un·qual·i·fied /ˌən-'kwä-lə-ˌfīd/ adj: not qualified

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I (not competent) adjective deficient, disqualified, ill-qualified, inadequate, incapable, incompetent, ineffective, inefficient, ineligible, inept, inexperienced, inexpert, unable, unadapted, uneffective, unequipped, unfit, unprepared, unready, unsuited associated concepts: unqualified opinion II (unlimited) adjective absolute, allencompassing, boundless, complete, consummate, downright, full, illimitable, immoderate, limitless, measureless, not modified, outright, plenary, summus, sweeping, total, unbound, unchecked, unconditional, unconstrained, uncontrolled, unmitigated, unmodified, unreserved, unrestrained, unrestricted, unsparing, unstinted, utter associated concepts: unqualified acceptance, unqualified ownership III index absolute (complete), affirmative, categorical, certain (positive), clear (certain), complete (all-embracing), comprehensive, decisive, definite, demonstrable, disabled (deprived of legal right), disabled (made incapable), free (not restricted), inadept, inadmissible, inapplicable, inapt, incapable, incompetent, ineligible, inept (inappropriate), inept (incompetent), inexperienced, insufficient, omnibus, outright, peremptory (absolute), plenary, positive (incontestable), powerless, stark, thorough, total, unable, unconditional, unequivocal, unfit, unmitigated, unrestricted, unversed, unworthy

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • unqualified — [unkwôl′ə fīd΄] adj. 1. lacking the necessary or desirable qualifications; not fit 2. not limited or modified; absolute [an unqualified success] unqualifiedly [un kwôl′əfī΄id lē] adv …   English World dictionary

  • unqualified — (adj.) 1550s, not having necessary qualifications, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + pp. of QUALIFY (Cf. qualify). Meaning not modified or limited is recorded from 1796 …   Etymology dictionary

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  • unqualified — adj. 1) unqualified for 2) unqualified to + inf. (she is unqualified to work as a teacher) * * * [ʌn kwɒlɪfaɪd] unqualified for unqualified to + inf. (she is unqualified to work as a teacher) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • unqualified — [[t]ʌ̱nkwɒ̱lɪfaɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ If you are unqualified, you do not have any qualifications, or you do not have the right qualifications for a particular job. She was unqualified for the job... Unqualified members of staff at the hospital were not… …   English dictionary

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