unrecommendable

unrecommendable

(ʌnˌrɛkəˈmɛndəbəl)
adj
not able to be recommended, supported, or endorsed
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A message reached him in Atlanta, for example, in May 1921, when one of his staffers telegraphed an advance report about an upcoming sale: 'Vases Greek, condition good, shape correct, design tallies with drawings in original book of Hamilton collection sold in 1801, but history clouded, the Metropolitan is not interested and cynical; University of Pennsylvania pronounces repainted; I ink repainted unrecommendable.' (13) Hearst was recognised internationally as one of the most active buyers at auction, and by 1923, his gigantic apartment in New York boasted 'one upper room [with] a museum of treasures of archeology--pottery, small bas reliefs, statuettes & jewelry from ancient Greece and--South America!
CONCLUSION: Unrecommendable, except for if you want to show would-be-authors and academics how not to do it.