Difference between fit and gore
- be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
- be agreeable or acceptable to
- make fit
- insert or adjust several objects or people
- fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condtion ro restriction
- a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)
- the manner in which something fits
- a display of bad temper
- a sudden uncontrollable attack
- physically and mentally sound or healthy
- (usually followed by `to' or `for') on the point of or strongly disposed
- meeting adequate standards for a purpose
The brightly colored outfits may be made of either cotton or such dressy fabrics as velvet, satin, and lamé.
Warner wrote from Egypt expressing sympathy for their unfurnished state of affairs, but added, "I would rather fit out three houses and fill them with furniture than to fit out one 'dahabiyeh'.
Moreover, Mr Webb's point about what he calls disinterested management -- that is to say, the management of banks by officers whose remuneration bears no relation to the profit made on each piece of business transacted -- is one of the matters in which English banking seems likely at least to be modified.
- coagulated blood from a wound
- the shedding of blood resulting in murder
- a piece of cloth that is generally triangular or tapering; used in making garments or umbrellas or sails
- wound by piercing with a sharp or penetrating object or instrument
- cut into gores
They put out a plan that adds up, leaves no ox ungored and should shut up anyone who says the deficit can be contained by cutting waste, fraud, abuse and foreign aid.
Ka go realo, ke laetša gore sela se bego se dirwa maloba sa go hlakiša dinaga tša baagelwane se fetogile.
Arguing that FDR provoked the attack was Gore Vidal, novelist, provocateur, T. V. icon, and one of the greatest English-language essayists alive.