incompetently


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Synonyms for incompetently

in an incompetent manner

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the letter alleges that "Ambassador Rice is widely viewed as having either willfully or incompetently misled the American public" about the Sept.
Rice "is widely viewed as having either willfully or incompetently misled the American public in the Benghazi matter," the lawmakers wrote.
The better description of that chaotic and incompetently governed nation is as a haven for Islamist radicals and a deliberate obstructer of the attempt by the U.
He added: "How stupid, how utterly, utterly, crassly, impossibly, ineptly, incompetently, grossly stupid do you say Neil McKenzie would have to be, to believe that by taking a watch and effectively wrapping a wire around.
He now felt that Lowell was incompetently poaching on his own territory and ordered him to "stop mutilating defenceless dead poets" (Selected Letters, 1940-1977, NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1989, 387).
competed incompetently in extreme sports and performed strictly controlled challenges which were little more dangerous than putting on a pair of trousers.
According to them Mladenov has acted incompetently in requesting the diplomats' dismissal, given the fact that diplomatic services and intelligence agencies are intertwined as a matter of principle.
But why copy something, so incompetently, from 30 years ago?
There is a price to be paid for this and the country is paying it in the form of poorly conceived and incompetently executed policies.
The decision on Tuesday to send home the country's 110 parliamentarians followed reports in the media accusing politicians of incompetently handling legislation and, in some cases, corruption.
The article took lethal aim at liberal hawks who had argued that the Iraq War was the right idea; it had just been executed incompetently.
I've had the technicalities explained and slow loading has something to do with the incompetently slow webbie using Flash.
Written in a somewhat jocular style, this book describes a variety of "stupid wars" from European and American history, by which the authors seem to mean ill-planned, incompetently handled, or just plain ill-advised conflicts.
Not only were his requests for self-exclusion incompetently implemented - in contrast to all the other major bookmakers who the claimant asked to exclude him and who adhered to this request - but William Hill also negligently sought to encourage the claimant to go on betting sprees of hundreds of thousands of pounds at a time with greater and greater sums of money, and in circumstances strictly controlled by them, to ensure maximum revenue," said Miss Day.
They don't understand why somebody who has behaved so incompetently could keep his job.