fit vs fitted

fit fitted

Definitions

  • 1) A section of a poem or ballad.
  • 2) The degree of precision with which surfaces are adjusted or adapted to each other in a machine or collection of parts.
  • 3) A seizure or convulsion, especially one caused by epilepsy.
  • 4) The manner in which clothing fits.
  • 5) A sudden period of vigorous activity.
  • 6) The sudden appearance of a symptom such as coughing or sneezing.
  • 7) A sudden outburst of emotion.
  • 8) The state, quality, or way of being fitted.
  • 9) One's equal, like. or match.
  • 10) A struggle; a short period of active physical exertion.
  • 11) A sudden impulse toward effort, activity, or motion, followed by an interval of relaxation; impulsive and intermittent action: as, he will do it now that the fit is on him; to have a fit of work.
  • 12) The part of a car-axle upon which the wheel is forced.
  • 13) [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the liquid soap, before it is allowed to cool and harden, in the finishing stage of the manufacture of yellow soap. See fitting, n., 2.
  • 14) A fitting out; preparation: as, a good fit for college.
  • 15) A more or less sudden and transient manifestation of emotion or feeling of any kind, as of passion (anger), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; usually, a manifestation of violent emotion; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
  • 16) An attack of convulsive disease; a muscular convulsion, often with loss of self-control and consciousness; spasm; specifically, an epileptic attack.
  • 17) The invasion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of disease, or of any physical disturbance, coming suddenly or by abrupt transition: as, a fit of the gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot fit in intermittent fever.
  • 18) A caprice; capricious or irregular action or movement.
  • 19) A song, ballad, or story; a division of a song, ballad, or story.
  • 20) A stroke.
  • 21) A fitting or adjustment; adaptation, as of one thing to another; something that fits or is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or of the parts of a machine; the coat is an exact fit.
  • 22) A foot; a step.
  • 23) Suited, adapted, or acceptable for a given circumstance or purpose.
  • 24) Biology Able to survive and produce viable offspring in a particular environment
  • 25) Biology Able to survive and produce viable offspring in a particular environment
  • 26) Physically sound; healthy.
  • 27) Appropriate; proper.
  • 28) Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, adequate. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
  • 29) Adapted to an end, object, or design; conformable to a standard of efficiency or qualification; suitable; competent.
  • 30) In a state of preparedness; in a suitable condition; ready; prepared: as, fit to die.
  • 31) To force or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
  • 32) Meet; suitable; befitting; becoming; conformable to a standard of right, duty, or appropriateness; proper; appropriate.
  • 33) Specifically, in sporting language, in condition; properly trained for action: as, the horse was not fit, and lost the race; hence, colloquially, in good health.
  • 34) To provide a place or time for.
  • 35) To make suitable; adapt: synonym: adapt.
  • 36) To be in conformity or agreement with.
  • 37) To be the proper size and shape.
  • 38) To insert or adjust so as to be properly in place.
  • 39) To make suitable; adapt: synonym: adapt.
  • 40) To equip; outfit.
  • 41) To be the proper size and shape for.
  • 42) To be appropriate to; suit.
  • 43) To measure for proper size.
  • 44) To cause to be the proper size and shape.
  • 45) To be suited; belong.
  • 46) To be in harmony; agree.
  • 47) To make ready; prepare.
  • 48) (by/in) With irregular intervals of action and inaction; intermittently.
  • 49) (fit to be tied) Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
  • 50) (fit to be tied) Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
  • 51) (fit to kill) To an extreme or elaborate degree.
  • 52) (fit to kill) To an extreme or elaborate degree.
  • 53) (by/in) With irregular intervals of action and inaction; intermittently.

Definitions

  • 1) etc. Incorporating all of the fittings into connected units.
  • 2) etc. Incorporating all of the fittings into connected units.
  • 3) being the right size and shape to fit as desired
  • 4) Past participle of fit (to tailor, change size)
  • 5) Simple past of fit. (to tailor, change size)

Examples

  • 1) The simple answer is he has got himself fit again.
  • 2) It fits well across a whole mattress.
  • 3) It was to make the seat fit.
  • 4) These fluffy sliders with sequin pineapples on them fit the bill perfectly.
  • 5) The council admitted teams do assess whether potential carers are fit enough.
  • 6) The story doesn't fit into the movie format.
  • 7) The fit is really good, though.
  • 8) An inquest found his death was the result of natural causes, after he suffered an epileptic fit.
  • 9) This is probably because dog owners get extra wellbeing points because they are physically fitter than the general population and spend more time outside.
  • 10) And seeing his only fit, recognised full-back crash to the floor clutching his left hamstring only made matters worse.
  • 11) Exercise can leave you fit to drop rather than just fit.
  • 12) People who are physically fit are less vulnerable to pressures.
  • 13) They fitted locks on the fridge and larder.
  • 14) She struggled to find clothes to fit and avoided going out with friends.
  • 15) Other banks may see fit to follow its lead.
  • 16) People say things in a fit of anger.
  • 17) We felt we should just try and get it sorted and get him fit again.
  • 18) The fit of a story is extremely important.
  • 19) Make sure it fits securely and protects your forehead.
  • 20) This could be a huge epileptic fit or a car crash.
  • 21) It is also easy to fit lights to your rear fork.
  • 22) The resulting beer feels like a good fit too.
  • 23) You are ready to go after a job you know fits well with your personality.
  • 24) Is our exam system fit for purpose?
  • 25) The fact that he was so so fit and strong makes it all the harder to take.
  • 26) You can change what you are eating and fit it into your lifestyle right now.
  • 27) It takes hours to properly fit limbs.
  • 28) You have to be fit and healthy in the army.
  • 29) You need to be reasonably fit and willing to take sudden changes of itinerary in your stride.
  • 30) Remind your landlord how you fit the bill and highlight the advantages of keeping you.
  • 31) She was in hospital for a month before being deemed fit enough to move to a nursing home.
  • 32) The most common symptoms of brain tumours that people first go to the doctor with are headaches and fits ( seizures ).
  • 33) Likewise has been accepted its law of development: _That_, _in the struggle for existence_, _the strong and fit and the progeny of the strong and fit have a better opportunity for survival than the weak and less fit and the progeny of the weak and less fit_.
  • 34) Cathari ought not to be put to death after an ecclesiastical trial, lest the Church be compromised: "_Illud ab eo fit, cujus auctoritate fit_," he said, to justify his recommendation. [
  • 35) Aditi Kinkhabwala of The Wall Street Journal took a closer look at recent seasons when the Giants were said to have "collapsed" and determined that the label fit only for 2010 and 2006.
  • 36) Now everything I had left to my name fit neatly into two weathered brown suitcases, which I had to borrow, no less, from a friend across the hall, because the thieves had efficiently used my own suitcases to haul away my things.
  • 37) The nickname fit better than the kids, or Luke himself, could know.
  • 38) Puts new meaning into the term fit for office -- Suzanne?
  • 39) I'm too shabby, puts new meaning into the term fit for office.
  • 40) And also if it's bible related wouldn't the title fit more of a Revelations ordeal?
  • 41) Tr'Annhwi was standing in the doorway wearing an expression fit to curdle milk, and the tall shape of Commander t'Radaik was right beside him.
  • 42) ‘Under the Sale of Goods Act retailers must sell goods that are of a satisfactory quality, are accurately described on the packaging and are fit for their purpose.’
  • 43) ‘Mr. Saunders apparently thinks that the boat, as delivered, was fit for the purpose for which it was intended.’
  • 44) ‘I contacted a wine merchant in London and told him I wanted to buy some that would be fit for drinking in ten years time.’
  • 45) ‘The Roadmen's cottages have been used for no more than rough storage for some years and would require considerable work before they were fit for habitation.’
  • 46) ‘The chancellor's upbeat pre-budget report hammered home the message that the economy will be fit to meet challenges from Asia and China.’
  • 47) ‘But up to 150 council workers based at the Fashion Corner council tax office were waiting to find out whether the building was fit for work.’
  • 48) ‘Perhaps the trauma of that August day, when he was forced to spend so many hours in an outfit not fit for any particular athletic activity was just too much for him.’
  • 49) ‘The Association executive have had talks with the club, who indicated that they will do their utmost to ensure the playing surface is fit for cricket to be played.’
  • 50) ‘Regulations requiring that the houses be deemed fit for habitation have been waived so that they can move in.’
  • 51) ‘Nothing can enter these kitchens that isn't deemed fit for human consumption.’
  • 52) ‘The van was fit for the purpose for which it was purchased.’
  • 53) ‘First, the food and drink had to be certified fit for human consumption.’
  • 54) ‘But brains from younger animals will still be considered fit for human consumption.’
  • 55) ‘However as long as the ship had lifeboats on board it was fit to travel.’
  • 56) ‘He says that the property is not fit for human habitation and is in serious disrepair.’
  • 57) ‘They spent at least another £7,000 making the launch watertight and fit for habitation.’
  • 58) ‘Vic representatives visited the Southern Cross shortly after Easter and found the first and second floors fit for habitation.’
  • 59) ‘Look at some of the buildings, run down and no longer fit for purpose.’
  • 60) ‘He pronounced them fit for consumption, upon which we all fell to them hungrily.’
  • 61) ‘Meat which is not fit for consumption in the EU is now heading for South Africa.’
  • 62) ‘Between now and the next general election we have to persuade millions of people up and down the country that this Conservative party is fit for government.’
  • 63) ‘William Hague hopes to use this week's Conservative conference to prove he is fit for government.’
  • 64) ‘Neither of these men is stupid enough to believe that churches are fit to govern a secular society, unlike many of their junior colleagues.’
  • 65) ‘It's right to question, as the Royal Gazette does today, whether such gross negligence means the Government is fit to govern.’
  • 66) ‘A Member who no longer thinks his party is fit to govern should in conscience resign from that party, and the party should be able to expel him if he doesn't.’
  • 67) ‘Luckily, the doctor in charge kept on giving her a chit that she was fit and able to work although she was not.’
  • 68) ‘If we can persuade a few more to stay on rather then retire if they are fit and able to do the job, then that is a good thing.’
  • 69) ‘Even if he didn't betray his secret, he would never be deemed fit to return to work.’
  • 70) ‘But does taking a certificate guarantee that someone will be fit for purpose?’
  • 71) ‘And after 10 weeks in hospital, numerous complications and surgery, he was fit enough to return home.’
  • 72) ‘Doctors will be regularly asked to demonstrate their competence, so that they are fit to practise throughout their lives.’
  • 73) ‘Normally I do not drink at lunchtime because all I am fit for is a siesta; evening is a different matter < g >.’
  • 74) ‘New aspects require policies to ensure that rail personnel are fit for duty and, in particular, that they are not impaired by drugs or alcohol.’
  • 75) ‘Now, does Professor Collins believe that a professor at his university is fit for his job if the professor lies in his research?’
  • 76) ‘And those who would seek to give us that kind of politics are very happy to indulge the patronising fantasies of those who think it is all we are fit for.’
  • 77) ‘That must go as far as not working excessive hours and being fit for the job they are doing at the time.’
  • 78) ‘In attempting to limit the damage by lying about his own words, he has merely raised the most serious question of all: whether or not he is fit for public office.’
  • 79) ‘He was quite useless here and the only thing he was fit for was to run things like Hampton Court entertainment… They will make rings round him.’
  • 80) ‘He got in his van and drove, was clearly not in a fit state, and accepted now he made the wrong decision.’
  • 81) ‘If he is deemed by the court to not be fit and proper to operate the pub then we would look at reopening with a new tenant.’
  • 82) ‘Many former stars say it is not a fit subject for the soap.’
  • 83) ‘But religion is a private matter, and thus not a fit subject for an inaugural address.’
  • 84) ‘It is not for the Speaker to judge whether it is fit and proper for a Minister to have access to official information.’
  • 85) ‘What objective criteria decide what is fit to print?’
  • 86) ‘While the results demonstrated an abundance of creativity in the audience, not all of the sculptures would be fit for public display!’
  • 87) ‘How could any Court of Review determine whether leave ought to be given or not without hearing and determining upon the hearing whether it was a fit case for an appeal?’
  • 88) ‘The concept of the early modern period also enabled an exploration of topics and subjects not previously thought fit for consideration in relation to the Renaissance.’
  • 89) ‘Rhyann looked fit to kill, but it was nothing compared to Gavin's anger when Alex had first fallen under.’
  • 90) ‘The water hurt his nose and stung his lungs and he felt fit to burst.’
  • 91) ‘He is so excited about his aspiration that his bubble is fit to burst.’
  • 92) ‘We were both fit to explode but managed to share a peanut butter and chocolate cheesecake.’
  • 93) ‘Allen's eyeballs looked fit to pop out of his head on several occasions as he exhorted his players.’
  • 94) ‘Now just put on these boots and you're fit to go!’
  • 95) ‘Are you fit then to return to the lecture?’
  • 96) ‘People who are physically fit are happier, healthier and more productive than those who are not.’
  • 97) ‘The only way to get fit is to make exercise a regularly scheduled part of every week, even every day.’
  • 98) ‘Research has shown that most of us regularly over-estimate how fit we are and how much real physical activity we do.’
  • 99) ‘Being as fit and healthy as possible maximises the chances of a healthy pregnancy.’
  • 100) ‘For me being physically fit is beneficial as it helps with my mental capacities when I'm driving.’
  • 101) ‘But we can at least keep ourselves physically fit and healthy, capable of working tirelessly for ourselves and others.’
  • 102) ‘Dancing is great fun and a great way to keep fit during the winter months.’
  • 103) ‘We think that we will get very fit by the years end.’
  • 104) ‘Would you like to become fit without the pounding and perspiration of an aerobic class or a gym?’
  • 105) ‘Whisper it, but some players on the circuit are even less fit than your average county cricketer.’
  • 106) ‘Being always on the move, they are a very fit and strong people.’
  • 107) ‘A healthy body is one that is strong, flexible and aerobically fit.’
  • 108) ‘He appreciates how fortunate he is to be fit and able to meet such a challenge.’
  • 109) ‘A Rossendale councillor has taken on a mammoth training regime to get fit for the ultimate challenge - a trek to Everest Base Camp.’
  • 110) ‘He is prone to being overweight, to having a dodgy knee, to not being able to stay fit for a full season.’
  • 111) ‘The 13-mile run may still be three months away but participants are being urged to get in training now to ensure they are fit for the event.’
  • 112) ‘You have to be fit to play competitively, and all younger players are competitive.’
  • 113) ‘Football isn't just about committing yourself to training and being fit.’
  • 114) ‘Volunteers will need to be fit and will be able to make their own way to Tatton Park.’
  • 115) ‘The ecologically sound version of working out involves joining in with conservation work to get fit and help the environment at the same time.’
  • 116) ‘Some really fit guy wearing a gorgeous top came wandering down the stairs.’
  • 117) ‘Who is that guy? Oh he's so fit!’
  • 118) ‘Go and chat up her fit friend!’
  • 119) ‘When he went on the show he was quite young and had that boy band sort of look, but now he's really fit.’
  • 120) ‘Everything about this girl should really be putting me off her but for some strange reason I think she really fit.’
  • 121) ‘We have a large range of picture frames of all shapes and sizes to fit any photo, from a back yard snapshot to a professional portrait or even a personal artwork.’
  • 122) ‘Try shoes on both feet and buy the size that best fits the larger foot.’
  • 123) ‘A visible callus that forms on the feet is known as a corn and usually results from shoes that do not fit properly.’
  • 124) ‘The trousers were a little long in the leg but other than that the clothes fit fine.’
  • 125) ‘You can look amazingly sexy in beautiful plus size dresses that actually fit you and flatter your figure.’
  • 126) ‘None of my size 10 clothes fitted me anymore, I was upset and became depressed just because my clothes size had gone up one level.’
  • 127) ‘Don't get yourself depressed searching for items of clothing that will fit you perfectly off the rack.’
  • 128) ‘It was also clear to me as the viewer that the equipment she was using was not sized to fit her.’
  • 129) ‘To preclude gloves from wrapping around the bar, you have to choose the size that fits you well - not too tight, loose, small or long - just the right size.’
  • 130) ‘She looks sleek in a beige, almost flesh-tone, summer dress and a slightly darker cardigan that fits her like a sealskin.’
  • 131) ‘I find that a lot of professional clothing with a tailored look doesn't fit me well.’
  • 132) ‘Lydia wore her favorite blue dress, one from Maude's trunk, which Joscelyn had graciously altered to fit her.’
  • 133) ‘And just where did he think I was going to get something to fit a child that size?’
  • 134) ‘Another approach is to take a shirt that fits you perfectly and determine the distance between the middle of its collar button to the far end of the buttonhole.’
  • 135) ‘The crisp polo shirt and slacks fit him perfectly, setting off his muscular arms and blue eyes.’
  • 136) ‘I looked around and grabbed a pair of trousers that actually fit me and a purple shirt, and also some undergarments.’
  • 137) ‘Forget about size when choosing clothes and choose something that fits well regardless of size and that's comfortable on you.’
  • 138) ‘The three-point adjustable strap adjusts to fit all heads and helmets.’
  • 139) ‘Although many fire guards can be adjusted to fit a range of widths, check that the guard you buy is suitable for your style of fire and make sure that it is firmly secured.’
  • 140) ‘My jeans from Italy, for example, have no hope of fitting me any more.’
  • 141) ‘One of the most embarrassing moments in Deirdre's life was when she had to be fitted for protective clothing at work and they had to use two tape measures end to end to go round her.’
  • 142) ‘When you are fitted for your tuxedo a small deposit is usually required.’
  • 143) ‘The preparations for the engagement event consisted mostly of Marigold and her mother being fitted for gowns at the Earl's expense.’
  • 144) ‘Once I was fitted for my suit they told me it would be done by next week so I'd have enough time to qualify for the race.’
  • 145) ‘The only scars from that 20-minute procedure are four barely visible dots around his head where he was fitted for a protective metal halo.’
  • 146) ‘Others may have looked at it and decided it was time he was fitted for one of those jackets with the long sleeves that tie round the back.’
  • 147) ‘Drain the water and set the spears on a plate, and cut them to size so they can fit on top of the muffins without drooping over the sides too much.’
  • 148) ‘Cut the slices of bread to a size that will fit inside your soup bowls, and toast them until dark brown on both sides.’
  • 149) ‘Spar have come up with ingenious pocket Eco Bag which is a small, wallet size bag that fits neatly into a pocket or handbag so you're always armed and ready to shop.’
  • 150) ‘Originally a pasty, it developed its characteristic shape to fit better into huntsmen's saddlebags.’
  • 151) ‘The slightly ovoid shape fits nicely in your hand.’
  • 152) ‘The shape of the carton fits more conveniently into home freezers.’
  • 153) ‘Amazingly, the hermit crab's body is asymmetrically twisted so that it fits snugly into the shape of the shell.’
  • 154) ‘These planes are normally characterized by their diminutive size so as to fit comfortably in their user's small hands.’
  • 155) ‘Most of the eight Democratic candidates fit snugly into two categories.’
  • 156) ‘Science doesn't usually fit neatly into categories of all good or all bad.’
  • 157) ‘Picking the strategy that best fits into your schedule will help you maintain optimum weed management.’
  • 158) ‘The first prototype is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.’
  • 159) ‘The radio body fits nicely in a jersey pocket.’
  • 160) ‘Unlike other computers, PDAs are lightweight - designed to fit comfortably in a jacket pocket.’
  • 161) ‘Actually, most of the girls in the drama club fit into this category.’
  • 162) ‘Adam, our installer, was fitting some other stuff and left to go on to another job whilst I changed 16 of the handles.’
  • 163) ‘If not, why didn't you call a local Sky Installation Engineer to fit your dish?’
  • 164) ‘So he came round, and we positioned it and fitted the great drive-belt.’
  • 165) ‘With his help, she has transformed the one-bed house in Crawley, West Sussex, fitting a new bathroom, installing storage, laying flooring and doing plenty of rewiring.’
  • 166) ‘Inspectors will look at whether the correct equipment is being used, work platforms are properly installed and scaffolding is securely fitted.’
  • 167) ‘They pronounced the pipework ‘impeccably installed’, and recommended we fit an independent water supply.’
  • 168) ‘Work began on Monday to fit a disabled lift, due to be installed in May but delayed because the Italian manufacturer wasn't able to supply it until recently.’
  • 169) ‘Selby fire station has previously held car-seat open days, showing people how to properly fit child seats in cars.’
  • 170) ‘A restraining net is fitted as standard, as is a decent luggage cover.’
  • 171) ‘Power assisted steering, fitted as standard, makes manoeuvring the vehicle effortless.’
  • 172) ‘So fitting sensors in the rear rooms of the house and in the hallway is often considered sufficient for the ground floor.’
  • 173) ‘These could serve as additional bedrooms and there is plumbing in place to fit a shower room in one of them.’
  • 174) ‘After a medical centre in West Bowling was targeted by vandals, fences were fitted out of the centre's own funds.’
  • 175) ‘The announcement comes just a week after rail bosses responsible for redeveloping the railway station got round to fitting new clocks on the platforms, more than 18 months after the station revamp was completed.’
  • 176) ‘Mr Sanderson said one of the most successful schemes helped the victims of burglary being targeted a second time by swiftly fitting new locks on doors and windows.’
  • 177) ‘Police have fitted new locks on the windows and doors since the break-in.’
  • 178) ‘A council spokesman said today there was no council policy of fitting child locks on windows in York, although it did fit locks on replacement windows as a crime prevention measure.’
  • 179) ‘The team can fit grab-rails on staircases and in doorways, fix defective carpets or floor coverings, remove trailing wires and generally reduce trip hazards.’
  • 180) ‘Police are warning homeowners to fit strong locks on sheds and garages, cover windows with old curtains, install an expensive but noisy alarm and ensure that the household insurance policy covers the value of shed contents.’
  • 181) ‘One Sunday our neighbour says could I please ask our landlord to fit draft excluders on our front door.’
  • 182) ‘Each table is fitted with a grill for you to cook the deliciously marinated meat.’
  • 183) ‘Make sure you lock windows and doors, which should be fitted with security deadlocks’
  • 184) ‘She claims it was sheer luck that the blaze was caught in time, because her kitchen was not fitted with a smoke alarm.’
  • 185) ‘The coach was fitted with lap belts but parents are concerned they are inadequate to protect children.’
  • 186) ‘The café has been fitted with a new kitchen and outside seating with parasols.’
  • 187) ‘It is understood the vehicle used by the gang was also fitted with false number plates.’
  • 188) ‘The kitchen has been fitted with new equipment and furniture will be replaced throughout the pub.’
  • 189) ‘Their front door was fitted with a Yale lock, two bolts and a security chain.’
  • 190) ‘Typically, a motorcycle may be fitted with a horn that would usually go on a jeep or a truck.’
  • 191) ‘The room is fitted with special low lighting and window blinds to allow fragile works to be displayed.’
  • 192) ‘She called for all new properties to be fitted with meters so people were aware how much water they were using.’
  • 193) ‘It is hoped the park will be fitted with floodlights and CCTV cameras for extra security.’
  • 194) ‘Fire chiefs yesterday said that lives could have been saved if the house had been fitted with a smoke alarm.’
  • 195) ‘The airship will be fitted with cameras and infra-red equipment for night vision.’
  • 196) ‘The massive bike was fitted with a stereo and a foghorn to attract the maximum amount of attention.’
  • 197) ‘The car was fitted with a roll cage and sports seats and drivers had to wear crash helmets and be strapped in.’
  • 198) ‘The traffic car was fitted with child locks in the rear to prevent people escaping.’
  • 199) ‘Her cot is fitted with a sleep monitor that sounds an alarm if her breathing stops.’
  • 200) ‘The cars are all left hand drive and had not yet been fitted with tracking devices.’
  • 201) ‘The bag is fitted with a special alarm programmed to go off if someone reaches inside.’
  • 202) ‘Currently sheet metal barriers were being fitted together behind the factory.’
  • 203) ‘Extra fuel tanks may need to be fitted together with spare jerricans.’
  • 204) ‘The limestone is produced in special moulds and can be fitted together like a jigsaw to form any configuration.’
  • 205) ‘He wished to cut them into as few pieces as possible so that they could be fitted together, without waste, to form a perfectly square table-top.’
  • 206) ‘Once inside you can see how the upper and lower receivers have been carefully fitted together by hand.’
  • 207) ‘Seven remain, which can be fitted together with only small gaps.’
  • 208) ‘These are fitted together and built up as you need them, providing a versatile solution to changing needs.’
  • 209) ‘When these were fitted together, they were hammered to make the joint watertight.’
  • 210) ‘Finding which pieces fit together in order make the complete picture is one of the more difficult tasks.’
  • 211) ‘You know what the picture's going to look like at the end, but you want to see how all the pieces will fit together.’
  • 212) ‘The seven pieces will never fit together to make any sense.’
  • 213) ‘As the pieces start to fit together the characters' dilemmas begin to take on a different shape.’
  • 214) ‘It was a place where two separate pieces of metal fitted together, like the barrel of a lock.’
  • 215) ‘There is no doubt that a certain consistency of outlook is present throughout, but the pieces do not always fit together well.’
  • 216) ‘What they didn't know is when or if the pieces would fit together.’
  • 217) ‘Understanding how the three pieces fit together and what to do about them is a big part of choosing the right project and getting it done.’
  • 218) ‘Drawing a plan forces you to think through your project from beginning to end, what you are going to need and how your are going to get the pieces to fit together.’
  • 219) ‘Instead, when you crack open this thing, all you get are busted pieces that don't fit together and don't work.’
  • 220) ‘It just brings everything into balance and all the pieces fit together.’
  • 221) ‘The little pieces fit together, each part representing something small but vital.’
  • 222) ‘In some respects the description had fitted Naylor, while in others it did not.’
  • 223) ‘The descriptions the woman gave fitted those of the two girls Tessa had seen before.’
  • 224) ‘It was clear that none of the six men who claimed to be at the warehouse could possibly fit the police officer's description.’
  • 225) ‘I haven't met anyone who fits the commonly held definition of sane.’
  • 226) ‘He said: ‘It happened in the city centre and the man fits the same physical description.’’
  • 227) ‘So if you fit any of these descriptions and are interested in auditioning, the producers would love to see you.’
  • 228) ‘Ten minutes later there were a number of sightings close to the Brittons' home of a man fitting Mark Hobson's description.’
  • 229) ‘I learned that the job description was written to fit the individual whom the department wanted to hire.’
  • 230) ‘I'd seen her once or twice at school, and she fitted the description Travis gave me of her perfectly.’
  • 231) ‘The Edmonton author, publisher, and former social worker has fit that description for at least 25 years.’
  • 232) ‘After a while, a newcomer walks in who perfectly fits the description of the spy her husband gave to her.’
  • 233) ‘Unfortunately, no candidate perfectly fits this description.’
  • 234) ‘Dewey observed that this model does not fit what we know about children.’
  • 235) ‘However modern scholars claim that Newton sometimes adjusted his calculations to fit his theories.’
  • 236) ‘We can and should form opinions about guilt or innocence in the same as we form other opinions, by choosing the position that best fits the available evidence.’
  • 237) ‘Take a volunteer position that fits your interest, and may even enhance your career goals.’
  • 238) ‘Fast, simple and delicious, these dishes can be adjusted to fit your schedule, grocery list and occasion.’
  • 239) ‘She has adjusted her services to fit the customer's budget.’
  • 240) ‘Canada's judges have moved boldly into the public policy arena, shaping laws to fit their own peculiar biases and ideologies.’
  • 241) ‘I certainly don't fit any of the ideals presented in the media.’
  • 242) ‘To some no punishment fits such a crime, and these people honestly believe the murderers deserve no sympathy at all.’
  • 243) ‘That means criminalizing behavior such as the spreading of viruses and setting up a punishment that fits the resulting economic damage.’
  • 244) ‘But it must be for independent judges, not party political ministers, to decide what particular punishment fits what particular crime.’
  • 245) ‘The sound effects are used suitably and fit perfectly in the game.’
  • 246) ‘Plus, they come in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit your specific needs.’
  • 247) ‘The great vocal melody is still there, and the arrangement on the album fits the theme of the song.’
  • 248) ‘Unfortunately, regulations, society and employers' attitudes have not been adjusted to fit the new situation.’
  • 249) ‘My dad suggested getting a one-level house and adjusting it to fit her needs, but she flat-out refused.’
  • 250) ‘They can adjust their temperature to fit their surroundings.’
  • 251) ‘Are separate vacations in our future, or is there a destination that can fit us both?’
  • 252) ‘His freshness, his directness and his capacity for making connections with people both in person and on the television screen certainly fitted him for the task.’
  • 253) ‘He regarded his own intellectual gifts and cast of mind as properly fitting him for the task.’
  • 254) ‘His passion for lists, dates and details fits him well for this task.’
  • 255) ‘One biographer assumes that he was a boy of somewhat ordinary talents that would fit him only for the mercantile trade.’
  • 256) ‘I was playing the part of Polonius - a part my mature years obviously fitted me for.’
  • 257) ‘Dr Cherry's specialisation and experience fitted him ideally for involvement in the development of the project.’
  • 258) ‘Perfect fit is accomplished when garments just skim the body, without pulling or sagging.’
  • 259) ‘A belt that doesn't have holes is even easier, as it's fully adjustable for a perfect fit.’
  • 260) ‘If you find a pair of black pants or a skirt that are the perfect fit, consider buying more than one pair.’
  • 261) ‘Again, I strongly encourage choosing pants with a drawstring or an elastic waistband for an easy fit.’
  • 262) ‘Sometimes, you can help the fit of your garments by sewing these darts a little differently.’
  • 263) ‘Both the skirt and shirt were a perfect fit.’
  • 264) ‘However, the shoulder seam plays a key role in the fit of garments that cover the upper body.’
  • 265) ‘The firm has developed mathematical algorithms to simulate fabric drape and garment fit.’
  • 266) ‘We look at clothing as an investment, so we consider the quality of a garment as well as the fit.’
  • 267) ‘All new windows offer a tight fit between components to limit the rate of infiltration.’
  • 268) ‘The pants have a roomy cargo pocket on the right leg and unhemmed cuffs so woman hunters can achieve the perfect fit.’
  • 269) ‘Not every shirt or jeans will have a perfect fit for everybody.’
  • 270) ‘You might want to get your shirts altered at waist level to give them a slimmer fit.’
  • 271) ‘The harness is adjusted on the shoulder and waist straps for a perfect fit.’
  • 272) ‘I got up and borrowed a pair of Jon's jeans which were the perfect fit.’
  • 273) ‘The pants feature a full elastic waistband and cuffs for a comfortable fit.’
  • 274) ‘The dress was fabulous, a perfect fit, slim fitting with two thin shoulder straps and a more loose, flowing bottom part that ended just above the knee.’
  • 275) ‘It means a lot to me; I didn't exchange it for the correct fit because I wanted the original one.’
  • 276) ‘Is your saddle a correct fit and not put too far up the back.’
  • 277) ‘Despite the general lack of fit, the best fitting model seems to be the one-factor model.’
  • 278) ‘The band may be sore because there's a close fit between their own fan base and the kind of campus kids who have got into illegal downloading big time.’
  • 279) ‘It is also a way to gain knowledge of what is a good fit or match for your personality type.’
  • 280) ‘Marketing is a dynamic process of ensuring a close fit between the capabilities of an organization and the demands placed upon it by its external environment.’
  • 281) ‘There's a very good fit between the ideals of our two organisations.’
  • 282) ‘A great deal of the power and impact of the preached Word comes from the fit between the preacher and the words being preached.’
  • 283) ‘The nurse must carefully examine the fit between the diagnosis and the client for whom it is intended.’
  • 284) ‘A smaller ratio score signifies good fit, and values near 2.0 are considered acceptable.’
  • 285) ‘Accurate measurements of these parameters could lead to a better fit of the theory to experiment.’
  • 286) ‘A thermal history involving two discrete episodes of heating and cooling clearly provides the best fit to the measured data.’
  • 287) ‘The results indicate a good overall fit of the model.’
  • 288) ‘The greatest deviation from a good fit between the component figures occurs near the proximal end.’
  • 289) ‘Febrile convulsions are fits that sometimes happen in a child with a high temperature.’
  • 290) ‘If the child has a history of epilepsy, it can be difficult to tell the difference between febrile convulsions and epileptic fits.’
  • 291) ‘Alexandra has cerebral palsy, is confined to a wheelchair and suffers from frequent epileptic fits.’
  • 292) ‘The problems began after the woman was admitted to a medical ward in a local hospital suffering from fits and nightmares.’
  • 293) ‘If the child has fits, they may be prescribed anticonvulsant drugs.’
  • 294) ‘Always phone for an ambulance if a fit lasts longer than five minutes.’
  • 295) ‘Her ordeal began in November when she started having fits and convulsions despite no previous history of health problems.’
  • 296) ‘Julie Ann now suffers from daily fits and seizures.’
  • 297) ‘His frequent fits result in painful injuries, and medication has failed to control the traumatic episodes.’
  • 298) ‘Her sister, Lucy, suffers from cerebral palsy and epilepsy and is often treated in York Hospital for fits and chest infections.’
  • 299) ‘She cannot work as she now suffers frequent, violent epileptic fits.’
  • 300) ‘One prisoner suffered an epileptic fit, and all the others shouted for help.’
  • 301) ‘He collapsed and died suddenly after not suffering an epileptic fit for several years.’
  • 302) ‘It is believed he suffered a fit as he was watching a football match.’
  • 303) ‘Kirstie has had epilepsy since she was 18 and until recently suffered daily epileptic fits.’
  • 304) ‘At his parents' Flamborough home, his condition worsened, and he suffered several prolonged epileptic fits.’
  • 305) ‘During this state one keeps on getting epileptic fits without regaining consciousness in between.’
  • 306) ‘Concerned about the number of fits Slater was having, her doctor decided to operate to disconnect the right and left hemispheres of her brain.’
  • 307) ‘His master and friends all said he was a clever, well-behaved boy, and had never been known to have fits, or walk in his sleep.’
  • 308) ‘Othello, told by Iago that Cassio has admitted sleeping with Desdemona, falls into a fit.’
  • 309) ‘One rehearsal we were supposed to look lovingly into each other's eyes but kept bursting into uncontrollable fits of laughter.’
  • 310) ‘He muffled his sudden fit of laughter, coughing rather violently to disguise it.’
  • 311) ‘In fits of laughter, he told them I was his son.’
  • 312) ‘I'm sure you all have experienced those sudden fits of laughter that make you cry and make your sides hurt and you want to stop but you can't?’
  • 313) ‘He also has a name that reduces grown men to uncontrollable laughing fits at the slightest mention.’
  • 314) ‘And as he watched her in confusion, Shelley's chuckle turned into an uncontrollable, hysterical fit of laughter.’
  • 315) ‘Francesca tried to cover her giggles by throwing a coughing fit.’
  • 316) ‘One of the kids standing behind him broke out into an uncontrollable fit of giggles.’
  • 317) ‘We where in the middle of singing when I had a coughing fit.’
  • 318) ‘She seemed to dissolve into hysterical fits of laughter when she looked at me.’
  • 319) ‘She whispered this last part to me and we both had a fit of giggles.’
  • 320) ‘Promptly she was seized by a sneezing fit again.’
  • 321) ‘The match flew by as the fans went through fits of shouting, singing, tension and passion.’
  • 322) ‘They burst into a fit of giggles once again and collapsed onto the floor, each pulling their piece of the supposed French ensemble off and placing it on the floor between them.’
  • 323) ‘Michelle burst into a fit of giggles, rolling back onto her tiny bunk.’
  • 324) ‘Her eyes danced with amusement and then she burst into a fit of giggles.’
  • 325) ‘Next she would burst into a fit of sobbing, wailing on and on about how good she had been to him.’
  • 326) ‘Victor whacked her hard on the back and Antonia burst into a fit of coughs.’
  • 327) ‘The first day, she had burst into a fit of coughs after opening her mouth only having to have a fly swarm into her mouth.’
  • 328) ‘She kept erupting into fits of maniacal chuckles at some secret joke.’
  • 329) ‘If at all he became angry, he would keep quiet rather than burst out in a fit of temper.’
  • 330) ‘In a fit of fury Calvert who was known to be a violent and irrational person burst into Smedleys home and hurled a heavy stone ornament at him.’
  • 331) ‘Yes, authors and creators can suffer fits of pique that can hurt the markets for secondary works.’
  • 332) ‘To leave now would suggest that he'd gone in a fit of pique.’
  • 333) ‘Reane, in a fit of pure rage, slashed him across the back.’
  • 334) ‘Hearing such music does not usually send you into a fit of rage immediately.’
  • 335) ‘He was suddenly seized by a fit of panic.’
  • 336) ‘Alex is extremely intelligent with a propensity for fits of anger and uncontrollable rage.’
  • 337) ‘He even had his own wife murdered in a fit of jealousy.’
  • 338) ‘He is prone to fits of jealousy when he sees Primrose in the company of another male.’
  • 339) ‘Lisa suffers from fits of sudden rage and unbearable fatigue.’
  • 340) ‘He lives off the earnings of his wife, Eva, succumbs to fits of paranoia and anger, engages in a desultory affair, hates the physical decay around him and is haunted by the prospect of death.’
  • 341) ‘Her mother's fits of anger and the threats and beatings dealt to the girl resolve themselves in a grudging acceptance of the financial favours handed out by the lover.’
  • 342) ‘He acknowledges these fits of anger, such as the one that caused him to slay his wife with an ax, but he nevertheless shows some remorse for what he has done.’
  • 343) ‘Another time, while Elie is working at the electrical warehouse, he goes on one of his fits of rage and beats the boy.’
  • 344) ‘The model is already facing claims from three former assistants who say she allegedly assaulted them in fits of rage.’
  • 345) ‘He was frantically jealous, beat her, begged forgiveness in fits of remorse which became as repellent as his rage, and demanded she abort the pregnancy that came along in the second month of the hasty match.’
  • 346) ‘He had had no medication and so he was fitting four to five times a day.’
  • 347) ‘He has been fitting every day for the last six days.’
  • 348) ‘She fitted twice more on the way up, the second time slipping dangerously out of the chair at the top of some steps.’
  • 349) ‘The balance of this first fytte consists mostly of lengthy dialogue detailing the knight's impoverishment.’
  • 350) ‘When the knight is introduced in a later fytte of the poem, he is called Sir Richard-at-the-Lee.’
  • 351) ‘Percy has written a long ballad in many fits: it is pretty enough.’

Examples

  • 1) There are two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and two bathrooms.
  • 2) One corner of the fitted sheet has slipped off.
  • 3) The modish interior does not sport fitted carpets.
  • 4) The sellers recently spent a lot of money on a fitted kitchen.
  • 5) It fills one fitted cupboard and one chest of drawers in my bedroom.
  • 6) There are fitted wardrobes in the bedroom and stacks of shelves in the bathroom.
  • 7) Or simply adding fitted carpets can often keep noise down.
  • 8) Now they have a fridge and a fitted kitchen.
  • 9) Central heating and fitted cupboards with a lack of air are the key causes.
  • 10) This is strong female design at its best, with sharply cut fitted jackets and pencil skirts.
  • 11) Finally they have six and a half hours to make a fitted leather Jacket.
  • 12) The price has been reduced by 30% and fitted sheets are also in the sale.
  • 13) Wearing an elegant fitted blue dress and boots, she looks healthy rather than skinny.
  • 14) If you ask a carpenter for fitted wardrobes, get a price and time frame in writing.
  • 15) A zip opening is quickly added to a fitted bolster cover.
  • 16) The rest of us may find a slim fitted jacket that's cropped somewhere around the hip bone more flattering.
  • 17) Its focus is on great, affordable tailoring, fitted shirts and practical but elegant skirt suits.
  • 18) He is dressed impeccably, of course, in grey woollen trousers and a fitted white shirt.
  • 19) I always wear fitted shapes.
  • 20) Standing in a north London studio he seems perfectly at ease modelling a fitted shirt, slim jeans and leather jacket.
  • 21) A fitted sheet held in place using beach bags will ensure no sand gets on your food - much better than a picnic blanket.
  • 22) I'd like something fitted, straight or flared.
  • 23) ‘They wore cornflower blue strapless fitted bodices with fishtail shaped skirts and carried hand-tied bouquets of white carnations and pale blue freesia.’
  • 24) ‘The bride wore an ivory dress with fitted bodice and straps covered in tiny cream and peach roses and a small trail.’
  • 25) ‘The base pin, which seems to be more closely fitted than on earlier examples, showed no tendency to walk forward under recoil.’
  • 26) ‘I use a fitted sheet because I sleep on a twin futon and the mattress is in two pieces.’
  • 27) ‘Bed-making takes no time with fitted sheets.’
  • 28) ‘The bride wore an ivory gown with a fitted diamanté detailed bodice, a full skirt and train, waist-length veil and diamante tiara.’
  • 29) ‘Then place the fitted sheet back on the mattress.’
  • 30) ‘For 10 bucks extra you could even throw in a fitted sheet.’
  • 31) ‘It had a fitted bodice with small, off-the-shoulder sleeves.’
  • 32) ‘Her dress was simple, with a fitted bodice and short jacket with bell sleeves.’
  • 33) ‘It was pure white, with a fitted bodice that flared gently outwards to form the dress.’
  • 34) ‘These patients also received a fitted incontinence cover.’
  • 35) ‘Even if you have a fitted boat cover, consider adding a tarp over it to protect the cover from bird droppings or other damage.’
  • 36) ‘Trembling, she pushed back the covers and found a fitted, but flowing, white gown hung on her thin frame.’
  • 37) ‘A fitted washable cover is supplied as a standard accessory and protects the fabric covering the seating area.’
  • 38) ‘No raincoat would really be complete without a nice set of fitted boots to cover the feet of your furry friends!’
  • 39) ‘The sheets had all fallen off the bed and even the fitted sheet was coming off.’
  • 40) ‘‘Cloth diapers come in contoured, prefolded and fitted varieties,’ she says.’
  • 41) ‘The dashboard is decorated in purple velour and gold braid, protected from dust by a fitted polythene cover.’
  • 42) ‘If that doesn't ease your pain, try a fitted cushioned seat cover (found in cycling shops and sporting goods stores).’
  • 43) ‘I then noticed that the hard concrete floor had been covered in a grey fitted carpet.’
  • 44) ‘You spend 9 months planning a bank robbery, manage to crack the combination lock on the fifth attempt, but can't open the door because it catches on the fitted carpet.’
  • 45) ‘The fitted carpet revival starts right here, right now.’
  • 46) ‘The two bedrooms both have ornate cornicing, recessed windows and fitted carpets.’
  • 47) ‘From basics like fitted carpets to luxury electronic gadgetry, I believe modern life is a huge improvement on my childhood.’
  • 48) ‘At best, it could be intimate, but in its current incarnation it oozes suburban cosiness right down to the comfy fitted carpet.’
  • 49) ‘However, I do have fitted carpets and a bathroom suite which, I hate to admit, is not white.’
  • 50) ‘When he bought the car it was said to have had a professionally fitted carpet.’
  • 51) ‘Each home has spacious seating areas, fitted carpets, heating, television and a patio area with garden furniture.’
  • 52) ‘It's easy to forget that luxuries such as fitted carpets and central heating are comparatively recent.’
  • 53) ‘There are also newly fitted carpets and curtains.’
  • 54) ‘The house has recently been replumbed, rewired and damp proofed, and the sale will include all fitted carpets and all light fixtures and fittings.’
  • 55) ‘The price includes existing fitted carpets and blinds.’
  • 56) ‘All 21 bedrooms are en suite and each has fitted carpets and curtains.’
  • 57) ‘Other features include gas-fired central heating, wiring for an alarm and newly fitted carpets.’
  • 58) ‘It dated back to the 1960s and included wood construction and fitted carpeting.’
  • 59) ‘The selling price also includes kitchen appliances and fitted carpets.’
  • 60) ‘Mrs Williams had new carpets fitted last Friday following a flood six weeks ago when most of the downstairs was under three inches of water.’
  • 61) ‘It admitted that complaints about the vehicles not slowing as expected had prompted a recall in 1998, when incorrectly fitted floor mats beneath the pedals were replaced.’
  • 62) ‘The house has double-glazed windows throughout, and fitted curtains and carpets are included in the sale.’
  • 63) ‘It comprises four rooms, two of which feature wash hand basins and fitted wardrobes, a guest bathroom and a storage area.’
  • 64) ‘Upstairs, there are three double guest bedrooms and a blue and white bathroom with fitted furniture and a large corner shower cabinet.’
  • 65) ‘There's plenty of space for luggage under the beds and in the fitted wardrobe where, ominous but comforting, you'll also find two lifejackets.’
  • 66) ‘They could decide where the windows went, and where the fitted cupboards would go - and what kind of furnishings and fittings their new home came with.’
  • 67) ‘There are also two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and one with an impressive carved oak fireplace, and French doors to the garden.’
  • 68) ‘The guest bedroom with a deep, recessed window to the front also benefits from en suite facilities and a fitted wardrobe.’
  • 69) ‘The end wall here is lined with fitted wardrobe and clothes storage.’
  • 70) ‘There is also a fitted wardrobe, study desk, and a broadband internet access point in every bedroom.’
  • 71) ‘She let her feet slip out of her shoes and raised them onto the fitted bench across the other side of the table.’
  • 72) ‘All three have built-in wardrobes, while one of the doubles also has a fitted desk.’
  • 73) ‘The house is full of fitted cupboards.’
  • 74) ‘It needs to be revealed that this elegant bedroom is almost lined with fitted wardrobes.’
  • 75) ‘Upstairs the first bedroom includes fitted wardrobes, a window seat with storage space and a wooden floor.’
  • 76) ‘The kitchen/breakfast room has an extensive range of pine units, as well as a fitted desk and bench and an integrated hob and oven.’
  • 77) ‘Beyond this, the entrance hall features a cloakroom, a fitted bookcase, shelving and a cleverly concealed broom cupboard.’
  • 78) ‘The bedrooms were graced with new fitted beds with integrated luggage areas, and directly behind the access door were separate toilets and showers with tiled surrounds.’
  • 79) ‘There is a spacious bathroom on the return, with part-panelled walls, a claw-foot bath and wall-to-wall fitted closets.’
  • 80) ‘The two bedrooms are doubles with fitted wardrobes.’
  • 81) ‘The good sized double has a fireplace and, while there is no fitted storage, there is plenty of space to rectify this.’
  • 82) ‘The first room on the left is a long, walk-in cloakroom with fitted shelves and plenty of hanging space.’
  • 83) ‘The kitchen area is fully fitted, with breakfast counter, and has utility with bathroom and electric shower off.’
  • 84) ‘Now derelict, the stone property has planning permission to be restored as a four-bedroom home, with one bathroom, two sitting rooms, a dining room and a fitted kitchen.’
  • 85) ‘All units come with fully fitted kitchens and gas-fired central heating.’
  • 86) ‘Just off the living room is a fitted kitchen with shaker style units at floor and eye level.’
  • 87) ‘It is a four-bedroom, three bathroom property with spacious rooms and a fitted kitchen.’
  • 88) ‘Each house will come with a fitted kitchen with custom-built units and chrome handles.’
  • 89) ‘The units will include fully fitted kitchens with electrical appliances, air conditioning, marble floors and an underground parking space.’
  • 90) ‘The ground floor has recently been refurbished to provide new fully fitted kitchens, cold rooms and freezers.’
  • 91) ‘On the production line every last detail is included in the modules - built-in storage space, a fitted kitchen and a bathroom complete down to taps and tiling.’
  • 92) ‘All of the two and three bedroom units will have en suites while all of the apartments will feature fitted kitchens with ceramic floor tiling and integrated appliances.’
  • 93) ‘Standard features include fitted kitchens with Italian floor and wall tiles, fully tiled bathrooms and video security systems.’
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