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fit the bill

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  1. fit the bill, fill the billverb

    be what is needed or be good enough for what is required

    "Does this restaurant fit the bill for the celebration?"

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of fit the bill in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of fit the bill in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of fit the bill in a Sentence

  1. Arthur Lavin:

    If you're going to have a make-believe world, which fits into this very powerful sense of developing a sense of self, dinosaurs really fit the bill.

  2. Charlie Hall:

    People tend to be compassionate in the presence of live plants in the house, and of course Christmas trees fit the bill.

  3. Mark Shaw:

    Libya is a smuggler's paradise and the inflatable boats fit the bill for a cheap, disposable craft, for people on the inflatable boat side of it, it's a no-brainer to move them in there. To bring in a container of them in would not be particularly hard.

  4. Lee Zeldin:

    We want to build a stronger alliance between our countries, but it doesn't have to be the Adak. We have several other 110-foot cutters that will fit the bill and we can follow through with our promise, i sure hope the administration does the right thing.

  5. Jeffrey Engel:

    FDR did have a right-hand do-it-all hard-jobs man : Harry Hopkins. But Harry Hopkins was a social worker by training, so Harry Hopkins would fit the bill, of a' fixer' if you will, but he was no lawyer.

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