[ skil-lis ]
/ ˈskɪl lɪs /
without skill; unskilled or unskillful.
- without knowledge; ignorant.
- (of things) done or made in a clumsy or unskilled manner.
Fewer vs. LessMisuse of the terms fewer and less will set off alarms in the heads of many language enthusiasts. According to usage rules, fewer is only to be used when discussing countable things, while less is used for singular mass nouns. For example, you can have fewer ingredients, dollars, people, or puppies, but less salt, money, honesty, or love. If you can count it, go for …
How To Be Less Forgetful And Remember EverythingWhat are mnemonics? Whether or not you loved school, there are several fictitious figures you should thank for your education. Your Dear Aunt Sally, for example, as well as your Very Educated (or Excited, Eccentric, Elephantine) Mother, and Roy G. Biv. Also, be grateful that All Cows Eat Grass; those cows saved your ‘rhymes-with-grass’ in music class. Has this collection of relatives and cows sent you …
Related formsskill-less·ness, noun
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