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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 ?
Niggers, you know, that's fetched up properly, ha'n't no kind of 'spectations of no kind; so all these things comes easier.
So he flew off and fetched another acorn and dropped it in, and tried to flirt his eye to the hole quick enough to see what become of it, but he was too late.
By and by they fetched the niggers in and had prayers, and then everybody was off to bed.
At the appointed hour the genie fetched in the shivering bridegroom, laid him in his place, and transported the bed back to the palace.
The Sultan had his own fetched, which they soon used, but to no purpose, for in a month's time the work was not half done.
Aladdin went back to the princess, saying his head ached, and requesting that the holy Fatima should be fetched to lay her hands on it.
At the very outset, however, he seemed to master the bowling, and soon fetched about ten runs in a classic manner.
The two spears ultimately fetched him five shillings each from the tourists at Port Moresby.
You raised her from the dead when you fetched the chair and the screen.
Him that drew to choose first went away by himself to the hut where the poor naked creatures were, and fetched out her he chose; and it was worth observing, that he that chose first took her that was reckoned the homeliest and oldest of the five, which made mirth enough amongst the rest; and even the Spaniards laughed at it; but the fellow considered better than any of them, that it was application and business they were to expect assistance in, as much as in anything else; and she proved the best wife of all the parcel.
When the poor women saw themselves set in a row thus, and fetched out one by one, the terrors of their condition returned upon them again, and they firmly believed they were now going to be devoured.
But as for the husbands of the three wives, they loitered about, fetched turtles' eggs, and caught fish and birds: in a word, anything but labour; and they fared accordingly.
The posters, which depicted views including Beaumaris and Llandudno, fetched hundreds of pounds when they went under the hammer at GW Railwayana
The price, which includes the buyer's premium of 15%, was the highest fetched in the 88-lot sale of Ms Halliwell's Spice Girl wardrobe, the proceeds of which will go to the Sergeant Cancer Care for Children charity.
Summary: One of Margaret Thatcher's handbags fetched Au25,000 in an auction by Lord Archer.