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  • 181craft — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. skill, expertise; art, handicraft; trade; vessel, ship, boat; cunning, artfulness, deceit, trickery. See business. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Skill] Syn. proficiency, competence, adeptness; see ability 2 …

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  • 182inability — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. impotence, incapacity, powerlessness; unskillfulness, incompetence, inefficiency. Ant., ability, knack. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. incapacity, incompetence, inadequacy, shortcoming, disability, handicap …

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  • 183incapacity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. disability, impotence, incompetence; inability, lack, deficiency. See ignorance. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. inadequacy, insufficiency, disqualification; see inability . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun… …

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  • 184incompetence — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. inability, inefficiency; impotence; unfitness, incapability, incapacity, unskillfulness.Ant., competent, capable. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. inadequacy, inexperience, ineptitude; see inability . III… …

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  • 185incapability — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. incapacity, incompetence, impotence; see inability . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. Lack of ability or capacity: inability, incapacity, incompetence, incompetency, powerlessness. See ABILITY. 2. The condition or state of …

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  • 186maladministration — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. mismanagement, misrule, incompetency; see disorder 2 …

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  • 187powerlessness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. Lack of ability or capacity: inability, incapability, incapacity, incompetence, incompetency. See ABILITY. 2. The condition or state of being incapable of accomplishing or effecting anything: helplessness, impotence …

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  • 188incompetence — (n.) 1660s, inadequacy; 1716, want of skill, from Fr. incompétence (mid 16c.), from in not, opposite of, without (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + compétence (see COMPETENCE (Cf. competence)). Native formation incompetency (from INCOMPETENT (Cf …

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  • 189inadequacies — in·ad·e·qua·cy || ɪn ædɪkwÉ™sɪ n. insufficiency; incompetency, ineptness; inability to perform as required; defect …

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  • 190inadequacy — in·ad·e·qua·cy || ɪn ædɪkwÉ™sɪ n. insufficiency; incompetency, ineptness; inability to perform as required; defect …

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  • 191inadequateness — n. insufficiency; incompetency, ineptness; inability to perform as required; defectiveness …

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  • 192inefficiencies — in·ef·fi·cien·cy || ‚ɪnɪ fɪʃnsɪ n. lack of efficiency, incompetency, incapability …

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  • 193inefficiency — in·ef·fi·cien·cy || ‚ɪnɪ fɪʃnsɪ n. lack of efficiency, incompetency, incapability …

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  • 194incompetent — adjective 1》 not sufficiently skilful to do something successfully. 2》 Law not qualified to act in a particular capacity. noun an incompetent person. Derivatives incompetence noun incompetency noun incompetently adverb …

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  • 195inability — n. 1. Want of ability (to), lack of power, being unable. 2. Incapacity, incapability, impotence, incompetence, incompetency, inefficiency, want of power, want of capacity. 3. Disability, disqualification …

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  • 196incapacity — n. 1. Inability, incapability, disability, incompetency. 2. Disqualification, unfitness …

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  • 197incompetence — n.; (also incompetency) 1. Incapacity, inability. 2. Insufficiency, inadequacy. 3. Disqualification, unfitness …

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  • 198inequality — n. 1. Disparity, difference, diversity. 2. Unevenness, irregularity, roughness. 3. Unfairness, injustice, inequitable character. 4. Inadequacy, insufficiency, incompetency. 5. (Alg.) Inequation …

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  • 199stigma — stigma, brand, blot, stain can denote a mark of shame left on a name, reputation, or character. Stigma, though often implying dishonor or public shame, usually applies to a mark or a charge or judgment that is fastened upon a person or thing or… …

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  • 200imbecility — n 1. feeble mindedness, mental defectiveness, mental retardation, incompetency, dullness, Psychiatry. amentia; feebleness, weakness, incapability, unfitness, ineptitude, disability. 2. silliness, absurdity, fatuity, foolishness, asininity,… …

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