suit (one) to a T(redirected from suit her to a T)
suit (one) to a T
To be ideal or perfectly appropriate for one; to be completely in line with one's tastes, preferences, interests, style, etc. A: "Gosh, it's been sweltering lately!" B: "I'm cold all the time, so this hot weather suits me to a T." I was nervous when he said he was buying a purple tuxedo, but it somehow suits him to a T. That kind of work suited her to a T, but when the company closed she had to settle for something a bit more mundane.
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suit someone to a Tand fit someone to a T
to be very appropriate for someone. This kind of job suits me to a T. This is Sally's kind of house. It fits her to a T.
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