unsuit

transitive verb un·suit \¦ən+\

Definition of unsuit

  1. :  to make unfit long periods of staff duty tend to disqualify and unsuit the once promising commander — H. H. Arnold & I. C. Eaker

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Origin and Etymology of unsuit

2un- + suit


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