Unsuit \Un*suit"\, v. t. [1st pref. un- + suit.] Not to suit; to be unfit for. [Obs.] --Quarles. [1913 Webster]

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  • unsuit — |ən+ transitive verb Etymology: un (II) + suit : to make unfit long periods of staff duty tend to disqualify and unsuit the once promising commander H.H.Arnold & I.C.Eaker …   Useful english dictionary

  • unsuit — un·suit …   English syllables

  • unsuit — /ʌnˈsut/ (say un sooht) verb (t) 1. to cause to be unsuitable: his personality unsuits him for the job. 2. Rare to be inappropriate or unbecoming to: this colour unsuits your complexion …   Australian English dictionary

  • adjust — [v1] become or make prepared, adapted acclimatize, accommodate, accustom, adapt, alter, arrange, compose, conform, dispose, do as Romans do*, doctor*, fiddle with*, fine tune, fit, fix, fix up, get act together*, get it together*, grin and bear… …   New thesaurus

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  • accommodate — [v1] make room, lodging available board, contain, domicile, entertain, furnish, harbor, hold, house, put up*, quarter, receive, rent, shelter, supply, take in, welcome; concept 226 Ant. turn away, turn out accommodate [v2] make, become suitable… …   New thesaurus

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