It but remains for this council to command, and Tal Hajus must prove his fitness
As for the metre, the heroic measure has proved its fitness
by the test of experience.
But," he said, "Mouston is not so young as he was, my dear fellow; besides, he has grown fat and perhaps has lost his fitness
for active service.
Son Adam, and daughter Martha," said the venerable Father Ephraim, fixing his aged eyes piercingly upon them, "if ye can conscientiously undertake this charge, speak, that the brethren may not doubt of your fitness
Her Royal Highness, like all cultivated minds, looks for fitness
in her ornaments and tastes.
In this breathless pause at the thresh- old of a long passage we seemed to be measuring our fitness
for a long and arduous enterprise, the appointed task of both our existences to be carried out, far from all human eyes, with only sky and sea for spectators and for judges.
Casson, the landlord of the Donnithorne Arms, in his most striking attitude--that is to say, with the forefinger of his right hand thrust between the buttons of his waistcoat, his left hand in his breeches pocket, and his head very much on one side; looking, on the whole, like an actor who has only a mono-syllabic part entrusted to him, but feels sure that the audience discern his fitness
for the leading business; curiously in contrast with old Jonathan Burge, who held his hands behind him and leaned forward, coughing asthmatically, with an inward scorn of all knowingness that could not be turned into cash.
of a professor is not a matter of age; and, from what I have heard, and from what I observe myself, I would much rather trust you than M.
But not so the wise; and not so himself, when he looks through his experience, and sighs to miss that fitness
, the one invaluable touch which makes all things true and real.
During their retreat in the region of the Maritime Alps, in a small house built of dry stones and embowered with roses, they appear all through to be less like released lovers than as companions who had found out each other's fitness
in a specially intense way.
There was a fitness
of things in the whole that carried conviction with it.
He had been a dator, or prince, until Issus had degraded him, so that his fitness
for the high office bestowed was unquestioned.