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Definition of Besuited
1. wearing a suit [adj]
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Literary usage of Besuited
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1. The Mercersburg Review by Marshall College (Mercersburg, Pa.). Alumni Association, Alumni Association, Pa.) Marshall College (Mercersburg (1851)
"It besuited thee to address them in verses serious and majestic. They were rich and noble and thou wast comfortably poor. I have no doubt but that thy moral ..."
2. The principles of population and their connection with human happiness by Archibald Alison (1840)
"Whether the present state of the empire besuited to withstand the shocks of adverse fortune, and whether the government which its vast and mercantile ..."
3. Stone; an Illustrated Magazine (1899)
"... smaller amounts of more valuable stone for monumental work are sought. hi every way Cape Ann seems to besuited to the production of building stone. ..."
4. Global Governance and the United Nations System by Volker Rittberger (2001)
"Strategies range from besuited, brief-cased experts striding the corridors of the institutions to the ..."