ill-assorted


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ill-assorted

adj
badly matched; incompatible
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ill-assorted

adjective incompatible, incongruous, unsuited, mismatched, uncongenial, inharmonious funny stories about ill-assorted people who had to share cabins
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ill-assorted

[ˈɪləˈsɔːtɪd] ADJmal avenido

ill-assorted

[ɪləˈsɔːtɪd] adjmal assortito/a
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I had often wondered why that ill-assorted pair had married, but just that explanation had never occurred to me.
The ill-assorted and injudicious attire of the individual only served to render his awkwardness more conspicuous.
But I also know,' pursued the old gentleman, 'the misery, the slow torture, the protracted anguish of that ill-assorted union.
Never, I sincerely believe, were two more ill-assorted persons united in the bonds of matrimony than the prisoner at the bar and his deceased wife.
I tried to read, but my thoughts would wander off to our strange quest and to the ill-assorted and villainous pair whom we were pursuing.
The whole were attired in such motley, ill-assorted, extraordinary garments, as would have been irresistibly ridiculous, but for the foul appearance of dirt, disorder, and disease, with which they were associated.
As she was boasting now of her piety, so she had boasted then of her lost faith and hope, and had mockingly declared her free-thinking opinions to be the result of her ill-assorted marriage.
Come now, Hattersley, I can't allow that,' said that gentleman, stepping up to the ill-assorted couple.
The innocent beauty of her face was not as innocent to me as it had been; I mistrusted the natural grace and charm of her manner; and when I looked at Agnes by her side, and thought how good and true Agnes was, suspicions arose within me that it was an ill-assorted friendship.
However, it is not really oddity nor a whim that forbids me to mingle ill-assorted colors and put together things that have no affinity, and compels me to avoid discords; it is my natural instinct as an artist.
And when I used to fear--I did fear once, John, I was very young you know--that ours might prove to be an ill-assorted marriage, I being such a child, and you more like my guardian than my husband; and that you might not, however hard you tried, be able to learn to love me, as you hoped and prayed you might; its Chirp, Chirp, Chirp has cheered me up again, and filled me with new trust and confidence.
While it might not seem that feminism and Zionism were ill-assorted, activist Linda Sarsour made that exact argument during an interview with Haaretz in March.