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ill-suited

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Definition of ill-suited in English:

adjective

Unsuitable or inappropriate: the soil is ill-suited to wheat farming
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  • In all likelihood, the student will be ill-suited to the demands of a university course, as the ever increasing number of drop-outs shows.
  • Brown is ill-suited to the latter half of this role.
  • For the best part of two decades, the music industry had no idea what to do with Johnny Cash, and no concept was considered too ill-suited or humiliating.

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