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Definition of "incapability" [in•ca•pa•bil•i•ty]

  • The condition of being incapable (noun)

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Use "incapability" in a sentence
  • "Only, in place of the phrase "negative capability," he would substitute "incapability," and reflect that the poet fails to see absolute beauty because he is not content to leave the sensual behind and press on to absolute reality."
  • "The city-based infrastructure company's statement comes amid reports that the state government has decided to scrap the agreement it signed with a Maytas-led consortium last year in view of its "incapability" to achieve financial closure."
  • "First, your statement that Europe has very little ability to project power, and is incapability to deter various types of attacks short of invasion is breathtakingly simple to refute, Just look at the Falklands war and the interventions by France in africa."