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Synonyms for fetch

Synonyms for fetch

to cause to come along with oneself

to achieve (a certain price)

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Synonyms for fetch

the action of fetching

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be sold for a certain price

take away or remove

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References in classic literature ?
Snell 'ud happen send the boy up to fetch and carry, for there may be things wanted from the doctor's.
They must fetch her away to the workhouse to-morrow.
I have been waiting for 'ee to bide and keep house while I go fetch him.
Her mother's fetching simply meant one more to fetch.
Nay, good master," quoth he, "if thou thinkest the Sheriff gave us not the plate, I will fetch him, that he may tell us with his own lips he giveth it all to us.
cried Robin, "fill our good friend the Sheriff a right brimming cup of sack and fetch it hither, for he is faint and weary.
Suppose 'm you no fetch 'm beer close up, I knock 'm eight bells 'n 'a dog-watch onta you.
Once more forgive me for letting you fetch it for yourself.
I have rudely allowed you to fetch your chair and your screen for yourself," he went on.
It's also true that I was now setting out for this same place, to fetch the girl in to dinner, which brings us round happily to our former point, and starts us fair again on our way to the sands.
You're late for dinner, Rosanna--and I have come to fetch you in.
I wish you would take the trouble to fetch the tin box down.
I've counted it often enough; but I can fetch it, if you won't believe me.
Tulliver liked, in his gloomy life, to fetch the tin box and count the money.
Joseph Kindley, President of Fetch stated, "Wayne Reaves has been helping dealerships with software needs since 1987, and Fetch is excited to be on the Wayne Reaves platform.