suit (n.) Old form(s): Suite , suites
clothing, dress, garb
1H4 I.ii.71[Prince Hal to Falstaff] For obtaining of suits? [Falstaff] Yea, for obtaining of suits [pun: sense 1]
AYL II.vii.44.2[Jaques to Duke Senior] It is my only suit [pun: sense 1]
AYL IV.i.78[Orlando to Rosalind as Ganymede] What, [out] of my suit? [pun: sense 1]
AYL IV.i.80[Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando] Not out of your apparel, and yet out of your suit [with pun on sense 1]
CE IV.ii.45[Dromio of Syracuse to Adriana, of the Officer and Antipholus of Ephesus] is in a suit of buff which 'rested him [pun: 44]
CE IV.iii.26[Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse, of the Officer] he, sir, that takes pity on decayed men and gives them suits of durance
Cym III.v.126[Pisanio to Cloten, of Posthumus] I have my lord, at my lodging the same suit he wore when he took leave of my lady and mistress
Ham I.ii.78[Hamlet to Gertrude] customary suits of solemn black
Ham I.ii.86[Hamlet to Claudius, of his outward actions] These but the trappings and the suits of woe
LLL IV.iii.253[King to Berowne] Black is the badge of hell, / The hue of dungeons, and the suit of night
MV II.ii.189[Bassanio to Gratiano] put on / Your boldest suit of mirth
MV II.iv.32[Lorenzo to all, of Jessica] What page's suit she hath in readiness
TN V.i.232[Viola as Cesario to Sebastian] If spirits can assume both form and suit / You come to fright us

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