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fletch

 (flĕch)
tr.v. fletched, fletch·ing, fletch·es
To feather (an arrow).

[Probably back-formation from fletcher.]

fletch

(flɛtʃ)
vb
(Archery) another word for fledge2
[C17: probably back formation from fletcher]

fletch

(flɛtʃ)

v.t.
to provide (an arrow) with a feather or feathers.
[1625–35; back formation from fletcher]

fletch


Past participle: fletched
Gerund: fletching

Imperative
fletch
fletch
Present
I fletch
you fletch
he/she/it fletches
we fletch
you fletch
they fletch
Preterite
I fletched
you fletched
he/she/it fletched
we fletched
you fletched
they fletched
Present Continuous
I am fletching
you are fletching
he/she/it is fletching
we are fletching
you are fletching
they are fletching
Present Perfect
I have fletched
you have fletched
he/she/it has fletched
we have fletched
you have fletched
they have fletched
Past Continuous
I was fletching
you were fletching
he/she/it was fletching
we were fletching
you were fletching
they were fletching
Past Perfect
I had fletched
you had fletched
he/she/it had fletched
we had fletched
you had fletched
they had fletched
Future
I will fletch
you will fletch
he/she/it will fletch
we will fletch
you will fletch
they will fletch
Future Perfect
I will have fletched
you will have fletched
he/she/it will have fletched
we will have fletched
you will have fletched
they will have fletched
Future Continuous
I will be fletching
you will be fletching
he/she/it will be fletching
we will be fletching
you will be fletching
they will be fletching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fletching
you have been fletching
he/she/it has been fletching
we have been fletching
you have been fletching
they have been fletching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fletching
you will have been fletching
he/she/it will have been fletching
we will have been fletching
you will have been fletching
they will have been fletching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fletching
you had been fletching
he/she/it had been fletching
we had been fletching
you had been fletching
they had been fletching
Conditional
I would fletch
you would fletch
he/she/it would fletch
we would fletch
you would fletch
they would fletch
Past Conditional
I would have fletched
you would have fletched
he/she/it would have fletched
we would have fletched
you would have fletched
they would have fletched
Translations

fletch

vt arrowbefiedern
References in classic literature ?
"I will go and return quickly," said Sancho; "cheer up that little heart of yours, master mine, for at the present moment you seem to have got one no bigger than a hazel nut; remember what they say, that a stout heart breaks bad luck, and that where there are no fletches there are no pegs; and moreover they say, the hare jumps up where it's not looked for.
Nowadays, before we at SpotHogg fletch any of our arrows, most of us check for their natural spin and fletch them to complement it.
Fletch said: "You've got to come out of the head to head with Russia on top.
CHILDREN and staff at Damson Wood Nursery and Infant School Academy welcomed a very special visitor, Jayne Fletcher-Brander - aka Fletch - to join them for some singing and signing.
Twice divorced and owning more alimony than he has income, Fletch is subversive investigative reporter whose methods are a little unorthodox.
This week's include Men Without Women, in which Fletch (Ronnie Barker) orchestrates the arrival of prisoners' wives, as well as getting a home visit to spend time with his old lady and watch Spurs.
Nigel Norman Fletcher ('Fletch') has been given five years for cyber crimes at HMP Wakeley - a far more modern prison, complete with TVs in the cells and a fancy gym.
Nigel Norman Fletcher ("Fletch") has been given five years for cyber-crimes at HMP Wakeley - a far more modern prison, complete with TVs in the cells and a fancy gym.
But now we're going back inside to spend some time banged up with his grandson, Nigel - also known as 'Fletch'.
"I spoke to the gaffer when he came in and again when Fletch signed for Fand the club.
Poyet said: "I am very pleased for Fletch because I know how hard it was for him to be in the situation where a few weeks ago, I left him out of the squad.
Just weeks after "Uncle" Jesse sped out of the car-park, with the imprint of Selfie's fist still in his face and Zosia's heart-broken wailing ringing in his ears, Guy's latest hiring for AAU is a new nurse who'll be very familiar: it's Adrian "Fletch" Fletcher - who's made the move upstairs from Casualty after his affair with Tess Bateman ended with another of the hospital''s frequent impalings.