suit someone's book

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of suit someone's book

British, informal
:to be suitable or satisfactory to someone
  • The changes should suit your book.

Word by Word Definitions

suit play
  1. : suite

  2. : recourse or appeal to a feudal superior for justice or redress

  3. : an action or process in a court for the recovery of a right or claim

  1. : to be becoming to

  2. : to be proper for : befit

  3. : to outfit with clothes : dress

someone play
  1. : some person : somebody

book play
  1. : a set of written sheets of skin or paper or tablets of wood or ivory

  2. : a set of written, printed, or blank sheets bound together between a front and back cover

  3. : a long written or printed literary composition

  1. : derived from books (see 1book 1) and not from practical experience

  2. : shown by ledgers

  1. : to register (something, such as a name) for some future activity or condition (as to engage transportation or reserve lodgings)

  2. : to schedule engagements for

  3. : to set aside time for


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