He was dressed in a plain suit of black with a narrow black tie.
She had on a cheap, plain suit, evidently bought several years before.
They saw a portly man, in a plain suit of regimentals, and no crown upon his head.
One trump and four cards of a plain suit is too weak to play.
Her plain suit had been well brushed, and the coat was embellished by a fresh, dainty collar and wide cuffs of white linen.
Whether the minister wore a gown and bands, or plain suit of black, or was undistinguished in his dress?
Tombs are the clothes of the dead—a grave but a plain suit, and a rich monument one embroidered.
The count was drest in a plain suit of black, and wore a Milanese cap upon his head.
Now, if Mr. Morris could only have a plain suit, he would look so much more like a bridegroom.
He has on a plain suit of blue clothes, a cocked beaver hat and draw boots.