[fech-ing] /ˈfɛtʃ ɪŋ/

charming; captivating.
adjective (informal)
attractively befitting: a fetching hat
charming: a fetching personality

1580s, “crafty, scheming,” present participle adjective from fetch. The sense of “alluring, fascinating” is by 1880.


Attractive: afetching appearance (1902+)

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