inapplicability[ in-ap-li-kuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inapplicability
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INAPPLICABILITY
He had grown up with the name, and its inapplicability now came home to nobody.
Hence the inapplicability of the details to the country generally.
In the latter locality, indeed, the inapplicability of authorised surnames has led to their total disuse.
Its inapplicability to Berkeley would seem to prove that Kant had no first-hand knowledge of Berkeleys writings.
What I am concerned to point out is simply the inapplicability of Newman's argument to one in Fitzjames's state of mind.
They recognised a certain weakness in their ware in regard to its inapplicability to figures and groups.
Tremenheere argued the inapplicability of American institutions to Great Britain.
This inapplicability has been curiously manifested during the embarrassment caused by the late strikes of our workmen.
Against all these interpretations there lies moreover the objection founded on the inapplicability of the term 'Self.'
They were shown the inapplicability of such instances to the present cases of difficulty.