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A feather-duster seemed a more fitting weapon than a shotgun.

Carl, this must be explained at another and more fitting moment.

But 'tis a puling fool, more fitting for the bowers of ladies.'

It is more fitting for a stage-play than for a Court of Justice.

What more fitting acropolis for freedom of speech than the great out-of-doors!

A more fitting present or higher compliment could not have been offered.

Rarely had they found a more fitting or appreciative audience.

For that seems to be more fitting for slaves than the freeborn.

Would it not be more fitting to have a statue of Sitting Bull?

For the latter reason, bronze and iron are more fitting than brass or steel.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s (adj.); c.1600 (n.), from present participle of fit (v.).

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