the same year
Synonymsinapt, incompetent, inept, inexpert, unable, unfit, unfitted, unqualified, unskilled, unskillful
Antonymsable, capable, competent, expert, fit, qualified, skilled, skillful, ultracompetent
Related Wordsineffective, ineffectual, inefficient; amateurish, callow, dilettantish, green, inexperienced, raw, unprofessional; unequipped, unprepared, untrained; useless, worthless; disqualified, ineligible; wanting
Near Antonymsprepared, ready, trained; overqualified; accomplished, ace, adept, consummate, crack, experienced, practiced (also practised), seasoned, veteran, virtuoso; all-around (also all-round), protean, versatile
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