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Unfit dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. Unfit to be a leader.
2. That she was an unfit.
3. My state was, somewhat unfit.
4. Can you really be this unfit?
5. He didn't seem unfit, necessarily.
6. He is therefore unfit for command.
7. He was unfit for attending to such.

8. Christians were deemed unfit to live.
9. On this account are they unfit for use.
10. The wood is unfit, and all the stakes.
11. Very unfit, this boy, the way he jiggled.
12. From the unlucky uterus of an unfit mother.
13. They were unfit to have the charge of valuables.
14. But the general public is getting even more unfit.
15. Li has just proven that he is unfit for his office.
16. When you are emotionally or mentally unfit, your.
17. He certainly didn't want to appear unfit or stupid.
18. He who wants something new always is quite unfit for Yoga.
19. But Old Bill never made me feel unfit to sit at his table.
20. He was old, he was unfit, and he had a hunchback astride him.
21. And he refuses to declare Calvin unfit despite this evidence.
22. The unfit ones really suffered for SAP COIN did not waste any time.
23. Abel and told her that he found himself unfit for further watching.
24. Unfit persons would try for the positions because of the higher pay.
25. Not one of them wanted to appear stupid or unfit for their position.
26. It teaches you that it is unfit for the purposes of foreign and offensive war.
27. But you are ill; even now you tremble; you are unfit for agitation of any kind.
28. A clear trail will make the carrying of baggage and any unfit people much easier.
29. The audacity of that woman to demand he declare Calvin unfit for command, it was.
30. The foreman said he was physically unfit to work; thus the immediate termination.
31. Reprobate: Being unapproved; to be rejected and unfit after testing; abandoned to sin.
32. After that long last term of prep school, after being ignored by a woman who was unfit.
33. We spoke in French, and he told me Sebastian was in no danger, but quite unfit to travel.
34. I am pretty sure I had a heart attack at the second move, being now unfit and middle-aged.
35. I entirely agree with you, he said; in my opinion those stories are quite unfit to be repeated.
36. And, in reality, the former seem to be much more unfit for this sort of service than the latter.
37. I did not want him to second-guess his decision or think that I would be unfit to bear children.
38. In ROTC, his captain had called him the most unfit, lousy-looking soldier he’d ever seen.
39. These women suffered in rooms unfit for dogs, simply for not treading on others to become famous.
40. However, what do they see around them? Suits and ties and unfit men in baggy shorts and T-shirts.
41. Remember with my health, my diabetes and my heart condition I am unfit to work and I used this in.
42. This is not simply an injury or area of pain that the physically fit or physically unfit will feel.
43. Then Palamedes, whenever he appears in tragedy, proves Agamemnon ridiculously unfit to be a general.
44. If he had lost it when the Council deemed him unfit to rule, somehow the offense had been forgotten.
45. When they were old enough some of them tried to join the Army or Navy, but were found physically unfit.
46. It seems, we are also to suffer a total loss of the ships to be sold, they being unfit for every other purpose.
47. Burnt alive but it was only the bodies of those who were thought to be unfit to be buried that were cast.
48. At least I was marketable and after years of being beat down working for my father had not been rendered unfit.
49. When lies follow angles that are unfit, then you can be assured that you would be encountering swinging errors.
50. We were to blame for the coming collapse, and therefore, the legislative branch was unfit to correct the problem.
51. Am I really stupid? Am I truly unfit for the great office I hold? This is the worst thing that could happen to me.
52. John Adams said, It is weakness rather than wickedness which renders men unfit to be trusted with unlimited power.
53. The laity are unfit to advise bishops, or sit in Church councils, or give an opinion about the fitness of incumbents.
54. They may effectually prevent young men being ordained who are unfit for orders, by objecting when the si quis is read.
55. But she stood in her humiliation, and felt herself more unfit for all the high company than the beasts of her farmyard.
56. When Rowena was killed, Kat was coerced into becoming the next Grand Mistress, a position she has felt completely unfit for.
57. I acknowledge myself unworthy, utterly unworthy, of the honour; unfit, utterly unfit for the service to which I am now called.
58. From this moment her mind was never quiet; the expectation of seeing him every hour of the day, made her unfit for any thing.
59. It has also occasioned a greater number of political pretenders and wannabes who, in my opinion, are unfit to lead this nation.
60. Had the day been round-the–clock, all of the living beings would have passed away and this earth would have been unfit for life.
61. After the shooting, Mark got a restraining order on your mother and later, because of her mental state, she was considered unfit.
62. Appearing too confident or as somewhat of a know it all person will only get you labeled by your interviewer as unfit for the job.
63. It requires no dangerous stretch of the imagination to anticipate that by long use the bottles would become unfit for new wine.
64. Only on the eve of trial did it finally dawn on me that Bergman was totally senile and thus unfit to defend Mike in Superior Court.
65. Old Miller had called on the doctor as soon as the first sheep got ill, but all the doctor did was to declare the meat unfit to eat.
66. Some say he was taken to the detention barracks for assaulting a Corporal while others said he was declared medical unfit and sent home.
67. Without an elective process, hereditary dynasties not infrequently brought forth persons, if revealed, most would agree were unfit for office.
68. By demonizing candidates they wish to defeat as unfit or incompetent, the attackers seek to make themselves by contrast seem morally virtuous.
69. He had cheated on me for years, but whenever I tried to leave him, he said he would take the children and prove that I was an unfit mother.
70. A time-traveller instead appears in an unplanned and random location that will likely turn out to be a dangerous place completely unfit to inhabit.
71. It is, however, so perfectly false, that English wool is in any respect necessary for the making of fine cloth, that it is altogether unfit for it.
72. However, Jasper was concerned about his ex-wife’s behavior, claiming that she was unfit due to her overactive social life and her heavy drinking.
73. Ah! What about him, indeed? First off, he is far too old to teach new tricks; he is unfit and has absolutely no concept of a hostile environment.
74. It is, however, a project altogether unfit for a nation of shopkeepers, but extremely fit for a nation whose government is influenced by shopkeepers.
75. It is stupid, unfit for children above seven years of age, a Punch and Judy show, pretentious, feigned, entirely false and without any music whatever.
76. The ex-wife’s lawyer went at it hammer and tongs, while Balder grovelled and said he was useless and irresponsible and unfit to live and God knows what else.
77. Lorry, at length, in his most considerate and most affectionate way, I am a mere man of business, and unfit to cope with such intricate and difficult matters.
78. Under Socialism the unfit man would not apply for that post but would strive after some other for which he was fit and which he would therefore desire and enjoy.
79. The king engaged them and they set to work, saying that the stuff possessed the remarkable quality of becoming invisible to any one unfit for the office he holds.
80. Our level of fitness was a serious concern and I am sure if one of them read here he will have a few choice words to add about unfit policemen arriving for training.
81. Clergymen are constantly thrust upon unwilling parishes and disgusted congregations, who are entirely unfit for their position, and the people are obliged to submit.
82. The Dictator, by his weak compliance with the demands of the European powers—for the settlement of long outstanding money claims—had showed himself unfit to rule.
83. As he could not vote for appropriating $480,000 for the repair of the vessels of war unfit for service, it would perhaps be the most proper time to submit his opinions.
84. Just God, what an end! Evidently she had been unfit to live, without any strength of purpose, an easy prey to habits, one of the wrecks on which civilisation has been reared.
85. Or if the animal were fortunate enough to live, a sickness followed, commonly attended with the sudden and entire shedding of the hair, which rendered the brute unfit for use.
86. One thing is for certain; the trainer who was once unfit truly knows what an ordeal it is to lose weight and will therefore empathize with clients going through the same thing.
87. Here he fell ill of consumption and the doctors pronounced him unfit to continue military service, upon which he was transferred to the state’s prison to finish his sentence.
88. His condition leaves him no time to receive the necessary information, and his education and habits are commonly such as to render him unfit to judge, even though he was fully informed.
89. The emperor engages them and they begin to sew at them, but they explain that the clothes have the extraordinary property of remaining invisible to anyone who is unfit for his position.
90. Eli, chief priest in the temple, had two sons, also in training and employed in temple duties, but God saw that they were unfit to follow in their father’s footsteps, so He chose Samuel.
91. Had I not been so quick to succumb to Lord Bellars, my Blood should not have been so easily stirr’d by Polly! O sure I was ruin’d now! Ruin’d, defil’d, unfit for anything but Whoredom.
92. McKim moved to amend that part of the bill which directs the sale of all the gunboats, by adding the following words: belonging to the United States, unfit for service, and unworthy of repairs.
93. It is unfit either for corn, or pasture, or vineyard, or, indeed, for any other vegetable produce that is very useful to men ; and the lands which are fit for those purposes are not fit for rice.
94. But if Dorothea's friends had known this story—if the Chettams had known it—they would have had a fine color to give their suspicions a welcome ground for thinking him unfit to come near her.
95. Since they would not be able to argue that the Mountain Trust unduly influenced their mother, they would be forced to attack the will on the grounds that she was mentally unfit when she signed it.
96. The prevalent thinking of missionaries from Carey’s day held that people of African descent were culturally, intellectually, and spiritually unfit and would always need white people to govern them.
97. This young man succeeded in quarrelling with another person equally unfit for ladies' society, and a brawl ensued, which threatened to land both parties upon the table in close proximity to the lady.
98. Allied to that are the apparently dismal hygienic conditions the locals mostly live in, which means that the little we could get from them would likely be unfit for human consumption by our standards.
99. In the end they charged me thirty-five dollars for the cat anatomy lesson and I sprinted out the door for fear that the doctor would call a state agency of some sort and declare me an unfit pet owner.
100. To add to Britain’s humiliation, thousands of volunteers for the army proved to be medically unfit, and the Boers’ guerrilla campaign forced the British to round up Boer civilians in concentration camps.
1. His appearance was very unfitting for this school.
2. Protests were unfitting considering Kifter had paid for it.
3. It seemed so unfitting that this moon, of all moons, should be such a beautiful one.
4. He was evidently shaken by them, but judged it unfitting to go over to the new faith.
5. It would be unfitting for everyone to ask you questions, but Coreema here, who you.
6. He remained quiet for a moment, his face going through the strangest and most unfitting contortions.
7. It would be altogether unfitting now to explain that she had not wished her uncle to invite Will Ladislaw.
8. Ever since his apprenticeship he had been called "Abramka," which did not strike him as at all derogatory or unfitting.
9. It seems very unfitting that I should have this patronage, yet I felt that I ought not to let it be used by some one else instead of me.
10. But even when such monstrously unfitting things happen in an ordinary life, somehow the ordinary stuff still has to be taken care of too.
11. The selfsame abbot has likewise trampled on ancient custom by placing the ancestral font of the good people of Sherborne in a place unfitting for its usage.
12. On the Contrary, I say that tho’ this Matter may be immodest, yet it deals with Truth; and Truth is ne’er unfitting, whether convey’d from Parent to Child or from Child to Parent.
13. When an individual has revolutionized therapeutics by his discovery of the continuous evolution of brain matter, conventional forms are unfitting, since they would seem to limit him to one of a class.
14. The old man known as Perconal the Jester, indeed the Waking Man of the game, closed his eyes bitterly, and put a finger to his mouth, evidently concerned about Celia’s cold and unfitting attitude towards her father.
15. His expression of displeasure at the spiritual character, and of scorn for the scholarship, of all who hold a different belief than his own, we must not turn aside to characterize—further than to entreat his reconsideration of much unfitting language.
16. It had never before entered her mind that he could, under any circumstances, be her lover: conceive the effect of the sudden revelation that another had thought of him in that light—that perhaps he himself had been conscious of such a possibility,—and this with the hurrying, crowding vision of unfitting conditions, and questions not soon to be solved.
17. It was a strange reversal of attitudes: Fred's blond face and blue eyes, usually bright and careless, ready to give attention to anything that held out a promise of amusement, looking involuntarily grave and almost embarrassed as if by the sight of something unfitting; while Lydgate, who had habitually an air of self-possessed strength, and a certain meditativeness that seemed to lie behind his most observant.
1. Thus it remains that I am basically unfitted to take sides in the racial conflict.
2. There is nothing so tiring as to try to do the work for which we are unfitted, both by.
3. They found it obsolete as a means of punishment, unfitted to a Christian State and immoral.
4. Several men wore simple shubas, huge and seemingly unfitted sheepskin coats while their faces were partially covered by full beards.
5. My terror, as I lay there, of falling ill, and being unfitted for tomorrow, was so besetting, that I wonder it did not disable me of itself.
6. They were all unfitted to comprehend their eldest brother's life because their mother had given them to understand that he was destined to become the deliverer of the Jewish people.
7. He answered no, not yet; and added that he was fearful Christianity, or rather Christians, had unfitted him for ascending the pure and undefiled throne of thirty pagan Kings before him.
8. They will be few, not because the subject does not abound with various fruitful and interesting topics, but because an indisposition of some days has unfitted me for any considerable effort of memory.
9. When she came to the end of one life it must not be to face the next with the shrinking terror of something wholly different—something for which accustomed thought and ideal and aspiration had unfitted her.
10. Woloda danced a great deal, and Papa also went to balls with his young wife, but I appeared to be thought either too young or unfitted for such delights, and no one invited me to the houses where balls were being given.
11. And when farther pressed, had added, that in her opinion their dispositions were so totally dissimilar as to make mutual affection incompatible; and that they were unfitted for each other by nature, education, and habit.
12. But how to devise means of lightening toil, under the conditions of labor of millions of men,—this is what he does not and can not know; and because of his knowledge, his habits, and his demands on life, he is unfitted for this business.
13. You have both warm hearts and benevolent feelings; and, Fanny, who that heard him read, and saw you listen to Shakespeare the other night, will think you unfitted as companions? You forget yourself: there is a decided difference in your tempers, I allow.
14. You were never meant for the formal restrictions and conventionalities of society—civilization would become irksome to you, and in a little while you would long for the freedom of your old life—a life to which I am as totally unfitted as you to mine.
15. Brave as a grenadier, courageous as a thinker; uneasy only in the face of the chances of a European shaking up, and unfitted for great political adventures; always ready to risk his life, never his work; disguising his will in influence, in order that he might be.
16. When you have once taught a man to read you have introduced him into the best society of all the ages; you have made him the companion of Shakespeare, Milton and Bunyan; of Bacon and of Burke; of Tennyson, Longfellow, Bryant and Emerson; and you have quite unfitted him for slavery.
17. One subject eclipsed all others in importance for the ladies along the wall; who would the young princes marry? They could not hope for purer lineage or a more gracious presence than Julia's; but there was this faint shadow on her that unfitted her for the highest honours; there was also her religion.
18. They only utter a clucking sound with their tongues and sigh mournfully, knowing that they will see no more of the steady lads they have reared and trained to help them, that they will come back not the same quiet hard-working laborers, but for the most part conceited and demoralized, unfitted for their simple life.
19. All his acquirements are such that for their display he requires capital, and the exploitation of the laboring-man on the largest scale; and—not to mention that he is trained to live, at the lowest, on from fifteen hundred to two thousand a year, and that, therefore, he cannot go to the country, where no one can give him such wages,—he is, by virtue of his very occupation, unfitted for serving the people.
20. In order to accomplish the conversion of all men, to induce each one to exchange the pagan for the Christian life-conception, voluntarily resigning riches and power, there being none left to profit by these, it would be necessary that not only all the rude, half-barbarous people, unfitted either to accept Christianity or follow its precepts, who are always to be found in every Christian community, should become Christians, but that all savage and non-Christian nations, which are still numerous, should also become Christian.
21. My quarters would have been suitable for housing the greatest of earthly emperors, but to these queer creatures nothing about a building appealed to them but its size and the enormity of its chambers; the larger the building, the more desirable; and so Tal Hajus occupied what must have been an enormous public building, the largest in the city, but entirely unfitted for residence purposes; the next largest was reserved for Lorquas Ptomel, the next for the jed of a lesser rank, and so on to the bottom of the list of five jeds.
22. But when the cobbler or any other man whom nature designed to be a trader, having his heart lifted up by wealth or strength or the number of his followers, or any like advantage, attempts to force his way into the class of warriors, or a warrior into that of legislators and guardians, for which he is unfitted, and either to take the implements or the duties of the other; or when one man is trader, legislator, and warrior all in one, then I think you will agree with me in saying that this interchange and this meddling of one with another is the ruin of the State.

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