But you are fitted for society, and it is shameful to have you exiled from it.
YOU know he is fitted for something better than cow-punching.
Another, fitted up as a dairy, was hardly less of a picture.
It was not fitted out upon the scale which Nelson had proposed.
It was laid by the Monarch, a paddle steamer which had been fitted for the work.
In this machine, the barrel was fitted with a crank, and rotated by handle.
Next summer a steamboat was fitted out for the purpose, and the cable was submerged.
But some time elapsed before he was fitted with a suitable appointment.
He is fitted for his vocation; he has watched all night by his armor.
But words are not music; words at least are meant and fitted to carry a precise meaning!