Definition of besuited in English:

besuited

Syllabification: be·suit·ed
Pronunciation: /bəˈso͞odəd
 
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adjective

(Of a person, especially a man) wearing a suit: the personification of Bloated Washington, heaving his besuited bulk from stump to stump
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  • It's rather lovely to imagine all those besuited men sitting around a table screaming and sobbing at each other; with him wailing, ‘Why did they vote NO?’
  • Landing at the Pakistan capital's airport the level of security was huge with mustachioed soldiers everywhere and several besuited men jabbering into walkie-talkies.
  • My mobile phone says 19.38 and I am still alone in the aptly christened Nostalgie Ball Room, barring a handful of meticulously besuited men at the door.

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