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unqualified

adjective
     
un‧qual‧i‧fied
1 not having the right knowledge, experience, or education to do something:
unqualified staff
unqualified for
He was unqualified for the job.
unqualified to do something
I feel unqualified to advise you.
2 [usually before noun] used for emphasizing that a quality is complete and total:
The experiment had not been an unqualified success.
He gave her his unqualified support.
! Do not confuse with disqualified, which means 'officially not allowed to do something': She was disqualified from driving.

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