from The Century Dictionary.
- In a fitting or suitable manner; suitably; appropriately.
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- adverb in an appropriate manner
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Ah, post number one – fittingly, comes from a conservative defender of dumb – unrepentant in the face of a world, a nation and economy that are a reeling from the damage done when a C-student is put in charge.
Which, fittingly, is called the “jerk,” regardless of sign.
The Tower on the Hill, that is the meaning of the word "Dunster," and the name fittingly describes it; for it dominates many miles of beautiful and fertile country, and stands feudally above the village, perceptible from every angle of the street, at once a guardian and a menace.
Such an ideal champion of truth is fittingly designated by the English word "gentleman".
He seems to take to heart the biblical admonition that a word fittingly spoken is like an apple of gold in a picture of silver (Proverb 25: 11).
S. Carolina's first major title fittingly came against the other USC's top rival
En, which means 'circle' or 'fate' in Japanese, fittingly illustrates the establishment's continued dedication to providing a quality and complete dining experience ..
Her financial partner, fittingly, is Kenneth Lerer, a former executive vice president of the Internet boom’s last great hurrah, the company formerly known as AOL Time Warner.
Last night, in an arena where Shea's name fittingly joins the retired numbers of Seaver, Stengel, Hodges and Jackie Robinson, baseball witnessed a return to the past.
The artwork is still fairly underwhelming, but fittingly, that is the theme of the whole project: a feeling of going back to basics.