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Spell check of unprofitable

Correct spelling: unprofitable

Synonyms:
nugatory, vain, trivial, unremunerative, inconstant, fruitless, abortive, inefficacious, vapid, shadowy, unserviceable, costly, dead, gainful, inutile, unreal, futile, unavailing, bootless, delusive, unsubstantial, trifling, idle, expensive, marginal, null, profitless, pointless, visionary, baseless, in vain, lean, useless, empty, profitable, ineffective, barren, thrive, ineffectual, worthless, deceitful, unthrifty, hopeless, used, unimportant, unproductive, otiose, unrewarding, unsatisfying, unsuccessful.

Antonyms:
efficient, beneficial, applicable, paid, advantageous, competent, powerful, economic, paying, worthwhile, substantial, successful, solid, practical, productive, effectual, deadly, gainful, workable, serviceable, efficacious, lucrative, feasible, valuable, adequate, bankable, valid, meaningful, moneymaking, useful, practicable, usable, real, sufficient, virtuous, expedient, juicy, potent, fat, functional, realizable, effective, sound, worthy, fruitful, remunerative, profitable.

Examples of usage:

1) Seasons of unprofitable labor, years of more or less pressure, they had indeed experienced, but actual want had never visited them; sickness, too, was almost as rare. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) In Germany the rates are certainly low and the management economical, but complaints are made that less is done for the encouragement of the national resources, and unprofitable traffic is more severely declined than by the private railways. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) The sum of this teaching seems to be that Mr. George would recognise no separate value in any improvements except buildings, and would be disposed to appropriate even them after such lapse of time as would make it not absolutely unprofitable to erect them. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

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