n. A following; the act of pursuing, as game; pursuit.n. Series; succession; regular order.n. The act of suing; a seeking for something by solicitation or petition; an address of entreaty; petition; prayer.n. Especially— A petition made to a person of exalted station, as a prince or prelate.n. Solicitation for a woman's hand in marriage; courtship; proposal of marriage.n. In law. A proceeding in a court of justice for the enforcement or protection of a right or claim, or for the redress of a wrong; prosecution of a right or claim before any tribunal: as, a civil suit; a criminal suit; a suit in chancery.n. The witnesses or followers of the plaintiff in an action at law.n. In feudal law, a following or attendance.n. A company of attendants or followers; train; retinue. Now commonly suite.n. A number of things composing a sequence or succession; a number of things of a like kind that follow in a series and are intended to be used together; a set or suite; specifically, one of the four sets or classes, known as spades, clubs, hearts, and diamonds, into which playing-cards are divided.n. A number of different objects intended to be used together, especially when made of similar materials and corresponding in general character and purpose: thus, a number of different garments designed to he worn together form a suit of clothes; a number of sails of different sizes and fitting different spars form a suit of sails.n. Synonyms Request, Petition, etc. See prayer.To adapt; accommodate; fit; make suitable.To be fitted or adapted to; be suitable or appropriate to; befit; answer the requirements of.To be agreeable to; fall in with the views, wishes, or convenience of: as, a style of living to suit one's tastes.To dress, as with a suit of clothes; clothe.Synonyms To comport with, tally with, correspond to, match, meet.To please, gratify, content.To correspond; agree; accord: generally followed by with or to.