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- adj. Alternative form of fitché.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fitché.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as fitché.
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"The name of this pie is said to have come from the fact that it was originally 'fitched' or five-sided in shape."
Far fitched, just wait that will be the next grab at your wallet.
Far fitched , just wait that will be the next grab at your wallet.
I wonder how I was iver fool enough to have fitched her down here!
We cowld a fitched a pair from the Fort wid all the aize in the wurld. "
Fitchée_” (or _fitched_), a “_Cross Patée Fitchée_,” &c., -- a Cross, that is, “_fixable_” in the ground; No. 110 is an example of a Cross _Botonée