fetching [ fech-ing ]
1. charming; captivating.
OTHER WORDS FROM FETCHING
WORDS RELATED TO FETCHING
enchanting, enticing, intriguing, fascinating, taking, charming, luring, tempting, pleasing, captivating, beautiful, cute, sweet, winsome
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Origin: First recorded in 1875–80; fetch + -ing
HOW TO USE FETCHING IN A SENTENCE
In this world, once-proud physicians are over-prescribing and over-ordering, grinning and pretending, stepping and fetching.
YOU CAN'T YELP YOUR DOCTOR|DANIELA DRAKE|MAY 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He changed his name to Ronnie Rocket, becomes a bona fide rock star, and attracts a fetching tap-dancer, Electra-Cute.
DOOMED PASSION PROJECTS OF HOLLYWOOD: THE LOST CLASSICS OF STANLEY KUBRICK, ALFRED HITCHCOCK, AND MORE|MARLOW STERN|MARCH 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was surrounded by friends and family, and women—one was fetching him a piece of cake.
THE STACKS: THE TRUE GREATNESS OF MUHAMMAD ALI|PETER RICHMOND|FEBRUARY 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fetching, gracious, ladylike, she has devoted her adult life to taking care of Mitt and the boys.
WHEN GOOD WIVES ATTACK: ANN ROMNEY’S TRICKY DEFENSE OF MITT|MICHELLE COTTLE|SEPTEMBER 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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