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unmeet

[ uhn-meet ]
/ ʌnˈmit /
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adjective
not meet; not fitting, suitable, or proper; not becoming or seemly.
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Origin of unmeet

before 900; Middle English unmete,Old English unmǣte.See un-1, meet2
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British Dictionary definitions for unmeet

unmeet
/ (ʌnˈmiːt) /

adjective
literary, or archaic not meet; unsuitable

Derived forms of unmeet

unmeetly, adverbunmeetness, noun
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