Adjective(1) not befitting
(1) Such behavior, which creates an impression that your political stance is more important than judging what is right and wrong, is totally unbefitting of Hong Kong's status as an international metropolis.(2) Mr Newman accepts that it was open to the Tribunal to come to a finding of conduct unbefitting on the basis of recklessness, but such a finding would have had a dramatic effect, he submits, on penalty.(3) As the Hon Maurice Williamson said, we have all travelled around places where we have experienced unruly behaviour that is not only unbefitting to the person but brings discredit on other people.(4) The first woman dressed elegantly now dresses in clothes too big for her with a dirty cap unbefitting her beauty.(5) All I can manage to say is that Melody defended me like a saint, and Pete acted… very… unbefitting of a gentleman.(6) The Tribunal has found that Mr Wheeler was guilty of conduct unbefitting a solicitor for permitting Ms Harrison to work as she did.(7) The question was, did I want that attention by wearing something so unbefitting to my personality?(8) Or better yet, retire the pledge as an exercise in groupthink unbefitting a free people.(9) Buying, selling, shopping, being psychoanalyzed: these were activities unbefitting any intellectual with a sense of self-respect.(10) This does, of course, get very boring indeed (as well, of course as being incredibly unbefitting of a lady)(11) There is no doubt in the Tribunal's mind that all of the Respondents have been guilty of conduct unbefitting a solicitor…(12) The breaches of the Rules in respect of which the Tribunal had found the Respondent's explanations unsatisfactory, did amount to conduct unbefitting a solicitor.(13) Through the dry, chilling lines, he always seems one part bemused; you can almost hear a smirk in his voice, which is a deep, rich baritone, unbefitting of a 37-year-old who still half looks like a teenager.(14) It was a repressive occurrence and terribly unbefitting of a class so powerful, articulate and determined as that of Castlemont High, 2001.(15) These are regarded as unbefitting of an important historical and cultural heritage site or ‘customary’ practice.(16) The committee found Mr Green guilty of unbefitting conduct but accepted no one had suffered from Mr Green's actions.
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