fitted out[ fit ]SEE DEFINITION OF fitted out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FITTED OUT
It was not fitted out upon the scale which Nelson had proposed.
Next summer a steamboat was fitted out for the purpose, and the cable was submerged.
Three ships, or caravels as they were called, were fitted out.
The Lacedaemonians, in opposition, fitted out a fleet under the command of Podanemus.
The captain had come on board early, and was down in the cabin that had been fitted out for him.
During the war more than five hundred fitted out in American ports.
The Duke of Wardshaven fitted out the Enterprise, and somebody else fitted out this one.
A slave-ship, fitted out in England, and sailing from an English port,—alas!
Our thirteen prahus had all been fitted out in and about Singapore.
Another Arctic expedition was fitted out in the spring of 1883.
1823, "the fitting of one thing to another," later (1831) "the way something fits." Originally "an adversary of equal power" (mid-13c.), obscure, possibly from Old English fitt "a conflict, a struggle" (see fit (n.2)).