Meaning of incapably in English:

incapably

adverb

See incapable

‘Apparently, it wouldn't do to have him - previously best known for being found incapably drunk in Leicester Square two years ago, and now a Bristol University student - staying in mere digs.’
  • ‘The actor playing Caliban gets incapably drunk, and Alice, who knows the play by heart, agrees to take his place.’
  • ‘A description of the time quotes: ‘the inhabitants paraded the place incapably drunk‘.’
  • ‘It was late before they separated; the man Gray was incapably drunk.’
  • ‘She's said to have public breakdowns, violent spasms, and the mumbling and grumbling of those less sane and incapably inept.’