Strauss-Kahn famously logged more than 60,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) selling his suitability to IMF members in 2007.
Many of these acted plays gained what suitability they had for the stage by accident rather than design.
It means a lack of neatness and order, a want in the ideas of suitability.
The general shape, and the suitability of the shape for swimming.
In the matter of suitability of foods, much depends upon the local supply.
This period of growth is determined by the age of the tree, the suitability of moisture and nutrient supply.
There was no question of suitability—no thought of excellence or the reverse.
They sat on a seat and discussed the weather, the suitability of grass as a dancing floor, the superiority of a band over a piano.
It's what money stands for, beauty, and suitability—and—everything.
Each speech must be a special study in suitability and proportion.