A set of orchestral or instrumental pieces combined into one piece.
by carpo August 23, 2004
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The larger, usually handicapped-accessible, stall in a public restroom.

Aptly named for its luxuriously spacious accomodations, the suite is the prime location for mid-afternoon restroom breaks at work or school.

Almost exclusively located on the end of a bank of stalls, the suite ensures its occupant the utmost privacy, as he or she will never be subjected to more than one adjacent occupant.
After Jim had three 'El Grande Guapo Burrito' platters for lunch, he headed straight for the suite -- any other men's room stall just wouldn't do.
by Bryan May 18, 2005
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Originating from an attempt to look like a retad by spelling "sweet" as "suite" in order to validate a trade in fantasy football. Suite is one of the hottest commodities in sound waves right now. Often used in conjunction with d00d, man, dude. It is being suggested that changing the spelling of a word to it's homophone compliment will gradually overtake the 1337 language common on the internet.

1. suite (noun) - greater than or equal to "sweet"
- Suite, d00d, very sweet.

- Suite, dude, very sweet.

- That's retad, very suite.
by MTM September 4, 2004
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Slang for a businessman or any authority figure that wears a suit, e.g. manager, boss, supervisor.
Those suits have been riding my ass all day.
by Pork King April 30, 2003
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The supervisorial types who don't do anything real. Bosses.
"The suits think we take too many smoke breaks."
"They can blow it out their bung hole."
by octopd March 7, 2004
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Slightly negative reference for the executives or management of a company, because they are paid better and dress more formally than the employees.
"I work twice as hard as the suits and get paid half as much."
by Coell July 6, 2005
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Suits is a dis-affectionate tearm for people who are bussines men, government workers, for example the CIA, FBI and other three letter government officials.
It is also used to describe corporate exsecutives who, in their time, have earned themselves a reputation for buerocracy and calousness. It is not un-natural that they are treated with disdain and are some of the most corrupt and lothable people in history. Anarchists pray for their downfall, but then again so does everyone who is'nt them.
Thouh they are apparently wealthy and well-to-do the suicide rate of suits is on the increase. Either they grew some morals or they have learnt something we don't know! 0.0!
"I'm a man of bussines, those tree-huggers and liberal jerk-offs can shove it! I'm not concerned with pretty flowers or some indangered species of rat. I've got workers to suppress and money to eat."
by billy bo bo August 23, 2005
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