Definition of inept:
lunatic, daft, good, absurd, bungling, inapposite, unwieldy, incongruous, no good, inapt, screwball, silly, fool, inappropriate, indecorous, cumbrous, ill-chosen, bubbleheaded, featherheaded, embarrassing, jerky, unbefitting, unworkmanlike, nonsensical, improper, kooky, simpleminded, incapable, fatuous, unenviable, half-witted, cockeyed, loony, amateur, witless, infelicitous, gawky, awful, daffy, half-baked, harebrained, agree, unqualified, wacky, unhappy, incompetent, amiss, fumbled, clumsy, zany, unapt, usual, inexpert, fumbling, lumpish, sticky, brainless, stupid, insane, dotty, clunky, heavy-handed, malapropos, maladroit, ability, balmy, untactful, incorrect, ungainly, unwise, untoward, feckless, cuckoo, unseemly, crackpot, nutty, uneasy, klutzy, unfitted, senseless, graceless, perverse, someone couldn't do something if they tried, helpless, sappy, cumbersome, awkward, bunglesome, inappropriate, weak-minded, dippy, lunkheaded, asinine, tactless, unfortunate, unable, ill at ease, unskilled, crazy, gauche, ungraceful, poor, unbecoming, preposterous, bumbling, gauche, botched, tomfool, wrong, mad.
- inexpedient (part of speech: adjective)
- unskillful (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Glands Regulating Personality", Louis Berman, M.D..
- "The White Knight: Tirant lo Blanc", Joanot Martorell and Marti Johan d'Galba.
- "Life of John Keats", William Michael Rossetti.