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He felt that he was unsuited to the vulgar bustle of the Bar, for he had discovered that it was not sufficient to put your name on a door to get briefs; and modern politics seemed to lack nobility.
Sometimes-though not often-a man arrives with a constitution unsuited to husks.
Finally, having found the climates of California, Oregon and Washington uniformly unsuited to one of his habits, force of circumstance in the shape of numerous hand-bills adorned with an unflattering half-tone of himself, but containing certain undeniably accurate data such as diameter of skull, length of nose, angle of ear, and the like, drove him still north and west.
He was instructed, when a boy, in the rudiments of almost all the liberal sciences; but his mother diverted him from the study of philosophy, as unsuited to one destined to be an emperor; and his preceptor, Seneca, discouraged him from reading the ancient orators, that he might longer secure his devotion to himself.
The earliest units for measuring became unsuited to the increasing needs of growing trade, “business,” or traffic.
Be that as it may, the wardrobe is entirely unsuited for the rigors of the climate in Switzerland in winter time.
He liked, when he went where there were fine shops, to buy and bring home handsome shawls, bonnets, and dresses, wholly unsuited in general to the style and taste of each of us, but much handsomer than were needful for Surrey.
For example, what the Nurse says is excellently suited to the Nurse’s character, but grotesquely unsuited to the occasion. Act v. sc.
But, however unsuited to the stage this drama may be, God forbid that even there it should fall dead on the hearts of jacobinised Englishmen!
They are angular, bold, defiant, and unsuited to the pastoral and agricultural scenes of middle life.
It might be seen, in the present sharp nervous play of emotion over his face, how utterly he was unsuited to the weight of mental discomfort,-how it fretted and galled him.
Eastern Wisdom, unsuited to Western peoples, 14.
For example, what the Nurse says is excellently suited to the Nurse’s character, but grotesquely unsuited to the occasion.
Othello is altogether unsuited to the lyrical drama, and supposing the contrary, Rossini, of all composers, was the most unfit to treat such a subject in music.
There is nothing more amiable or more charming than Miss Percival, and really it is very good of me to acknowledge it; for, between ourselves, she makes me play an ungrateful and ridiculous role, a role which is quite unsuited to my age.
Luke said that his life was a burden and a slavery, and bitterly reproached his father for advising him to embark on a career for which he felt unsuited.
It was evident, as the war progressed, that the General Staff was acting under an organization and in accordance with regulations which were not only unsuited to the duties and responsibilities confronting it, but were wholly out of date and were not suited to any General Staff organization.
To see a page, denotes that you will contract a hasty union with one unsuited to you.
Romania Economy Economy - overview: Romania, one of the poorest countries in Central and Eastern Europe, began the transition from communism in 1989 with a largely obsolete industrial base and a pattern of output unsuited to the country's needs.
Romania, one of the poorest countries in Central and Eastern Europe, began the transition from communism in 1989 with a largely obsolete industrial base and a pattern of output unsuited to the country's needs.

Examples of Unsuited

Example #1
He did not even trouble to inquire.
Example #2
He felt himself a poet.
Example #3
Many fellows have to do the same.
Example #4
While there I was like the prodigal son,-exiled from my Father's House.
Example #5
Bill was a modest man; he considered these statistics purely personal in character; to see them blazoned publicly on the walls of post-offices, and in the corridors of county buildings, outraged his finer feelings, so he went away from there, in haste, as usual.
Example #6
It might be said, with a great deal of truth, that he was missed, if not mourned, in many towns.