unsuitedness

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This is already evident in the growing artificiality of her smile and the stiff unsuitedness of some of her clothes (for example, the awkward way May's hat sits at the back of her head in the aviary scene, her ears exposed and a large bow tied unbecomingly around her neck), in contrast to the film's increasingly radiant presentation of Ellen's beauty.