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[il-soo-tid] /ˈɪlˈsu tɪd/
not suitable; inappropriate.
unsuitable, inapt.
suitable, apt. Unabridged
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  • Such a claim is as ill-suited to our temper and wishes as it is unsupported by any appearance of authority.
  • But the signature is ill-suited for many of its current uses.
  • Torture seems especially ill-suited for the granular, process-oriented intelligence that proved useful in this case.
  • Destroyers are expensive and ill-suited to long, tedious piracy patrols.
  • The practice is ill-suited for extended non-pirate families on summer vacation.
  • But local grids are ill-suited to distributing energy from the alternative sources of tomorrow.
  • The reason is that the policy of wage regulation is ill-suited to dealing with the problem of poverty.
  • Regulations are ill-suited for transmission across state borders.
  • Democracies are ill-suited for large infrastructure projects.
  • But diesel for the pumps leapt in price, and the seeds proved ill-suited to small plots, fed mostly by rain.

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