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The synonyms of “Suited” are: suitable, good enough
Suited as an Adjective
Definitions of "Suited" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “suited” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Wearing a suit of clothes of a specified type, fabric, or colour.
- Outfitted or supplied with clothing.
- Meant or adapted for an occasion or use.
- Right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation.
Synonyms of "Suited" as an adjective (2 Words)
|good enough||Deserving of esteem and respect.|
|suitable||Right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation.|
A tractor suitable or fit for heavy duty.
Usage Examples of "Suited" as an adjective
- The job is well suited to your abilities and experience.
- A dark-suited man.
- Recruits suited in green.
- The task is ideally suited to a computer.
- Sober-suited lawyers.
Associations of "Suited" (30 Words)
|applicable||Relevant or appropriate.|
The same considerations are equally applicable to accident claims.
|apposite||Apt in the circumstances or in relation to something.|
An apposite quotation.
|appropriate||Devote (money or assets) to a special purpose.|
It seems that an apology is appropriate.
|apt||Naturally disposed toward.|
He is apt to be swayed by irrational considerations.
|attire||Clothes, especially fine or formal ones.|
Lady Agatha was attired in an elaborate evening gown.
|befit||Accord or comport with.|
As befits a Quaker he was a humane man.
|befitting||Appropriate to the occasion.|
A country which can run the prestigious tournament in a befitting manner.
|caparison||Put a caparison on.|
His horse was caparisoned with coloured ribbons.
|conformance||Correspondence in form or appearance.|
Conformance to international standards.
|congruous||Suitable or appropriate together.|
This explanation is congruous with earlier observations.
He had acted with the utmost decorum.
|don||Teacher at a university or college (especially at Cambridge or Oxford.|
The princess donned a long blue dress.
|dressed||Dressed in fancy or formal clothing.|
A dressed wet fly.
|equip||Supply with the necessary items for a particular purpose.|
The expedition was equipped with proper clothing food and other necessities.
|etiquette||The customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a particular profession or group.|
|felicitous||Well chosen or suited to the circumstances.|
A felicitous phrase.
|fit||The manner in which something fits.|
They fitted smoke alarms to their home.
|fitting||The action of fitting something.|
The fitting of new engines by the shipyard.
|germane||Relevant to a subject under consideration.|
That is not germane to our theme.
|just||Of an opinion or appraisal well founded justifiable.|
His just inheritance.
|manner||A style in literature or art.|
An adverb of manner.
|neatly||In a neat way.|
Neatly folded shirts.
|opportune||(of a time) especially convenient or appropriate for a particular action or event.|
An opportune time to receive guests.
|outfit||A set of clothes worn together, especially for a particular occasion or purpose.|
Her wedding outfit.
|panoply||A splendid display.|
A deliciously inventive panoply of insults.
|pertinent||Relevant or applicable to a particular matter; apposite.|
Practitioners must consider all factors pertinent to a situation.
|proper||(of a psalm, lesson, prayer, etc.) appointed for a particular day, occasion, or season.|
Everything in its proper place.
|relevant||Appropriate to the current time, period, or circumstances; of contemporary interest.|
The candidate s experience is relevant to the job.
|right||Intended for the right hand.|
Is this the right way to the cottage.
|seemly||Conforming to accepted notions of propriety or good taste; decorous.|