Definition of Inaptitude

1. Noun. A lack of aptitude.

Generic synonyms: Inability
Specialized synonyms: Talentlessness, Incapability, Incapableness
Antonyms: Aptitude



Definition of Inaptitude

1. n. Want of aptitude.

Definition of Inaptitude

1. Noun. ineptitude ¹

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Definition of Inaptitude

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inaptitude

inapprehensible
inapprehension
inapprehensive
inapproachable
inappropriable
inappropriate
inappropriate ADH syndrome
inappropriate affect
inappropriate hormone
inappropriately
inappropriateness
inappropriatenesses
inapproximability
inapproximable
inapt
inaptitude (current term)
inaptitudes
inaptly
inaptness
inaptnesses
inaquate
inaquation
inarable
inarch
inarched
inarches
inarching
inarguable
inarguably
inarm

Literary usage of Inaptitude

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1. An Essay of the Evils of Popular Ignorance: And A Discourse on the by John Foster (1834)
"Fatal effect of their want of mental discipline as causing an inaptitude to ... Excuses for the intellectual inaptitude and perversion of uncultivated ..."

2. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"In them, there would no more be either power or will to do good than in their more fortunate and prosperous adversaries. SECTION VI. inaptitude attacked to ..."

3. The Lafayette Flying Corps by Charles Nordhoff (1920)
"Released: September 23, 1917, because of inaptitude. ... Enlisted: January 15, 1917. Released: June, 1917, because of inaptitude. ..."

4. A Study of British Genius by Havelock Ellis (1904)
"In what sense genius is healthy—The probable basis of inaptitude for ordinary life—In what sense genius is a neurosis. IT may be reasonable to ask, ..."

5. Syphilis and marriage: Lectures Delivered at the St. Louis Hospital, Paris by Alfred Fournier (1882)
"I have said, in the first place, that one of the consequences of paternal syphilis for the child may be inaptitude for life, inaptitude revealing itself by ..."

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