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unaccomplished Line breaks: un|accom¦plished
Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈkʌmplɪʃt/
/ʌnəˈkɒmplɪʃt/

Definition of unaccomplished in English:

adjective

1Showing little skill: an unaccomplished poet
More example sentences
  • However, the oft-times champions struggled to come to terms with rather unaccomplished opponents, and they only scored twice in the opening 14 minutes.
  • They call him ‘a disingenuous, unaccomplished liberal.’
  • He is an unaccomplished young cleric who has no chance to prosper through the normal channels of scholarly advancement.
Synonyms
2Not accomplished or carried out.
Example sentences
  • If it's possible to go the moon, it must also be possible to accomplish any unaccomplished goal.
  • Within the marble-walled palace there is an aching sense of a mission unaccomplished.
  • I was about to leave, my planned interview with Commissioner Regis unaccomplished - he was out - when a furious woman marched in.
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Words that rhyme with unaccomplished

unpublished

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