OTHER WORDS FROM unaptun·apt·ly, adverbun·apt·ness, noun
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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 Vane|Guy Wetmore Carryl
The monument indeed is not an unapt emblem of the purity and simplicity of the curate's character.
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.