fit

All Verb Noun Adjective
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  • His house was later fitted with the first glass windows in the county.
  • It was so small it could fit into a small box like the one she is holding.
  • It soon became apparent that a new name was needed to fit the new musical style.
  • They fit together as two parts of a whole.
  • Other times, hard news otherwise not fitting in the program may be placed here.
  • In other words, the question of how women musicians fit into traditional music history was now being asked.
  • The less he or she knows the more likely a different term would be more fitting.
  • They were first used on adults, but now they are being fitted to children.
  • He granted leaves to commanders who he felt were not fit for their position.
  • Others feel the title is fitting, since it is the only professional league of its kind.
  • So here was the source for that energy; it all fitted!
  • The field was just barely large enough to fit a football field.
  • Ships were therefore usually fitted with guns of very diverse age and size.
  • Some equipment only fits the needs for one particular mission over another.
  • A actor may also be added to play roles fitting to his age.
  • A model must fit all the data points.
  • These weapons are small enough to fit in the palm of the hand.
  • These provide structure for the other pieces to fit into and rotate around.
  • The assignment was described as not being a good fit in either direction.
  • Hell and Back does not fit into any particular time period.
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Meaning of fit

  • noun A display of bad temper
    he had a fit, she threw a tantrum, he made a scene
  • noun The manner in which something fits
    I admired the fit of her coat
  • verb Be the right size or shape; fit correctly or as desired
    This piece won't fit into the puzzle
  • verb Make fit
    fit a dress, He fitted other pieces of paper to his cut-out
  • verb Insert or adjust several objects or people
    Can you fit the toy into the box?, This man can't fit himself into our work environment
  • verb Conform to some shape or size
    How does this shirt fit?
  • adjective Meeting adequate standards for a purpose
    a fit subject for discussion, it is fit and proper that you be there, water fit to drink, fit for duty, do as you see fit to
  • adjective Physically and mentally sound or healthy
    felt relaxed and fit after their holiday, keeps fit with diet and exercise