long suit


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Synonyms for long suit

something at which a person excels

Synonyms for long suit

in a hand, the suit having the most cards

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She was wearing what looked to be a very slim, long suit or coat over her dress.
Subtlety has never been the long suit of Keane, whose first act on being signed by Clough for Nottingham Forest was to paint the walls and ceilings of his new apartment black.
Even the best genre fiction is frequently consigned to this second category, but with The Long Suit Philip Davison reminds us that excellence is where you find it.
He started the show looking like a young Bob Dylan in a long suit jacked, shirt and tie.
Entertainment has never been Middlesbrough's long suit.
After all, they broke up AT & T and had a long suit against Microsoft.
In the old days, 'black tie' used to mean long dress, but these days it could mean long dress, long suit with trousers or pants, or a cocktail dress - it's not as simple,' says Caroline.
As Hampel momentarily reflects -- not his long suit, his motto being "Let's just see what'll happen next" -- how he has come to this pass at the border, he decides it all began with Hitler.
Maintaining conversational momentum is not Markie's long suit.
While self-awareness has never been Helga's long suit, her efforts to understand her emotions and to make the right choices about her life become disastrous after the destabilizing shock of Anderson's rejection.
Team spirit will be Scotland's long suit in the games with Holland, Switzerland and England.
That looks to be her long suit and she can be forgiven a poor effort when sixth at Kempton last time out over this trip as the ground would have been quicker than ideal and the tight track would also have been against her.
While his human namesake's forte was very much a turn of speed, the Sue Smith-trained seven-year-old's long suit is stamina.
Geography might not be a footballer's long suit but surely the fact that the World Cup is in the `Far East' should have given Keane a clue that it was not going to be a day-trip to Killarney.