unsuited


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not suited to a given purpose

Synonyms for unsuited

not easy to combine harmoniously

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As he was so communicative, I felt that reserve on my part would be a bad return unsuited to our years.
I may not change the faith of my fathers like a garment unsuited to the climate in which I seek to dwell, and unhappy, lady, I will not be.
Crawford, and said, "It is not merely in temper that I consider him as totally unsuited to myself; though, in that respect, I think the difference between us too great, infinitely too great: his spirits often oppress me; but there is something in him which I object to still more.
We wish to converse on high topics unsuited for your ear."
There is no lack of comfortable furnished apartments in Portsmouth, and no difficulty in finding some that are proportionate to very slender finances; but the former were too good, and the latter too bad, and they went into so many houses, and came out unsuited, that Nicholas seriously began to think he should be obliged to ask permission to spend the night in the theatre, after all.
This city, which is absolutely unsuited to the poet-author of 'Zarathustra', and for the choice of which I was not responsible, made me inordinately miserable.
This definition is framed for the purposes of biology, and is in some respects unsuited to the needs of psychology.
Gentlemen, he was a most excellent man, a most gentle, tender, and estimable man, with the simplicity of a child; but would he, though unsuited for most other places, do for that place?
However, her subsequent form has not reached the same level and she appeared unsuited by soft ground last time out.
Debbie Lloyd, who was acting manager of the Allerton Lodge Home, Brynford, near Holywell, before it was shut down, was "wholly unsuited" to the role.
They will take the place of the old polluting vehicles, which had no air conditioning and were unsuited to the needs of elderly or disabled passengers in Georgia's capital.
ur s-d" der Meanwhile, Labour grandee Lord Hattersley condemned Mr Corbyn as "unsuited" for the role of leader and claimed Labour was in a worse position than in 1983 when Margaret Thatcher won aa a landslide victory.
"Looking for Alaska," by John Green; reasons: offensive language, sexually explicit and unsuited for age group.
Sir Mark Prescott's three-year-old disappointed in fifth, but appeared unsuited by the muddling pace and looks capable of better off a low mark.
Offensive language, sexually explicit, and unsuited for age group.