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  • 181repugnant — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. distasteful, repulsive; incompatible, contrary, antagonistic. See disagreement, dislike. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Basically opposed] Syn. antagonistic, antipathetic, inimical, hostile, opposite,… …

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  • 182unable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. incapable, unfit. See impotence, unskillfulness. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. incapable, powerless, weak, incompetent, unskilled, impotent, not able, inept, incapacitated, impuissant, inefficacious,… …

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  • 183unbecoming — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. indecorous, unseemly, unfitting; ugly, unattractive, ill suited, inharmonious. See ugliness, disagreement. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Indecent] Syn. improper, salacious, unworthy; see lewd 1 , 2 . 2 …

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  • 184wrong — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I adj. immoral (see wrong); mistaken, unfactual; unsuitable, improper. See error, disagreement. n. evil, harm, injury. See wrong, malevolence. II Deviation from moral right Nouns 1. wrong, wrongfulness …

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  • 185Impotence — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Impotence >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 impotence impotence Sgm: N 1 inability inability disability Sgm: N 1 disablement disablement impuissance imbecility Sgm: N 1 incapacity incapacity incapability …

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  • 186Roosevelt, President Franklin Delano — 1882–1945    Roosevelt had been President of the United States for nine years before Pearl Harbor, years which he had devoted chiefly to leading America out of economic collapse. His political interests were domestic, his instincts pacific, and… …

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  • 187kingship — [[t]kɪ̱ŋʃɪp[/t]] N UNCOUNT Kingship is the fact or position of being a king. He was unfitted by temperament and education for the duties of kingship …

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  • 188Cthulhu Mythos —    Term devised by August Derleth to denote the pseudomythology underlying some of HPL’s tales, chiefly the “cosmic” stories of his last decade of writing.    It is difficult to know how seriously HPL himself regarded his invented pantheon or his …

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  • 189unfit — adjective 1》 unsuitable or inadequate for something. 2》 not in good physical condition, especially through lack of exercise. verb (unfits, unfitting, unfitted) archaic make unsuitable; disqualify. Derivatives unfitly adverb unfitness noun …

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  • 190incompetent — a. 1. Unable, incapable, not competent. 2. Insufficient, inadequate. 3. Disqualified, incapacitated, unfit, unfitted …

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  • 191insufficient — a. 1. Inadequate, incompetent, deficient. 2. Unsuited, unfitted, incapable, unqualified …

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  • 192unprepared — a. 1. Unready. 2. Unqualified, unfitted …

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  • 193unsuited — a. Unfitted, unqualified, unadapted …

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  • 194incapable — adj Incapable, incompetent, unqualified mean mentally or physically unfit, or unfitted by nature, character, or training, to do a given kind of work. Except for this denial of fitness the terms otherwise correspond to the affirmative adjectives… …

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  • 195half-baked — adj 1. shallow, superficial, cursory, rudimentary; premature, unformed, abortive, embryonic, embryotic, unfinished, unripe; unthought out or through, undeveloped, immature, crude, rough, unrefined; coarse, rude, raw, unpolished, in the rough;… …

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  • 196inadequate — adj 1. insufficient, too little, not enough, found wanting; mediocre, inferior, unsatisfactory, displeasing, disappointing, no good, not good enough, incommensurate, unsuitable; imperfect, defective, flawed, faulty, incomplete, deficient, lacking …

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  • 197incapable — adj 1. unable, incompetent, inefficient, ineffective, inefficacious; unproficient, inadequate, insufficient; unfit, unqualified, unfitted, unsuitable; inept, unapt, unskilled, unequal to, not up to, not up to par, not making the grade, Inf. not… …

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  • 198inefficient — adj 1. incompetent, inept, inapt, unapt, unfit, unfitted, unqualified, unprepared, deficient; incapable, unable, lacking in ability or skill, not up or equal to; inefficacious, ineffectual, ineffective, impotent, unpowerful, weak. See ineffectual …

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  • 199maladjusted — adj 1. unadjusted, unconformed, maladapted, unadapted, unhabituated; unsuited, unfitted. 2. mixed up, confused, muddled, messed up, Sl. screwed up, Sl. untogether, Sl. not straight …

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  • 200unable — adj incapable, Obs. uncapable, unequal to, not equal to, not up to; powerless, impotent, impuis sant, forceless, useless; incompetent, unproficient, no good, inefficient, inefficacious, ineffective, inoperative; unfit, unqualified, unfitted,… …

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