untalented


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untalented

(ʌnˈtæləntɪd)
adj
lacking in talent: an untalented but gorgeous actress.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untalented - devoid of talent; not gifted
gifted, talented - endowed with talent or talents; "a gifted writer"
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But they became more vocal when Gutierrez and OBT artistic director James Canfield responded by categorically shrugging off all allegations as the work of the bitter parents of untalented children.
[one] captain was so untalented as to have lost one hundred and ten slaves (fifty-nine men, forty-seven women, four children) to various causes (including suicide) ...
They were, by Young's account, remarkably untalented musicians (Young includes himself) who learned a little on the road.
One fall Saturday afternoon six of us were matched in a hotly contested game, with neither of the equally untalented threesomes able to gain much of an advantage.
Addressing the bulling claims, Evans called his accusers "untalented weasels whose only role in life is dealing in slander about others in order to extend their otherwise moribund existence".
On the bullying claims, Evans called his accusers, "untalented weaselswhose only role in life is dealing in slander".
All our court life revolves around overweight MPs, untalented singers and graduates from TV reality shows," Baunov said.
has lost his sciously beautiful but untalented singer Cheryl Cole.
We have endured nearly 13 years of spend, spend, spend by a government that is incompetent, untalented and not fit for purpose, and thus does not deserve the respect or support of the electorate.
This may be a reflection of the way society increasingly accepts mocking the unfortunate or the untalented, but it's not the sort of message we should be sending to our children.
But Lord Myners' handling of Sir Fred Goodwin's pension has been so untalented he may have left Gordon Brown with only one option.
Once again they perform like a bunch of untalented clowns trying to hit each other with custard pies.