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fetching (adj.)

1580s, "crafty, scheming," present-participle adjective from fetch (v.), in one of its extended senses, here "bring or draw into a desired relation or condition." The sense of "alluring, fascinating" is by 1880, from the verb in the sense "allure, attract, fascinate" (c. 1600). Related: Fetchingly.

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Definitions of fetching

fetching (adj.)
very attractive; capturing interest;
a fetching new hairstyle
Synonyms: taking / winning
From wordnet.princeton.edu

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