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unequipped Line breaks: un|equipped
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪˈkwɪpt/

Definition of unequipped in English:

adjective

[predicative]
Not equipped with the necessary items or skills: kids unequipped to deal with the situation
More example sentences
  • The knock-on effect is that the streets are sewers of foul-smelling rubbish and discarded flyers, with which the council seems woefully unequipped and disinclined to deal.
  • At the same time, however, the city has a solid, and seemingly intractable core of families caught in the poverty trap, living on benefits, untrained and unequipped for the job market.
  • And this can leave us unequipped to deal with just those problems for which new facts and analysis are most needed.

Words that rhyme with unequipped

conscript, crypt, encrypt, harelipped, hipped, script, unwhipped

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