[ UK /ʌnsˌuːtəbˈɪlɪti/ ]
- the quality of having the wrong properties for a specific purpose
How To Use unsuitability In A Sentence
- The Red Shoes Dance Studio has had to move twice since Christmas, the first time as a result of difficulties at York Barbican Centre, the second time because of the Priory Street Centre's unsuitability for tap dancing.
- Street lighting was discussed but the unsuitability in a rural area and the question of cost weighed against any benefit.
- However, even allowing for the unsuitability of his footwear, the attempt on goal that follows is truly awful and Abramovich collapses in fits of laughter as the ball limply trundles wide of the post.
- Concern has been expressed at the unsuitability of the current oratory premises and the people are concerned that the oratory will be permanently closed.
- Residents are firmly behind the building of a sewerage plant but were disappointed that no alternative sites have been looked at for the plant, despite them expressing their objections about the site's unsuitability.
- Unsuitability of organ donation from a patient with a history of melanoma ?
- The freshman phenomenon" mainly shows that the unsuitability to the new environment, the study which lacks goal and direction, and the feeling of setback and being alone.
- But that doesn't excuse the film entirely, given the poor quality of most of the action sequences, the unsuitability of its leading man and the overall tediousness of proceedings.
- His unsuitability showed in his postings -- small towns in the south, not the sought-after cities of the Punjab or United Provinces. A DEATH IN THE FAMILY
- This sandy sloping land had been protected from development prior to 1845, the year Henry built his house, more by its unsuitability to farming and susceptibility to wildfire than by any public sense of sacred value.