Thus it was our hard fate to hit upon these bad times, so ill fitted for trade.
So poor a traveler am I, so ill fitted to explore a new country.
At the peace he retired from the struggle poor, and ill fitted to make his way by other means than the sword.
Both the people and its champion were ill fitted to cope with Napoleon.
They are easily persuaded, easily led; ill fitted to be themselves leaders of men.
Ithaca was ill fitted for tillage, or for feeding anything but sheep and goats.
Germany moves but slowly: federations are but ill fitted for sudden wars.
Perhaps she was ill fitted, and the inflammable matter in her caught fire by accident.
I know his Eminence of York well, and he is ill fitted for a charge so vast and momentous.'
At any rate, she had not long survived the husband who had given her a pomp and circumstance for which she was ill fitted.