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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill-preparedˌill-preˈpared adjective  not ready for somethingill-prepared for The country was ill-prepared for war.
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ill-preparedI arrived perplexed, cold and totally ill-prepared as a young naval officer at Wilhelmshaven that winter.By historical standards, companies and consumers look badly over-borrowed and ill-prepared for a downturn.Concentrating on the trapped defenders, the Chaos army was ill-prepared for this fresh assault from Magnus's army.But inadequate and ill-prepared though she felt, she knew she could not turn back now.But it was too late - the meeting was ill-prepared to discuss the item.They went to ill-prepared, unfinished blocks, often without furniture or bedding.
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