[ UK /tˈæləntləs/ ]
  1. devoid of talent; not gifted
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How To Use talentless In A Sentence

  • But for the bright red ring itself to throw no reflection, badly-cloned or otherwise... that takes talentlessness. Spider-Man: Meets Squid Boy
  • The bunch on the other side is a talentless and depthless bunch.
  • I'm sorry, Nick, anyone but that insufferable, lying, supercilious, talentless, mediocre, tiny-minded creep Charlie Boy.
  • A solid defense, a clogged neutral zone, and a reliable goaltender can be the key to a talentless team's success.
  • I find the idea of paying $5 to see a bunch of talentless rich kids singing about being working class an insult.
  • That said, a long-serving backbencher who never asks the government anything is probably a strong hint that they are a talentless time-server.
  • I am totally talentless at foreign languages.
  • The reason these people, who seem to be mainly male, talentless, 30-something layabouts, conform to such ideals is because they are simplistic (the ideals, of course).
  • Some articles included Amis's response to the review: ‘I think he's even more of a talentless pipsqueak than I did before.’
  • Private investigators are infiltrating Scottish firms to identify ambitious high-flyers and talentless time-servers for companies planning takeovers.
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