Definition of unideal in English:

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unideal

Pronunciation: /ʌnʌɪˈdɪəl/
Pronunciation: /ʌnʌɪˈdiːəl/

adjective

Not satisfying one’s perception of what is perfect: we have all had unideal parents
More example sentences
  • Since MPEG-2 is unideal for editing, many/most video editors don't support MPEG-2 input files.
  • It represents an unideal existence; a flawed, broken world of all that we hate, fear, and dread; a nightmare world.
  • It, as a romance, displays the fulfillment of desire and, as a comedy, the upward movement from the unideal to the ideal.

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