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Definition of "fitted out" [fitted out]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of fit out. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fitted out" in a sentence
  • "Cousin Ann had much finer furniture, but Mistress Annemarie had much finer taste; the room was tidy, smelled of lavender rather than sweaty clothes, and was delicately fitted out in purest white."
  • "Patiently again, Koogle explained that Yahoo! had indeed noticed the trend, and that in fact it was ahead of the crowd: It was getting a lot of traffic that originated from workplaces, which are already fitted out with “fat pipes”—the high-capacity connections that can transmit broadband signals."
  • "Ptolemy Alexander Helios was fitted out in the garb of a king of Parthia—tiara, rings of gold around the neck, frilly, jeweled blouse and skirt."