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  • n. The state or condition of being unsuited.


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unsuited +‎ -ness


  • This guy is just plain careless and considering his background he is showing distinct unsuitedness for high office.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Dale Peterson Ad

  • Better execution and care taken with those adjunct stories would help immensely, in my opinion, and might go some to assuage their apparent unsuitedness.

    The immersion model of meaning

  • And not in the good way -- the way where you KNOW something doesn't suit you, but it makes you so happy that the wearing of it casts a glow, a glamour of happiness over you that cancels out the unsuitedness -- but in the way where I look like somebody's least-liked bridesmaid.

    August 2007

  • Hence, like HPL's other literary-critical essay in the form of a mediocre story, "Celephaïs", it suffers from Lovecraft's essential unsuitedness for writing in the style he thought he should.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Still, no one can fail to recognise its magnificence, and its peculiar unsuitedness to the display of Koons’ cheap and childish artefacts I mean cheap in the moral, not the financial, sense, of course

    Art for the short-sighted « Anglican Samizdat


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