Definition of "suiting" [suit•ing]

  • Fabric from which suits are made. (noun)

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Use "suiting" in a sentence
  • "We humans are inherently social creatures, so it makes sense that we would create our own groups to which we can gravitate when the weight of not-suiting is too great."
  • "Putin, ex-KGB head, now leader of an atheistic evil empire, probably talks to himself in Russian,and Biden was roughly translating, using a euphemism suiting for the wsj."
  • "Then she said, "Helen wind slow," again suiting the action to the words."