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  • verb Present participle of fet.

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Examples

  • They were fetting it up with the rest of their limousine lib snobs in self-congratulation parties where the only rule was that the more offensive and daring you were, the better youwere.

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  • They were fetting it up with the rest of their limousine lib snobs in self-congratulation parties where the only rule was that the more offensive and daring you were, the better youwere.

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  • We're fetting 4 stories or chapters of stories clocking in at 8 pages each once a month.

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  • Here we found the flood fetting eafl: - by-north, and the ebb wefl: - by-fouth; there were flioals and fmall iflands between us and the main, which caufed the tide to fet very incondantly, and make many whirl - ings in the water j yet \ye did not find the tide to fet ftrong any way, nor the water to rife much.

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  • Being at the north eaft point, we found a ftrong current fetting to the north-weft, fo that though we had fteered to keep under the high ifland, yet we were driven towards the flat one.

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  • We found a pretty ftrong tide here, the flood fetting to the fouthward, and the

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  • Captain Cook alfo fent another trading party on fhore near the fhips, with which he went himfelf, to fee that it was properly conduced at the firft fetting out, a very neceffary point to be attended to.

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  • But this being at beft but a probable cpnjefiure, I ihall iniift no farther upon It. The 14th we paffed by Scouten's Ifland, and Providence Ifland, and found ftill a very ftrong current fetting to the north-weft.

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  • The 18th, by my bbfervation at noon, we found that we had had a current fetting to the fouthward, and probably that drew us in fo nigh Scouten's Ifland.

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  • We were obliged to fail along clofe by the bays; and feeing multitudes fetting imder the trees, I ordered a third gun to be fired among the cocoa-nut-trees to fcare them; for my bufinefs being to wood and water, I thought it neceffary to ftrike fome terror into the inhabitants, who were very numerous, and (by what I faw now, and had formerly ex - perienced) treacherous.

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