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suite

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of suite

  1. 1 a body of employees or servants who accompany and wait on a person an athlete accompanied everywhere by a suite of attendants, including his personal trainer, a dietician, and a massage therapist Synonyms of suite entourage, following, posse, retinue, cortege, tail, trainWords Related to suite crew, personnel, staff; court; assistant, attendant, helper, retainer

  2. 2 a number of things considered as a unit replaced the mismatched bed and chests of drawers with a handsome new bedroom suite Synonyms of suite array, assemblage, band, bank, batch, battery, block, bunch, clot, clump, cluster, clutch, collection, constellation, grouping, huddle, knot, lot, muster, package, parcel, passel, set, groupWords Related to suite accumulation, aggregate, aggregation, conglomeration; agglomeration, assortment, hodgepodge, jumble, miscellany, mixture, odds and ends, sundries, variety; cycle, run, series, suitNear Antonyms of suite entity, item, single, unit

  3. 3 a room or set of rooms in a private house or a block used as a separate dwelling place whenever he visits the city, he stays in his uncle's 10th-floor suite Synonyms of suite diggings [chiefly British], digs, flat [chiefly British], lodgings, apartment, tenementWords Related to suite bed-sitter (also bedsit or bed-sitting-room) [British], cohousing, condo, condominium, duplex, duplex apartment, efficiency, efficiency apartment, flatlet [British], floor-through, garden apartment, granny flat [chiefly British], maisonette, penthouse, railroad flat, salon, saloon [chiefly British], studio, studio apartment, triplex, walk-up; gallery, wing; apartment building, apartment house, tenement house



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