verb (used with object)
Origin of filch
Related formsfilch·er, nounfilch·ing·ly, adverbun·filched, adjective
Examples from the Web for filcher
He ne'er by any luck was grieved,By any care perplexed— No filcher he, though when he preached,He always "took" a text.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
And when he had been told it, he turned to Mr. Filcher and asked him, "What the doose he meant by not waiting on his master?"
Mr. Filcher thoroughly understood the science of "flooring" a freshman.
By the time Mr. Smalls had re-appeared with the kettle, Mr. Filcher had thought it prudent to answer his master's summons.
He hired a stable a short distance from his lodgings, and engaged a man named Filcher as groom.Black Beauty|Anna Sewell