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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But along Baxter Street, everyone seems to have a story about the ineptitude of drivers — following directions from navigation apps — who can't seem to handle one of the steepest inclines in Los Angeles.
The coach lacks integrity and the coach and owner exude ineptitude.
His company has spent the past year stumbling through controversies over the peddling of fake news and enabling Russian manipulation of American voters, with various degrees of ineptitude.
Yet former White House advisers from both parties have been mystified at the ineptitude of Mr. Trump’s team in dealing with the fallout from Mr. Porter’s situation.
Shapiro suspected that his old friend had joined the forces that were sidelining him, a struggle that came to a head when a scathing article about Shapiro’s ineptitude and ego appeared in the New York Daily News.
His most popular projects — all unsparing portraits of bureaucratic ineptitude — have alternated between skewering British and American politics but each is infused with his uniquely acerbic, cringe-inducing sense of humor.
During the ceremony, this trend of women’s preparedness and male ineptitude and cluelessness continued.
Carson was the confirmation Trump and others needed to prove once and for all that African-Americans who struggle in this country do so because of their own lack of drive and ineptitude.
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Origin and Etymology of ineptitude
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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