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Suitable

Describing a strategy or trading philosophy in which the investor is operating in accordance with his(her) financial means and investment objectives.

Suitability

The legal requirement than an investment adviser, broker, or other party act in a way most likely to fit a client's investment goals. See also: Fiduciary responsibility.
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Little Alick in a frock has already made arrangements for his union with a suitable young person at Kew.
There was one time of the year which was held in Raveloe to be especially suitable for a wedding.
Doubtless Sylvia was not entirely suitable to me, and to marry her was to be faithless to that vision of the highest, that wonderful unknown woman of the apocalyptic moorland, whose face Sylvia had not even momentarily banished from my dreams, and whom, with an unaccountable certitude, I still believed to be the woman God had destined for me; but, all things considered, Sylvia was surely as pretty an answer to prayer as a man could reasonably hope for.
But it is impossible to express the satisfaction I received in my own mind, after such a manner as to make it a suitable entertainment to the reader.
Well, we must look out for a suitable match for him.
With this intention he sold all he had and bought merchandise suitable to the voyages he was about to make.
With these views, she found it therefore impossible, from 1804 to 1815, to enter the lists with young girls who were rivalling each other for suitable matches.
But it occurred to me that a young and docile Hexagon, with a mathematical turn, would be a most suitable pupil.
The following day Dantes presented Jacopo with an entirely new vessel, accompanying the gift by a donation of one hundred piastres, that he might provide himself with a suitable crew and other requisites for his outfit, upon condition that he would go at once to Marseilles for the purpose of inquiring after an old man named Louis Dantes, residing in the Allees de Meillan, and also a young woman called Mercedes, an inhabitant of the Catalan village.
Neither too rounded nor too fine, it is a running hand, yet always suitable.
She was taught most that is suitable for a gentlewoman, without being crammed with superfluous accomplishments, and, aided by the good cure, a man who remembered her grandfather, had both polished and stored her mind.
Altogether, since no prospects were attached to his family name, and since a new christening seemed a suitable commencement of a new life, Mr.