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- n. The characteristic of being unfit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being unfit, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of not being suitable
- n. poor physical condition; being out of shape or out of condition (as from a life of ease and luxury)
- n. lacking the power to perform
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The unfitness is in the soul and it's a taint and a disgrace.
He told Mr.. Thrale, without the smallest consciousness of presumption or what Mr. Square would term the unfitness of things, of his and
Given their non-military, hate the military status, presuming to attest to the "unfitness" of Republicans to be in office unless they are former military - the anti-American's chickenhawk taunt is sincere as their white asses going after Lt. Gov Steele, Lee Elder, Clarence Thomas as "not black enough".
Hugo's concept of fitness as a spiritual and social virtue cannot easily embrace the reality of the involuntary "unfitness" of those of us disabled folks who cannot ever expect to physically meet those fitness ideals without some seriously creative re-imagining of what "fitness" might be.
Then, worst of all, loyal subordinates “will not break his heart by telling him of his growing unfitness—they just try to make up for it.”
Cancer diagnoses in middle-aged men and women have soared by 20% in a generation as screening picks up more cases and smoking, drinking, obesity and unfitness continue to take a toll.
They came at a fitting moment, just as Americans had been handed a report providing the fullest disclosures so far about the multiculturalist zeal that had driven Army and medical school superiors to smooth Nidal Malik Hasan's rocky way through training, promote him, and, despite blatant evidence of his unfitness, raise not a single concern.
Whichever specific abomination proved the bees unfitness for survival doesn't matter.
So he sat at table, perturbed by his own unfitness and at the same time charmed by all that went on about him.
With the help of Angle herself, of course, they made about as strong a case for Angle's unfitness for office as anyone could possible make.