Definition of suitableness:
- "The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders", Ernest Scott.
For personal excellencies, he is the chief infinitely beyond comparison, and for suitableness to us and our necessities, all the gospel is an expression of it, so that he is presented in the most attractive drawing manner that can be imagined.- "The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning", Hugh Binning.
Men pursue nothing but under the notion of good, and to complete that which may be called good, there is required some excellency in the thing itself, and then a conveniency and suitableness to us, and these jointly draw the heart of man.- "The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning", Hugh Binning.