Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Has he a defect of temper that unfits him to live in society?

A circumstance has occurred to-night, which unfits me for these debates.

Unbelief ever unfits us for the place of service, and renders us useless.

The headache, which unfits us for our ordinary occupation, is more than a headache.

It is the speciality of a soldier's career that it unfits most men for any other life.

Dwelling on this idea unmans me—unfits me for sterner duties.

It proves that he's unfit for his work, and it unfits you for yours.

It unfits them for the duties of life, and for the society of the pure and the good.

"This unfits me for my calling," said he, one day, as he scrambled into the cart and drove off.

Excess in the marriage relation impoverishes the body, mind and soul and unfits for true parentage those who practice such excess.