1. simple past tense and past participle of suit


suited (not comparable)

  1. (card games, in combination) Having the specified number or kind of suits.
    a three-suited hand
  2. (poker, of two or more cards) Of the same suit.
    Brunson has ace-king suited in the small blind
  3. Wearing a suit.
    • 2003, Jonathan Swan, Quack Magic: The Dubious History of Health Fads and Cures, Ebury Press, →ISBN:
      Skull-caps and alchemical paraphernalia surrounded the seventeenth-century quack, whereas his nineteenth-century equivalent might appear top-hatted and suited, evidently a person of learning and ‘quality’.
    • 2011, Amber Kizer, Wildcat Fireflies, Delacorte Press, →ISBN, page 36:
      “Them?” I pointed to a couple of top-hatted, suited men leaning against a building farther down the street.
    • 2017, Jesse J[ames] Holland, Black Panther: Who Is the Black Panther?, Marvel Worldwide, Inc., →ISBN:
      One of the black-suited drivers nodded at his compatriots and slowly walked up to one of the men on the firing line.

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