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- adj. That is not fitting for its purpose
- adj. Improper
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not fitting; unsuitable; unbecoming.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not in keeping with what is correct or proper
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Zamber was a lot more impressive XD Not that Riot was lacking, but I remember finding Nana's "Pray" as a background song to that scene kind of unfitting and stuff, plus the way the whole scene ended was kinda meh, so yeah, Zamber brings back nicer memories: p Plus it's big and cool!
For such entertainments altogether enervate the minds of people, insensibly leading them into effeminacy, and unfitting them to endure those hardships, and fatigues, which must necessarily be undergone, to bring any province to perfection.
When the newspaper, whose motto is "All the news that's fit to print", discusses how Palin's jacket fits instead of how few of her policies benefit women -- it's unfitting.
This behavior is unfitting for any member of Congress or their Congressional staff and represents a threat to the First Amendment rights of all citizens.
For the first time, he took responsibility and apologized for his crimes, calling some of his comments on government wiretaps "childish" and unfitting of a governor.
Such despair is unfitting for the greatest nation the world has ever known.
Associated Press Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno But it seems unfitting to put the Penn State scandal atop any list, even if it's not purely a list of superlatives.
Such a rating is unfitting of the greatest and most prosperous nation the world has ever known.
It is therefore not entirely unfitting that an extract from the Frenchman's most famous work, Madame Bovary, graces the pages of the latest issue of Playboy.
The suspicion is strong that the civil-rights struggle and an unpopular war were deemed to be unfitting introductory themes for a typical Getty viewer.