Incompetence [noun]

Definition of Incompetence:

lack of ability

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Sentence/Example of Incompetence:

Montgomery is mentally deteriorating and we are seeking an opportunity to prove her incompetence.

A 2019 series by The Post and Courier and ProPublica exposed how a flawed system of selection and oversight provided fertile ground for incompetence and corruption on the bench.

I realize state unemployment agencies have been given a tall task, but that’s no excuse for the level of incompetence and unresponsiveness they’ve demonstrated in delivering congressionally approved unemployment benefits.

The reasons included not only incompetence but corruption too.

The men are still able to plead incompetence, if nothing else.

“Never attribute to conspiracy that which can be explained by incompetence,” Baber said.

Inexhaustibly kind to undeserved misfortune, a little impatient of mere incompetence, implacable to continuous idiocy.

It was chiefly a question of incompetence, no doubt, but there was no consolation in admitting that.

One was the incompetence of the Irish people for local government.

But when a layman ventures to plunge deeply into legal subjects, he is naturally apt to make an exhibition of his incompetence.