unsuitableness

NOUN
  1. the quality of having the wrong properties for a specific purpose
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How To Use unsuitableness In A Sentence

  • Very soon after he was appointed his weakness and unsuitableness for the place of Collector became evident.
  • The limited amount of means at my disposal, and the unsuitableness, and inadequacy of my present attainments forbade me to seek for the Professorship of Civil Engineering.
  • Neither is Desdemona to be altogether condemned for the unsuitableness of the person whom she selected for her lover.
  • This was taken almost universally to be evidence of her temper and instability, and therefore, somehow, her husband's unsuitableness for office.
  • It's one of the anomalies and the unsuitableness, I guess, of this modern audio/visual world.
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