touched; slightly crazy.
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How to use tetched in a sentence
Don't you let him give you that thar big bun'le; 'caze that's not a thing but seed corn, and he'll be mad ef it's tetched.The Power and the Glory | Grace MacGowan Cooke
Well, next summer ain't tetched yet, an' we may all be in our graves before that time.The Brass Bound Box | Evelyn Raymond
"That little finger there is a trifle tetched, I guess," he said.The Deserter, and Other Stories | Harold Frederic
"Never tetched us," answered Shorty, in perfect reproduction of Mrs. Bolster's accents.Si Klegg, Book 3 (of 6) | John McElroy
I just crope up and retched over and tetched him and he begun to snort and cave round.A Tenderfoot Bride | Clarice E. Richards