Definition of suiting in English:

suiting

Line breaks: suit|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈsuːtɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1Fabric of a suitable quality for making suits, trousers, jackets, and skirts: they had a high-class shop there selling dress materials and men’s suiting [count noun]: there are wool suitings at £10 a metre
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    • Siyaram is also coming out with new products like a new range of polyester viscose suitings with additional specialty fibres such as Lycra and linen to provide fine quality suitings to consumers by the summer of 2004.
    • Linen comes in many weights ranging from very light, handkerchief linen, to heavy suitings.
    • Overall the market is difficult but there's a lot of interest in our lightweight worsted suitings and jacketings for spring 2006.
  • 1.1Suits collectively: this season’s slim suiting
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    • Silhouettes are sculpted, wrapped and draped with emphasis on simple elegance in slim cut suitings and asymmetric cut dresses.
    • Another first-time label on show was Strenesse which specialises in black suiting and wool piped bustier tops.
    • Spectator opens up to more vivid colour and patterns, with a strong emphasis on a streamlined look with a variety of coat/skirt ensembles and textured suitings.

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