What is the opposite of accomplished?

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Opposite of highly trained or skilled in a particular activity
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Opposite of having or showing a taste for the fine arts and gracious living
Opposite of not capable of being challenged or proved wrong
Opposite of marked by accolades, or having favorable opportunities
“He remained a largely anonymous actor, having failed to score any roles of note in Hollywood.”
Opposite of brought or having come to an end
“Pritchard was in no mood to deal with the unfinished construction of the new bridge.”
Opposite of having or involving a great deal of knowledge or skill in a particular area
“In inexpert hands, inappropriate investigation often takes precedence.”
Opposite of exceptionally clever or talented
“I have a stupid cat, but I still love him.”
Opposite of bearing good value, worth or reliability
“I will tell you in good faith, Sir, that this is a worthless investment, and your money is better spent elsewhere.”
Opposite of brought to an end
“After many years, his masterpiece was still incomplete. And yet, nobody dared to rush his genius.”
Opposite of high quality
“It is a substandard acquisition that is draining our finances.”
Opposite of recognized for one's experience and history in a particular field
“Bruce's band would remain relatively unknown in the music scene until they performed at the Bottom Line Club in New York.”
Opposite of gained by personal exertion
Opposite of elegant and cultured in appearance, manner, or taste
Opposite of showing creativity or original thought
Opposite of having many sides
Opposite of to have accepted or received, typically something awarded
“She had worked hard and tried her best, but ultimately failed at winning a medal during the tournament.”
Opposite of to have carried out an action to the end
“I abandoned my search for the perfect wife.”
Opposite of to have achieved a given rank, level or status
“He fell short of lieutenant in the police force and would finish his career as Sergeant.”
Opposite of past tense for to achieve or complete successfully
“She would designate this day as the day she would begin her new diet on the way to a healthier body.”
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