Ineptitude



[in-ep-ti-tood, -tyood, ih-nep-] /ɪnˈɛp tɪˌtud, -ˌtyud, ɪˈnɛp-/

noun
1.
quality or condition of being inept.
2.
an inept act or remark.
n.

1610s, from French ineptitude, from Latin ineptitudo, noun of quality from ineptus “unsuitable, absurd” (see inept).

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