[ US /ənˈsutɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˈuːtɪd/ ]
  1. not easy to combine harmoniously
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How To Use unsuited In A Sentence

  • Their still sleek coats show that these are not tough strays but pets, unsuited to the lonely arts of survival. Times, Sunday Times
  • Using sortition to fill a single-person office could easily lead to choosing a person unsuited for the job.
  • Critics worry that despite all the fixes, the complex design may still be unsuited to the rigors of real war.
  • Some pratt named Billy Joe Armstrong came out and proved he's unsuited to public speaking, when introducing a number from a show called American Idiot. Tallulah Morehead: Actors, Singers, Dancers, Christians and a Republican. The 2010 Tony Awards Show roasted.
  • The snow cruiser proved hopelessly unsuited to Antarctic conditions.
  • Liberman realised Kurt was unsuited to office life, but offered him a contract anyway.
  • She said yesterday that she found her portfolio unsuited to her interests and wanted to work on the London Child Poverty Commission.
  • Areas unsuited for cultivation are used to graze large herds of sheep, cattle, and goats.
  • In many ways he was unsuited to the life of a country parson, and he chafed under the restrictions.
  • An academic boycott is a political act with a political goal, and if it is unsuited to the purpose then it is bad politics.
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