feckless


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not fit to assume responsibility

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generally incompetent and ineffectual

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Mr Davies said: "But I have absolutely no hesitation in talking about feckless fathers.
At this dangerous point in history, we must depend on the decisions of an astonishingly feckless chief executive: an empty vessel filled with equal parts Rove and Rousseau.
Doesn't matter who's who, neither to the feckless deity who decides which of them will sink or swim nor to anybody watching, because once the ship flips, character development ends and has virtually no impact on events anyway.
an administration whose vice president sneered--sneered--at conservation as feckless personal virtue; an administration that has consistently resisted reasonable increases in Corporate Average Fuel Efficiency (CAFE) requirements.
A model of youthful resilience comes vividly into focus as listeners follow Walls through a childhood caught between hero worship of her feckless father and only slightly less dysfunctional mother and her drive to create a better life.
Before that, you had the feckless Greco-Roman pantheon, whose members interfered in human events only when their considerable egos were at stake.
Is it a road movie, a cautionary study of mortality, of a feckless, frustrating, self-indulgent chunk of chamber-sized dance-theater?
The softened America at its nadir--with undemanding schools, unpunished crime, rampant welfare, a feckless army under a timid national policy in Vietnam--is the setting for Saul Bellow's Mr.
The basic reality today is that the Anglican Church is growing where it proclaims an orthodox and evangelical faith, and it is dying where it proclaims a feckless, inclusive liberalism.
Among them were some unfortunates caught in New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison's feckless investigation into the JFK assassination.
For example, those who rejected South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission as a feckless response to the aftermath of apartheid are present as well as Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who headed it.
This intellect was in the stratosphere as one of his better comments was 'feckless parents producing feckless off-spring.
Gerberman at Large," Alexi Worth's recent short series of paintings, follows the romantic trajectory of a character who, being balding, bespectacled, and middle-aged, looks a little like me, though maybe somewhat more feckless (I would like to think).
But the Bonymaen forwards were as resolute and rugged in the second half as they had been feckless and fragile in the first and, when scrum-half Dewi Thomas dummied over for a try half-way through the second-half, the game was turned upside down.