made so as to follow closely the contours of a form or shape: fitted clothes; fitted sheets.

Origin of fitted

First recorded in 1730–40; fit1 + -ed2
Related formsfit·ted·ness, nounun·fit·ted, adjectivewell-fit·ted, adjective
Can be confusedfit fitted (see usage note at fit1) Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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British Dictionary definitions for well-fitted


adjective (well fitted when postpositive)

(of clothes, a lid, etc) fitting closely or comfortably
(of a room, boat, etc) having been installed with good quality storage, appliances, etc



designed for excellent fita fitted suit
(of a carpet) cut, sewn, or otherwise adapted to cover a floor completely
  1. (of furniture) built to fit a particular spacea fitted cupboard
  2. (of a room) equipped with fitted furniturea fitted kitchen
(of sheets) having ends that are elasticated and shaped to fit tightly over a mattress
having accessory parts
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