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The synonyms of “Suitable” are: desirable, worthy, suited, acceptable, satisfactory, fit, fitting, appropriate, fitted, apt, right, appropriate to, befitting, congruous with, in keeping with, in character with, tailor-made, custom-made, proper, seemly, decent, becoming, correct, due, decorous, well qualified, well suited, competent, capable, able
Suitable as an Adjective
Definitions of "Suitable" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “suitable” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Meant or adapted for an occasion or use.
- Right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation.
- Worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse.
Synonyms of "Suitable" as an adjective (30 Words)
|able||Having considerable skill proficiency or intelligence.|
A capable administrator.
The electoral arrangements must be acceptable to the people.
|appropriate||Suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc.|
This isn t the appropriate time or place.
|appropriate to||Suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc.|
|apt||Quick to learn.|
He is apt to ignore matters he considers unimportant.
|becoming||According with custom or propriety.|
Do not talk too much to your cousins it s not becoming.
|befitting||Appropriate to the occasion.|
Behavior befitting a father.
|capable||Able to achieve efficiently whatever one has to do; competent.|
A passage capable of misinterpretation.
|competent||Adequate for the purpose.|
The London Stock Exchange is the competent authority under the Financial Services Act.
|congruous with||Suitable or appropriate together.|
|correct||Socially right or correct.|
He was a polite man invariably correct and pleasant with Mrs Collins.
|custom-made||Made according to the specifications of an individual.|
Though one of her shoulder straps had slipped down she was perfectly decent by current standards.
|decorous||According with custom or propriety.|
The tete a tete was decorous in the extreme.
|desirable||Worth having or seeking or achieving.|
A desirable outcome.
|due||(of a thing) required or owed as a legal or moral obligation.|
Talks are due to adjourn tomorrow.
|fit||(usually followed by `to’ or `for’) on the point of or strongly disposed.|
A fit subject for discussion.
|fitted||Of a room equipped with matching units of fitted furniture.|
A fitted kitchen.
|fitting||Being precisely fitting and right.|
Loose fitting trousers.
|in character with||Directed or bound inward.|
|in keeping with||Directed or bound inward.|
|proper||Denoting something that is truly what it is said or regarded to be; genuine.|
To judge with my proper eyes.
|right||Socially right or correct.|
The right answer.
|satisfactory||(of a patient in a hospital) not deteriorating or likely to die.|
Satisfactory living conditions.
|seemly||According with custom or propriety.|
I felt it was not seemly to observe too closely.
|suited||Outfitted or supplied with clothing.|
Recruits suited in green.
|well qualified||Wise or advantageous and hence advisable.|
|well suited||In good health especially after having suffered illness or injury.|
|worthy||Worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse.|
A worthy cause.
Usage Examples of "Suitable" as an adjective
- The parents found the girl suitable for their son.
- These toys are not suitable for children under five.
- A tractor suitable (or fit) for heavy duty.
Associations of "Suitable" (30 Words)
|acceptable||Judged to be in conformity with approved usage.|
An acceptable substitute for champagne.
|adequacy||The state or quality of being adequate.|
He questioned the adequacy of the usual sentimental interpretation of the Golden Rule.
|adequate||Satisfactory or acceptable in quality or quantity.|
Adequate resources and funding.
|affordable||That you have the financial means for.|
|aligning||Causing to fall into line or into position.|
|ample||(of a person’s figure) full or broad.|
There is ample time for discussion.
|appropriate||Take (something) for one’s own use, typically without the owner’s permission.|
It seems that an apology is appropriate.
|compatibility||A feeling of sympathy and friendship; like-mindedness.|
They felt the bond of true compatibility.
|compatible||Capable of forming a homogeneous mixture that neither separates nor is altered by chemical interaction.|
A compatible married couple.
|conformable||Quick to comply-Shakespeare.|
I have been to you a true and humble wife at all times to your will conformable.
|congruous||In agreement or harmony.|
This explanation is congruous with earlier observations.
A decent wage.
|eligible||(of a person) desirable or suitable as a partner in marriage.|
Eligible to run for office.
|enough||An adequate quantity a quantity that is large enough to achieve a purpose.|
I can get there easily enough.
|fit||Be the right size or shape fit correctly or as desired.|
Well are you fit.
|germane||Relevant and appropriate.|
That is not germane to our theme.
|harmonious||Forming a pleasing or consistent whole.|
The decor is a harmonious blend of traditional and modern.
|identical||Having properties with uniform values along all axes.|
The passage on the second floor was identical to the one below.
|inoffensive||Substituting a mild term for a harsher or distasteful one.|
A quiet inoffensive man.
|moderation||The avoidance of excess or extremes, especially in one’s behaviour or political opinions.|
He urged the police to show moderation.
|proper||Satisfactorily or correctly.|
|properly||In the right manner; correctly; suitably.|
Ensuring the work is carried out properly.
|propriety||The condition of being right, appropriate, or fitting.|
He always behaved with the utmost propriety.
|relevancy||The relation of something to the matter at hand.|
|relevant||Having a bearing on or connection with the subject at issue.|
Her films are relevant for feminists today.
|sufficiency||Self sufficiency or independence of character especially of an arrogant or imperious sort.|
He questioned the sufficiency of human intelligence.
|suitability||The quality of being right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation.|
Her superiors had doubts about her suitability for the job.
|symphonic||(of music) relating to or having the form or character of a symphony.|
The symphonic hum of a million insects.
|unobjectionable||Free from objectionable elements; fit for all observers.|
The bail conditions were unobjectionable as far as he was concerned.
|validation||The action of checking or proving the validity or accuracy of something.|
The technique requires validation in controlled trials.