unbefitting

ADJECTIVE
  1. not befitting
    behavior unbefitting a father
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How To Use unbefitting In A Sentence

  • And so her mother left the church and began to let her hair grow again, but stopped wearing necklaces and earrings because jewelry, according to her new pastor at Miracle Spring, was ungodly, unbefitting of a woman of virtue. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | Miracle
  • The first woman dressed elegantly now dresses in clothes too big for her with a dirty cap unbefitting her beauty.
  • Andrew Crossley was already fined by the UK ` s Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) for engaging in conduct unbefitting a solicitor (pdf) back in 2006. ACS:Law — copyright breakers
  • A failure to comply with decisions of the regulatory body was clearly conduct unbefitting a solicitor.
  • Or better yet, retire the pledge as an exercise in groupthink unbefitting a free people.
  • The wise magician then ordered the young prince to spend the day lugging and stacking a pile of huge logs, menial labor unbefitting royalty.
  • These are regarded as unbefitting of an important historical and cultural heritage site or ‘customary’ practice.
  • Mr Newman accepts that it was open to the Tribunal to come to a finding of conduct unbefitting on the basis of recklessness, but such a finding would have had a dramatic effect, he submits, on penalty.
  • Officially, he's the "special adviser for green jobs, enterprise, and innovation," a clunky title unbefitting of a man so who's especially talented at turning a phrase. Slate Magazine
  • It was a repressive occurrence and terribly unbefitting of a class so powerful, articulate and determined as that of Castlemont High, 2001.
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