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Origins of "suits you to a T"--Ignore all posts below this one!

Posted by Bruce Kahl on August 07, 2000

In Reply to: Origins of "suits you to a T" posted by Patty on August 07, 2000

: What is the origin of the phrase "it suits you to a T"? I was thinking it has to do with how a jacket fit when it was tailored and you
: extended your arms straight out from your sides to see if the sleeves and the shoulders fit well.

Sorry for all the empty posts, Patty!
Your phrase had a discussion a little while ago.
Below is the link!

See also: the meaning and origin of the phrase 'To a T'.