Good looking, fanciable, attractive, beautiful. (adjective)
To be suitable for. (verb)
To conform to in size and shape. (verb)
To make conform in size and shape. (verb)
To be in agreement with. (verb)
To adjust. (verb)
To attach, especially when requiring exact positioning or sizing. (verb)
To equip or supply. (verb)
To make ready. (verb)
To be seemly. (verb)
To be of the right size and shape, as of clothing. (verb)
To be in harmony. (verb)
The degree to which something fits. (noun)
Conformity of elements one to another. (noun)
how well a particular commercial execution captures the character or values of a brand. (noun)
goodness of fit. (noun)
A section of a poem or ballad. (noun)
A seizure or convulsion. (noun)
A sudden and vigorous appearance of a symptom over a short period of time. (noun)
A sudden outburst of emotion. (noun)
A sudden burst (of an activity). (noun)
To suffer a fit. (verb)
Examples of word fit
Likewise has been accepted its law of development: _That_, _in the struggle for existence_, _the strong and fit and the progeny of the strong and fit have a better opportunity for survival than the weak and less fit and the progeny of the weak and less fit_.
Cathari ought not to be put to death after an ecclesiastical trial, lest the Church be compromised: "_Illud ab eo fit, cujus auctoritate fit_," he said, to justify his recommendation. [
Aditi Kinkhabwala of The Wall Street Journal took a closer look at recent seasons when the Giants were said to have "collapsed" and determined that the label fit only for 2010 and 2006.
Now everything I had left to my name fit neatly into two weathered brown suitcases, which I had to borrow, no less, from a friend across the hall, because the thieves had efficiently used my own suitcases to haul away my things.
The nickname fit better than the kids, or Luke himself, could know.