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suited

[ soo-tid ]
/ ˈsu tɪd /
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adjective
appropriate for or compatible with a particular person, task, occasion, etc.; fitted: A good writer chooses a prose style suited to the subject.Parents can decide whether the program is suited for their child.
wearing a suit, especially of a specified kind or color (often used in combination): At the negotiating table sat a gray-suited executive from the other company.Who do you think the jury will believe—the suited detective, or the revolutionary anarchist?
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of suit.
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Origin of suited

First recorded in 1615–25; suit + -ed2 for the adjective senses; suit + -ed1 for the verb sense

OTHER WORDS FROM suited

un·suit·ed, adjectivewell-suit·ed, adjective
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