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[il-fit-ing] /ˈɪlˈfɪt ɪŋ/
(of a garment) not fitting well.
not appropriate or suitable. Unabridged
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  • If they do, then the activity is misguided and ill-fitting.
  • Your biggest challenges of the season should involve steep chutes and other double-diamond monstrosities--not ill-fitting boots.
  • She will be a gaunt, spent figure in an ill-fitting suit.
  • The writer, in getting away from pop, was able to throw off an ill-fitting personal influence.
  • Soundlessly, my jaw moved up and down, as if adjusting an ill-fitting set of false teeth.
  • The ill-fitting concavities cause hot spots-points of high pressure that become uncomfortable over a long-haul flight.
  • And ill-fitting skin can make an animated character look fake.
  • It's been four days now, four profoundly ill-fitting and wrinkly days, and they've taken a toll.
  • It can stem from a foot imbalance and may be aggravated by ill-fitting shoes or socks.
  • No amount of scenery can distract someone forced to walk on blisters brought on by ill-fitting or new boots.

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