Lack of skill.

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monst* Advice
* Conduct Manner of action.
calj* Council Group of persons assembled for advice or authority.
* Cunning Skill employed in a shrewd or sly manner,
aeq* Direction (Voluntary Action)
* Director Agent of direction.
* Precept
* Proficient Essive of skill.
* Skill
* Unskillfulness Lack of skill.

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Complex Voluntary Action

Conduct.
Direction.
Director.
Advice.
Council. [Generative of advice.]
Precept.
Skill.
Unskillfulness. [Lack of skill.]
Proficient. [Essive of skill.]
Bungler. [Abessive of skill.]
Cunning.
Artlessness. [Absence of cunning.]

Mistake

Mistake Miss, fault, blunder, cross-purposes, oversight, misprint, erratum, corrigendum, slip, blot, flaw, loose thread; trip, stumble (failure) [See Failure]; botchery (want of skill) [See Unskillfulness].
[from Guilt:] Indiscretion, lapse, slip, trip, faux pas [F.], peccadillo; flaw, blot, omission, failing, failure; blunder."

Unskillfulness synonyms

UNSKILLFULNESS or unskilfulness &c. adj.; want of skill [See Skill]; incompetence or incompetency; inability, infelicity, indexterity [rare], clumsiness, inaptitude &c. adj.; inexperience; disqualification, unproficiency; quackery.\n FOLLY, stupidity [See Imbecility. Folly]; indiscretion (rashness) [See Rashness]; thoughtlessness (inattention) [See Inattention], (neglect) [See Neglect]; sabotage [F.].\n MISMANAGEMENT, misconduct, mis- feasance; inexpedience, bad policy, impolicy; maladministration; misrule, misgovernment, misapplication, misdirection.\n ABSENCE OF RULE, rule of thumb; bungling &c. v.; failure [See Failure]; screw loose; too many cooks.\n BLUNDER (mistake) [See Error]; étourderie [F.], gaucherie [F.], act of folly, balourdise [F.], bungle, botch, botchery; bad job, sad work.\n BUNGLER [See Bungler]; fool [See Fool].