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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of suit.
- adj. Of the same suit
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. outfitted or supplied with clothing
- adj. meant or adapted for an occasion or use
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Roger thought the name suited the rubber insect perfectly.
Miss Laura Jane Wilding was the character I played in Matador, and the name suited my new little friend to a tee.
Not only was she English born, but the title suited her classy nature.
The name suited him, as he loved to “sing for his supper,” as well as let us know when he needed to go outdoors.
The label suited his purpose: for decades, Hoover had been warning that the Red Menace had swept across America's shores.
She said it was well-known that he was a dog, so the name suited him.
The name suited the child, she reflected, glad now that she had chosen it.
The nickname suited her, he thought, without diminishing her dignity.
This reply fully satisfied the Councillor; the title suited the dress.
No, Ms Palin the word suited is not something you actually wear!