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suiter

/ˈsuːtə; ˈsjuːtə/
noun
1.
a piece of luggage for carrying suits and dresses
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  • The 1851 text often uses non-standard spellings such as visiter, suiter, persuit.

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  • Fremont has whirled back once more and controls suiter's Fort and Sonoma.

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