- n the quality of having the wrong properties for a specific purpose
- MacArthur possessed brilliance, no doubt, but also the luck that got him ashore at Inchon, despite its radical tides and sea walls and unsuitability for landing, an invasion .
- McCain's unsuitability for the presidency due to his "dismaying temperament" suggested by Zardari, Asif Ali Palin is told she's "even more gorgeous" than he'd thought by.
- Is this what the casual-dress movement--the age of unsuitability--has wrought? Not entirely.
- Aslan Maskhadov in Sydney Morning Herald
In a recent statement, rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov said: "If only Putin had seen the television pictures of his new candidate after the explosion, then he would understand his complete unsuitability ...... his hair was standing on end."
- David Rieff in Washington Times
In his moving, fastidious introduction, her son, David Rieff, writes of her lifelong "sense of failure, of unsuitability for love and even for eros. She was as uncomfortable with her body as she was serene about her mind [and] that makes me sadder...
- Alexander Downer in Sydney Morning Herald
During his time as opposition leader, Mr Latham has steadfastly refused to take a briefing on Australia's Iraq commitment. This only served to highlight his unsuitability for government,Mr Downer said in a statement. "If Mr Latham wants to...