zm26 wrote:This looks pretty good to me.
If you want a single word, I've seen 'inopportunus' used as 'unfit for a special purpose' though only in later Latin apparently. Cicero uses 'importunus' and Sallust uses 'inportunus' plus the ablative to mean 'unsuitable, unfit for x'. And if they use it, then you're good to go. So: inportunus fine
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