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Adjective(1) not limited or restricted(2) not meeting the proper standards and requirements and training(3) legally not qualified or sufficient(4) having no right or entitlement
(1) Not only is this a fiscal travesty but, more importantly, our health care decisions are being made by unqualified persons with purely fiscally based agendas.(2) Do you want totally unqualified people to continue offering the same services as you offer, while some very well qualified people can't even be registered in Ontario?(3) We know she will make a great success of this venture, as she has the unqualified support of her family and friends.(4) As far as we are concerned, this week has been nothing but an unqualified success.(5) Professional members seeking mandatory licensing argue that their scope of practice must be defined broadly to prevent unqualified people from engaging in any aspect of their practice.(6) The new policy addressed the concern of patronage appointments of unqualified people to the governing boards of post-secondary institutions, but stopped short of creating a fully elected board.(7) By the time he was done, the first four cups were a bit cool, but the operation was, in essence, a completely unqualified success.(8) There are few doctors and hospitals, and many unqualified persons practice a form of medicine at private facilities, especially in Mogadishu and other cities.(9) The commander in charge called it an unqualified and absolute success.(10) Price admits to being unqualified to write about football, and others would agree about his lack of credentials, but some of his descriptions of action and events on the field are superb.(11) It is politics that hires the unqualified person to do a job that requires a highly seasoned person, skilled in design, who can make sound design decisions.(12) For truth in this sense could presumably be ascribed with as much justification to the convictions of an atheist as to those of a theist if the former's attachment to his atheism was sufficiently profound and unqualified .(13) The town of Charlestown can be rightly proud of its St Patrick's Day Parade as it was without doubt an unqualified and total success.(14) I'm horrendously unqualified for this sort of job, but I reckon it'd be a real laugh having a gay introductions agency.(15) A short term goal of 13% would be appropriate without running the risk of hiring unqualified people.(16) Truant soon discovers that there is no such film, and even if there were, Zampano was unqualified to write a critique: He was blind.
(1) unqualify :: unqualify
1. untrained ::
2. unsuitable ::
3. unconditional ::
4. unentitled ::
5. incompetent ::
1. able ::
2. capable ::
3. competent ::
4. expert ::
5. fit ::
6. qualified ::
7. skillful ::
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