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Definition of "suitability" [suit•a•bil•i•ty]

  • The quality of being suitable. (noun)

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Use "suitability" in a sentence
  • "What we do have is standards that the Legal Counsel's Office has that maintains what we call the suitability determination."
  • "In a recent Superior Court case, the court quoted an 1882 Connecticut Supreme Court opinion stating that suitability is not defined by the law so that its application can be determined as mere matter of eye-sight, but it is left necessarily to be determined solely by the judgment of the commissioners based upon inquiry and information."
  • "In a Summer of 2007, in suitability with a agreement between Buffalo Rapids Board of Control as well as Dave Schwarz, a pickup was used to lift Deb Schwarzs mobile kitchen to a Lapp wedding."