unsuitable

[uhn-soo-tuh-buhl]
adjective
not suitable; inappropriate; unfitting; unbecoming.

Origin:
1580–90; un-1 + suitable

unsuitability, unsuitableness, noun
unsuitably, adverb
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unsuitable (ʌnˈsuːtəbəl, ʌnˈsjuːt-)
 
adj
not appropriate, suitable, or fit

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Example sentences
And these must be qualified by the remark that what is suitable for one sort of
  composition may be unsuitable for another.
Many undergraduates and graduates look good on paper but turn out to be utterly
  unsuitable for a science career.
However, the network doesn't support fast data transfers, making it unsuitable
  for smart phones.
Nor does it provide us with any guidelines for controlling unsuitable behavior
  or refining the behavior in some way.
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