inappropriate adj.

VERBS be, seem | become | make sth The size of the machines makes them inappropriate for domestic use. | consider sth, feel sth, judge sth, regard sth as, see sth as, think sth It was felt inappropriate by some that such a serious occasion should include dancing.

ADV. highly, particularly, singularly, very This treatment was singularly inappropriate in her case. | completely, entirely, quite, totally, utterly, wholly | increasingly | somewhat | clearly | embarrassingly, grotesquely | culturally

PREP. for Your bright red coat would be quite inappropriate for a funeral. | to The existing library is totally inappropriate to our needs.