misfit美 ['mɪsfɪt] 英 ['mɪsfɪt]
a person who is not accepted by a particular group of people, especially because their behaviour or their ideas are very different
a social misfit
(of a garment) fail to fit; be of wrong size
unable to fit into the environment or atmosphere
somebody who does not fit comfortably into a situation or environment
something that fits badly
But it is now Russia, with its depressed, oil-dependent economy, that looks like the misfit.
FOR a planet named after the goddess of love, Venus is something of a misfit.
But in his memoirs, Obama described feeling like a misfit in his Indonesian sandals and old-fashioned clothes when he started at the school.
Even though I was a misfit in high school, I can't believe 5 years later I'm the president of my own PR firm.
I'll bet I knew more about aberrant sexuality than any other virgin misfit in Seattle.
Perhaps it was because he's a misfit that I get along with him.
Blessed with extraordinary abilities, superheroes explain how the misfit can rise up and save us all from destruction.
I've always thought with this team that we're like the Island of Misfit Toys, '' Nelson says.
Partition ratio of alloy element in two phase and misfit degree were measured and analyzed by TEM with EDS.
the quantum bender makes us maladjusted social misfit magic gees look like powerful superheroes . . . . cape not included.