fit the bill

  1. be what is needed or be good enough for what is required
    Does this restaurant fit the bill for the celebration?
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How To Use fit the bill In A Sentence

  • This season there has been a dearth of good supernatural television, and hopefully this will fit the bill.
  • People are looking for something tangible and stamps fit the bill. The Sun
  • Actually, it's a misconception, agoraphobia is more a fear of being somewhere outside a person's control and then having a panic attack but even so I think the Canadian Wilderness would still seem to fit the bill. 57 entries from March 2007
  • But it may fit the bill as far as timeless ‘paradise’ goes: coral-fringed islands of bobbly green rainforest with tall, slender coconut palms arching through.
  • A top flight soldier with diplomatic skills would fit the bill.
  • There are enough prisoners whose crimes fit the bill. The Sun
  • Remind your landlord how you fit the bill and highlight the advantages of keeping you. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were of course other ways in which Worldwide Plaza fit the bill very well.
  • These fluffy sliders with sequin pineapples on them fit the bill perfectly. The Sun
  • A surround sound hi-fi system, plasma TV screen, multiplayer games consoles, internet-connected computers with webcam are just some of the accessories that will fit the bill.
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