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

Definition of besuited

  1. :  wearing a suit In the convention center besuited jewelers display so many rubies, emeralds, sapphires and tourmalines that the stones resembled jelly beans in a candy store window. — John F. Ross, Smithsonian, September 2004 The brothers were standing by the rail, besuited, waiting for him with congenial smiles on their faces. — Jane Smiley, Horse Heaven, 2000

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to criticize severely

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