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unfitted

[ uhn-fit ]SEE DEFINITION OF unfitted

Synonyms for unfitted

  • amateurish
  • helpless
  • inadequate
  • incapable
  • ineffectual
  • inefficient
  • inept
  • inexperienced
  • unqualified
  • unskilled
  • useless
  • amateur
  • raw
  • awkward
  • bungling
  • bush-league
  • clumsy
  • disqualified
  • floundering
  • ineligible
  • inexpert
  • insufficient
  • maladroit
  • not cut out for
  • not equal to
  • not have it
  • out to lunch
  • unadapted
  • unequipped
  • unfit
  • unhandy
  • uninitiated
  • unproficient
  • untrained
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Antonyms for unfitted

  • able
  • capable
  • competent
  • expert
  • qualified
  • skilled
  • strong
  • useful
  • adept
  • dexterous
  • effective
  • efficient
  • experienced
  • proficient
  • skillful
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNFITTED

His fancy on the subject is a wild one, though not unfitted for the poet.

Children who live away from home are unfitted for domestic life.

For the law, diplomacy had unfitted him; for diplomacy he already knew too much.

I shall show that the sordidness of the struggle has not unfitted me to use the victory.

The eccentricities of John Randolph unfitted him for leadership.

A muddy, marshy, unhealthy spot, it was unfitted for a city.

You will find that your life with us will have unfitted you for this.

But parents complained that it unfitted them for the fields.

They blamed not him but the disastrous training that had unfitted him for the command of men.

He would never give up his world, and he had said she was unfitted for his.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, "not suitable" (in reference to things), from un- (1) "not" + past participle of fit (see fit (adj.)). Related: Unfitness. In reference to persons or human qualities, attested from 1550s. The verb meaning "to render unfit" is recorded from 1610s.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNFITTED

incompetent

adjectiveunskillful, unable

unable

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