incapability

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The income devolved on me in consequence of Winslowe's incapability.

In his pale, pimpled face were traces of incapability and bad humour.

The belief in his incapability of defeat, that was lost too!

This, as I understand it, simply means an incapability of acting the hypocrite.

Let those who think so reflect on the state of nations under poverty, and their incapability of art.

I have before remarked on his incapability of controlling his expenses and living within a fixed income.

The consciousness of Lamh Laudher's public disgrace, and of his incapability to repel it, sank deep into his heart.

Louis calmly explained the incapability of Ceuta to defend itself, should the sally be repulsed by the enemy.

They would bring tests; and opportunities for Fraulein to see all her incapability.

The count dejectedly confessed his incapability to restrain them: the young desperadoes were ready for anything.

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