|1.||Lacking in ability or qualification for the purpose or end in view; not large enough to contain or hold; deficient in physical strength, mental or moral power, etc.; not capable; |
|2.||Not capable of being brought to do or perform, because morally strong or well disposed; - used with reference to some evil; |
|3.||Not in a state to receive; not receptive; not susceptible; not able to admit; |
|4.||(Law) Unqualified or disqualified, in a legal sense; |
|5.||(Mil.) As a term of disgrace, sometimes annexed to a sentence when an officer has been cashiered and rendered incapable of serving his country.|
|n.||1.||One who is morally or mentally weak or inefficient; an imbecile; a simpleton.|
|Adj.||1.||incapable - (followed by `of') lacking capacity or ability; "incapable of carrying a tune"; "he is incapable of understanding the matter"; "incapable of doing the work"|
capable - (usually followed by `of') having capacity or ability; "capable of winning"; "capable of hard work"; "capable of walking on two feet"
|2.||incapable - not being susceptible to or admitting of something (usually followed by `of'); "incapable of solution"|
|3.||incapable - lacking the necessary skill or knowledge etc.; "an incapable helper"|
|4.||incapable - (followed by `of') not having the temperament or inclination for; "simply incapable of lying"|
capable - (followed by `of') having the temperament or inclination for; "no one believed her capable of murder"
|5.||incapable - not meeting requirements; "unequal to the demands put upon him"|