Her name was Aldonza Lorenzo, and upon her he thought fit
to confer the title of Lady of his Thoughts; and after some search for a name which should not be out of harmony with her own, and should suggest and indicate that of a princess and great lady, he decided upon calling her Dulcinea del Toboso -she being of El Toboso- a name, to his mind, musical, uncommon, and significant, like all those he had already bestowed upon himself and the things belonging to him.
It was thought fit
that the Lady Arbella should tarry in Salem for a time; she was probably received as a guest into the family of John Endicott.
This I feared was but too probably the case; since how could it be otherwise accounted for that I should have escaped the same indisposition, but by supposing that the bodily Exertions I had undergone in my repeated fits
of frenzy had so effectually circulated and warmed my Blood as to make me proof against the chilling Damps of Night, whereas, Sophia lying totally inactive on the ground must have been exposed to all their severity.
He has fits
of some sort, and has just arrived from Switzerland, straight from the station, dressed like a German and without a farthing in his pocket.
Then, as Little John gathered his breath for a new verse, "How, now," roared forth the fat Brother, his voice coming from him like loud thunder from a little cloud, "thou naughty fellow, is this a fit
place for one in thy garb to tipple and sing profane songs?
Get to work, my dear Nick, and fit
the Pumpkinhead's leg to the Saw-Horse.
I really shall take a fit
if you go on in such a way.
The maitre d'hotel apologised to the little groups of people for the commotion-they were perhaps to blame for having employed a young man so delicate-he was scarcely fit
The only place that is fit
to live in--for this excellent reason, that the French are the only people who know how to make the most of life.
he went on, helping Genevieve into an overcoat which fell to her heels and which fitted her as a tailor-made over-coat should fit
the man for whom it is made.
A POLICEMAN, finding a man that had fallen in a fit
, said, "This man is drunk," and began beating him on the head with his club.
This tree seemed to bear all the year around, for there were lunch-box blossoms on some of the branches, and on others tiny little lunch-boxes that were as yet quite green, and evidently not fit
to eat until they had grown bigger.