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unfit

[uhn-fit]
adjective
1.
not fit; not adapted or suited; unsuitable: He was unfit for his office.
2.
unqualified or incompetent.
3.
not physically fit or in due condition.
4.
Biology. pertaining to an organism or population that is not adapted to prevailing conditions or is not producing offspring in sufficient numbers to maintain its contribution to the gene pool of the next generation.
verb (used with object)
5.
to render unfit or unsuitable; disqualify.

Origin:
1535–45; un-1 + fit1

unfitness, noun


1. inappropriate, unapt. 2. incapable.
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fitted

[fit-id]
adjective
made so as to follow closely the contours of a form or shape: fitted clothes; fitted sheets.

Origin:
1730–40; fit1 + -ed2

fittedness, noun
unfitted, adjective
well-fitted, adjective

fit, fitted (see usage note at fit).
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fitted (ˈfɪtɪd)
 
adj
1.  designed for excellent fit: a fitted suit
2.  (of a carpet) cut, sewn, or otherwise adapted to cover a floor completely
3.  a.  (of furniture) built to fit a particular space: a fitted cupboard
 b.  (of a room) equipped with fitted furniture: a fitted kitchen
4.  (of sheets) having ends that are elasticated and shaped to fit tightly over a mattress
5.  having accessory parts

unfit (ʌnˈfɪt)
 
adj (often foll by for) (often foll by for)
1.  unqualified, incapable, or incompetent: unfit for military service
2.  unsuitable or inappropriate: the ground was unfit for football
3.  in poor physical condition
 
un'fitness
 
n

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unfit
1545, "not suitable" (in ref. to things), from un- (1) "not" + pp. of fit (see fit (adj.)). In ref. to persons or human qualities, attested from 1551. The verb meaning "to render unfit" is recorded from 1611.
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fitted definition


  1. mod.
    well dressed. (Outfitted.) : Man you are really fitted! Iced out and looking really fine!
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