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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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I," said Tom; and suiting the action to the word he struck the arm which held Arthur's arm so sharply that the Slogger dropped it with a start, and turned the full current of his wrath on Tom.
By all means, sir,' said Mr Tappertit, suiting the action to the word.
He can't see me,' returned Arthur, suiting the action to the word,
The old gentleman bowed respectfully; and advancing to the magistrate's desk, said suiting the action to the word, 'That is my name and address, sir.
Now we have left work off; we have left off suiting one another.
I haven't got anything of the kind belonging to me,' rejoined the cobbler, shaking his head; 'and if you want to meet with a good one, I'm afraid you'll find some difficulty in suiting yourself at this register office.