• (adj): Outfitted or supplied with clothing.
    Example: "Recruits suited in green"
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Some articles on suited:

Suited For Change
... Suited for Change is a Washington, DC-based non-profit organization founded in 1992 that provides professional clothing and ongoing career education to low-income ... Suited for Change was a founding member of The Women’s Alliance, a national organization of independent community-based “sister organizations” who provide professional attire ...
Mahjong Tiles - Contents - Suited Tiles
... suit combination, thus there are 36 tiles in a suit, and 108 suited tiles in total ... To refer to a suited tile, the rank is named, followed by the suit ...
Sthenurus - Anatomy
... At the end of the foot was a small hoof like nail suited for flat terrain this toe is considered their fourth toe ... These unique adaptations suited their feeding habits of browsing in the case of S ... They possessed a short deep skull which was suited for eyes with stereoscopic vision this allowed for better vision ...
Suited Connectors
... Suited connectors is a poker term referring to pocket cards that are suited and consecutive, for example Q♥ J♥ ... In Texas hold'em, suited connectors play well against multiple players when they can see the flop for cheap ... However, a hand like ace-king suited might do well to raise because the cards will also work well if they pair, which is the more likely possibility, so the pot odds are less important ...
Soft Dent
... Suited for very large offices, and even multilocation offices ... The above reference states that "Suited for very large offices, and even multilocation offices." This does not appear to be the case, based on user experience and the products website ... It is best suited for single office locations of any size ...

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Famous quotes containing the word suited:

    Folly follows us all through our lives. If one man seems wiser than his neighbors, it is only because his follies are better suited to his age and his fortune.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)

    Test every work of intellect or faith
    And everything that your own hands have wrought,
    And call those works extravagance of breath
    That are not suited for such men as come
    Proud, open-eyed and laughing to the tomb.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The ability to secure an independent livelihood and honorable employ suited to her education and capacities is the only true foundation of the social elevation of woman, even in the very highest classes of society. While she continues to be educated only to be somebody’s wife, and is left without any aim in life till that somebody either in love, or in pity, or in selfish regard at last grants her the opportunity, she can never be truly independent.
    Catherine E. Beecher (1800–1878)