Definitions for suited

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. suitable, suited(adj)

    meant or adapted for an occasion or use

    "a tractor suitable (or fit) for heavy duty"; "not an appropriate (or fit) time for flippancy"

  2. suited(adj)

    outfitted or supplied with clothing

    "recruits suited in green"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Suited

    of Suit

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. President Barack Obama:

    Well, I'm best suited for basketball, but I cannot believe that the commissioner of football gets paid $44 million a year.

  2. Heidi Medema:

    I think Alaska just called to him because it is such an incredibly remote, adventurous place. It really suited his personality.

  3. Javier Ortega:

    I have never used a prosthesis before, they made me several prostheses until this one suited me. It moves when I move my wrist.

  4. Ro Sheffe:

    We deeply admire the work the treatment center does, but there are so many other locations in the city that are better suited for them.

  5. Alfred Galik:

    Such crossbreeding was not unusual at the time, hybrids were easier to handle, more enduring and larger than their parents. These animals were especially suited for military use.

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