Long-suit

long suit

noun
1.
Cards.
a.
the suit in which the most cards are held in a hand.
b.
(in bridge) a suit in which four or more cards are held in a hand.
2.
the quality, activity, endeavor, etc., in which one excels: Diligence is his long suit.

Origin:
1875–80

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long suit
 
n
1.  a.  the longest suit in a hand of cards
 b.  a holding of four or more cards of a suit
2.  informal an outstanding advantage, personal quality, or talent

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