What is the difference between Soot and Suit and Suite?




What is the difference between Soot and Suit and Suite? :


Soot : (noun)

(
1 ) Black powder in the smoke of wood, coal, etc…

Sweep the soot out of the chimney.

One small fire in the kitchen covered the whole house in soot.



Suit : (verb)

(
1 ) Look attractive on someone

That color does not suit your complexion.

Will this skirt suit her?


(
2 ) Be convenient for or acceptable to someone

Will Friday suit you?

Would it suit you to come at five?


(
3 ) Be right or beneficial for someone / something

This climate does not suit me.

Very spicy food does not suit her stomach.



Suit : (noun)

(
1 ) Set of outer garments of the same materials

He was wearing a three piece suit.

He bought a business suit.


(
2 ) Set of clothing for a particular activity

Do you need a diving suit?



Suite : (noun)

(
1 ) Set of rooms in a hotel

This is a honeymoon suite.

They always stayed in a suite at the Ashoka Hotel.


(
2 ) Set of matching pieces of furniture for a sitting room

He bought a three-piece suite for the lounge.

I need a dining room suite.











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