Fetching [adjective]

Definition of Fetching:

alluring, attractive

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Sentence/Example of Fetching:

Anyway there was a lot of embroidery on it, full of little holes, which somehow contrived to be extraordinarily fetching.

The fancy costumes and the funny masks the girls and boys wore certainly were “fetching.”

Ever see anything more fetching than those great Irish eyes in a regular little Dago mug?

Fetching pen and paper, the blacksmith made a rapid computation of what would be due Oliver at any time within the next month.

And there need never be any difficulty about sending you all three to school and fetching you, even when it is not holiday time.

And you can't get away with that tooth without fetching the whole harrow along, can you?

THEY was fetching a very nice-looking old gentleman along, and a nice-looking younger one, with his right arm in a sling.

She had a certain coquetry of her own, using the usual methods with an individuality that was certainly fetching.

While this was fetching, the butcher knelt and lifted him against his knee.

Lina saw this and said, 'Listen, old Sanna, why are you fetching so much water?'