[ UK /ʌnfˈɪtɪŋ/ ]
not in keeping with what is correct or proper
completely inappropriate behavior
How To Use unfitting In A Sentence
- Twenty years later, the PCI now only a memory, Asor Rosa would compose a melancholy balance sheet of the Italian left, to which he and Tronti have remained in their own fashion faithful, while Cacciari today is an ornament of the right of the Democratic Party, combining - not unfittingly for an admirer of Wittgenstein - mysticism and technicism in a politics otherwise much like that of New Labour. London Review of Books
- The remote village in Nalgonda district is an almost unfitting backdrop for the swank school building.
- Perhaps Masaccio inserted the least creditable event in St Julian's life as a warning against reckless anger, yet it seems unfitting in an altarpiece partly in the saint's honour.
- For such entertainments altogether enervate the minds of people, insensibly leading them into effeminacy, and unfitting them to endure those hardships, and fatigues, which must necessarily be undergone, to bring any province to perfection. A Renegade History of the United States
- There's something not quite unfitting about Microsoft relocating people to Europe's last dictatorship.
- However, the country of origin effects of those unfitting product concepts did not lead to brand dilution like the brand name of neutral descriptive.
- It's an unfitting end to Catlett's 30-year career.
- It was a tawdry and unfitting end, for both sides.
- Jinx grew up knowing that Sir Irwin cared for him, and that most other humans thought it strange and unfitting for a knight to keep such a pet.
- It would, he thought with a smile, be most unfitting to explode on landing under the circumstances.