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Some leap to the strains with unapt foot, and make a halting figure in the universal dance.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
You see, the physician doesn't preach, as a rule, and I'm afraid the priest is equally unapt to practise.
THE TRANSGRESSION OF ANDREW VANEGUY WETMORE CARRYL
The monument indeed is not an unapt emblem of the purity and simplicity of the curate's character.
EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS 1748-1846, VOLUME XXVARIOUS
Nor is his mind dull or unapt; he will rebut or ridicule an adversary with astonishing shrewdness.
THE KENTUCKIAN IN NEW-YORK, VOLUME I (OF 2)WILLIAM ALEXANDER CARUTHERS
Unapt, un-apt′, adj. not suitable or qualified for: dull, inapt.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 4 OF 4: S-Z AND SUPPLEMENTS)VARIOUS
For an unapt or figurative expression which hath a right sense as used by the speaker and hearer, is no falsehood.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
This would show that people in the middle ages (except, perhaps, professional cooks) were very unapt at roasting meat.
A HISTORY OF CARICATURE AND GROTESQUETHOMAS WRIGHT
The poet usually missed the ball, for he was averse to and unapt for anything requiring quickness of eye and dexterity of hand.
THE DISENTANGLERSANDREW LANG
A most merciful man, as ready to forgive as unapt to take or give offence.
GEORGE FOXGEORGE FOX
This is no unapt emblem of the mind's self-experience in the act of thinking.
BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIASAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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