Quotes with fits
What religion needs today is not more flying with God, or leaping with God, or jumping up and down with God, or going into spasms and convulsions and epileptic fits with God. What religion needs today is more walking with God.
We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality.
On Moore’s Life of Lord Byron. 1830.
We believe elegance can be casual. We believe gracefulness can be compatible with fits of laughter. We believe in living a colorful life.
One of them [cats] likes to be crammed into a corner-pocket of the billiard table -- which he fits as snugly as does a finger in a glove and then he watches the game (and obstructs it) by the hour, and spoils many a shot by putting out his paw and changing the direction of a passing ball.
Letter to Mable Larkin Patterson, 2 October 1908