Fetching Sentence Examples
She gave him her most fetching smile and stepped out of the hallway.
Fetching water clear and sweet, Stop, dear maiden, I entreat--
He stepped around her, smiling down at her in a fetching kind of way.
Fear not, because this chic, effective and supremely portable BBQ is powder-coated in fetching pastel shades.
Increasingly junior doctors are not expected to do routine phlebotomy or administrative tasks such as finding beds, fetching radiographs and filing routine results.Advertisement
Mine is a rather fetching shade of Mr. Blobby - pink!
The regulations provide that if there is a greater weight of correspondence (including bookpackets) than 13/4 lb for any individual by any one delivery, notice shall be given him that it is lying at the post office, he being then obliged to arrange for fetching it.
The seat of my pants, slightly damp from the water fetching episode, had frozen to its surface.
He is also the owner of a Caterham Seven in a rather fetching color of purple!
Argentina receives only $ 8 for each barrel of oil now fetching over $ 70 on the world market.Advertisement
Sporting some dodgy old mullets and wearing some truly hideous skinny ties and fetching shirts these guys were the REAL DEAL!
Try to see the Changing of the Guard; the guardsmen sport a fetching red uniform and wraparound skirt.
No matter which length you choose, boy shorts are designed to look fetching and quite sexy.
Those that were rescued by intrepid fans now have the distinction of fetching some of the highest prices on the market, reflecting the earlier eras' flirtation with pop culture and fine art.
I didn't think anyone had drunk *too* much until Steve's mom came down from the bathroom wearing this very fetching Chinese headdress!Advertisement
No problem said the janitor proudly fetching his tiny terrier into the studio.
Raymond looks quite fetching in what I always think of as being the Sophie Rhys Jones - tall and brown and quite stately.
The Gems sides are white doo wop, released on Old Town subsidiary Win, and currently fetching $ 300 for an original copy.
Some of these act as agents, fetching pages from remote services and rewriting the URLs to appear local.
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So, call it what you will Rachel Zoe, you're still fetching and serving up clothing and accessories for celebrities who simply do not have the time to do it themselves.
Nevertheless, when it comes to a crisp and intellectual appeal, nothing completes an outfit like a fetching sweater vest.
Color combinations of purple/gold, aqua/black and cream/black/gold are all available in fetching animal prints that go beyond the ordinary.
This is a blue, multi- floral print one piece swimsuit that features fetching "X" back shoulder straps, a rouche-trimmed waist and fun side-tie details at each leg opening.
The Funky boutique also features a fetching stars and strip look.Advertisement
They were one of the hottest toys of 2009, flying off the shelves and fetching high prices in online marketplaces.
Dogpile first appeared on the electronic scene in 1996, led by its fun-loving mascot Arfie, an indiscriminate breed of dog that is responsible for fetching users' search results.
Fetching from $350 to $5000 per pair, custom shoes are certainly an investment.
Other heeled offerings include the black patent leather Symphony and the fetching faux-snakeskin Transform.
These vary by the animal with some, like a giraffe, commanding trophy fees of over $3000.00, and others like the jackal fetching a mere $60.00.
So now that you know when you'll look especially fetching in a pair of black nylons, when should you not wear them?
The tank top is done in a fetching fuchsia hue, while the pant is done in various shades of white, grey and black.
For your $28.00, you also get a fetching, red, tagless contrasting waistband.
The Be Good Tanya bring fetching pop harmonies to traditional country themes in a way that is utterly new and exciting, yet as old as the hills at the same time.
Your party time shouldn't be taken up by cleaning, fetching things from the kitchen or missing the countdown.
Diddy has received a lot of negative press as a result of the musicians and rappers who auditioned being asked to do many tasks that wouldn't normally be required of a musical act, like fetching Diddy's dry cleaning or picking up his lunch.
The mind skills include far-seeing, fetching (making far-off things appear), far-speaking (broadcast telepathy) and so on.
But Matarigvan was feigned to have brought Agni, fire, and "the fetching of the god was designated by the same verb mathnami as the proper earthly boring" of the firestick.
Scotch salmon at Billingsgate was then fetching 2s 6d [15p in decimal coinage] a pound wholesale.
Then fetching a deep sigh from the bottom of his heart, " Alas!
Tikhon, who at first did rough work, laying campfires, fetching water, flaying dead horses, and so on, soon showed a great liking and aptitude for partisan warfare.
The overall ensemble is quite fetching and feminine in appearance.
Birthstones look particularly fetching when set into a pendant.
Close in-breeding without the infusion of new blood is probably the cause of the decrease in their numbers at the present day, specimens being more difficult to procure and fetching much higher prices than they did formerly, at least in England and in France.
Raymond Wellsted (Travels to the City of the Caliphs, p. 173, Lond., 1840) distinguishes two kinds of frankincense - " Meaty," selling at $4 per cwt., and an inferior article fetching 20% less.
The price of weapons, of gold, of carts and horses, kept rising, but the value of paper money and city articles kept falling, so that by midday there were instances of carters removing valuable goods, such as cloth, and receiving in payment a half of what they carted, while peasant horses were fetching five hundred rubles each, and furniture, mirrors, and bronzes were being given away for nothing.
In the case of some of these legends - as those of Sunah-Sepha, and the fetching of Soma from heaven - we can even see how they have grown out of germs contained in some of the Vedic hymns.