Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of fit.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fit.

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Examples

  • After a few days, if the fits are still not controlled, add a second medication - usually phenytoin, for ‘big fits’.

    1) Head Control and Use of Senses

  • For all types of fits except brief fits that suddenly throw the child out of balance (‘jolt fits’) or

    1) Head Control and Use of Senses

  • Certainly the term fits Mr. Malaby's performance, which consisted of an hourlong tenor solo backed by drummer Tom Rainey and bassist and festival co-producer William Parker.

    A Last Weekend of Virtuosos and Visionaries

  • Certainly the term fits Mr. Malaby's performance, which consisted of an hourlong tenor solo backed by drummer Tom Rainey and bassist and festival co-producer William Parker.

    A Last Weekend of Virtuosos and Visionaries

  • But the term fits because the pair's fierce guitar riffs feel powerfully electric, and because Rodrigo y Gabriela's rhythmic style showcases a frenetic strum that conjures the energy of flamenco.

    News

  • If a well-dressed black man approaching makes you nervous, then maybe the label fits, but a gang of teenagers is almost always bad news no matter what shade their skin.

    Racist, Sexist, and Homophobic

  • Title and Cover Discussion: LAWL I know that the title fits, but I keep messing up this title.

    Review: Love is the Higher Law by David Levithan

  • Title and Cover Discussion: LAWL I know that the title fits, but I keep messing up this title.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Although once you read the article you realize the title fits, since the piece is a bizarre collection of disconnected points and surfaces barely scratched.

    Cory Silverberg: How Sex Could Save Newspapers

  • As for the Forbes pieces on the “emptiest” cities: the title fits nicely with the modern mood, which already has the country in total collapse, its cities abandoned, and most people living in boxes.

    Monday, Feb. 23 – The Bleat.

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