Origin of fitting
Examples from the Web for fittingly
Now this one-month adventure has been turned into a documentary, fittingly titled Banksy Does New York, set to air Nov. 17 on HBO.Catch Him If You Can: Reliving Banksy’s New York Invasion|Alex Suskind|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fittingly, Booker spent the rest of the day on Twitter, where he personally thanked individual voters for their support.
Fittingly to that point, its Rotten Tomato score (as of Tuesday evening) was a flat 50 percent.
Even Beauty and the Beast villain Gaston pops up as—fittingly—the 'Pornstache' stand-in.
This New York paper gets L.A., and explores and reveals it in a fresh, fittingly baroque, and often unpredictable way.The Hypocrisy Behind The New York Times’s Abrupt Decapitation of Jill Abramson|Robert Shrum|May 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The shaving and the kick might fittingly have been suppressed with dignity added to the picture of stern Wamba on horseback.Toledo. The Story of an Old Spanish Capital|Hannah Lynch
Indeed, madam, to my humble eyes, you are most beautifully and fittingly--ah--hooked up.The Eyes of the World|Harold Bell Wright
But who can fittingly describe the progress of a soul on its way to its God?The Martyr of the Catacombs|Anonymous
We are a poor people but we can be quiet, clean, becomingly and fittingly dressed.The Colored Girl Beautiful|E. Azalia Hackley
Now I was dressed, as fittingly as possible in the circumstances, but I felt that my chief need was a bed to lie down upon.In the Wrong Paradise|Andrew Lang
1530s (adj.); c.1600 (n.), from present participle of fit (v.).