How is it, brother, that I am master of my family, and that I can do all I think fit?
But leave it to your own discretions to do as you think fit in it.
By which is implied a right to disapprove, if they think fit.
As for what you ask, I shall do it, or I shall let it alone--as I think fit.
In a day or two—or perhaps a week—take whatever steps you think fit.
Now I'll pay you what I think fit, and you'll take it and be satisfied, and no hanky panky.
If you condemn me, I am ready to face whatever you may think fit to inflict.
With these offences the Attorney-General did not think fit to meddle.
But there's no reason why you shouldn't write a note if you think fit.
And who are you, sir, that the Admiral should think fit to intrust so important a message to you?