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suitably

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuitablysuit‧a‧bly /ˈsuːtəbli, ˈsjuː- $ ˈsuː-/ ●○○ adverb  1 suitably dressed/prepared/equipped etc2 SUITABLE[+adj/adverb] having the amount of a feeling or quality you would hope for in a particular situation ‘He owns three hotels.’ The others looked suitably impressed.
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suitablyThis symmetry is required basically for optimum structural strength and to suitably accommodate the mollusc it protects.The soil was suitably acid, I suspected, judging by the proliferation of rhododendrons I had seen.If it is a public demonstration suggest that they wear a suitably neat outfit such as a track suit.An outfit called the Boston Coalition for Freedom of Expression was suitably outraged about the events.He recruited members of the Six Nations band, suitably painted and dressed in ceremonial garments.One good thing which happened immediately was that Universities offered shortened degree courses to suitably qualified ex-service men.Having put its money behind the project, Kodak felt that the photographers involved should be suitably rewarded.suitably impressedI try hard not to look awed and am relieved when I manage to appear nothing more than suitably impressed.Manson was suitably impressed and strongly identified with Hari-George's sentiments of disgust.Vic and Benny were suitably impressed by the fate of the sailor.Voice over John Major was suitably impressed with the offering.
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