Thesaurus / fitly

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The impressions of one of his most intimate friends, as conveyed at the time by letter, may fitly be quoted here.

If it be his good pleasure to assign thee the part of a beggar, a ruler, or a simple citizen, thine it is to play it fitly.

In your radiant and immaculate bosom the divine spark may be enshrined, a place without sullying where it may fitly nestle.

Balsamo, The MagicianAlexander Dumas

Tsz-lu asked how he would characterize one who might fitly be called an educated gentleman.

The Wisdom of ConfuciusEpiphanius Wilson

A man who has once felt it knows there is only one kind of silence that can fitly be called "dead."

Pillars greater than those of Hercules might fitly mark this progress.

Fitly to tell the tale, I should need a fresh pen, paper and spirits.

Her words were fitly spoken, and they went down to the deep places of the childrens hearts.

He had spent the Sabbath in open sin upon the new-made links, and had been fitly punished by his own execrable play.

My Lord DukeE. W. Hornung

Fitly, indeed, do the rags worn by the monks of true Buddhism symbolize the miserable patchwork of its own self-righteousness.

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