I adjective alien, amiss, clashing, disagreeing, discordant, discrepant, disproportionate, dissonant, divergent, forced, gratuitous, impertinent, impolitic, improper, in bad taste, inadmissible, inapplicable, inapposite, inapt, incompatible, incongruent, incongruous, inconsistent, indecorous, ineligible, inessential, inexpedient, infelicitous, inopportune, irrelevant, maladjusted, malapropos, misapplied, misbecoming, misdirected, misplaced, non idoneus, objectionable, odd, out of character, out of keeping, out of place, remote, unadvisable, unapt, unbecoming, unbefitting, uncalled for, uncommendable, unconformable, unconsonant, undesirable, undignified, undue, unfit, unfitted, unfitting, ungermane, unharmonious, unmeet, unseasonable, unseemly, unsuitable, unsuited, untimely, untoward, wrongly timed II index alien (unrelated), collateral (immaterial), detrimental, disproportionate, gratuitous (unwarranted), ill-advised, immaterial, impertinent (irrelevant), improper, inadmissible, inadvisable, inapplicable, inapposite, inapt, incongruous, inconsequential, incorrect, ineligible, injudicious, inopportune, irrelevant, objectionable, unacceptable, unauthorized, unbecoming, undesirable, undue (excessive), unfavorable, unfit, unprofessional, unsatisfactory, unseemly, unsuitable, untimely

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  • Inappropriate — In ap*pro pri*ate, a. Not instrument (to); not appropriate; unbecoming; unsuitable; not specially fitted; followed by to or for. {In ap*pro pri*ate*ly}, adv. {In ap*pro pri*ate*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • inappropriate — (adj.) 1804, from IN (Cf. in ) (1) not, opposite of + APPROPRIATE (Cf. appropriate) (adj.). Related: Inappropriately; inappropriateness …   Etymology dictionary

  • inappropriate — unfitting, inapt, improper, unsuitable, *unfit, unhappy, infelicitous Analogous words: unbecoming, unseemly, indecorous: incongruous, discordant, inconsonant Antonyms: appropriate Contrasted words: fitting, proper, happy, felicitous, suitable,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • inappropriate — [adj] not proper, suitable bad form, disproportionate, foot in mouth*, garbage*, ill fitted, ill suited, ill timed, improper, inapplicable, inapropos, incongruous, inconsonant, incorrect, indecorous, inept, irrelevant, left field*, malapropos,… …   New thesaurus

  • inappropriate — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not suitable or appropriate. DERIVATIVES inappropriately adverb inappropriateness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • inappropriate — [in΄ə prō′prē it] adj. not appropriate; not suitable, fitting, or proper inappropriately adv. inappropriateness n …   English World dictionary

  • inappropriate — adj. 1) inappropriate for, to (inappropriate to the occasion) 2) inappropriate to + inf. (it is inappropriate for you to wear shorts at a formal reception) 3) inappropriate that + clause; subj. (it is inappropriate that he be/should be present) * …   Combinatory dictionary

  • inappropriate — in|ap|pro|pri|ate [ ,ınə proupriət ] adjective ** not appropriate in a particular situation: inappropriate use of medication inappropriate for: Clearly the punishment is inappropriate for the crime. inappropriate to: marketing techniques that are …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • inappropriate */*/ — UK [ˌɪnəˈprəʊprɪət] / US [ˌɪnəˈproʊprɪət] adjective a) not suitable in a particular situation inappropriate use of medication inappropriate for: Clearly the punishment is inappropriate for the crime. inappropriate to: marketing techniques that… …   English dictionary

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