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suit yourself

to be satisfactory for you He was always able to arrange things to suit himself.
Usage notes: often showing you are annoyed: Suit yourself - as you usually do.

suit

n. a businessman or businesswoman; someone who is in charge. A couple of suits checked into a working-class hotel and caused some eyebrows to raise.
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As his train was suited to his functions and rank, the journey was effected, with the privations and hardships that are the accompaniments of all travelling in a wild, but without any of those dangers and alarms that marked his former passage through the same regions.
There is much to be said in favour of both religions, for each seems suited to its own people, and no doubt it was so intended.
Maybe you already know Italsuit uses fine Super 130s and 150s wool in their fabric, and manages to make a product that's comfortable and stylish, suited to the Los Angeles taste, but steeped in European class.
SUITED AND BOOTED: Coventry City midfielder Michael Doyle (left) models the new team suits with (left-right) manager Aidy Boothroyd, Suit Lounge owner Nick Chohan and team captain Lee Carsley
To help NASA pull off these ambitious plans, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are trying to design a space outfit suited to the far-flung mission.
Aside from the expense - with a retail price of $240, it is not suited for the masses - the main problem I see with the suit is getting to the starting blocks on time.
The company responded and said the idea was better suited for a television miniseries.