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fet·tle

(fĕt′l)
n.
1. Proper or sound condition.
2. Mental or emotional state; spirits.
References in classic literature ?
He killed early that evening and ate but little, so as to be in good fettle for his spring running, and he ate alone because all the Jungle People were away singing or fighting.