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inapt (adj.)

"ill-suited to the purpose or occasion," 1734, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + apt. Related: Inaptly; inaptness. Compare inept.

updated on November 05, 2015

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Definitions of inapt from WordNet

inapt (adj.)
not elegant or graceful in expression;
Synonyms: awkward / clumsy / cumbersome / inept / ill-chosen
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