fetch (v.) Old form(s): Fetch'd , fetcht
derive, stem
H5 II.ii.116[King Henry to Scroop, of the way devils work] With patches, colours, and with forms, being fetched / From glistering semblances of piety
R2 I.i.97[Bolingbroke to King Richard] all the treasons ... in this land / Fetch from false Mowbray
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