They don’t fit well on children, either.)
I decided to go with my true size and they fit really well.
So, what it means to be fit on this island has changed; the sheep have not become less fit.
Thus increases in the fit value correspond to worse states of affairs; so we want fit values to make a negative impact on contributions.
Can the adjustable belts fit snugly enough?
I’m not going to fit into Washington, either.”
That said, my confidence in that fit is often questionable.
For the fit of the loafer, Everlane suggests going with your true size.
Sometimes the fit affected only comfort, but other times the fit altered the sound too.
Fit: Our tall, size-S tester (typically a size 2 or 4) found these pajamas to be a perfect fit.
Among our testers, two who didn’t like the fit of the Mack’s earplugs did like the fit of this 3M style.
The company sells a wide variety of bras and there's a Fit Finder quiz to ensure that they get the perfect fit.
And if for any reason you're unhappy with the fit after you receive it, Sene will make free alterations as part of its 100% fit guarantee.
Another way of putting this is to say that the fit have a greater propensity toward successful survival and reproduction than the less fit.
When someone is objective, his or her beliefs have the right direction of fit: the beliefs are arranged in order to fit the way the world is.
The earbud tips come in several sizes, plus there is a choice of "wings" that fit around the edge of the bud, and it's these that ensure a tight, secure fit in your ear.
When the University of Iowa's Carver School of Medicine tested the fit of the mask's first iteration, all 12 participating physicians wearing the brace passed the hospital's required fit test, Paseman said.
A Yankee once came upon the words nihil fit, and he immediately wrote off to the editor of the paper to which he subscribed to know “Who was Nihil, who he fit, what amount he fit for, and if he won.”
But you simply must fit, and Peter measures you for your tree as carefully as for a suit of clothes: the only difference being that the clothes are made to fit you, while you have to be made to fit the tree.
Constative utterances have a word-world direction of fit (what is said is supposed to conform to what the world is like), while performative utterances have world-word direction of fit (the world is supposed to be changed to fit what is said).
- a display of bad temper
Example: he had a fit
- (usually followed by `to' or `for') on the point of or strongly disposed
Example: in no fit state to continue
- be agreeable or acceptable to
- meeting adequate standards for a purpose
Example: a fit subject for discussion
- a sudden uncontrollable attack
- be the right size or shape; fit correctly or as desired
Example: This piece won't fit into the puzzle
- physically and mentally sound or healthy
Example: felt relaxed and fit after their holiday
- make fit
Example: fit a dress
- the manner in which something fits
Example: I admired the fit of her coat
- a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)
- insert or adjust several objects or people
Example: Can you fit the toy into the box?
- be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
- conform to some shape or size
Example: How does this shirt fit?
- provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose
- fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condition or restriction
- make correspond or harmonize
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