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ill-fitting

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Definition of ill-fitting in English:

adjective

(Of a garment) of the wrong size or shape for the person wearing it: an ill-fitting suit
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  • An ill-fitting suit in the wrong colour for you will do no favours even if it is the most expensive in the store.
  • While the others were given new clothes and shoes, she was dressed in ill-fitting hand-me-downs and old shoes.
  • However, women who wear ill-fitting shoes are liable to suffer in the long-term with blisters, bunions and joint pains.

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