ineptness[ in-ept, ih-nept ]SEE DEFINITION OF ineptness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEPTNESS
The other was found in the ineptness of the Ottoman government.
Under rather more difficult conditions, the Necrophorus repeats the ineptness of the Turkey.
Their "lameness" and "ineptness" and "impotence" plainly arose from disinclination alone.
The inefficiency and ineptness of the Secretary of State have been a reproach to the country.
Mortified by the consciousness of his own ineptness—or ineptitude—the fellow was simply trying to hamper and obstruct.
He understood their longing to do something worthwhile, and their embarrassment at their ineptness.
Depending wholly upon the ear, any defect of utterance or ineptness of expression is quickly detected.
Often the ineptness, the feebleness, the insatiable cupidity and the excesses of the papacy.