"It is a balsam," answered Don Quixote, "the receipt of which I have in my memory, with which one need have no fear of death, or dread dying of any wound; and so when I make it and give it to thee thou hast nothing to do when in some battle thou seest they have cut me in half through the middle of the body- as is wont to happen frequently,- but neatly and with great nicety, ere the blood congeal, to place that portion of the body which shall have fallen to the ground upon the other half which remains in the saddle, taking care to fit
it on evenly and exactly.
I was proud of my great size, and realized that now I could safely travel anywhere in the world, while my superior culture would make me a fit
associate for the most learned person I might chance to meet.
Is he quiet when he has these fits
? He doesn't show violence, does he?"
But he remembered when he thought about it that whoever was stupid or not fit
for his office would not be able to see it.
Thereupon the Policeman left the man in a fit
and attacked the Citizen, who, after receiving several severe contusions, ran away.
He had a bad fainting fit
, but with a long rest he may recover."
Lord, have mercy upon me!" I suppose I did nothing else for two or three hours; till, the fit
wearing off, I fell asleep, and did not wake till far in the night.
The pen employed in finishing her story, and making it what you now see it to be, has had no little difficulty to put it into a dress fit
to be seen, and to make it speak language fit
to be read.
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.
It was a hard trial of the courage and means of an individual to have to fit
out another costly expedition, where so much had already been expended, so much uncertainty prevailed, and where the risk of loss was so greatly enhanced, that no insurance could be effected.
"If vanity was a thing fit
," says Square, "I might indulge some on the same occasion; for whence only he can have learnt his notions of right or wrong, I think is pretty apparent.
Beware of sudden change, in any great point of diet, and, if necessity enforce it, fit
the rest to it.