Adjective(1) (followed by `of'(2) not being susceptible to or admitting of something (usually followed by `of'(3) not meeting requirements
(1) Drunk and disorderly incidents more than doubled from 12 to 26, and drunk and incapable offenders increased eight-fold.(2) We are sure they do not want to be seen as some infirm, incapable , old couple.(3) He was arrested for being drunk and incapable and was taken to Toller Lane police station in Bradford, where he was locked up and placed under half-hourly observation.(4) Anyhow, after being just as rude to him, as he to me, he seems to be completely incapable of speech.(5) Britain's health, education and welfare systems, devised in the 1940s, are incapable of meeting the challenges of the 21st century.(6) I was absolutely demolished, emotionally wrung dry, incapable of coherent speech for a half-hour or so afterwards.(7) After several seconds of being incapable of speech, Audrey finally got a grip on herself├ö├ç┬¬ sort of.(8) He wishes he could organise his time better but feels incapable .(9) I am not saying for a moment that every woman who is left to bring up a child on her own is incapable .(10) When the attorney has reason to believe that the donor is, or is becoming, mentally incapable he must make an application to the Court of Protection for registration of the EPA.(11) Simply put, in every way possible, the United States was incapable of sending a modern army to fight in Europe.(12) Processes for evaluating the welfare of the child, even if they are comparatively vigorous, are incapable of identifying inadequate parents.(13) It is not much more than a year ago that he dismissed the UN as an inefficient, bureaucratic organisation incapable of decision or action.(14) Furthermore, those charged with supervising the company on our behalf and protecting our savings were either incapable or unable to force the insurer to live in the real world.(15) The person exempted from serious evaluation, after all, is someone considered incapable of significant achievement.(16) Being arrested drunk and incapable at 11 pm in the centre of London is part of every young man's right of passage.
(1) incapable of :: akanamandla
1. incompetent ::
4. unequal to ::
1. able ::
2. capable ::
3. competent ::
4. expert ::
5. fit ::
6. qualified ::
7. skillful ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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So, my mother thought
I was INCAPABLE of finding a mate,
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 12
I spent my twenties INCAPABLE
of talking to women.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 17
I'm constitutionally INCAPABLE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 1
When I first met you,
you were INCAPABLE
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 16
of functioning on his own.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 15
English to Zulu Dictionary: incapable
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