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uncapable

[ uhn-key-puh-buhl ]

adjective



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Word History and Origins

Origin of uncapable1

First recorded in 1580–90; un- 1 + capable

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Example Sentences

There are few things, that are uncapable of being represented by Fiction.

He that is so statedly distant is uncapable statedly of communion, and therefore uncapable of the relation and name.

That is, the rightful heir cannot be made uncapable on any account whatsoever to succeed.

Yet persons who by melancholy are cast into diseased fears and scrupulosities, are uncapable of this way of trial.

While the terms of the question remain ambiguous, it is uncapable of an answer.

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