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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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Justin has played with Sam and myself in the Wales Under-20 back row and you could say we're three fetchers, but we've all got something different to our games.
High-flying Frisbee fetchers and canine lawmen, with their state police handlers, showed their skills, and local dogs got to take a crack at an agility obstacle course.
I've watched dogs of a number of breeds that lacked any stylish, eye-catching traits, but were honest-to-God bird finders or flushers or fetchers.
Asda is hoping its teams of food fetchers will prevent tempers flaring at checkouts as shoppers who forget a vital item at the last minute can ask the Go Getters to go and grab it for them.
Rather, the Bharathapuzha is far more complex as viewed by those who are absent in nearly every other chapter but this one--the water fetchers, carriers, and actual users of this precious water source.
At work are 200 cooks with 100 attendants, choppers, fetchers, carriers and washers.
Thus the critics of reparations maintained that since Ham was cursed to serve his brothers forever, it therefore meant that all his off-spring would also be servants (hewers of wood and fetchers of water) to the rest of the world, and then concluded that black enslavement was an act of God and should be accepted by black people in good faith.