Definition of Unableness. Meaning of Unableness. Synonyms of Unableness

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Definition of Unableness

Unableness
Unableness Un*a"ble*ness, n. Inability. [Obs.] --Hales.

Meaning of Unableness from wikipedia

- Physically unable to perform (PUP) is a roster designation used in the National Football League (NFL) for players who suffered injuries during football-related...
- Flightless birds are birds that through evolution lost the ability to fly. There are over 60 extant species, including the well known ratites (ostriches...
- Able may refer to: Able (1920 automobile), a small French cyclecar Able (rocket stage), an upper stage for Vanguard, Atlas, and Thor rockets Able (surname)...
- have views that align with it, but choose not to stand in its name, or are unable to do so because the party in question has selected another candidate. Others...
- that the opponent is not able to play a valid return. The player who is unable to return the ball validly will not gain a point, while the opposite player...
- ocean. To note, the descending cue is also heard in other tracks (i.e. "Unable to Stay, Unwilling to Leave"), such as when Jack and Rose are chased by...
- underside of the cross bar after 31 minutes. In the 42nd minute Jack Fryer was unable to hold a Charlie Richards shot giving Capes a tap in for his second goal...
- Johnson began his career with English club Manchester United, but was unable to break into the first team and joined Bury on a free transfer in 1995...
- have fewer rights and responsibilities than adults. They are classed as unable to make serious decisions. Child may also describe a relationship with a...
- subject to immense pressure which leaves them politically impotent and unable to command enough public confidence for re-election; such is the case, for...