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They were resigned for better or worse to Prince Lambert, whose … unsuitability to be heir to the throne we need not discuss.
ROYAL HIGHNESSTHOMAS MANN
In this case the kings objection to one person and the unsuitability of the other led to the appointment of a third.
Even Kate could not hide the eminent unsuitability of the feast itself to its elegant surroundings.
THE MAKING OF A SOULKATHLYN RHODES
They are frequently handicapped by distance, extremes of climate, and unsuitability to the British constitution.
THE KHEDIVE'S COUNTRYGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
She left her simple hat and coat with a maid, aware of their unsuitability for the place and hour.
A MAN'S HEARTHELEANOR M. INGRAM
These conditions were unsuitability of costume, the conduct of an unruly audience, and the meanness of the mounting.
OUR STAGE AND ITS CRITICS"E.F.S." OF "THE WESTMINSTER GAZETTE"
Firstly, with a limited reference to its unsuitability to these pages.
But on enquiry at Wilton the unsuitability of this person became apparent.
There can be no disparity in marriage like unsuitability of mind and purpose.
There can be no disparity in marriage, like unsuitability of mind and purpose.

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