Or maybe the sales supervisor and manager are also inept
2 : lacking in skill or ability <an inept
The film documents the experience of 10 teens, including Thomas, a magnetic 18-year-old who chants to Jesus twice a day; Christine, 16, a devout inept
loner; and Scancy, 17, a bisexual punker who comes to camp questioning her religion.
Kleopatra's narrow escape provides an experience giving her a passion for saving her deteriorating country from its inept
and exploitative overlords.
Declarative sentences, usually brightly painted on salvaged wood and reveling in the inept
graphic flourishes of a novice sign-writer, are the tragicomic bedrock of the Smiths' art.
Field managers, both military and corporate, bemoan the practice of passing onto the field inept
employees of good character.
Pink with embarrassment at this public exposure of seriously inept
typing I attempted to change the entry.
Malevolence, the team's strong man; The Cosmopolitan, an inept
magician: Meridian, wielder of the Meridian Effect and chronicler of the adventures of Penny Rabbit: and Recoil.
While Sean and Lily carry baggage that make them both feel inept
at caring for the kids, the children have woes as manifested by Charlie's reading problems even before his parents die.
The CCNV was good at creating events that attracted sympathetic media coverage in contrast to the Reagan administration's inept
attempts to deny the problem or blame its victims.
Oxes exponentially go beyond the stage of noodling like they are socially inept
The study by Hyde and Peretz about people inept
at all things musical ("Brain roots of music depreciation," SN: 5/8/04, p.
Grown-ups consistently let these kids down, and Eddie takes whatever fathering or mothering he can get, whether it's from the sad, bruised, beloved prostitute Tessa, or other inept
Their cause was primarily deliberate neglect and astonishingly inept
forest management practices.