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unsuited

adjective
     
un‧suit‧ed [not before noun]
1 not having the right qualities for a particular job or purpose
unsuited to/for
He was unsuited for the job.
old school buildings unsuited to modern education
2 British English two people who are unsuited are unlikely to have a successful romantic relationship because they have very different characters and interests:
I now realize that Tom and I were totally unsuited.

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