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keyword: Fit
Feel Fit »
(one's body feels strong and comfortable...)

Fit And Trim »
(strong and thin...)

Fit As A Fiddle »
(feeling strong healthy...)

Fit For A King »
(great, excellent, luxurious...)

Fit In Someone »
(find a time or a place for that one...)

Fit Like A Glove »
(this piece of clothing fits perfectly and feels very comfortable...)

Fit Someone To A T »
(that suits you; that size and look is perfect for you...)

Fit The Bill »
(it is what you are looking for; it is what you wanted...)

Fit To Be Tied »
(very angry; so angry that one could strike out...)

Have A Conniption Fit »
(get very upset and angry in a childish way...)

Have A Fit »
(get very upset...)

Think Someone Or Something Fit For Something »
(believe that one is good enough to do the job...)

A Square Peg In A Round Hole »
(it was put in a place where it does not fit...)

In Agreement »
(They agree; those things fit well together...)

In Shape »
(strong; fit; in good condition...)

Like Two Peas In A Pod »
(they fit together very well; they are comfortable with each other; two people who are similar and fit well together...)

Out Of Shape »
(weak or fat; one's body is not strong and fit...)



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