Not competitive; not liking or inclined to compete.(adjective)
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Use "uncompetitive" in a sentence
"In a few short months, this new crew have defaulted to every reflex that has made Britain uncompetitive before and since the Iron Lady occupied No. 10 Downing Street."
"But making Chinese labor uncompetitive is not one of them."
"A "closed society" of this type unfortunately tends to sustain uncompetitive industries and often fails to explore ways of concentrating efforts in other areas where a competitive advantage can be secured."