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And usually, they are ill-equipped to provide sound legal guidance.

He is ill equipped to persuade the country and to earn the trust of the not-so-loyal opposition.

If the goal is to offer challenging questions to GOP presidential candidates, then Hannity is ill equipped for the role.

General Jaber worries that the Lebanese army is ill-equipped to deal with the growing challenge.

Millennia of interacting with other humans has left us ill equipped to deal with objects that sometimes act in humanlike ways.

But missing, failing by ever so little, it left the three ill-equipped to continue the struggle on lower grounds.

Meanwhile, Turkish forces, very ill equipped, were making threatening gestures at Egypt across the desert of Sinai.

The writer is ill-equipped to estimate the peculiar value of Roman legalism to mankind.

"It is unendurable that they of the silk market should be so ill-equipped," remarked Tsae-che discontentedly as she entered.

Modern ingenuity has not succeeded in accomplishing very much more than was done by the ill-equipped mariners of centuries ago.


On this page you'll find 119 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ill-equipped, such as: impotent, inadequate, incapable, ineligible, unable, and unprepared.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.