fit as a fiddle

Definition of fit as a fiddle

informal

  1. :  in good physical condition :  very healthy and strong I feel (as) fit as a fiddle this morning.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  a division of a poem or song

  1. :  adapted to an end or design :  suitable by nature or by art

    :  adapted to the environment so as to be capable of surviving

    :  acceptable from a particular viewpoint (as of competence or morality) :  proper

  1. :  a sudden violent attack of a disease (as epilepsy) especially when marked by convulsions or unconsciousness :  paroxysm

    :  a sudden but transient attack of a physical disturbance

    :  a sudden burst or flurry (as of activity)

  1. :  to be suitable for or to :  harmonize with

    :  to be seemly or proper for

    :  to conform correctly to the shape or size of

  1. :  the fact, condition, or manner of fitting or being fitted: such as

    :  the way clothing fits the wearer

    :  the degree of closeness between surfaces in an assembly of parts

  1. : dialectal past tense and past participle offight

fiddleplay
  1. :  violin

    :  a device (as a slat, rack, or light railing) to keep objects from sliding off a table aboard ship

    :  fiddlesticks

  1. :  to play on a fiddle

    :  to move the hands or fingers restlessly

    :  to spend time in aimless or fruitless activity :  putter, tinker


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