Some articles on fetch:
... upon him to wait until Agamemnon is obliged to fetch her in person and is pierced by the extreme suffering of his wife and daughter ... Agamemnon's resolve to sacrifice Iphigénie however, instead of ordering the guards to fetch her, he finally decides to save her, but solely so he can choose another husband for her and thus humiliate ... Arcas comes to fetch her on behalf of Achille, who with his soldiers has interrupted the sacrifice but then Ulysse arrives to reassure Clytemnestre ...
More definitions of "fetch":
- (verb): Take away or remove.
Example: "The devil will fetch you!"
Famous quotes containing the word fetch:
“Im going out to fetch the little calf
Thats standing by the mother. Its so young,
It totters when she licks it with her tongue.
I shant be gone long.You come too.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“We fetch fire and water, run about all day among the shops and markets, and get our clothes and shoes made and mended, and are the victims of these details, and once in a fortnight we arrive perhaps at a rational moment.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“I have to get your room ready for you: to sweep and dust, to fetch and carry. How could that degrade me if it did not degrade you to have it done for you?”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)