inadept


inadept
I adjective artless, awkward, feckless, feeble, impotent, incapable, incompetent, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, inefficient, inept, inexpert, insufficient, lacking, lame, poor, unable, unaccomplished, unadroit, unapt, unclever, undeft, undexterous, unendowed, unequal to, unfacile, unfit, unfitted, ungifted, unproficient, unqualified, unskillful, unsuccessful, untalented, wanting, without dexterity II index inept (incompetent)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • inept — I (incompetent) adjective awkward, blundering, bungling, clumsy, disqualified, foolish, ignorant, ill qualified, impotent, inadept, inadequate, inapt, incapable, incompetent, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, inefficient, ineptus, inexpert …   Law dictionary

  • incompetent — in·com·pe·tent 1 /in käm pə tənt/ adj 1: not legally qualified: as a: lacking legal capacity (as because of age or mental deficiency) b: incapable due to mental or physical condition compare competent c …   Law dictionary

  • inadeptness — noun The state or condition of being inadept …   Wiktionary

  • inadeptly — adverb In an inadept manner …   Wiktionary

  • insufficient — I adjective bereft of, defective, deficient, denuded of, destitute of, devoid of, drained, failing, faint, feeble, haud sufficiens, impar, imperfect, in default, inadequate, incapable, incommensurate, incompetent, incomplete, inconsiderable,… …   Law dictionary

  • unfit — I adjective badly qualified, foolish, ill adapted, ill advised, impertinent, improper, inadequate, inadvisable, inapplicable, inapposite, inappropriate, inapt, incapable, incommodus, incompetent, incongruous, inconvenient, indignus, ineligible,… …   Law dictionary

  • artless — index honest, inadept, inexperienced, ingenuous, natural, simple, straightforward, unaffected (sincere) …   Law dictionary

  • awkward — index difficult, improper, inadept, incompetent, inelegant, inept (incompetent), ponderous, unbecoming …   Law dictionary


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