lack of aptitude; unfitness.
unskillfulness; lack of dexterity.
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How to use inaptitude in a sentence
Chopin's inaptitude in writing for the orchestra is, however, most conspicuous where he employs it conjointly with the pianoforte.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician | Frederick Niecks
A certain innate scepticism, I think, explains it and a certain inaptitude for sympathetic assimilation.Tono Bungay | H. G. Wells
The hired man has a monstrous inaptitude for doing an errand.
It was a period which displayed all the inaptitude of the Americans for sound financiering.Famous Men and Great Events of the Nineteenth Century | Charles Morris
The other cause that tempts me out to these journeys is, inaptitude for the present manners in our state.The Essays of Montaigne, Complete | Michel de Montaigne