incompetence in a sentence

They merely show the abysmal incompetence of the authorities.

His incompetence began to irritate everyone.

Your incompetence has cost us this contract.

Is his failure ascribable to incompetence or to bad luck?

The teacher’s students rallied around her when she was threatened with dismissal for incompetence.

Dora Russell once observed that marriage laws, the police, armies and navies are the mark of human incompetence.

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Peter once suggested that in a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence.

George Weinberg once noted that giving up reinforces a sense of incompetence, whereas going on gives you a commitment to success.

I had never seen such a glaring example of incompetence as with this computer instructor who didn’t even seem to know the basics of working with a spreadsheet.

George Weinberg once said you must never give up what you’re trying to do because giving up reinforces a sense of incompetence, whereas going on gives you a commitment to success.

I listened to endless stories of Greek incompetence, corruption and privilege.

So Trump tells us that the American people are merely “tired” of incompetence.