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suit

Definition of suit:

Common misspellings:

  • suiet (10.0%)
  • sut (10.0%)
  • uit (6.7%)
  • sult (3.3%)
  • sui (13.3%)
  • suiets (6.7%)
  • siute (3.3%)
  • sute (3.3%)
  • souit (6.7%)
  • suti (13.3%)
  • sutes (6.7%)
  • suie (3.3%)
  • siut (3.3%)
  • wuit (3.3%)
  • seuit (6.7%)

Usage examples for suit:

  • He's making a new suit for me; and I'd hate to have anything happen to him. "The Tale of Ferdinand Frog" – Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Conversin' was his long suit "Shorty McCabe" – Sewell Ford
  • " For a long time we could find neither to suit us. "Stories of Birds" – Lenore Elizabeth Mulets
  • You know we have a suit "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill" – Winston Churchill

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Trochee
Part of Speech:
Noun

A metrical foot of two syllables, so called from its tripping or joyous character: in L. verse, consisting of a long and a short, as numen: in E. verse, of an accented and unaccented syllable, as tripod. ...

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