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- v. Present participle of unsuit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not suiting; not suitable.
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For a moment that she thought she saw lust in Raddol's eyes, but unsuiting is not undressing, she told herself.
For it would be much better for us to have something of the unsuiting passion of dauntedness and fear conjoined and intermixed with our sentiments of a deity, than while we fly from it, to leave ourselves neither hope, content, nor assurance in the enjoyment of our good things nor any recourse to God in our adversity and misfortunes.
Then he went through the ritual of unsuiting, placing the empty metallic cloth skin in its holding slot in his copious closet and setting the storage unit for a standard clean and check.
AS one was not anciently to want a wedding-garment at a marriage feast, so now-a-days wilfully to wear gaudy clothes at a funeral is justly censurable as unsuiting with the occasion.