Not fit synonym

Not fit synonym DEFAULT

Synonyms for Not fit:

What is another word for not fit?

74 synonyms found


[ nˌɒt fˈɪt], [ nˌɒt fˈɪt], [ n_ˌɒ_t f_ˈɪ_t]
  • adj.

    Other relevant words: (adjective)
    • unfit,
    • uncool,
    • ill-adapted,
    • can't make the grade,
    • out of element,
    • unpromising,
    • out of place,
    • Unmeet,
    • ill-equipped,
    • unworthy,
    • out of shape,
    • laid low.
    unfit (adjective)
    • improper,
    • inharmonious,
    • ill-suited,
    • incorrect,
    • valueless,
    • inexpedient,
    • debilitated,
    • ineffective,
    • incompatible,
    • inappropriate,
    • flimsy,
    • unbecoming,
    • unsuited,
    • incongruous,
    • inapplicable,
    • down,
    • infelicitous,
    • poorly,
    • mistaken,
    • dragging,
    • unlikely,
    • discordant,
    • decrepit,
    • below par,
    • unsuitable,
    • feeble,
    • inadequate,
    • unhealthy,
    • useless,
    • rocky,
    • uncongenial.
    unworthy (adjective)
    • undeserving,
    • beneath,
    • disreputable,
    • wrong,
    • blamable,
    • recreant,
    • contemptible,
    • disgraceful,
    • base,
    • unbefitting,
    • not deserving,
    • wretched,
    • offensive,
    • unseemly,
    • inexcusable,
    • not good enough,
    • not worth,
    • vile,
    • good-for-nothing,
    • nothing,
    • dishonorable,
    • shameful,
    • no-account,
    • ignoble,
    • degrading,
    • no-good,
    • reprehensible,
    • ineligible,
    • no good,
    • unmerited.
  • Other synonyms:

    Other relevant words (noun):
  • adj.



Frequently Asked Questions About fit

How does the adjective fit differ from other similar words?

Some common synonyms of fit are appropriate, apt, felicitous, fitting, happy, meet, proper, and suitable. While all these words mean "right with respect to some end, need, use, or circumstance," fit stresses adaptability and sometimes special readiness for use or action.

fit for battle

When can appropriate be used instead of fit?

While in some cases nearly identical to fit, appropriate implies eminent or distinctive fitness.

an appropriate gift

When is apt a more appropriate choice than fit?

The words apt and fit are synonyms, but do differ in nuance. Specifically, apt connotes a fitness marked by nicety and discrimination.

apt quotations

In what contexts can felicitous take the place of fit?

Although the words felicitous and fit have much in common, felicitous suggests an aptness that is opportune, telling, or graceful.

a felicitous phrase

Where would fitting be a reasonable alternative to fit?

The synonyms fitting and fit are sometimes interchangeable, but fitting implies harmony of mood or tone.

a fitting end

When could happy be used to replace fit?

The words happy and fit can be used in similar contexts, but happy suggests what is effectively or successfully appropriate.

a happy choice of words

When is it sensible to use meet instead of fit?

In some situations, the words meet and fit are roughly equivalent. However, meet suggests a just proportioning.

meet payment

When might proper be a better fit than fit?

The meanings of proper and fit largely overlap; however, proper suggests a suitability through essential nature or accordance with custom.

proper acknowledgement

When would suitable be a good substitute for fit?

While the synonyms suitable and fit are close in meaning, suitable implies an answering to requirements or demands.

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    adj  apposite, appropriate, becoming, comme il faut, correct, decent, decorous, desirable, meet    (archaic)  proper, right, seemly, suitable  

    n  accessory, attachment, component, connection, part, piece, unit  
  ill-suited, improper, unfitting, unseemly, unsuitable  

  • Zerk (Zerk fitting)  n. A grease nipple or grease fitting, usually mounted on bearings or other mechanical parts that regularly need to be lubricated. Named after its Austrian-born American inventor, Oscar U. Zerk.
  • not on your tintype  exp. absolutely not; not in this lifetime

    Slang expression used mostly in 19th century

  • unconfident  adj. not confident
  • exclude  v. not to include something

    I want to try a diet that excludes dairy products.

  • no picnic  exp. not an easy task
  • malasarbation  n. Not good feel and diarrhead
  • he|she loves me not  exp. a humorous way of saying that someone doesn't like or love the speaker.

    E.g.: You've seen the way she treated me last time we met. It's clear: she loves me not.

  • incommiscible  adj. not able to be mixed or combined
  • be | not be the marrying kind  exp. be/not be interested in getting married and having a family
  • do not judge a book by its cover  exp. l'habit ne fait pas le moine
  • NSFW  abbr. acron. Short for "not safe for work".
  • people who live in glass houses should not throw stones  id. expression meaning that one should not criticize someone else for a mistake that he/she also makes or a flaw that he/she also has
  • out of whack  exp. not right; out of order; not functioning properly


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