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Use "untalented" in a sentence
"I find it funny when Carrie fans label Taylor as "untalented" when Carrie would be totally lost without her songwriters."
"This has meant aggressive antitrust law to reduce concentrated economic power, strict limits on the role of money in politics, support for unions as an equalizing force in the workplace, safety nets to ensure the independence of even the unlucky or untalented, universally accessible education to make equality of opportunity real, and, yes, redistribution of wealth to level out economic power and keep the society from the fraying of deep inequality."
"It was as if a director had yelled, “And . . . background noise!” to a bunch of really untalented movie extras."