unfitting, discrepant, unseemly, inopportune, out or keeping, contrastive, untoward, inconvenient, ill-sorted, incompatible, mismatched, mismated, uncongenial, ill-suited, ability, antagonistic, untimely.
inappropriate (part of speech: adjective)
- of place,
The law was unjust, improvident, and altogether unsuited
to the circumstances of the colony.
- "George Brown", John Lewis.
Nay, even in the regular and established change, as of loved to lovedst, is there not a syllabic increase, which is unpleasant to the ear, and unsuited
to familiar speech?
- "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.
In so far as the cityward drift is composed of such individuals, it may be a helpful movement, since individuals unsuited
to rural life may find themselves adapted to some type of urban life.
- "Problems in American Democracy", Thames Ross Williamson.