He wore his gray suit to the job interview.
filed a suit against the company that had manufactured the faulty heater, claiming they were responsible for the fire Verb
This kind of behavior hardly suits a person of your age.
She gave a serious speech that suited the occasion.
The formal furniture really suited the style of the house.
The job suits her very well. See More
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In their suit challenging that law, the gun owners and the California Rifle & Pistol Association argued that the ban violated their constitutional right to self-defense.—Alex Riggins, San Diego Union-Tribune, 23 Sep. 2023 Now, Copeland wants Apple and Unicode to follow suit.—Char Adams, NBC News, 22 Sep. 2023 That suit is scheduled to go to trial in 2025.
Dias, who did not reply to a request for comment, was not the only board member to raise issues with the Murdochs regarding Fox News.—Stephen Battaglio, Los Angeles Times, 22 Sep. 2023 Her Oppenheimer-star husband went for a monochromatic ensemble too, with a classic black suit, collarless black button-down, and black patent leather dress shoes.—Hanna Lustig, Glamour, 22 Sep. 2023 But the start of the trial could be delayed if a state appeals court upholds a last-minute legal challenge by Trump after the former president filed suit against the judge.—Aaron Katersky, ABC News, 22 Sep. 2023 It was filed in New York state court in December by a consumer who sought to represent a whole class of customers, and who then voluntarily discontinued the suit in March without explanation.—Teresa Xie, Fortune, 22 Sep. 2023 In the suit, the children are only referred to by their initials, WRJ, born in 2020, and DMJ, born in 2022.—Caitlin O'Kane, CBS News, 21 Sep. 2023 But there was a doorman, a guy in a peach-colored suit with his arms crossed, who manned the elevator entryway.—Dan Greene, The New Yorker, 11 Sep. 2023
Lots of denim? — and select a color that best suits you from there.—Sophie Dodd, Travel + Leisure, 19 Sep. 2023 An experienced healthcare professional can help create a treatment plan that suits the individual, including changing to Rybelsus, the oral form of semaglutide if needed.—Amber Smith, Discover Magazine, 19 Sep. 2023 In 2018—the same year the Italian textile juggernaut Zegna bought a majority stake in the brand, at a valuation of five hundred million dollars—LeBron James, a longtime fan, bought his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates matching Thom Browne suits to wear to playoff games.—Rachel Syme, The New Yorker, 18 Sep. 2023 Our aim is to ensure that all viewers have access to a free, aggregated live TV experience that champions British content and is delivered in a way that suits audience needs and preferences.—Naman Ramachandran, Variety, 17 Sep. 2023 Fergie celebrates her 39th birthday with Josh Duhamel and baby Axl
Parenthood suited the couple well.—Diana Pearl, Peoplemag, 15 Sep. 2023 With Medicare open enrollment happening Oct. 15-Dec. 7, people turning age 65 and older have the opportunity to choose the plan that best suits their needs.—Steven Lindsey, Dallas News, 15 Sep. 2023 As evidenced by our list of the best slow cookers, there are larger and smaller models available to suit a variety of needs and household sizes.—Alida Nugent, Better Homes & Gardens, 12 Sep. 2023 From cushy, cloudlike running shoes to supportive walking sneakers, there’s a wide range of options to suit every preference.—Sara Coughlin, SELF, 11 Sep. 2023 See More
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Middle English sute, seute pursuit, retinue, set, legal action, from Anglo-French siute, suite, from Vulgar Latin *sequita, from feminine of *sequitus, past participle of *sequere to follow — more at sue