unsuitableness

[ uhn-soo-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsuitableness
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Disparity of ages and unsuitableness of dispositions—what was it Fellingham said?

All the rest are in gradations of unsuitableness and fret and boredom.

Including miscellaneous imbecility and unsuitableness as well as moral indecorum.

The increase of business and the unsuitableness of location rendered it necessary to change the place for holding the courts.

Those with an asterisk are little used for building, either on account of their cost, scarcity, or unsuitableness for the purpose.

The unsuitableness in point of natural feeling between scenes of mourning and scenes of liveliness did not at all present itself.

Nor must impatience make either of them ungroundedly despair of the cure of any unsuitableness which is really curable.

There never was a large slave population in the Northern States, owing to the unsuitableness of the climate.

The provision itself admits either the possible fallibility of rates or their unsuitableness to changing conditions.

Neither is Desdemona to be altogether condemned for the unsuitableness of the person whom she selected for her lover.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from un- (1) "not" + suitable. Related: Unsuitably; unsuitability.

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