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unsoundadjective

uk   us   /ʌnˈsaʊnd/

unsound adjective (NOT ACCEPTABLE)

If a person's activities or judgment are unsound, they are not good enough, acceptable, or able to be trusted: unsound accounting practices unsound police evidence

unsound adjective (WEAK)

If a building or other structure is unsound, it is in bad condition and likely to fall down or fail: The bridge is one of several said to be structurally unsound.
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