suit (v.) Old form(s): suite , sute , suted
dress, clothe, equip
AYL I.iii.114[Rosalind to Celia] Were it not better ... / That I did suit me all points like a man?
Cym V.i.23[Posthumus alone] I'll ... suit myself / As does a Briton peasant
H5 IV.ii.51[Grandpr?š to all] Description cannot suit itself in words / To demonstrate the life of such a battle
KL IV.vii.6.2[Cordelia to Kent] Be better suited
MV I.ii.69[Portia to Nerissa, of Falconbridge] How oddly he is suited!
Sonn.127.10[] my mistress' eyes are raven black, / Her eyes so suited, and they mourners seem
Sonn.132.12[] And suit thy pity like in every part
TN V.i.231[Viola as Cesario to and of Sebastian] So went he suited to his watery tomb
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