fit to kill


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fit to kill

Rur. a great deal; to the highest possible degree. We laughed fit to kill when we saw the expression on Jim's face. I had my car gussied up fit to kill.
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fit to kill

Excessively, immoderately, as in She was dressed up fit to kill. [Colloquial; mid-1800s] Also see dressed to kill.
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fit to kill

Slang
To an extreme or elaborate degree: dressed up fit to kill.
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but there's another 30 to 35 percent that ain't fit to kill and I'm going to be there to accommodate them," Commissioner Wayne Garner told lawmakers in his first public address since taking office two weeks ago.
Two minutes home from the land of laid-backness and I am fit to kill.
O'Dwyer was fit to kill me, and as we left the pitch at the end of the game he turned to me and said: 'You'll never make it.