besuited

adjective
be·suit·ed | \bi-ˈsü-təd, bē-\

Definition of besuited 

: wearing a suit besuited businessmen By 1900, managers routinely entered the field of play, and uniforms were their standard dress. Besuited coaches, most notably Connie Mack, were seen as relics.Sports Illustrated

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1959, in the meaning defined above

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