[ UK /fˈɛt‍ʃɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈfɛtʃɪŋ/ ]
  1. very attractive; capturing interest
    something inexpressibly taking in his manner
    a winning personality
    a fetching new hairstyle
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How To Use fetching In A Sentence

  • A glance at any probate casebook will demonstrate how often solicitous distant relatives, keen to do fetching and carrying as well as to sort out troublesome financial affairs, show up in the declining years of lonely old people.
  • Your nerdiness is my favorite of your many fetching qualities. (Inside A Black Apple)
  • Can you imagine a moggie carrying Sunday papers with all those supplements, or fetching letters without scratching them to shreds?
  • Jill plays his fetching daughter in charge of passing the collection plate.
  • The first semi-final round will have the debonair Tony O'Neill, representing 3: AM Magazine, facing off against the fetching Maureen Tkacik (pronounced "Tay-sick," the announcer is told), representing The Crier or something. July 2007
  • Speaking in an interview in Lusaka yesterday, she said Zambian gemstones were fetching five dollars per carat, equivalent of five grammes, on the West African market.
  • Not so long ago, all six would have been busy at this hour fetching water from distant wells and lugging it back to the small subsistence farms, known as shambas, that dot rural western Kenya.
  • Features: Wears fetching grey jumpsuit. Times, Sunday Times
  • She made a moue that must have been quite fetching thirty or forty years ago.
  • I crossed the hall and went into the den, fetching an old-fashioned glass and the bottle of Cutty Sark.
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