- not meet; not fitting, suitable, or proper; not becoming or seemly.
Origin of unmeet
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Examples from the Web for unmeet
It is not unmeet to use the violet on those days for which black is appointed.Churches and Church Ornaments
Bethink you how unmeet you are to be the choosers of your own condition.A Christian Directory (Volume 1 of 4)
"All the power of earth and hell to boot are unmeet to the task," added the third.The Mysteries of All Nations
Here is a casket, not unmeet, Which elsewhere I have just been earning.Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Is it unmeet that I should be well treated, because a stranger is dead?
- literary, or archaic not meet; unsuitable
Word Origin and History for unmeet
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