the European polecat, Mustela putorius.
its fur, often dyed to imitate other furs.
- Also fitch·et [fich-it], /ˈfɪtʃ ɪt/, fitch·ew [fich-oo]. /ˈfɪtʃ u/.
Other definitions for Fitch (2 of 2)
John, 1743–98, U.S. inventor: pioneer in development of the steamboat.
(William) Clyde, 1865–1909, U.S. playwright.
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How to use fitch in a sentence
Moody’s and fitch, the other major credit ratings agencies, felt the Water Authority was still on stable financial ground, but cited similar concerns, including an effort by two of 24 agencies to ditch buying from the Water Authority altogether.Higher Water Costs on the Horizon for San Diego Region | MacKenzie Elmer | September 22, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
First, you could have simulated thousands or even millions of random dog bites, and then counted up how often Fetch and fitch both bit the same color.
I subsequently threw the stick for Fetch and then for fitch, each of whom retrieved the stick by biting a random spot.
The US is far out of kilter with other AAA nations like Germany, Australia, and Norway, according to fitch data on federal debt to gross domestic product.
Depending on how the contest plays out on a state-by-state basis, uncertainty around the winner of the election could conceivably last for “weeks” after the election, fitch analysts said in a note on Monday.A disputed election could cost the U.S. its ‘AAA’ credit rating | reymashayekhi | October 13, 2020 | Fortune
Say what you want about Abercrombie & fitch (A&F), the chain has done something special.
“The pendulum has swung toward hospitals buying up physician practices to get better revenue,” fitch said.
And Abercrombie & fitch is toning down its 'nightclub' vibe.Andre Leon Talley Packs for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Wedding; Gucci's Frida Giannini Denies Leaving the House | The Fashion Beast Team | May 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It's from one of the most expensive stores in Beverly Hills and I want to say it was Abercrombie and fitch.
Maybe it wasn't but I'm going to say it was Abercrombie and fitch.
In the preparation of briefs and in oral arguments before the Supreme Court, fitch was the superior.
Harwood was busy filing papers when Mr. fitch summoned him to his private room on the day indicated.
Dan had carried in an arm load of books which fitch indicated should be arranged, back-up, on the floor beside him.
fitch dropped his feet from the desk, opened a drawer, and drew out a long envelope.
"He isn't, probably," replied fitch, whose eyes were contemplating the cornice of the building across the street.
British Dictionary definitions for fitch
another name for polecat (def. 1)
the fur of the polecat or ferret
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