unsuitableness


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition, the primary cause for not using the prescribed devices was unsuitableness of the device over time.
Lastly, one may consider Ross (and the contemporary European trends in the philosophy of law) to be fit to serve for Bobbio as new antidotes for removing the old poisons of Kelsenian unsuitableness, the same need of healing he had experienced years before when by means of the combined analytical philosophy/logical empiricism and Kelsenism he was able to nurse Italian legal philosophy back to health (88).
Gill to Sophia Morrison, 3 June 1908: 'I am only too glad of this opportunity to confess the unsuitableness & inefficiency of a great many of the English words in MNS which were used as make-shifts in the absence of more suitable ones when the book was published 12 years ago.