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- Correct spelling:
- inexpedient (adjective)
- disadvantageous, undesirable, unfit, inconvenient, delinquent, mistimed, inept, untimely, inefficient, inexpedient, unsatisfactory.
- useless (adjective)
- fruitless, unusable, detrimental, inadequate, impractical, ineffective, unworkable, useless, futile, good-for-nothing, unserviceable, nonfunctional.
- inappropriate (adjective)
- improper, unbefitting, ill-matched, malapropos, inapt, of place, unfit, unsuited, inapposite, inappropriate, unbecoming, out.
- improper (adjective)
- unseemly, indecorous, improper, indelicate, inappropriate, untoward, indecent, unfit.
- unacceptable (adjective)
- unacceptable, inadequate, inappropriate, untenable, inferior, intolerable, insufficient, unsatisfactory, inadmissible, deficient.
- Other synonyms:
- unfit, ineligible, bad, wrong, undesirable, inappropriate, improper, inapplicable, irrelevant.
- Common misspellings:
- unsutable (42%)
- unsutible (14%)
- unsuitible (14%)
- insuitable (8%)
- unstuable (6%)
- unsuitble (6%)
- unsuiable (6%)
- unfunctional (3%)
- inconvient (3%)
- Examples of usage:
Never was a secretary tormented by so many unsuitable suggestions, and they all came, alas! - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
Sometimes, after building a factory, the demand for the goods which he is going to produce falls off; sometimes the materials cannot be bought; perhaps it is discovered, when too late, that the factory has been built in an unsuitable place; occasionally, too, the workmen are discontented, and refuse to work for such wages as the capitalist can afford to pay. - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons.
But, I repeat, for stall- feeding they are unsuitable; confinement is unnatural to their disposition. - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons. - "Cattle and Cattle-breeders", William M'Combie.
- Never was a secretary tormented by so many unsuitable suggestions, and they all came, alas!
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