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
Seminars are suitable for ages 16 and older; 6-7 p.m., Xtreme Action Park, 5300 Powerline Rd.
When the cooperative was formed in 2001, it was required to collect milk from any farmer who wanted to supply it, which encouraged the intensification of dairy farming and its expansion into less suitable areas.
St. Tammany Parish withdrew from consideration after determining it couldn't provide a suitable venue for competition by the club's 2018-2019 debut.
If some of your choices are more suitable for special occasions (and thus more expensive), save those for another time.
Some trees, including red maple and river birch, are suitable.
Craters of the Moon contains ancient lava flows of rough and jagged rocks, but some areas not covered by the flows are suitable for cattle grazing.
Residents at the opening said the improvements met their biggest concerns: a safer and cleaner base and equipment more suitable for younger-aged children.
The one-bedroom had an extra nook, suitable for a dining room, office or nursery.
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First Known Use of suitable
Synonym Discussion of suitable
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
: being fit or right for a use or group The movie is suitable for children.
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