inapter

inapt

[in-apt]
adjective
1.
not apt or fitting.
2.
without aptitude or capacity.

Origin:
1735–45; in-3 + apt

inaptly, adverb
inaptness, noun

inapt, inept, unapt.


1. unsuited, unsuitable, inappropriate, unfit, inapposite. 2. incapable, clumsy, awkward.


1. appropriate. 2. capable.
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inapt (ɪnˈæpt)
 
adj
1.  not apt or fitting; inappropriate
2.  lacking skill; inept
 
in'aptitude
 
n
 
in'aptness
 
n
 
in'aptly
 
adv

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