The sergeant is one of the detective bureau's "dress-suit men."
Roberts: "I was trying to think where I'd put my dress-suit."
"Not a very pleasant reception," mused Dick, as he sat down on the upturned end of his dress-suit case.
He would make it a dress-suit affair and give the little girl a chance.
Must be a dress-suit or two among them, said Phil, or youd be thinking less about them and more about your skin.
Beside him was a dress-suit case, and he looked as if he was ready to travel.
He wore a dress-suit with a white waistcoat and patent leather pumps—what a wonder!
If I am in the city, and can afford to buy a dress-suit, I might consent.
Miss Bell had a dress-suit case, which her father tugged painfully into the house; Miss Bell followed him.
I know, ruefully; and my dress-suit is much too tight, supposing I wore it in the mornings.