unappropriate


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unappropriate

(ˌʌnəˈprəʊprɪət)
adj
1. not appropriate or suitable
2. not allocated or appropriated to any one person or group
vb (tr)
3. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to remove from private ownership and return to public ownership
4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to remove from private ownership and return to public ownership
References in classic literature ?
It might be that he lived a more real life within his thoughts than amid the unappropriate environment of the Collector's office.
It can cause lack of attention to the hygienic issues; by providing unappropriate imagination that arises irresponsibility for the health and mainly nutrition complications generate from the incorrect diet patterns.
diplomatic cables by the internet site Wikileaks, Prime Minister Erdogan said, "those cables include extremely unappropriate and unpleasant expressions about Turkey and other countries.
I doubt he's ogling them or staring at them in an unappropriate manner.
I felt it was unappropriate that the old board should decide who the new board was going to be working with,'' said Trustee Ron Speakman, who was the only board member to vote against the motion not to renew LaCouture's contract.
The present maladies are the outcome of unappropriate actions which could have been avoided, had rigorous implications of various decisions and actions with pros and cons been studied.
1) Because of differences in tranlating current E&P and dividends, the total unappropriate E&P requested on Schedule G is probably a fictitious number and would not reconcile with the taxpayer's financial statements or accumulated E&P under section 902 or 964.