besuited

besuited

(bɪˈsuːtɪd)
adj
wearing a suit
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The besuited number-crunchers who strut around their plush offices at Cadbury Schweppes' headquarters should reflect that they are custodians of a heritage far more important than wringing-out the last ounce of profit.
Anyone who has ever seen besuited brawlers in our town centres will quickly give the lie to such assumptions.
Among the throng were young mums with schoolchildren in tow, besuited office workers and construction workers.
Who's to say a grateful nation won't consider his 2005 achievement - though besuited rather than bespiked - even more heroic?
Shelves which feature an eye-catching ensemble of miniature, besuited musicians, have been incorporated into the lounge.
Situated in the heart of Birmingham's business quarter, it may well appeal to the area's besuited movers and shakers.
I get quite a buzz as I drive around, identifying with tradespeople now instead of the besuited, eating lunch in the cab, queuing up at the dump, or behind guys in overalls and woolly hats at the pie counter in Greggs.
I believe he will besuited by the track, the trip and the style of the race.
Ferguson finally appeared down a small grassy slope behind the main building - besuited, smiling and doing that half-walk, half-jog that befalls most of us at one time or another.
Churches yesterday unveiled a poster with a reworking of Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, featuring besuited power brokers as the disciples surrounding Jesus at a boardroom meeting.
I couldn't help jumping to the conclusion that in a distant office a besuited accountant was rubbing his hands with glee at the extra dough flowing in from unsuspecting punters ordering side dishes that weren't needed.