unfitting


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un·fit

 (ŭn-fĭt′)
adj.
1. Not meant or adapted for a given purpose; inappropriate: a solvent that is unfit for use on wood surfaces.
2. Below the required standard; unqualified: an unfit parent.
3. Not in good physical or mental health.
4. Biology Unable to survive or produce viable offspring in a particular environment.
tr.v. un·fit·ted, un·fit·ting, un·fits
To cause to be unsuited or unqualified: "Having run for president ... often unfits a man for lesser or more useful subsequent work" (Garry Wills).

un·fit′ly adv.
un·fit′ness n.

unfitting

(ʌnˈfɪtɪŋ)
adj
not appropriate or suitable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unfitting - not in keeping with what is correct or properunfitting - not in keeping with what is correct or proper; "completely inappropriate behavior"
incongruous - lacking in harmony or compatibility or appropriateness; "a plan incongruous with reason"; "incongruous behavior"; "a joke that was incongruous with polite conversation"
Translations

unfitting

[ʌnˈfɪtɪŋ] ADJimpropio

unfitting

adj language, behaviourunpassend, unschicklich, unziemlich
References in classic literature ?
When an individual has revolutionized therapeutics by his discovery of the continuous evolution of brain matter, conventional forms are unfitting, since they would seem to limit him to one of a class.
It would be altogether unfitting now to explain that she had not wished her uncle to invite Will Ladislaw.
The Tennessee Fraysers were a practical folk--not practical in the popular sense of devotion to sordid pursuits, but having a robust contempt for any qualities unfitting a man for the wholesome vocation of politics.