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By my faith, senor, hunting and amusements are more fit for idlers than for governors; what I intend to amuse myself with is playing all fours at Eastertime, and bowls on Sundays and holidays; for these huntings don't suit my condition or agree with my conscience.
I suppose you mean that I am to do my work for my wages; not to expect favour from you, and not to depend on you for any help but what I earn; that suits me exactly, and on these terms I will consent to be your clerk.
I can prepare for and put up with a regularly bad day, but these ha'porth-of-all-sorts kind of days do not suit me.
Well, then, I resolved, as at any time I might be invited to court to spend a week, I resolved to have always seven suits ready for the occasion.
It would be a little tight for your neck; something to lie down and hang would suit you better," she said, with some satisfaction.
Meanwhile, Dorothy had dressed herself in a pretty gown of soft grey embroidered with silver, and put a blue-and-gold suit of satin upon little Button-Bright, who looked as sweet as a cherub in it.
That will make a lovely suit," cried Polly, going on with the review.
The suit was of two peculiar shades of blue, so arranged that patches of light and dark distracted the eye.
I had to find food for two mouths beside my own and keep a roof over our heads--yes, and buy a winter suit, my one suit being decidedly summery.
A pessimist is one who never expects to find anything to suit him.
The snuff-coloured suit,' said Arthur Gride, surveying a threadbare coat.
Kings and queens who wear a suit but once, though made by some tailor or dressmaker to their majesties, cannot know the comfort of wearing a suit that fits.