Examples of ineptitude in a Sentence
The team's poor play is being blamed on the ineptitude of the coaching staff.
the nurse's ineptitude made it clear that she would be happier in a different line of work
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Clemens’s brilliance as a writer was nearly matched by his financial ineptitude.
Matt Clyne, Tiscione’s Jaguars-loving friend who serves as his sounding board for the tweets, says that ineptitude was the genesis of the account.
Beyond mitigating the tail risk of totalitarianism, Trump’s ineptitude has also impaired the GOP’s legislative agenda, and dampened his prospects of reelection.
Such filmmaking ineptitude is also the basis of The Disaster Artist, a satirical look at bad filmmaking that is itself bad filmmaking.
USA TODAY Sports Let’s take a moment to recap the last month of Arizona State football, which has unfolded in a manner that left the entire college sports industry snickering at its arrogance and ineptitude: 1.
The 177-198 vote in his favor, with nine abstentions, was taken as a sign that accusations of corruption and ineptitude had jeopardized the party’s hold on power.
The same lament could apply to the Trump administration and its majority team in Congress—but the problem is deeper and worse when ineptitude joins with venality and recklessness, and when the stakes are far more than baseball pennants.
Hopkins was eighth in targets last year, held out of the top five because of the ineptitude of Houston’s offense.
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