Suit

  • 141 Suit of coins — The Suit of Coins is used in Latin suited playing cards, including tarot decks, and corresponds to the suit of diamonds in conventional playing cards. In divinatory and occult tarot it is part of what is called the Minor Arcana . Like the other… …

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  • 142 suit of clothes — noun a set of garments (usually including a jacket and trousers or skirt) for outerwear all of the same fabric and color they buried him in his best suit • Syn: ↑suit • Hypernyms: ↑garment • Hyponyms: ↑business suit, ↑d …

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  • 143 Suit of cups — The modern suit of Hearts is derived from the suit of cups, in latin suited playing cards, such as tarot. These are sometimes referred to as chalices as well as cups. The element of cups is water, and the suit of cups pertains to situations and… …

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  • 144 suit, suite — These words have a common origin but are used in different ways. One speaks of a suit of clothes, a suit at law, a suit of cards. Suite means a company of followers, a connected series of rooms, a musical composition. Suit is pronounced syoot ;… …

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  • 145 Suit Yourself — Infobox Album | Name = Suit Yourself Type = Album Artist = Shelby Lynne Released = 2005 Recorded = Genre = Length = 44:41 Label = Capitol Records Producer = Shelby Lynne Reviews = * Music Box Rating|3.5|5 [http://www.musicbox online.com/sl… …

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  • 146 Suit of wands — In tarot, the suit of wands or batons can be used like one of the suits of playing cards (in traditional games) or as a divination tool.In divination, the suit of wands represents the element of fire and gives information relating to the traits… …

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  • 147 Suit of swords — The Suit of Swords is a suit found in playing cards using the Italian and Spanish suits. It is also found in Latin Suited Tarot Cards. It s equivalent to Spades in Anglo American playing cards.Common divinatory meaningsSwords correspond to the… …

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  • 148 Suit actor — A nihongo|suit actor|スーツアクター|sūtsu akutā is a member of a Japanese tokusatsu production who works similar to a stunt performer. However, the suit actor does all of his or her stunts while in a full costume that normally obscures their identity… …

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  • 149 Suit combination - 10 missing — See main article Suit combinations. The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge indicates the best line of play in contract bridge for a single suit in isolation in which declarer and dummy lack the ten but possess the ace, king, queen and jack. The line …

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  • 150 Suit combinations - K10 missing — See main article Suit combinations. The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge indicates the best line of play in contract bridge for a single suit in isolation in which declarer and dummy lack the king and ten but possess the ace, queen and jack. The… …

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  • 151 suit yourself — 1) used for telling someone to do what is convenient for them You can adapt the recipe to suit yourself. 2) spoken used for telling someone rather rudely to do whatever they want, even though it is not what you want them to do You don t agree?… …

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  • 152 suit money — Counsel fees allowed or awarded by court to party. An allowance, in the nature of temporary alimony, authorized by statute in some states to be made to a wife on the institution of her suit for divorce, intended to cover the reasonable expenses… …

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  • 153 suit and service — noun also suit service Etymology: suit (I) 1. : the obligation of being in attendance at a feudal court and of serving one s suzerain 2. : homage, fealty; …

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  • 154 suit-dress — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : a woman s two piece costume that consists usually of a lightweight jacket and skirt and is worn either as a dress or suit * * * /sooht dres /, n. a costume ensemble for women, consisting of a dress and matching coat or jacket. * …

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  • 155 suit yourself — {v. phr.}, {informal} To do what one likes or prefers. * / I don t care where you want to sleep, he said. Suit yourself! / …

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  • 156 suit yourself — {v. phr.}, {informal} To do what one likes or prefers. * / I don t care where you want to sleep, he said. Suit yourself! / …

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  • 157 Suit combination - J missing — The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge indicates the best line of play in contract bridge for a single suit in isolation in which declarer and dummy lack the jack but possess the ace, king, queen and ten. The line of play varies depending on how… …

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  • 158 suit costs — noun an award granted by a court requiring on party to pay a portion of the costs associated with a law suit for another party …

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  • 159 suit\ yourself — v. phr. informal To do what one likes or prefers. I don t care where you want to sleep, he said. Suit yourself! …

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  • 160 suit every pocket —    This term refers to the amount of money you are able to spend or the price you can afford.     The store offers a wide range of computers at prices to suit every pocket …

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