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incapable adj.

VERBS appear, be, feel, prove, seem | become | make sb, render sb The wine had made him incapable of thinking clearly. | adjudge sb, deem sb

ADV. absolutely, completely, quite, totally, utterly, wholly | almost | largely | clearly | inherently | constitutionally, temperamentally She was constitutionally incapable of bad temper. | physically He was apparently physically incapable of lowering his voice. | mentally This type of arrangement remains valid even if you become mentally incapable.

PREP. of Computers are incapable of creative thought.