ill-prepared

[il-pri-paird]
adjective
  1. badly or inadequately prepared or trained: ill-prepared job applicants; The hotel was ill-prepared for so many guests.
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Contemporary Examples of ill-prepared

  • Obama-era Republicans are as ill-prepared for this wave of angry activism as Bush-era Democrats were for the rise of the netroots.

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    The GOP's Big Comeback

    Reihan Salam

    August 17, 2009

Historical Examples of ill-prepared

  • Concerning the things about which you ask to be informed I believe that I am not ill-prepared with an answer.

  • She bit her nether lip in annoyance at a courtier so ill-prepared for their adventure.

  • We are ill-prepared to entertain a lady here, and no one knew of your coming.

    The Red Acorn

    John McElroy

  • He said to Markham, 'You say you are ill-prepared to die; you shall have two hours' respite.'

    Sir Walter Ralegh

    William Stebbing

  • The few free hospitals are already over-crowded and ill-prepared.