Other Ways to Say “Fit” (Synonyms)
The adjective “fit” has more than one meaning but in this lesson, we will discuss its meaning as “be in good physical condition”, which is related to fitness. Here are nine synonyms of the adjective “fit”.
Meaning: thin in an attractive way.
Ex: Lucky you! You’re so slim!
Meaning: be thin, healthy and attractive.
Ex: She’s got a trim figure because she works out every day.
AS FIT AS A FIDDLE
Meaning: be in good physical condition.
Ex: My grandpa is 94 and he’s as fit as a fiddle.
Meaning: be attractively thin.
Ex: Emma was pretty, tall and slender.
IN GOOD SHAPE
Meaning: be in good condition.
Ex: Although she didn’t exercise much, she was still in good shape.
Meaning: give a better tone to your muscles by exercising.
Ex: Look at him. He’s really toned up after all that time he spent in the gym.
Meaning: be physically healthy and strong; opposite of disabled.
Ex: Although in her seventies, Sarah was an able-bodied person due to the yoga sessions she practised.
Meaning: be physically healthy and in good condition.
Ex: John has tried to be active and robust all his life.
Meaning: be strong and vigorous.
Ex: Tom was a well-built, sturdy man in his forties.
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