fit definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • is the proper decoration for: These shoes fit me.
    • resulting in is the appropriate decoration: The tailor installed the pants by shortening all of them.
    • determine for correct dimensions: She fitted myself for a unique coat.
    • To be appropriate to; suit: music that fits your mood.
    • To be in conformity or arrangement with: findings that fit the theory well.
    • to help make appropriate; adjust: fitted the racks for large books. See Synonyms at adjust.
    • In order to make ready; create: specific training installed this lady for the job.
    • To equip; outfit: fit away a ship.
    • to present somewhere or time for: You can't fit anymore toys inside package. The physician can fit you in today.
    • To insert or adjust so as to be properly in position: fit a handle on a door.
    • To be the correct decoration for: These footwear fit me personally.
    • To cause to be the proper shape and size: The tailor fitted the pants by shortening all of them.
    • determine for correct size: She installed myself for a new jacket.
    • To be proper to; fit: songs that meets your mood.
    • to stay conformity or arrangement with: observations that fit the idea nicely.
    • In order to make suitable; adapt: fitted the racks for large books. See Synonyms at adapt.
    • to create prepared; create: specific instruction installed this lady for the job.
    • To provide; ensemble: fit out a ship.
    • to give a spot or time for: you cannot fit any more toys inside box. A doctor can fit you in today.
    • is the proper size and shape for: These shoes fit myself.
    • To place or adjust to be able to be properly in position: fit a handle on a door.
    • To cause become the appropriate shape and size: The tailor fitted the trousers by reducing them.
    • To measure for proper size: She fitted myself for a brand new jacket.
    • is appropriate to; match: music that meets your feeling.
    • To be in conformity or agreement with: findings that fit the theory well.
    • which will make ideal; adjust: fitted the shelves for large books. See Synonyms at adjust.
    • to create prepared; prepare: specific training fitted the girl for the job.
    • To supply; ensemble: fit aside a ship.
    • to present a spot or time for: you cannot fit any longer toys inside field. The doctor can fit you in these days.
    • To insert or adjust in order to be properly in position: fit a handle on a door.
    • to create fit or appropriate; to adjust to the purpose meant; to be considered; to place into a condition of preparedness or planning.
    • to create to a required form and size; to shape aright; to adjust to a model; to modify; -- stated especially for the work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • to produce with something which works or fit, or which formed and modified toward usage needed.
    • To be appropriate to; to answer what's needed of; is precisely formed and adjusted to.
    • is the correct decoration for: These footwear fit me.
    • resulting in to-be the correct size and shape: The tailor fitted the trousers by reducing them.
    • To measure for correct size: She fitted me personally for a unique coat.
    • becoming appropriate to; match: music that fits your mood.
    • To be in conformity or arrangement with: findings that fit the idea nicely.
    • to produce ideal; adjust: fitted the shelves for huge books. See Synonyms at adjust.
    • which will make prepared; prepare: specific education fitted the girl to do the job.
    • To provide; outfit: fit on a ship.
    • to produce somewhere or time for: you cannot fit more toys inside box. A doctor can fit you in today.
    • To insert or adjust to be able to be correctly in position: fit a handle on a door.
    • To be the correct decoration for: These shoes fit me.
    • To cause becoming the appropriate decoration: The tailor installed the pants by shortening them.
    • To measure for proper size: She fitted me personally for a fresh coat.
    • to-be the correct size and shape for: These footwear fit myself.
    • become appropriate to; fit: music that suits your mood.
    • To cause to be the appropriate size and shape: The tailor installed the pants by shortening them.
    • to stay conformity or contract with: findings that fit the idea well.
    • To measure for correct size: She installed me personally for a unique jacket.
    • In order to make appropriate; adjust: fitted the shelves for big publications. See Synonyms at adapt.
    • becoming appropriate to; fit: music that meets your feeling.
    • which will make prepared; prepare: specific education fitted this lady to do the job.
    • To equip; outfit: fit away a ship.
    • to offer someplace or time for: you cannot fit any longer toys inside box. The physician can fit you in today.
    • to stay conformity or agreement with: findings that fit the theory well.
    • To put or adjust to be able to be correctly positioned: fit a handle on a door.
    • To be the correct shape and size for: These footwear fit myself.
    • To cause become the proper size and shape: The tailor installed the trousers by reducing all of them.
    • determine for correct dimensions: She installed myself for an innovative new coat.
    • to produce appropriate; adapt: fitted the shelves for large publications. See Synonyms at adapt.
    • to-be appropriate to; match: music that suits your state of mind.
    • to help make prepared; prepare: Specialized instruction fitted the girl for the job.
    • to stay conformity or arrangement with: findings that fit the idea well.
    • To equip; outfit: fit away a ship.
    • to help make ideal; adjust: fitted the racks for huge books. See Synonyms at adapt.
    • To make ready; create: specific training fitted the girl for the job.
    • to deliver a place or time for: You can't fit more toys into the box. The doctor can fit you in these days.
    • To provide; outfit: fit on a ship.
    • To insert or adjust so as to be correctly in place: fit a handle on a door.
    • to supply somewhere or time for: you cannot fit anymore toys in box. The doctor can fit you in today.
    • To place or adjust to be able to be correctly positioned: fit a handle on a door.
    • To be the appropriate shape and size for: These shoes fit myself.
    • To make fit or ideal; to conform to the point meant; to qualify; to put into an ailment of ability or planning.
    • To cause to-be the correct decoration: The tailor fitted the pants by shortening all of them.
    • to carry to a required form and size; to shape aright; to conform to a model; to modify; -- said particularly associated with the work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • determine for appropriate size: She fitted myself for an innovative new jacket.
    • to provide with a thing that would work or healthy, or which formed and adjusted to the usage required.
    • is proper to; fit: songs that suits your feeling.
    • To be ideal to; to answer certain requirements of; to-be properly shaped and modified to.
    • to stay in conformity or contract with: findings that fit the idea nicely.
    • to-be the proper size and shape for: These footwear fit me.
    • which will make fit or suitable; to conform to the purpose meant; to qualify; to put into an ailment of readiness or preparation.
    • To bring to a required form and dimensions; to contour aright; to adjust to a model; to modify; -- said particularly of work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • to produce with a thing that works or healthy, or that is shaped and modified on use needed.
    • to help make suitable; adjust: fitted the shelves for large publications. See Synonyms at adapt.
    • To cause to-be the proper decoration: The tailor fitted the pants by shortening them.
    • to-be appropriate to; to resolve what's needed of; becoming correctly formed and modified to.
    • To measure for appropriate dimensions: She installed myself for a fresh coat.
    • To be proper to; match: songs that suits your mood.
    • To be in conformity or contract with: findings that fit the theory well.
    • to help make ready; create: specific instruction fitted the girl to do the job.
    • to create appropriate; adapt: fitted the shelves for huge publications. See Synonyms at adjust.
    • To provide; outfit: fit completely a ship.
    • In order to make ready; prepare: specific education installed the girl for the job.
    • to deliver a location or time for: You can't fit any more toys in field. The doctor can fit you in these days.
    • To equip; ensemble: fit aside a ship.
    • to give a location or time for: You can't fit any longer toys in package. The physician can fit you in these days.
    • To put or adjust so as to be correctly in position: fit a handle on a door.
    • To place or adjust so as to be precisely in position: fit a handle on a door.
    • In order to make fit or ideal; to adjust to the point meant; to be considered; to put into a disorder of readiness or planning.
    • to carry to a required kind and size; to contour aright; to conform to a model; to adjust; -- said especially associated with work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • to provide with something which would work or fit, or which shaped and adjusted on use needed.
    • is appropriate to; to answer what's needed of; become precisely formed and adjusted to.
    • to create fit or suitable; to adjust to the reason meant; to qualify; to put into an ailment of preparedness or preparation.
    • to carry to a required form and dimensions; to contour aright; to adjust to a model; to regulate; -- said especially for the work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • to produce with something which would work or fit, or this is certainly formed and modified towards the use required.
    • become appropriate to; to answer what's needed of; become precisely shaped and modified to.
    • to create fit or appropriate; to adjust to the point intended; to be considered; to place into a condition of preparedness or preparation.
    • In order to make fit or appropriate; to conform to the reason intended; to be considered; to place into a disorder of readiness or planning.
    • to carry to a required form and size; to profile aright; to conform to a model; to modify; -- stated specially of work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • to carry to a required kind and size; to shape aright; to adapt to a model; to modify; -- stated particularly for the work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • To supply with a thing that would work or fit, or that is formed and modified towards the use required.
    • To supply with something that is suitable or fit, or that is formed and adjusted to the usage needed.
    • to-be suitable to; to resolve the requirements of; become precisely formed and modified to.
    • is ideal to; to answer certain requirements of; become properly shaped and modified to.
    • which will make fit or ideal; to conform to the reason meant; to qualify; to place into a condition of preparedness or planning.
    • to carry to a required form and size; to profile aright; to conform to a model; to adjust; -- said especially of this work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • To supply with something which would work or healthy, or that's shaped and modified to your use needed.
    • become appropriate to; to resolve what's needed of; to be properly formed and modified to.
    • to produce fit or ideal; to adjust to the reason intended; to qualify; to place into a disorder of ability or preparation.
    • to create to a required kind and dimensions; to profile aright; to adapt to a model; to regulate; -- stated specially of the work of a carpenter, machinist, tailor, etc.
    • To supply with something that works or healthy, or that is shaped and adjusted to the usage needed.
    • becoming appropriate to; to resolve what's needed of; is precisely shaped and modified to.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • is the proper size and shape.
    • To be ideal; belong: doesn't fit in with these people.
    • To be in balance; agree: their great mood remain in the joyful occasion.
    • To be the proper decoration.
    • To be suited; belong: doesn't fit in with these people.
    • to stay in harmony; recognize: His great state of mind fit in with the joyful occasion.
    • is the correct size and shape.
    • To be ideal; belong: does not participate in these people.
    • to stay in equilibrium; recognize: His great mood participate in the joyful celebration.
    • to-be appropriate or getting.
    • is adjusted to a certain form or dimensions; to match; becoming adjusted.
    • becoming the proper decoration.
    • becoming suitable; belong: does not participate in these individuals.
    • to stay harmony; consent: their great state of mind remain in the joyful event.
    • becoming the proper size and shape.
    • To be suited; belong: doesn't participate in these individuals.
    • to stay in harmony; consent: His good state of mind participate in the joyful celebration.
    • is the correct decoration.
    • to-be suitable; belong: does not participate in these folks.
    • To be the appropriate decoration.
    • to stay in harmony; consent: His great state of mind participate in the joyful celebration.
    • to-be suitable; belong: doesn't remain in these folks.
    • To be in balance; agree: their great mood participate in the joyful event.
    • becoming correct or becoming.
    • To be modified to a certain form or dimensions; to match; to-be adjusted.
    • become proper or becoming.
    • become modified to a specific form or dimensions; to accommodate; becoming adjusted.
    • becoming the proper size and shape.
    • becoming the appropriate size and shape.
    • becoming fitted; belong: does not remain in these people.
    • to stay balance; consent: His good mood fit in with the joyful celebration.
    • is appropriate; belong: does not participate in these folks.
    • To be in harmony; agree: their great state of mind remain in the joyful event.
    • is correct or getting.
    • to-be adjusted to a certain form or size; to match; is adapted.
    • become correct or getting.
    • is modified to a particular form or dimensions; to match; to-be adapted.
    • is correct or becoming.
    • becoming correct or becoming.
    • become modified to a particular form or size; to suit; is adapted.
    • To be modified to a particular form or dimensions; to accommodate; become adjusted.
    • To be proper or getting.
    • to-be adjusted to a certain shape or size; to accommodate; to be adapted.
    • is correct or getting.
    • To be adjusted to a particular form or dimensions; to match; to-be adjusted.
  • adjective:
    • Suited, adapted, or appropriate for certain scenario or purpose: perhaps not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Appropriate; correct: Do as you see fit.
    • bodily sound; healthier: maintains match diet and exercise.
    • Biology effectively modified to endure and produce viable offspring in a certain environment.
    • ideal, proper.
    • adjusted to a purpose or environment.
    • who is fit; literally really.
    • good-looking, fanciable, appealing, breathtaking.
    • Suited, modified, or acceptable for a given circumstance or purpose: perhaps not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Appropriate; correct: Do as you see fit.
    • bodily sound; healthy: maintains match exercise and diet.
    • Biology effectively modified to endure and create viable offspring in a specific environment.
    • Adapted to an end, item, or design; ideal by nature or by art; fitted by character, qualitties, circumstances, education, etc.; skilled; competent; worthy.
    • Prepared; prepared.
    • Suited, adapted, or appropriate for confirmed scenario or purpose: maybe not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Conformed to a standart of task, properiety, or taste; convenient; meet; getting; right.
    • Appropriate; correct: Do while you see fit.
    • bodily sound; healthy: maintains fit with exercise and diet.
    • Biology effectively modified to endure and produce viable offspring in a certain environment.
    • Suitable, appropriate.
    • Adapted to a purpose or environment.
    • In good shape; physically well.
    • beautiful, fanciable, attractive, beautiful.
    • Suitable, correct.
    • adjusted to an objective or environment.
    • who is fit; literally really.
    • attractive, fanciable, attractive, beautiful.
    • Suited, modified, or acceptable for a given situation or purpose: maybe not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Appropriate; proper: Do as you see fit.
    • Physically noise; healthier: maintains match diet and exercise.
    • Biology Successfully adapted to survive and create viable offspring in a specific environment.
    • right, appropriate.
    • Adapted to a purpose or environment.
    • who is fit; physically really.
    • Adapted to a conclusion, item, or design; suitable naturally or by art; ideal by personality, qualitties, circumstances, knowledge, etc.; skilled; skilled; worthwhile.
    • beautiful, fanciable, attractive, stunning.
    • Prepared; prepared.
    • Conformed to a standart of duty, properiety, or style; convenient; meet; becoming; right.
    • Suited, adapted, or appropriate for confirmed circumstance or purpose: perhaps not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Appropriate; correct: Do as you see fit.
    • Physically sound; healthy: maintains match diet and exercise.
    • adjusted to an end, item, or design; suitable of course or by art; ideal by personality, qualitties, conditions, education, etc.; skilled; skilled; worthy.
    • Suited, modified, or acceptable for certain circumstance or function: not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Suited, adapted, or acceptable for certain circumstance or function: maybe not a fit time for flippancy.
    • Prepared; prepared.
    • Biology Successfully modified to survive and produce viable offspring in a particular environment.
    • Conformed to a standart of task, properiety, or style; convenient; meet; getting; right.
    • Appropriate; proper: Do while you see fit.
    • Appropriate; appropriate: Do as you see fit.
    • Physically noise; healthy: maintains fit with exercise and diet.
    • Physically noise; healthy: maintains fit with exercise and diet.
    • Biology effectively adapted to survive and create viable offspring in a specific environment.
    • Biology Successfully modified to survive and produce viable offspring in a particular environment.
    • (usually accompanied by `to' or `for') from the point of or strongly disposed
    • literally and mentally sound or healthier
    • conference adequate criteria for a purpose
    • appropriate, correct.
    • adjusted to an intention or environment.
    • Adapted to a conclusion, object, or design; suitable of course or by art; suited by character, qualitties, situations, knowledge, etc.; qualified; skilled; worthy.
    • In good shape; literally really.
    • beautiful, fanciable, attractive, stunning.
    • appropriate, correct.
    • Adapted to a purpose or environment.
    • In good shape; physically really.
    • Suited, modified, or acceptable for a given situation or function: maybe not a fit time for flippancy.
    • beautiful, fanciable, appealing, breathtaking.
    • Appropriate; proper: Do as you see fit.
    • appropriate, appropriate.
    • Prepared; ready.
    • adjusted to an objective or environment.
    • Conformed to a standart of responsibility, properiety, or style; convenient; meet; becoming; proper.
    • literally sound; healthy: keeps match diet and exercise.
    • Biology Successfully adapted to survive and produce viable offspring in a specific environment.
    • Suited, modified, or acceptable for certain scenario or function: maybe not a fit time for flippancy.
    • In good shape; actually well.
    • Appropriate; appropriate: Do as you see fit.
    • bodily noise; healthy: maintains match diet and exercise.
    • beautiful, fanciable, attractive, gorgeous.
    • Biology Successfully modified to endure and create viable offspring in a particular environment.
    • ideal, proper.
    • ideal, correct.
    • Adapted to an end, item, or design; appropriate by nature or by art; suited by character, qualitties, situations, education, etc.; competent; skilled; worthy.
    • adjusted to a purpose or environment.
    • Adapted to an objective or environment.
    • Prepared; prepared.
    • In good shape; actually well.
    • who is fit; actually well.
    • Conformed to a standart of task, properiety, or taste; convenient; meet; getting; right.
    • Adapted to a finish, item, or design; ideal of course or by art; ideal by character, qualitties, circumstances, knowledge, etc.; qualified; competent; worthy.
    • beautiful, fanciable, appealing, beautiful.
    • beautiful, fanciable, attractive, stunning.
    • adjusted to a conclusion, item, or design; appropriate by nature or by art; appropriate by character, qualitties, circumstances, knowledge, etc.; skilled; competent; worthy.
    • Prepared; ready.
    • Prepared; prepared.
    • Conformed to a standart of duty, properiety, or style; convenient; meet; getting; proper.
    • Conformed to a standart of duty, properiety, or flavor; convenient; meet; getting; right.
    • (usually followed closely by `to' or `for') regarding point of or strongly disposed
    • literally and mentally sound or healthier
    • conference adequate criteria for an intention
    • (usually followed by `to' or `for') regarding the point of or strongly disposed
    • physically and psychologically sound or healthier
    • satisfying sufficient standards for an intention
    • Adapted to a finish, item, or design; appropriate of course or by art; ideal by character, qualitties, circumstances, knowledge, etc.; skilled; skilled; worthwhile.
    • Prepared; ready.
    • Conformed to a standart of duty, properiety, or flavor; convenient; meet; becoming; right.
    • (usually followed closely by `to' or `for') on point of or highly disposed
    • actually and psychologically sound or healthy
    • Adapted to an-end, item, or design; appropriate of course or by art; ideal by character, qualitties, circumstances, knowledge, etc.; competent; skilled; worthy.
    • Prepared; ready.
    • Conformed to a standart of responsibility, properiety, or style; convenient; meet; becoming; proper.
    • meeting adequate requirements for a purpose
    • (usually accompanied by `to' or `for') regarding the point of or highly disposed
    • literally and psychologically sound or healthy
    • meeting adequate standards for an intention
    • (usually followed closely by `to' or `for') from the point of or strongly disposed
    • literally and mentally sound or healthy
    • conference adequate requirements for an intention
    • (usually accompanied by `to' or `for') from the point of or strongly disposed
    • physically and mentally sound or healthier
    • meeting adequate requirements for an objective
    • (usually followed closely by `to' or `for') regarding point of or strongly disposed
    • physically and mentally sound or healthy
    • conference sufficient requirements for a purpose
    • (usually accompanied by `to' or `for') regarding point of or highly disposed
    • physically and mentally sound or healthier
    • meeting sufficient criteria for an intention
  • noun:
    • The state, high quality, or way of becoming fitted: the appropriate fit of means to ends.
    • The manner in which garments meets: a jacket with a good fit.
    • their education of precision with which surfaces tend to be modified or adapted together in a device or number of components.
    • medication A seizure or convulsion, specially one caused by epilepsy.
    • medication The unexpected appearance of an indicator like coughing or sneezing.
    • A sudden outburst of feeling: a fit of envy.
    • A sudden amount of vigorous task.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • The degree that something meets.
    • Conformity of elements one to another.
    • how good a particular commercial execution captures the character or values of a brand name.
    • goodness of fit.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • an abrupt and strenuous look of an indication over a short period of time.
    • a rapid outburst of emotion.
    • an abrupt rush (of a task).
    • In Old English, a song; a strain; a canto or portion of a ballad; a passus.
    • hawaii, quality, or means of being fitted: the correct fit of means to stops.
    • The manner by which garments meets: a jacket with a tight fit.
    • their education of accuracy with which areas are modified or adjusted to each other in a device or collection of components.
    • their state, high quality, or method of becoming fitted: the appropriate fit of means to stops.
    • Medicine A seizure or convulsion, specially one due to epilepsy.
    • the way where garments meets: a jacket with a good fit.
    • Medicine The sudden appearance of an indication particularly coughing or sneezing.
    • the grade of being fit; adjustment; adaptedness; at the time of gown towards the person for the wearer.
    • a-sudden outburst of feeling: a fit of envy.
    • their education of precision with which areas are adjusted or adapted together in a device or number of components.
    • The coincidence of parts that can come in touch.
    • medication A seizure or convulsion, particularly one caused by epilepsy.
    • an abrupt period of energetic task.
    • drug The unexpected appearance of an indicator such coughing or sneezing.
    • a rapid outburst of feeling: a fit of jealousy.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • The section of an object upon which such a thing suits firmly.
    • a-sudden amount of strenuous activity.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • a-sudden and violent attack of a condition; a stroke of illness, since epilepsy or apoplexy, which produces convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; thus, a time period of exacerbation of a disease; generally speaking, an attack of illness.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • A mood of any kind which masters or possesses one for a while; a temporary, absorbing love; a paroxysm.
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; a sudden and uncommon energy, task, or motion, followed closely by leisure or inaction; an impulsive and irregular action.
    • A darting point; a rapid emission.
    • A struggle; a short period of energetic physical exercies.
    • An attack of convulsive infection; a muscular convulsion, often with lack of self-control and awareness; spasm; particularly, an epileptic assault.
    • The intrusion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of disease, or of every physical disturbance, coming all of a sudden or by abrupt change: as, a fit associated with the gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot fit in periodic temperature.
    • A more or less abrupt and transient manifestation of feeling or feeling of any sort, as of passion (anger), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; frequently, a manifestation of violent feeling; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • an abrupt impulse toward energy, task, or movement, followed by an interval of relaxation; impulsive and periodic action: as, he will do it that the fit is on him; having a fit of work.
    • A caprice; capricious or irregular activity or motion.
    • A stroke.
    • A fitting or adjustment; version, as of a very important factor to a different; a thing that matches or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or of this elements of a device; the layer is a defined fit.
    • their education to which anything suits.
    • Conformity of elements anyone to another.
    • how well a specific commercial execution catches the character or values of a brand.
    • goodness of fit.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • hawaii, high quality, or method of becoming fitted: the appropriate fit of methods to stops.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • The manner by which clothing suits: a jacket with a decent fit.
    • a rapid and vigorous appearance of a symptom over a short span of the time.
    • A fitting away; planning: since, a great fit for university.
    • The degree of precision with which areas are modified or adjusted to each other in a device or collection of components.
    • The part of a car-axle where the wheel is required.
    • The degree to which something fits.
    • a rapid outburst of feeling.
    • an individual's equal, like. or match.
    • Conformity of elements anyone to another.
    • how good a particular commercial execution catches the smoothness or values of a brandname.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the fluid detergent, prior to it being permitted to sweet and harden, within the completing phase associated with the make of yellow soap. See suitable, n., 2.
    • goodness of fit.
    • medication A seizure or convulsion, specifically one due to epilepsy.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • medication The unexpected appearance of a symptom eg coughing or sneezing.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • a rapid outburst of feeling: a fit of envy.
    • an abrupt amount of strenuous activity.
    • A sudden and energetic appearance of an indicator over a brief period of time.
    • a-sudden outburst of feeling.
    • a rapid explosion (of an action).
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or portion of a ballad; a passus.
    • A song, ballad, or story; a division of a song, ballad, or story.
    • A foot; a step.
    • an abrupt rush (of an activity).
    • In optics, a periodic period whereby Newton, in his emission principle of light, thought the luminous corpuscles to pass, and which enabled them to be alternately reflected or sent within surface of a refracting medium. This assumption formed the foundation of alleged theory of fits.
    • a display of bad temper
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or part of a ballad; a passus.
    • their education to which one thing meets.
    • their state, high quality, or method of becoming fitted: the proper fit of way to finishes.
    • the way by which clothing meets: a jacket with a decent fit.
    • the standard of being fit; modification; adaptedness; as of gown into individual of this user.
    • Conformity of elements someone to another.
    • a sudden flurry of task (usually for no obvious explanation)
    • hawaii, quality, or method of being fitted: the correct fit of way to stops.
    • the manner which one thing suits
    • The degree of precision with which areas tend to be modified or adjusted to one another in a device or collection of components.
    • how well a certain commercial execution captures the type or values of a brand.
    • The manner which garments fits: a jacket with a good fit.
    • The state, high quality, or means of being fitted: the proper fit of means to ends.
    • their education of precision with which surfaces are adjusted or adjusted to each other in a machine or assortment of parts.
    • The coincidence of components which come connected.
    • goodness of fit.
    • The manner where garments meets: a jacket with a decent fit.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • an abrupt uncontrollable assault
    • The section of an object where such a thing meets tightly.
    • the amount of precision with which surfaces are modified or adjusted to each other in a device or collection of components.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • the standard of being fit; modification; adaptedness; as of gown towards the person of this user.
    • Medicine A seizure or convulsion, especially one caused by epilepsy.
    • a rapid and violent assault of a problem; a stroke of disease, by epilepsy or apoplexy, which produces convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; thus, a time period of exacerbation of an ailment; in general, an attack of infection.
    • a-sudden and energetic appearance of an indicator over a short period of time.
    • A mood of any sort which masters or possesses one for a time; a short-term, absorbing love; a paroxysm.
    • drug The unexpected appearance of an indication such as for example coughing or sneezing.
    • a rapid outburst of feeling.
    • The coincidence of parts that come in touch.
    • medication A seizure or convulsion, specifically one brought on by epilepsy.
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; a sudden and unusual effort, task, or movement, accompanied by leisure or inaction; an impulsive and unusual activity.
    • A sudden explosion (of a task).
    • A darting point; a rapid emission.
    • The part of an object upon which any such thing suits tightly.
    • medication The sudden look of an indication particularly coughing or sneezing.
    • challenging; a short span of energetic physical exercies.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • a-sudden outburst of emotion: a fit of jealousy.
    • An attack of convulsive condition; a muscular convulsion, usually with loss in self-control and awareness; spasm; especially, an epileptic attack.
    • a-sudden amount of vigorous activity.
    • a rapid and violent attack of a disorder; a stroke of infection, at the time of epilepsy or apoplexy, which creates convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; ergo, a period of exacerbation of an ailment; in general, an attack of illness.
    • The intrusion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of disease, or of every physical disruption, coming suddenly or by abrupt change: as, a fit of this gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot easily fit into intermittent fever.
    • A mood of any sort which masters or possesses one for some time; a short-term, absorbing love; a paroxysm.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • A more or less sudden and transient manifestation of feeling or feeling of any kind, since enthusiasm (fury), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; usually, a manifestation of violent feeling; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • A passing humor; a caprice; a sudden and strange work, activity, or movement, followed by relaxation or inaction; an impulsive and irregular action.
    • an abrupt impulse toward effort, activity, or motion, followed by an interval of relaxation; impulsive and periodic action: as, he can do it your fit is on him; to have a fit of work.
    • A darting point; a rapid emission.
    • A caprice; capricious or irregular activity or activity.
    • challenging; a brief period of energetic physical exertion.
    • An attack of convulsive illness; a muscular convulsion, usually with reduced self-control and awareness; spasm; particularly, an epileptic assault.
    • a swing.
    • The invasion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of disease, or of any physical disturbance, coming suddenly or by abrupt change: as, a fit associated with gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot easily fit in intermittent temperature.
    • medication A seizure or convulsion, specifically one due to epilepsy.
    • A more or less abrupt and transient manifestation of feeling or sense of any kind, as of enthusiasm (anger), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; typically, a manifestation of violent emotion; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • medication The unexpected look of an indicator eg coughing or sneezing.
    • an abrupt impulse toward work, activity, or motion, accompanied by an interval of relaxation; impulsive and periodic activity: as, he can do it that fit is on him; having a fit of work.
    • A sudden outburst of feeling: a fit of envy.
    • A caprice; capricious or irregular activity or motion.
    • A sudden outburst of emotion: a fit of jealousy.
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or part of a ballad; a passus.
    • A stroke.
    • a rapid period of strenuous task.
    • A sudden amount of vigorous task.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • A fitting or modification; adaptation, at the time of one thing to a different; something which suits or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or associated with elements of a machine; the coating is a defined fit.
    • A fitting out; planning: as, a great fit for college.
    • A fitting or modification; adaptation, at the time of a very important factor to some other; something that matches or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or for the elements of a device; the coating is an exact fit.
    • their state, high quality, or way of becoming fitted: the appropriate fit of way to finishes.
    • The part of a car-axle where the wheel is forced.
    • One's equal, like. or match.
    • The manner which clothing fits: a jacket with a tight fit.
    • A fitting away; planning: as, a great fit for college.
    • the amount of precision with which areas tend to be adjusted or adapted to one another in a machine or number of parts.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the liquid soap, prior to it being permitted to cool and harden, in completing stage of manufacture of yellow detergent. See fitting, n., 2.
    • The section of a car-axle upon which the wheel is required.
    • The state, quality, or method of becoming fitted: the proper fit of means to ends.
    • the amount that some thing fits.
    • The manner by which clothing meets: a jacket with a decent fit.
    • an individual's equal, like. or match.
    • Medicine A seizure or convulsion, specially one brought on by epilepsy.
    • their education of precision with which surfaces tend to be modified or adapted together in a machine or assortment of parts.
    • the caliber of being fit; modification; adaptedness; at the time of dress towards person of this wearer.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the fluid detergent, prior to it being allowed to cool off and harden, within the completing stage for the manufacture of yellowish soap. See suitable, n., 2.
    • drug The sudden appearance of an indicator such as coughing or sneezing.
    • The coincidence of parts which come in contact.
    • A sudden outburst of feeling: a fit of envy.
    • the amount that one thing suits.
    • Conformity of elements anyone to another.
    • The part of an object where such a thing fits tightly.
    • a-sudden period of energetic task.
    • how good a particular commercial execution catches the type or values of a brand.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • Conformity of elements anyone to another.
    • a-sudden and violent attack of a problem; a stroke of condition, by epilepsy or apoplexy, which creates convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; thus, a period of exacerbation of an ailment; generally speaking, an attack of infection.
    • goodness of fit.
    • how good a specific commercial execution captures the type or values of a brand name.
    • A mood of any kind which masters or possesses one for a time; a short-term, absorbing love; a paroxysm.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • medication A seizure or convulsion, specially one due to epilepsy.
    • goodness of fit.
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; a-sudden and uncommon work, activity, or motion, followed closely by relaxation or inaction; an impulsive and unusual action.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • an abrupt and strenuous look of an indication over a short period of the time.
    • A darting point; a sudden emission.
    • the amount that anything meets.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • medication The unexpected appearance of an indicator including coughing or sneezing.
    • an abrupt outburst of emotion.
    • a-sudden outburst of emotion: a fit of jealousy.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • A struggle; a short period of active physical exertion.
    • Conformity of elements anyone to another.
    • A sudden amount of energetic activity.
    • a rapid burst (of an activity).
    • A song, ballad, or story; a division of a song, ballad, or story.
    • An attack of convulsive illness; a muscular convulsion, often with losing self-control and consciousness; spasm; specifically, an epileptic attack.
    • A sudden and energetic appearance of a symptom over a short span of the time.
    • how well a particular commercial execution catches the character or values of a brand.
    • The invasion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of infection, or of any physical disruption, coming abruptly or by abrupt transition: as, a fit regarding the gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot fit in intermittent temperature.
    • a-sudden outburst of emotion.
    • goodness of fit.
    • Archaic A section of a poem or ballad.
    • a far more or less unexpected and transient manifestation of feeling or sense of all kinds, since enthusiasm (anger), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; frequently, a manifestation of violent feeling; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • A sudden explosion (of an activity).
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or portion of a ballad; a passus.
    • A foot; a step.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • A sudden and strenuous appearance of a symptom over a short span of time.
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or percentage of a ballad; a passus.
    • a rapid outburst of feeling.
    • a-sudden impulse toward work, task, or movement, followed by an interval of leisure; impulsive and periodic action: as, he can do it the fit is on him; to own a fit of work.
    • A sudden burst (of an action).
    • A song, ballad, or story; a division of a song, ballad, or tale.
    • A caprice; capricious or irregular activity or action.
    • A foot; one step.
    • A stroke.
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or part of a ballad; a passus.
    • In optics, a periodic phase by which Newton, in the emission theory of light, thought the luminous corpuscles to pass, and which allowed all of them to be alternately reflected or sent within area of a refracting method. This assumption formed the basis regarding the alleged concept of fits.
    • the grade of becoming fit; adjustment; adaptedness; since dress towards individual of the user.
    • In optics, a periodic stage whereby Newton, in the emission concept of light, assumed the luminous corpuscles to pass, and which enabled all of them becoming alternately mirrored or sent at the area of a refracting medium. This presumption formed the basis associated with the alleged theory of fits.
    • a display of bad mood
    • The coincidence of parts that can come in touch.
    • A fitting or modification; version, by a very important factor to another; a thing that fits or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or of areas of a device; the coat is an exact fit.
    • The section of an object upon which any such thing meets securely.
    • A fitting away; planning: as, a good fit for college.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • The section of a car-axle upon which the wheel is forced.
    • a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)
    • a-sudden and violent attack of a problem; a stroke of illness, as of epilepsy or apoplexy, which creates convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; thus, a period of exacerbation of an ailment; generally, an attack of condition.
    • a person's equal, like. or match.
    • a display of bad temperament
    • the manner by which one thing meets
    • A mood of any kind which masters or possesses one for a while; a temporary, absorbing love; a paroxysm.
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; an abrupt and uncommon work, activity, or movement, accompanied by relaxation or inaction; an impulsive and irregular activity.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the liquid soap, before it is allowed to sweet and harden, within the completing phase associated with make of yellowish detergent. See suitable, n., 2.
    • A darting point; a rapid emission.
    • A struggle; a short span of energetic exercise.
    • a sudden uncontrollable attack
    • a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)
    • the manner where some thing fits
    • the standard of being fit; adjustment; adaptedness; since dress towards the individual for the user.
    • The quality of being fit; modification; adaptedness; as of gown towards person associated with the user.
    • An attack of convulsive condition; a muscular convulsion, frequently with losing self-control and consciousness; spasm; especially, an epileptic assault.
    • The coincidence of parts that can come in contact.
    • a-sudden uncontrollable assault
    • The element of an object where any such thing fits tightly.
    • The invasion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of illness, or of every physical disturbance, coming instantly or by abrupt change: as, a fit associated with gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot fit in periodic fever.
    • the amount to which some thing meets.
    • The coincidence of components that come connected.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • 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.”
    • Conformity of elements someone to another.
    • The part of an object upon which something meets securely.
    • a rapid and violent attack of a condition; a stroke of disease, by epilepsy or apoplexy, which creates convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; therefore, a time period of exacerbation of an illness; as a whole, an attack of illness.
    • an abrupt impulse toward energy, activity, or movement, accompanied by an interval of leisure; impulsive and intermittent action: as, he'll do it now your fit is on him; having a fit of work.
    • how good a specific commercial execution catches the type or values of a brand.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • A mood of any sort which masters or possesses one for a time; a short-term, absorbing affection; a paroxysm.
    • A caprice; capricious or unusual activity or motion.
    • goodness of fit.
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; a rapid and uncommon energy, task, or motion, followed closely by leisure or inaction; an impulsive and unusual action.
    • A stroke.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • an abrupt and vigorous appearance of an indication over a short period of time.
    • a rapid outburst of emotion.
    • A song, ballad, or tale; a division of a song, ballad, or tale.
    • a rapid rush (of a task).
    • A foot; a step.
    • an abrupt and violent attack of a disorder; a stroke of infection, since epilepsy or apoplexy, which produces convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; for this reason, a time period of exacerbation of an illness; in general, an attack of disease.
    • A fitting or modification; adaptation, at the time of the one thing to some other; a thing that matches or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or of the elements of a machine; the layer is a defined fit.
    • A darting point; an abrupt emission.
    • A fitting away; planning: because, a great fit for university.
    • In Old English, a song; a strain; a canto or percentage of a ballad; a passus.
    • A struggle; a brief period of active physical exercies.
    • A mood of any kind which masters or possesses one for a while; a short-term, absorbing affection; a paroxysm.
    • An attack of convulsive disease; a muscular convulsion, usually with losing self-control and awareness; spasm; specifically, an epileptic assault.
    • The part of a car-axle where the wheel is forced.
    • A passing humor; a caprice; an abrupt and strange work, task, or movement, followed by relaxation or inaction; an impulsive and irregular action.
    • an individual's equal, like. or match.
    • The intrusion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of condition, or of any real disruption, coming instantly or by abrupt change: as, a fit associated with gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot easily fit into periodic temperature.
    • The degree that some thing suits.
    • A darting point; a rapid emission.
    • A more or less abrupt and transient manifestation of emotion or feeling of any kind, at the time of passion (fury), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; frequently, a manifestation of violent emotion; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • [⟨ 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.
    • A struggle; a short period of energetic physical exertion.
    • Conformity of elements one to another.
    • An attack of convulsive infection; a muscular convulsion, often with reduced self-control and awareness; spasm; specifically, an epileptic attack.
    • an abrupt impulse toward work, activity, or movement, followed by an interval of leisure; impulsive and intermittent action: as, he'll do it that fit is on him; having a fit of work.
    • how good a particular commercial execution captures the smoothness or values of a brand name.
    • A caprice; capricious or irregular action or action.
    • The intrusion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of disease, or of every actual disruption, coming abruptly or by abrupt change: as, a fit associated with gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot easily fit into intermittent temperature.
    • goodness of fit.
    • A section of a poem or ballad.
    • In optics, a periodic period by which Newton, in the emission principle of light, assumed the luminous corpuscles to pass through, and which enabled them becoming alternatively reflected or sent on area of a refracting method. This assumption formed the basis associated with the alleged theory of fits.
    • an even more or less abrupt and transient manifestation of emotion or feeling of any kind, as of enthusiasm (fury), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; frequently, a manifestation of violent feeling; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • A seizure or convulsion.
    • A stroke.
    • a-sudden impulse toward energy, task, or movement, followed by an interval of leisure; impulsive and periodic action: as, he'll do it that fit is on him; to possess a fit of work.
    • a display of bad temper
    • A sudden and vigorous look of an indication over a brief period of time.
    • A caprice; capricious or unusual action or activity.
    • A sudden outburst of emotion.
    • A stroke.
    • a-sudden burst (of an activity).
    • the standard of becoming fit; modification; adaptedness; at the time of gown to your person of the user.
    • a-sudden flurry of activity (usually for no obvious explanation)
    • The coincidence of components which come in contact.
    • the way in which anything suits
    • A song, ballad, or tale; a division of a song, ballad, or story.
    • The element of an object where any such thing fits firmly.
    • A fitting or modification; adaptation, by a very important factor to some other; a thing that matches or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or of this components of a machine; the layer is a precise fit.
    • A stroke or blow.
    • A foot; a step.
    • A fitting away; preparation: as, a good fit for college.
    • In Old English, a song; a-strain; a canto or portion of a ballad; a passus.
    • a-sudden and violent assault of a disorder; a stroke of infection, by epilepsy or apoplexy, which creates convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; therefore, a time period of exacerbation of an ailment; generally, an attack of condition.
    • The element of a car-axle where the wheel is required.
    • a-sudden uncontrollable assault
    • A mood of any kind which masters or possesses one for some time; a temporary, absorbing affection; a paroxysm.
    • an individual's equal, like. or match.
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; a-sudden and strange energy, task, or movement, followed by relaxation or inaction; an impulsive and unusual activity.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the fluid soap, before it is permitted to cool and harden, inside completing phase regarding the manufacture of yellowish detergent. See fitting, n., 2.
    • A darting point; an abrupt emission.
    • challenging; a short period of energetic exercise.
    • An attack of convulsive infection; a muscular convulsion, frequently with losing self-control and awareness; spasm; especially, an epileptic assault.
    • In optics, a periodic stage by which Newton, in the emission principle of light, assumed the luminous corpuscles to pass through, and which allowed them to-be alternately mirrored or transmitted within area of a refracting method. This assumption formed the cornerstone of alleged concept of fits.
    • A fitting or adjustment; adaptation, since a very important factor to some other; something that matches or perhaps is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or associated with parts of a machine; the layer is an exact fit.
    • The invasion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of condition, or of any physical disturbance, coming instantly or by abrupt transition: as, a fit associated with gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot easily fit into intermittent temperature.
    • 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.”
    • A fitting out; planning: since, a good fit for university.
    • a display of bad mood
    • a-sudden impulse toward effort, activity, or motion, accompanied by an interval of leisure; impulsive and periodic activity: as, he'll do it now that fit is on him; to own a fit of work.
    • The part of a car-axle where the wheel is forced.
    • A caprice; capricious or unusual action or motion.
    • an individual's equal, like. or match.
    • A stroke.
    • the grade of becoming fit; adjustment; adaptedness; since gown toward person for the user.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the liquid soap, prior to it being permitted to sweet and harden, when you look at the finishing stage for the make of yellow soap. See suitable, n., 2.
    • The coincidence of parts that can come in touch.
    • A song, ballad, or story; a division of a song, ballad, or story.
    • A foot; a step.
    • a rapid flurry of task (usually for no obvious explanation)
    • The part of an object where such a thing fits firmly.
    • the way where one thing meets
    • A stroke or blow.
    • an abrupt and violent assault of a problem; a stroke of disease, at the time of epilepsy or apoplexy, which creates convulsions or unconsciousness; a convulsion; a paroxysm; for this reason, a period of exacerbation of a disease; in general, an attack of disease.
    • A mood of any sort which masters or possesses one for a while; a temporary, absorbing love; a paroxysm.
    • a sudden uncontrollable attack
    • A passing laughter; a caprice; a rapid and strange effort, activity, or movement, followed closely by leisure or inaction; an impulsive and irregular activity.
    • A fitting or adjustment; version, by something to a different; something that suits or is fitted: as. the fit of a garment, or associated with areas of a machine; the coating is a defined fit.
    • A darting point; a-sudden emission.
    • A fitting away; planning: as, a great fit for university.
    • difficult; a brief period of active physical exertion.
    • The element of a car-axle where the wheel is forced.
    • An attack of convulsive infection; a muscular convulsion, often with losing self-control and consciousness; spasm; especially, an epileptic assault.
    • an individual's equal, like. or match.
    • The invasion, exacerbation, or paroxysm of condition, or of every real disturbance, coming all of a sudden or by abrupt change: as, a fit associated with the gout; a fit of colic, of coughing, or of sneezing; a cold or a hot easily fit into intermittent temperature.
    • an even more or less abrupt and transient manifestation of emotion or feeling of any sort, at the time of passion (fury), grief, laughter, laziness, etc.; typically, a manifestation of violent emotion; a paroxysm; a “spell.”
    • a rapid impulse toward work, activity, or movement, followed by an interval of relaxation; impulsive and intermittent activity: as, he can do it that fit is on him; to own a fit of work.
    • A caprice; capricious or irregular action or motion.
    • A song, ballad, or tale; a division of a song, ballad, or tale.
    • A stroke.
    • A foot; a step.
    • 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.
    • A fitting out; planning: because, a good fit for university.
    • The part of a car-axle where the wheel is required.
    • One's equal, like. or match.
    • [⟨ fit, verb] In soap-making, the liquid detergent, prior to it being allowed to cool and harden, inside completing phase associated with make of yellowish detergent. See fitting, n., 2.
    • In optics, a periodic stage through which Newton, inside the emission principle of light, thought the luminous corpuscles to pass, and which allowed them to-be alternatively shown or transmitted during the surface of a refracting medium. This assumption formed the cornerstone associated with alleged principle of matches.
    • [⟨ 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.
    • a display of bad temper
    • In optics, a periodic phase through which Newton, in the emission principle of light, assumed the luminous corpuscles to pass, and which allowed all of them to-be alternatively reflected or sent in the surface of a refracting method. This assumption formed the cornerstone of the alleged principle of fits.
    • a-sudden flurry of activity (frequently for no apparent reason)
    • the way which something meets
    • A song, ballad, or tale; a division of a song, ballad, or tale.
    • A foot; one step.
    • a rapid uncontrollable assault
    • In optics, a periodic phase through which Newton, in the emission principle of light, assumed the luminous corpuscles to pass through, and which allowed them to-be alternately reflected or transmitted during the area of a refracting medium. This presumption formed the cornerstone of alleged concept of fits.
    • a display of bad temperament
    • an abrupt flurry of task (usually for no apparent explanation)
    • the way where anything meets
    • a rapid uncontrollable attack
    • a display of bad temper
    • a sudden flurry of task (often for no obvious reason)
    • the way where one thing suits
    • A song, ballad, or tale; a division of a song, ballad, or tale.
    • A foot; one step.
    • a sudden uncontrollable assault
    • In optics, a periodic period whereby Newton, in his emission theory of light, thought the luminous corpuscles to pass through, and which enabled all of them to be alternatively reflected or transmitted during the surface of a refracting method. This assumption formed the foundation associated with alleged concept of suits.
    • a display of bad temperament
    • a sudden flurry of activity (often for no apparent explanation)
    • the way for which something suits
    • a rapid uncontrollable attack
  • idiom:
    • fit to be tied up Roused to great fury or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to kill Slang To an extreme or fancy degree: dressed up fit to eliminate.
    • by With unusual periods of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • fit becoming tied up Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to destroy Slang To an extreme or elaborate level: decked out fit to eliminate.
    • fit to be tied Roused to great fury or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to eliminate Slang To an extreme or elaborate level: decked out fit to eliminate.
    • by With unusual intervals of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • by With irregular intervals of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • fit is tied Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to kill Slang To a serious or fancy degree: dressed up fit to destroy.
    • by With irregular intervals of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • fit to be tied Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to eliminate Slang To a serious or elaborate degree: dressed up fit to kill.
    • fit to be tied Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to eliminate Slang To a serious or fancy level: clothed fit to eliminate.
    • by With irregular periods of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • fit becoming tied Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to eliminate Slang To an extreme or fancy level: decked out fit to kill.
    • by With unusual intervals of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • by With irregular intervals of action and inaction; intermittently.
    • fit to be tied Roused to great anger or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to eliminate Slang To a serious or sophisticated level: dressed up fit to kill.
    • fit become tied up Roused to great fury or indignation; outraged.
    • fit to destroy Slang To an extreme or fancy degree: clothed fit to kill.
    • by With unusual periods of activity and inaction; intermittently.
    • by With irregular periods of activity and inaction; intermittently.
  • verb:
    • is suited to.
    • To adapt to in dimensions and form.
    • which will make adjust in dimensions and form.
    • to stay in agreement with.
    • to regulate.
    • To attach, particularly when needing precise placement or size.
    • To equip or provide.
    • to create prepared.
    • to-be seemly.
    • becoming of right decoration, as of garments.
    • To be in equilibrium.
    • To suffer a fit.
    • is suitable for.
    • To comply with in dimensions and form.
    • become appropriate.
    • To comply with in size and shape.
    • To make conform in size and shape.
    • To be in agreement with.
    • To adjust.
    • To attach, specially when needing exact positioning or size.
    • To provide or provide.
    • to create prepared.
    • to help make adjust in proportions and shape.
    • to stay in contract with.
    • to modify.
    • to add, especially when requiring exact placement or size.
    • To equip or provide.
    • which will make prepared.
    • to-be seemly.
    • To be associated with right shape and size, since clothing.
    • to stay balance.
    • to-be seemly.
    • become associated with the right decoration, as of clothes.
    • To be in equilibrium.
    • To endure a fit.
    • becoming appropriate.
    • To adapt to in dimensions and shape.
    • to produce conform in dimensions and shape.
    • to stay in agreement with.
    • To adjust.
    • to add, especially when calling for specific placement or sizing.
    • To suffer a fit.
    • To equip or provide.
    • be acceptable or appropriate to
    • In order to make ready.
    • To be seemly.
    • make healthy
    • to-be associated with right shape and size, by garments.
    • be suitable, similar or constant; coincide in their traits
    • To be in equilibrium.
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • To experience a fit.
    • offer with (anything) generally for a particular purpose
    • satisfy a disorder or restriction
    • become correct size or form; fit correctly or as desired
    • insert or adjust a number of things or people
    • become suitable for.
    • comply with some shape or dimensions
    • To conform to in proportions and form.
    • In order to make adjust in dimensions and shape.
    • to stay in arrangement with.
    • To adjust.
    • to-be suitable for.
    • to add, specially when requiring precise positioning or size.
    • To conform to in size and form.
    • To equip or provide.
    • to create ready.
    • to help make conform in dimensions and form.
    • to stay contract with.
    • To adjust.
    • to-be seemly.
    • To attach, especially when requiring specific placement or size.
    • To be suited to.
    • becoming of right size and shape, since garments.
    • To comply with in dimensions and form.
    • to stay in harmony.
    • To provide or provide.
    • which will make conform in proportions and shape.
    • which will make prepared.
    • to-be seemly.
    • to stay in agreement with.
    • is of the right shape and size, by clothes.
    • to stay equilibrium.
    • to modify.
    • to install, particularly when requiring exact placement or sizing.
    • To provide or provide.
    • which will make ready.
    • To be seemly.
    • is of right decoration, by clothing.
    • to stay equilibrium.
    • To endure a fit.
    • To suffer a fit.
    • becoming suited to.
    • To experience a fit.
    • To be suitable for.
    • be acceptable or acceptable to
    • make fit
    • be pleasant or acceptable to
    • be suitable, similar or consistent; coincide within their traits
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • To adapt to in proportions and shape.
    • To conform to in dimensions and shape.
    • which will make adjust in dimensions and form.
    • In order to make conform in size and shape.
    • make fit
    • To be in agreement with.
    • to stay in arrangement with.
    • be appropriate, similar or constant; coincide in their qualities
    • To adjust.
    • to modify.
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • To attach, particularly when requiring exact placement or size.
    • to install, particularly when calling for precise positioning or size.
    • To provide or supply.
    • to create prepared.
    • supply with (anything) often for a particular purpose
    • to-be seemly.
    • meet a disorder or constraint
    • To be of this right decoration, at the time of clothes.
    • end up being the right dimensions or shape; fit correctly or as desired
    • insert or adjust a number of items or folks
    • to stay equilibrium.
    • adapt to some form or size
    • To equip or supply.
    • to help make prepared.
    • provide with (anything) typically for a certain function
    • satisfy an ailment or restriction
    • function as the correct size or shape; fit precisely or since desired
    • place or adjust several items or individuals
    • comply with some form or dimensions
    • To endure a fit.
    • becoming seemly.
    • become of the right decoration, as of clothing.
    • to stay in balance.
    • be acceptable or acceptable to
    • make fit
    • be appropriate, similar or constant; coincide within their faculties
    • To suffer a fit.
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • provide with (some thing) usually for a certain function
    • be pleasant or appropriate to
    • satisfy a disorder or restriction
    • end up being the correct size or form; fit correctly or as desired
    • insert or adjust a few objects or folks
    • make fit
    • comply with some shape or dimensions
    • be compatible, comparable or constant; coincide in their qualities
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • provide with (anything) typically for a specific purpose
    • satisfy a condition or constraint
    • end up being the right dimensions or form; fit precisely or because desired
    • place or adjust a number of things or folks
    • adapt to some shape or dimensions
    • be pleasant or appropriate to
    • make fit
    • be agreeable or appropriate to
    • be appropriate, comparable or consistent; coincide in their traits
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • supply with (anything) often for a certain function
    • satisfy a disorder or constraint
    • be the correct dimensions or form; fit properly or since desired
    • place or adjust several things or individuals
    • comply with some form or dimensions
    • make fit
    • be compatible, similar or constant; coincide inside their traits
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • offer with (anything) often for a specific purpose
    • fulfill an ailment or constraint
    • function as the right size or form; fit precisely or as desired
    • be agreeable or appropriate to
    • make fit
    • be appropriate, similar or consistent; coincide in their traits
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • insert or adjust several items or people
    • adapt to some shape or size
    • offer with (some thing) generally for a certain purpose
    • fulfill a condition or restriction
    • be the correct size or shape; fit correctly or because desired
    • place or adjust a number of objects or individuals
    • adapt to some shape or dimensions
    • be agreeable or acceptable to
    • make fit
    • be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide within their qualities
    • make correspond or harmonize
    • supply with (anything) generally for a particular function
    • satisfy a condition or constraint
    • function as right size or shape; fit correctly or since desired
    • insert or adjust a number of things or men and women
    • conform to some form or dimensions
  • others:
    • imp. & p. p. of battle.
    • To force or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • Meet; right; befitting; getting; conformable to a typical of right, responsibility, or appropriateness; appropriate; proper.
    • Adapted to an end, object, or design; conformable to a standard of efficiency or qualification; suitable; competent.
    • In a state of readiness; in a suitable condition; prepared; prepared: as, fit to perish.
    • Specifically, in wearing language, in condition; precisely trained for action: as, the horse had not been fit, and destroyed the battle; for this reason, colloquially, in good health.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • In order to make fit or suitable; adapt; bring into a corresponding form or a conformable condition: because, to match a coat or dress into the figure; to fit an integral to a lock; to match the mind to 1's circumstances.
    • To accommodate with any such thing suitable; furnish in what is fit or proper as to size, form, etc.: as, to suit one with a coat or a set of footwear.
    • to get ready; provide by what is correct or needed; supply; make-ready; qualify: since, to suit a ship for an extended voyage; to suit an individual's self for a journey; to fit a student for college.
    • to-be correctly adjusted or adjusted to; be appropriate concerning size, kind, character, qualification, etc.; match: as, the coat precisely meets you; he suits his spot really.
    • becoming proper concerning; take maintaining; become; befit.
    • Synonyms To adjust.
    • To provide, provide.
    • to-be fit, ideal, becoming, seemly, or proper.
    • imp. & p. p. of battle.
    • is precisely adjusted; be adjusted or made suitable.
    • To kick.
    • To tread.
    • To kick.
    • Great; long: as, a fit time; a fit offer of trouble.
    • A dialectal preterit and previous participle of battle.
    • imp. & p. p. of battle.
    • imp. & p. p. of battle.
    • to make or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • Meet; appropriate; befitting; getting; conformable to a regular of right, duty, or appropriateness; proper; proper.
    • adjusted to a conclusion, item, or design; conformable to a regular of effectiveness or qualification; suitable; skilled.
    • In circumstances of readiness; in a suitable condition; ready; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • especially, in wearing language, in problem; precisely trained for action: as, the horse wasn't fit, and lost the competition; ergo, colloquially, in good health.
    • to make or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • Meet; right; befitting; getting; conformable to a regular of right, responsibility, or appropriateness; proper; proper.
    • adjusted to an-end, item, or design; conformable to a typical of effectiveness or qualification; suitable; competent.
    • In circumstances of readiness; in a suitable problem; prepared; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • exclusively, in sporting language, in problem; precisely trained to use it: as, the horse had not been fit, and destroyed the battle; thus, colloquially, in health.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, adequate. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • to help make fit or ideal; adjust; bring into a corresponding kind or a conformable condition: since, to fit a coat or gown into figure; to match a key to a lock; to fit your head to 1's conditions.
    • to support with everything appropriate; furnish by what is fit or proper as to size, shape, etc.: as, to match one with a coat or a pair of footwear.
    • to get ready; furnish as to what is proper or needed; supply; make-ready; qualify: as, to fit a ship for a long voyage; to fit your self for a journey; to match a student for university.
    • is correctly adjusted or adapted to; be appropriate concerning dimensions, type, character, certification, etc.; fit: as, the coating precisely suits you; he suits his destination well.
    • To be correct concerning; be in preserving; become; befit.
    • to help make fit or suitable; adjust; bring into a corresponding form or a conformable condition: since, to fit a coat or dress to your figure; to suit a vital to a lock; to suit the mind to 1's circumstances.
    • To accommodate with everything suitable; furnish by what is fit or proper regarding size, form, etc.: as, to match one with a coat or a pair of footwear.
    • to get ready; furnish with what is correct or necessary; furnish; make-ready; qualify: as, to fit a ship for a long voyage; to fit one's self for a journey; to match a student for university.
    • Synonyms to modify.
    • To be correctly modified or adapted to; be suited to regarding size, type, personality, qualification, etc.; suit: as, the coat precisely fits you; he meets his spot really.
    • to-be appropriate concerning; take maintaining; become; befit.
    • Synonyms To adjust.
    • To equip, supply.
    • To equip, offer.
    • to-be fit, appropriate, getting, seemly, or proper.
    • become properly adjusted; be adjusted or made appropriate.
    • imp. & p. p. of battle.
    • To be fit, appropriate, getting, seemly, or correct.
    • imp. & p. p. of fight.
    • becoming correctly adjusted; be adjusted or made suitable.
    • To kick.
    • To tread.
    • To kick.
    • To kick.
    • imp. & p. p. of battle.
    • Great; long: as, a fit time; a fit offer of difficulty.
    • To force or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • To tread.
    • A dialectal preterit and previous participle of fight.
    • Meet; right; befitting; becoming; conformable to a typical of right, duty, or appropriateness; proper; appropriate.
    • To kick.
    • Adapted to a conclusion, item, or design; conformable to a standard of performance or qualification; appropriate; competent.
    • Great; very long: as, a fit time; a fit offer of trouble.
    • In a situation of preparedness; in an appropriate problem; prepared; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • A dialectal preterit and previous participle of battle.
    • particularly, in sporting language, in condition; properly trained to use it: as, the horse wasn't fit, and destroyed the battle; therefore, colloquially, in a healthy body.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • to create fit or suitable; adjust; bring into a corresponding type or a conformable problem: because, to fit a coat or dress to your figure; to match an integral to a lock; to match your brain to one's situations.
    • to support with anything ideal; furnish by what is fit or appropriate concerning dimensions, shape, etc.: as, to fit one with a coat or a couple of shoes.
    • to organize; furnish as to what is correct or essential; equip; make ready; be considered: since, to match a ship for a lengthy voyage; to suit your self for a journey; to suit students for college.
    • becoming precisely modified or adjusted to; be suited to on size, kind, personality, certification, etc.; match: as, the coat exactly meets you; he meets their place really.
    • is proper concerning; be in keeping with; become; befit.
    • Synonyms to regulate.
    • To provide, supply.
    • to make or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • Meet; suitable; befitting; becoming; conformable to a standard of right, responsibility, or appropriateness; proper; appropriate.
    • becoming fit, appropriate, getting, seemly, or correct.
    • Adapted to an end, object, or design; conformable to a standard of efficiency or qualification; ideal; skilled.
    • becoming precisely modified; be adjusted or made suitable.
    • In a situation of preparedness; in the right problem; prepared; prepared: as, fit to perish.
    • Specifically, in sporting language, in problem; precisely trained for action: as, the horse wasn't fit, and destroyed the competition; therefore, colloquially, in good health.
    • imp. & p. p. of fight.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • To kick.
    • To tread.
    • To kick.
    • Great; long: as, a fit time; a fit offer of difficulty.
    • which will make fit or suitable; adapt; bring into a corresponding type or a conformable problem: since, to fit a coat or gown on figure; to match a vital to a lock; to suit your head to at least one's conditions.
    • To accommodate with something appropriate; furnish with what is fit or proper as to dimensions, shape, etc.: as, to fit one with a coat or a pair of footwear.
    • A dialectal preterit and previous participle of fight.
    • To prepare; provide with what is correct or necessary; supply; make-ready; be considered: as, to suit a ship for a lengthy voyage; to fit an individual's self for a journey; to suit students for university.
    • To be precisely modified or adapted to; be suited to concerning size, form, personality, qualification, etc.; match: as, the coat precisely meets you; he meets their spot well.
    • becoming appropriate concerning; be in maintaining; become; befit.
    • To force or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • Synonyms To adjust.
    • Meet; appropriate; befitting; getting; conformable to a standard of right, responsibility, or appropriateness; correct; appropriate.
    • To equip, supply.
    • Adapted to an-end, item, or design; conformable to a typical of efficiency or qualification; suitable; competent.
    • to make or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • is fit, suitable, becoming, seemly, or appropriate.
    • In a state of readiness; in an appropriate problem; prepared; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • Specifically, in sporting language, in condition; precisely trained for action: as, the horse had not been fit, and lost the battle; for this reason, colloquially, in health.
    • becoming precisely adjusted; be adapted or made ideal.
    • Meet; suitable; befitting; getting; conformable to a typical of right, responsibility, or appropriateness; correct; proper.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • adjusted to an end, item, or design; conformable to a typical of performance or qualification; suitable; skilled.
    • imp. & p. p. of fight.
    • To kick.
    • In a situation of readiness; in a suitable condition; prepared; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • To tread.
    • To kick.
    • to help make fit or appropriate; adapt; bring into a corresponding form or a conformable problem: since, to suit a coat or dress to the figure; to suit a vital to a lock; to fit your brain to 1's circumstances.
    • Specifically, in sporting language, in problem; correctly trained to use it: as, the horse had not been fit, and lost the battle; for this reason, colloquially, in good health.
    • Great; long: as, a fit time; a fit deal of trouble.
    • To accommodate with such a thing appropriate; furnish in what is fit or appropriate regarding dimensions, shape, etc.: as, to suit one with a coat or a couple of footwear.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • A dialectal preterit and past participle of fight.
    • to get ready; furnish as to what is correct or required; furnish; make ready; qualify: since, to fit a ship for a long voyage; to match your self for a journey; to suit students for university.
    • To be precisely modified or adjusted to; be suitable for on dimensions, type, personality, certification, etc.; suit: as, the coating precisely fits you; he meets their place well.
    • become proper for; take keeping with; become; befit.
    • Synonyms To Regulate.
    • To equip, provide.
    • to-be fit, ideal, getting, seemly, or correct.
    • To force or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • To be correctly modified; be adjusted or made ideal.
    • Meet; suitable; befitting; getting; conformable to a typical of right, duty, or appropriateness; correct; appropriate.
    • which will make fit or suitable; adjust; bring into a corresponding form or a conformable condition: since, to fit a coat or gown into figure; to match a vital to a lock; to match the mind to one's circumstances.
    • to allow for with something appropriate; furnish in what is fit or proper regarding dimensions, form, etc.: as, to suit one with a coat or a pair of footwear.
    • Adapted to an-end, object, or design; conformable to a standard of performance or certification; ideal; skilled.
    • To kick.
    • to get ready; provide by what is appropriate or required; supply; make-ready; qualify: since, to fit a ship for a lengthy voyage; to match your self for a journey; to match a student for college.
    • In a situation of preparedness; in the right condition; prepared; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • To tread.
    • Specifically, in sporting language, in problem; precisely trained to use it: as, the horse had not been fit, and destroyed the competition; thus, colloquially, in good health.
    • To kick.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, adequate. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • Great; long: as, a fit time; a fit price of trouble.
    • become properly modified or adapted to; be ideal for regarding dimensions, form, character, qualification, etc.; match: as, the coating precisely fits you; he fits their location really.
    • A dialectal preterit and past participle of fight.
    • is appropriate for; be in preserving; become; befit.
    • Synonyms To Regulate.
    • To provide, provide.
    • is fit, appropriate, getting, seemly, or correct.
    • to-be precisely modified; be adapted or made ideal.
    • to make or wrench, as by a fit or convulsion.
    • Meet; appropriate; befitting; becoming; conformable to a typical of right, duty, or appropriateness; appropriate; proper.
    • To kick.
    • adjusted to a finish, item, or design; conformable to a standard of effectiveness or qualification; suitable; skilled.
    • In a state of readiness; in an appropriate problem; prepared; prepared: as, fit to die.
    • especially, in displaying language, in condition; precisely trained to use it: as, the horse wasn't fit, and destroyed the competition; for this reason, colloquially, in a healthy body.
    • Expedient, congruous, correspondent, convenient, apposite, sufficient. Apt, Fit. See a pt.
    • to produce fit or suitable; adjust; bring into a corresponding type or a conformable condition: since, to fit a coat or dress into the figure; to suit a vital to a lock; to fit your head to at least one's conditions.
    • To tread.
    • To accommodate with such a thing ideal; furnish in what is fit or proper concerning size, shape, etc.: as, to fit one with a coat or a set of shoes.
    • To kick.
    • to create fit or suitable; adjust; bring into a corresponding kind or a conformable condition: since, to fit a coat or dress towards figure; to match an integral to a lock; to suit the mind to at least one's conditions.
    • Great; long: as, a fit time; a fit package of trouble.
    • To prepare; furnish using what is proper or necessary; supply; make ready; qualify: because, to match a ship for an extended voyage; to fit one's self for a journey; to suit students for college.
    • A dialectal preterit and previous participle of battle.
    • To accommodate with something appropriate; furnish in what is fit or proper concerning size, shape, etc.: as, to suit one with a coat or a pair of shoes.
    • is properly adjusted or adapted to; be suitable for concerning size, type, character, certification, etc.; fit: as, the layer precisely meets you; he fits their location really.
    • become appropriate for; maintain keeping with; become; befit.
    • Synonyms To adjust.
    • To provide, provide.
    • to-be fit, suitable, becoming, seemly, or appropriate.
    • to-be precisely modified; be adapted or made ideal.
    • To kick.
    • To tread.
    • To kick.
    • Great; very long: as, a fit time; a fit offer of trouble.
    • A dialectal preterit and past participle of fight.
    • to organize; furnish in what is correct or necessary; furnish; make ready; qualify: as, to suit a ship for an extended voyage; to match an individual's self for a journey; to suit a student for university.
    • becoming properly modified or adapted to; be suited to regarding dimensions, type, personality, certification, etc.; match: as, the coating exactly suits you; he suits their spot well.
    • to-be appropriate for; take keeping with; become; befit.
    • Synonyms To adjust.
    • To provide, provide.
    • become fit, suitable, becoming, seemly, or correct.
    • become precisely adjusted; be adapted or made ideal.
    • To kick.
    • To tread.
    • To kick.
    • Great; very long: as, a fit time; a fit price of trouble.
    • A dialectal preterit and previous participle of fight.

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