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incapacious

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Pronunciation: /ɪnkəˈpeɪʃəs
 
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Definition of incapacious in English:

adjective

Narrow and confined: an incapacious public house two views of life were lodged in the corporal’s incapacious head
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  • These are fundamental defects, and are usually associated with a relatively feeble digestion, weak heart and incapacious lungs.
  • It is important for you not to put too many accents or ornaments in the room because it can make the small living room become much more incapacious.
  • We often need to begin by disabusing our education grad students of such incapacious ways of thinking about curriculum.

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