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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill-suitedˌill-ˈsuited adjective  not useful for a particular purposeill-suited to a country ill-suited to wheat farming
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ill-suitedBut some applications require data tracking in environments ill-suited for on-line solutions.Also, the marshy ground near rivers, where most towns are sited, is ill-suited for tunnel construction.Nevertheless, ill-suited land-use and poor management can lead to environmental degradation with implications for present and future national economies.A gait ill-suited to some one of his size and girth.And the bird's standard evasive tactic is ill-suited to the airport.It seemed a touch ill-suited to the Town Hall on Tuesday night but at least the music shone through.ill-suited toan environment ill-suited to learning
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