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Spell Check of suit

Correct spelling: suit

Definition of suit:

  1. A set; a number of things used together; a set of the same kind or stamp; retinue; attendance; train; a petition; courtship; an action or process for the recovery of a right or claim; pursuit; prosecution.
  2. To fit; to become; to dress; to please; to be content.
  3. To agree; to accord; to correspond. See Sue.

Google Ngram Viewer results for suit:

This graph shows how "suit" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for suit:

  1. You can't get an actor to do something that is beyond his range, so you have to be aware of the range of the actor and, if necessary, alter the part to suit the actor.
  2. When I look at a body it gives me choice of what to put in a painting, what will suit me and what won't.
  3. Honesty pays, but it doesn't seem to pay enough to suit some people.
  4. Objection is when I say: this doesn't suit me. Resistance is when I make sure that what doesn't suit me never happens again.
  5. I put on the fat suit and went outside and walked around. I was really nervous about being found out, but nobody would even make eye contact with me. It really upset me.

Rhymes for suit:

  1. cute, bute, brute, boot, hoot, shute, coot, chute, mute, flute, lute, stroot, scoot, moot, loot, fruit, newt, butte, boote, toot, knute, huette, brut, root, jute, truitt, shoot, route;
  2. commute, permute, compute, pursuit, repute, uproot, astute, minute, recruit, beirut, refute, dispute, salute, reroute, cahoot, pollute, dilute, acute, impute;
  3. disrepute, subacute;