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Definition of "unsuitably" [unsuitably]

  • In an unsuitable manner. (adverb)

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Use "unsuitably" in a sentence
  • "In 2010, responding to a BBC poll of how various countries regard each other, the paper said public opinion about China was shaped by the Western media, which it described as "unsuitably seasoned with misunderstanding, misinterpretation or even bias and enmity.""
  • "She immediately showed her lack of education, understanding of the national scene and her total unsuitably for the office of vice president. wag"
  • "In February, Finra fined a firm $200,000 for allegedly failing to supervise sales of reverse convertible notes and selling them, unsuitably, to a retired couple."