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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The week after losing to Michigan 59-3, the Terps were even more noncompetitive against the Buckeyes, assaulting the eyes and the senses with a display of ineptitude rarely shown by Ohio State opponents.
Trying to get me interested in Joey Lawrence's basketball ineptitude is not.
San Diego State’s leadership having compounded its unpreparedness with indignant stubbornness in dealing with the SoccerCity crew is clumsy brushing up against ineptitude.
Yahoo’s ineptitude in repelling (or even being aware of) hackers forced it to reduce its sale price to Verizon.
Add two parts of casual irresponsibility, one part sloth, one part ineptitude, then cake his intellectual laziness around the edge of the glass.
Gingrich was forced to resign because of an affair of his own as well as political ineptitude.
The Minnesota Twins get to pick No. 1 overall in Monday's draft, a consolation prize for having the worst record in the majors last season and ideally a major step toward rectifying that ineptitude.
Melania provides the president with a polished cover both for his misogyny and his general ineptitude.
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Origin and Etymology of ineptitude
Latin ineptitudo, from ineptus
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
INEPTITUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ineptitude for English Language Learners
: a lack of skill or ability
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