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- n. The state or condition of being fitting; suitability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Suitableness; appropriateness; fitness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being suitable
On the other hand, there is a certain fittingness to packaging these two films together.
Though such a thematic doesn’t seem logically necessary to begin with, it exhibits an incalculably rich symbolic coherence as well as that gloriously gratuitous fittingness which is a mark of perfect Love.
"de congruo," that is, a merit of simple "fittingness," which is characteristic of every angelic and human creature.
While Neumeier's enthusiasm is great, his statement about the story's fittingness today seems a bit of stretch.
A certain amusing fittingness was thus manifested in my choice of a location for my predations, a choice fully vindicated, incidentally, by the catch of lovely males I acquired there.
"Do you hesitate, " she asked, -because of some lack of certitude as to my nature, for fear of some impropriety or subtle lack f fittingness in such an action?
(That spirit is, with exquisite fittingness, preserved in the motto of the recently crucial South Carolina: "Dum spiro spero.")
It was a coincidental fittingness that as all eyes were upon him, he sat alone on the railing, a bit above everyone else - as if on some makeshift stage for an actor on some far away sea.
CARDINAL THEODORE MCCARRICK, ARCHBISHOP EMERITUS OF WASHINGTON, D.C.: It's a certain fittingness in having a burial at the dying of the day because we know that the sun will come back again tomorrow.
We will focus on fittingness here, but analogous points can be made in terms of warrant.
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