SWAP more suited IN A SENTENCE

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He is more suited, sir knight, to dine with your turnspits.'

His Lordship did so; no words could be more suited to the deed.

She's no more suited to you than a lace cover to a coal-scuttle.

But the interior is higher, and will be more suited to the white man.

The older woman will want a gown that is more suited to her years.

The house of mirth is more suited to it than the house of mourning.

Could any two people be more suited to each other than they?

But—only—it seemed to me Longfellow would be more suited to you.

His grandfather, who knew her better, would be more suited to the job.

Perhaps it is more suited to the French language than to English.