unequipped

[ UK /ʌnɪkwˈɪpt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without necessary physical or intellectual equipment
    guerrillas unequipped for a pitched battle
    unequipped for jobs in a modern technological society
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How To Use unequipped In A Sentence

  • People who are undereducated often feel unequipped to participate in the political process.
  • But more horrifying still would be a military unable or unequipped to deal with the Forces of Terror.
  • Indeed, more than ready, and we will not send you out into the world unequipped.
  • But unlike Mr. Jack I was neither a doctor nor a surgeon, and thus I was unequipped to deal with the trickiness of human anatomy.
  • Her story is a compelling example of what can happen to migrant women who are unequipped socially and economically to deal with their new role.
  • If we continue to allow our fears to overwhelm us, then we may create a generation completely unequipped to cope with the travails of their own lives.
  • Most of the criticism reserved for former health minister Clarke is that at 61 he is past his sell-by date and somehow unequipped for today's challenges.
  • Grounded once more, suddenly I feel unequipped to handle these celebrations. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • The unpaid, unequipped and untrained army was to be inspired by feelings of patriotism and nationalism.
  • In a way, it feels like a hypercube: a shape that mere 3-dimensional beings are fundamentally unequipped to perceive as a whole.
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