Examples of suitable in a Sentence
The dress was a suitable choice.
We upgraded the computer to make it suitable to our needs.
Recent Examples of suitable from the Web
Waste Management also provides two citywide landfill curbside collection weeks per year for large items that are broken or soiled and not suitable for donation.
You were baffled that no one had answers and, odds are good, your language wasn’t suitable for kids for the next 90 minutes.
His 3-yard touchdown pass to Mark Andrews with 4:52 left in the third quarter sparked a not suitable for work response from Mayfield along the Sooners’ bench after the score.
The puppets in a children’s TV show come out to play in this not-suitable-for-kids show at the Factory Theater.
While water from the Willamette had been more than suitable for humans during Portland's early days, rapid growth had led to increasing pollution of the river, which, in turn, led to dirty water in the reservoir.
There are about a dozen attachments for the tip of the cane, suitable for any terrain.
Off the menu: See the Fredburger, suitable for cheeseburger-loving 10-year-olds.
On Sunday night, Simpson, 37, shared a picture of her and her husband that’s almost not suitable for work.
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Synonym Discussion of suitable
- fit for battle
- clothes suitable for camping
- meet payment
- proper acknowledgement
- an appropriate gift
- a fitting end
- apt quotations
- a happy choice of words
- a felicitous phrase
SUITABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of suitable for English Language Learners
: having the qualities that are right, needed, or appropriate for something
SUITABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of suitable for Students
- The movie is suitable for children.
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