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unfitted

Line breaks: un|fit¦ted
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɪtɪd
 
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Definition of unfitted in English:

adjective

1 [predicative] (Of a person) not fitted or suited for a particular task or vocation: she was unfitted for marriage
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  • As things had worked out Stein had had the unusual experience of being a genuine supremo in his first managerial job and he was subsequently unfitted for any subordinate command.
  • He was sadly unfitted for hating his best friend or for torturing his wife.
  • Thus, to train children to perform mental operations, or to practice tasks, for which they are unfitted, is a crime against nature.
2(Of furniture) not fitted: unfitted bedroom furniture
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  • Cabinetry, in both cherry wood and ivory-matte lacquer finishes, was selected to create an unfitted furniture look.
  • Rick developed design ideas for the farmhouse-style kitchen, with unfitted cabinetry and generous uses of old and reclaimed lumber.
  • When possible, include any free standing or unfitted piece of furniture into the design no matter what theme you are trying to create.

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