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inapt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinaptin‧apt /ɪnˈæpt/ adjective formal  WRONG/UNSUITABLEan inapt phrase, statement etc is not right for a particular situationinept a very inapt commentinaptly adverbinaptness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
inaptIn this respect, the oft-quoted cathedral metaphor is not inapt.Both the barrister, and this court, accept with hindsight that his intervention was perhaps inapt or unfortunate.Yet it is not altogether inapt that the Hymn of Riego became the anthem of liberalism.
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