Definition of Incapableness. Meaning of Incapableness. Synonyms of Incapableness

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Definition of Incapableness

Incapableness
Incapableness In*ca"pa*ble*ness, n. The quality or state of being incapable; incapability.

Meaning of Incapableness from wikipedia

- "Ink and Incapability" is the second episode of the third series of the BBC sitcom Blackadder. Samuel Johnson (Robbie Coltrane) s****s Prince George's patronage...
- collation of the Bible the view that the Bible is also infallible, and incapable of error in matters of faith and practice, but not necessarily in historic...
- "Drunk and Incapable" is the debut single by from Jamaican dancehall artist Krishane featuring vocals from British singer Melissa Steel. It was released...
- the French sphere of influence. As the Sublime Porte had proved itself incapable of defeating the Egyptians, Britain, and Austria intervened to defeat...
- the constitution. There is also a Deputy Speaker. When a president is incapable of performing duties (i.e. due to illness), the Speaker steps in as Acting...
- English landscape artist Capability Development Group "Incapable" (Julie Bergan song) "Incapable" (Róisín Murphy song) USS Capable, a vessel Capable group...
- distinctive emphasis on grace by teaching that individuals are completely incapable of self-redemption, but that sanctifying grace is irresistible. In contrast...
- left the country deprived of so much territory that it was practically incapable of independent existence. Eventually, in 1795, following the failed Kościuszko...
- Britain gossip spread that Albert was physically and psychologically incapable of handling the kingship. He worried about that himself. No evidence has...
- we crave and cling to impermanent states and things, which is dukkha, "incapable of satisfying" and painful. This keeps us caught in saṃsāra, the endless...
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