A cursory examination of the latter revealed no mortal injuries and after a brief rest he asserted that he felt fit
to attempt the return voyage.
When the lad felt fit
again the two continued their journey toward the coast, and once more the boy's mind was filled with pleasurable anticipation.
Miss Squeers knew this perfectly well, but had perhaps forgotten it, for when she caught sight of that young gentleman advancing towards them, she evinced many symptoms of surprise and consternation, and assured her friend that she 'felt fit
to drop into the earth.'
Earlier this summer, the Sky Blues Academy graduate told the Telegraph he felt fit
and ready start the next chapter of his playing career.
But the PS26,000 I was alluding to in my letter was a working man's wage before tax, and not the amount the incumbent Government has felt fit
to allow those that don't work.
Whether this was meant as any kind of slight on derby rivals Everton - who could assume from his comments that Liverpool talisman Gerrard regards Montenegro as a tougher prospect than their neighbours from across Stanley Park who he felt fit
enough to face - is unclear.
Olympic boxing hero David Price confessed that even he felt fit
to burst reading about my belly-busting daily 5,000 calorie intake, confessing even he struggled to get through six Weetabix in one sitting.
"I always felt fit
and didn't feel there was anything wrong with me.
Newcastle City Council opened Grey's Monument to the public, meaning those who felt fit
enough to climb the 164 steps had a spectacular view of the city from 135ft.
A recent study by Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration found that more than 500 respondents who attended destination spas where the focus was healthy living felt fit
and energetic after their stay.
It's got better and better over the past couple of days and I felt fit
enough to play today."
Nicole Kidman has felt fit
to parade around in a flesh coloured outfit during the photocall for her latest film, Birth, out in November.
"This season I have felt fit
for the majority of the season and hopefully it will be the same next season."
Robinson was badly winded when the ill-fated Coshocton collapsed in the closing stages of Saturday's Derby, but said he felt fit
and well and added: "It was a terrible thing to happen to him, we don't really know yet what the cause was - he was a lovely horse with a lot of ability."
Damian, of Grindleford but who now lives in London, admitted he had only learned to row six months ago but said he felt fit
and ready for action.