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Definitions of "suitable"

  • Appropriate to a purpose or an occasion. adjective
  • Having sufficient or the required properties for a certain purpose or task; appropriate to a certain occasion. adjective
  • Capable of suiting; fitting; accordant; proper; becoming; agreeable; adapted. adjective
  • Capable of suiting; conformable; fitting; appropriate; proper; becoming.
  • Synonyms Fit, meet, appropriate, apt, pertinent, seemly, eligible, consonant, corresponding, congruous.
  • meant or adapted for an occasion or use adjective
  • worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse adjective

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CrypticDan
CrypticDan
2019-05-03

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2019-05-03

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Ooffydarls
2019-05-03

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SleepRetailer
2019-05-03

“It took longer than expected to find suitable outlets for all of our materials, but it’s a great feeling to know t…

IEthics
IEthics
2019-05-03

@David_Gunkel @atscmc @RobMcCargow It also requires the ability to tell the difference between human beings and art…

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