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Some of the faults observed are that they are as yet unadapted to the "heavy and pace-set labor in the steel mills."
This was a face peculiarly unadapted to sculpture; but as a piece of modeling it was the best, and it was admirable.
RODERICK HUDSONHENRY JAMES
It was an absurd arrangement in peace-time, and one that was wholly unadapted to the conditions of a great war.
If the nuclei are altogether unadapted to each other, sterility occurs, as in the sexual nuclei of distinct species.
HOMO-CULTUREMARTIN LUTHER HOLBROOK
It is a soul tragedy for a man to attempt a career for which he is physically unadapted.
CIVICS AND HEALTHWILLIAM H. ALLEN
That they were physically unadapted to the profession was obvious enough in many cases.
BAMBIMARJORIE BENTON COOKE
The artists whose basis of art is the unadapted child, may, perhaps, be classed as the 'realists' among children's illustrators.
ENGLISH BOOK-ILLUSTRATION OF TO-DAYROSE ESTHER DOROTHEA SKETCHLEY
I could think of them only as insincere imitators of customs wholly unadapted to their present lives and country.
JUNGLE PEACEWILLIAM BEEBE
In English the unadapted form “major” is the title of a military officer now ranking between a captain and a lieutenant-colonel.
A foreign plant may not necessarily be unadapted to another locality.

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