incompetency

[ in-kom-pi-tuh ns or in-kom-pi-tuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF incompetency

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCOMPETENCY

For all the grandeur of their names they rivalled one another in incompetency and timidity.

"Incompetency, if you want the brutal truth," Dudley broke in not unkindly.

Davis' incompetency is more apparent as our danger increases.

General Toombs frequently referred to the incompetency of Mr. Davis.

Furthermore, I said I would not stand for the discharge of any man for incompetency.

It would be a sign of weakness and incompetency which is utterly impossible.

This opposition criticised the government for negligence, extravagance and incompetency.

The incompetency of the ministry was indeed becoming obvious.

She gave him a look which was almost pathetic in its incompetency.

It was not incompetency, for tried by the usual standards, he was not lacking as a general.

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