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Meanings and phrases
- meeting adequate standards for a purpose
- (usually followed by `to' or `for') on the point of or strongly disposed; primed; set
- physically and mentally sound or healthy
- a display of bad temper; tantrum; scene; conniption
- the manner in which something fits
- a sudden uncontrollable attack; paroxysm; convulsion
- a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason); burst
- be agreeable or acceptable to; suit; accommodate
- be the right size or shape; fit correctly or as desired; go
- satisfy a condition or restriction; meet; conform to
- make fit
- insert or adjust several objects or people
- be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics; match; correspond; check; jibe; gibe; tally; agree
- provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; equip; fit out; outfit
- conform to some shape or size
- make correspond or harmonize; match
- go together; harmonize; harmonise; consort; accord; concord; agree
- provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; equip; fit; outfit
- provide with clothes or put clothes on; dress; clothe; enclothe; garb; raiment; tog; garment; habilitate; apparel
- get very angry and fly into a rage; flip one's lid; blow up; throw a fit; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; combust; blow one's stack; fly off the handle; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; go ballistic
- get very angry and fly into a rage; flip one's lid; blow up; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; have a fit; combust; blow one's stack; fly off the handle; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; go ballistic
- It glides over all objects that do not fit in with its aim.
- in large type did not fit in a column.
- Therefore, many in the BDSM community do not fit the criteria.
- in large type did not fit in a column.
- Van Gundy's coaching style did not fit Francis's style of play.
- She too did not fit into the gender dichotomy of female stereotypes.
- The TCCB gave Barrington permission to cancel the tour if he saw fit.
- This order authorised field commanders to execute essentially anyone they saw fit.
- Kou Zhun was a great speaker and had a reputation of offering criticism as he saw fit.
- This approach does not fit the traditional Relational Data Model.
- When an endless belt does not fit the need, jointed and link V-belts may be employed.
- This version does not fit "Bjarkimal" as it relates that Rörik had been killed by Hrólf.
- The Voyager however will be unable to fit within a hangar at RAF Mount Pleasant.
- A 19-inch diagonal LCD is the largest size that will fit within the rails of a 19-inch rack.
- Most counseling approaches are westernized and do not fit within the African American culture.
- In a fit of rage, Rakesh tries to rape Asha.
- She burns his house down in a fit of rage after he dumps her.
- She tries to return home but her mother Gayathri almosts kills her in a fit of rage.
- Some researchers consider this a better fit to observations.
- This implied that a period of 160.01 minutes produced a better fit to the data.
- The graphics are renewed, while the story is changed to better fit into the main canon.
- GMs are free to distribute experience as they see fit.
- He favored giving schools more autonomy to do as they see fit.
- Chafee and ETV money is administered by each state as they see fit.
- The games were designed to fit the NCTM standards at their time of development.
- It is designed to fit natural hand position and movements, to reduce discomfort.
- The cable plug is always male and is designed to fit over a standard 8P8C modular connector.
- It was chosen as it was a good fit to the island's name.
- I felt this was a good fit for me."
- The assignment was described as not being a good fit in either direction.
- A focus is maintained on finding the best fit for each student.
- The electronegativities are then determined to best fit the data.
- Depending on your needs you can choose which is the best fit for your application.
- He was somewhat solitary and ascetic, and did not always fit well into the life of the community.
- Wright fully embraced glass in his designs and found that it fit well into his philosophy of organic architecture.
- With Bursaspor, Bahadır advanced as a football player and fit well with the tactical gameplay of manager Ertuğrul Sağlam.
- These units fit together like a giant jigsaw puzzle.
- The idea was that ski and jazz fit together.
- The first line is "We fit together like two birds of a feather."
- They take these measures in order to fit in and find the perfect woman for each of them.
- She was also fitted with a hydraulic tilting mast in order to fit under the bridges of Länsiväylä.
- In order to fit in with the theme of the Transformers publication, the format and style was changed.
- Its demographics are a perfect fit for the Republican Party.
- He puts the armor on and discovers that it is a perfect fit.
- Musically it was a perfect fit.
- Small enough to fit in a "pocket" or saddlebag, they rode along on the hunt.
- Presents are traditionally small enough to fit in the shoes; candy, money or small toys.
- This hole must be large enough to fit the tool and the operator in it so they can aim the tool.
- And she is able to deal with every single situation that arises the way that she sees fit.
- It's known for taking on the form of animals and in some cases, human beings in order to fulfill whatever duty it sees fit.
- Look for bigger and better things coming down the pike... but I'll let the TMR announce such things when and how he sees fit.
- The blow caused so much bruising that Todd's foot could not fit inside his cricket boots.
- CLTs are able to fire other small munitions able to fit inside the -diameter, -long tubes.
- The smaller "heel" at the base of the bullet was sized to fit inside the brass case at approximately .430".
- Since 12 February 1849, every physically fit man must do military service.
- Cisco and Punisher show Megan their physically fit bodies which impresses Megan.
- The PFT ensures that Marines are keeping physically fit and in a state of physical readiness.
- She looked less than fully fit before the race and Croker reportedly had little confidence in her chances.
- However, at the same time many MKs are completely aware that they can never fully fit into their host culture.
- The extent of the foot injury meant Broadfoot was not fully fit to play until November 2009 in a closed doors match.
- He was kept in training at age four but was never fit enough to race.
- However, he felt fit enough to play in the fifth and final Test, scoring 10 and 52.
- For East Bengal, Dudu Omagbemi wasn't fit enough for the starting eleven but was on the bench.
- "Sigyn" was thus no longer fit for the oceans.
- Molding flash can be caused from old or worn mold cavities that no longer fit tightly together.
- Shortly before his death, Coolidge confided to an old friend: "I feel I no longer fit in with these times."
- The cotton seeds would not fit through the mesh and fell outside.
- The MIC is determined from the zero intercept of a linear regression fit through the data ("cf."
- The retriever is then fed through the catheter, during which the distal coil is straightened to fit through the catheter tube.