1 I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street," he said, "which would suit us down to the ground.
A Study In Scarlet By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In PART I: CHAPTER I. MR. SHERLOCK HOLMES
2 Again she lifted the heavy suit case to her shoulder.
3 She would drop her suit case in at the kitchen window, and then go on up to the Inn.
4 She thrust her suit case in at the scullery window and walked on, till at the corner she saw the red curtain at the bar window.
5 His suit of armour was formed of steel, richly inlaid with gold, and the device on his shield was a young oak-tree pulled up by the roots, with the Spanish word Desdichado, signifying Disinherited.
6 Gurth at length complied; and telling out eighty zecchins upon the table, the Jew delivered out to him an acquittance for the horse and suit of armour.
7 Michaelis came: in summer, in a pale-coloured suit and white suede gloves, with mauve orchids for Connie, very lovely, and Act I was a great success.
8 Ay, he's got a will of his own, an it's hard to suit him.
9 There he stood, tall and slender, and so different, in a formal suit of thin dark cloth.
10 You would know what you were about, of course; but that would not suit me.
11 It did not suit his sense of propriety, and he was silenced, till induced by further smiles and liveliness to put the matter by for the present.
12 Everybody was growing weary of indecision, and the first idea with everybody was, that nothing had been proposed before so likely to suit them all.
13 When you have studied the character, I am sure you will feel it suit you.
14 After all our debatings and difficulties, we find there is nothing that will suit us altogether so well, nothing so unexceptionable, as Lovers' Vows.
15 Your cousins have occasionally attended them; but they would not altogether suit us now.