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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unsuit.
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Their nonexistence unsuits them to play this role.
At first no more than a way to earn a rather precarious living in a country she had loved at sight, this 'unruly, benign kind of agriculture' quickly became an occupation 'with such a wild, anarchistic, raffish appeal that it unsuits me for any other, except possibly robbing banks.'