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Correct spelling: incapable

Definition of incapable:

  1. Not capable physically, intellectually, or morally; not in a state to undergo; legally unqualified or disqualified.

Common misspellings for incapable:

uncable, uncappable, uncapiable.


Google Ngram Viewer results for incapable:

This graph shows how "incapable" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for incapable:

  1. For a long time Frank was almost incapable of reflection. –  by
  2. In two days travelling they spent what little money they had saved, so necessity obliged them to ask charity of the people as he passed through the country towns and villages; who, understanding that he came by his misfortune in fighting for the honour of his country, gave liberally to him; and considering that the loss of his sight had rendered him incapable of business, he resolved to embrace what providence had cast in his way, which was to live upon charity. –  by
  3. They are incapable of anything better. –  by

Quotes for incapable:

  1. I am incapable of conceiving infinity, and yet I do not accept finity.
  2. An age which is incapable of poetry is incapable of any kind of literature except the cleverness of a decadence.
  3. The fact is that censorship always defeats its own purpose, for it creates, in the end, the kind of society that is incapable of exercising real discretion.
  4. No student of Chinese history can say that the Chinese are incapable of religious experience, even when judged by the standards of medieval Europe or pious India.
  5. I'm incapable of writing without social commentary. I like to think that it's integrated and not really heavy handedly didactic.

Rhymes for incapable:

  1. capable;
  2. inescapable;