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To follow suit

(Card Playing) to play a card of the same suit as the leading card; hence, colloquially, to follow an example set.
(Card Playing) See under Follow, v. t.
To mimic the action of another person; to perform an action similar to what has preceded; as, when she walked in, John left the room and his wife followed suit.
(Card Playing) the suit{8} of which a player has the largest number of cards in his hand; as, his long suit was clubs, but his partner insisted on making hearts trumps..
that quality or capability which is a person's best asset; as, we could see from the mess in his room that neatness was not his long suit.
same as long suit, (b).
- Bill Disbrow (basketball coach) 1998.

See also: Follow Suit Suit Suit Suit Suit

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To fly around
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To fly in the face of
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To follow the hounds
To follow up
To fool away
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To foot it
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To foreclose a mortgager
To forestall the market
To forget one's self
To fork over
To form on
To forswear one's self
To freeze up
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To freshen the hawse
To freshen the way
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