- charming; captivating.
Origin of fetching
Examples from the Web for fetchingly
Contemporary Examples of fetchingly
Where was the pink sweatsuit so fetchingly caught on camera in the Juneau Costco just months before?Time to End Pantsuit-Gate
November 15, 2009
Historical Examples of fetchingly
He hurried back to headquarters at once, and there Gizzard found him a few minutes later, most fetchingly attired.Sube Cane
Edward Bellamy Partridge
Then Nancy said anxiously: “We ought to start and dress most fetchingly for tonight, if everyone you know is coming out.”Polly's Business Venture
Lillian Elizabeth Roy
With apparent solicitude he escorted the Klondike person, fetchingly gowned in a street costume of the latest mode.Ruggles of Red Gap
Harry Leon Wilson
- attractively befittinga fetching hat
- charminga fetching personality
1580s, "crafty, scheming," present participle adjective from fetch. The sense of "alluring, fascinating" is by 1880.