Paul MacCready once said, Your grandchildren will likely find it incredible - or even sinful - that you burned up a gallon of gasoline to fetch a pack of cigarettes! The scorching backfoot cover-drive and the pick-up stroke on the on-side have fetched him runs in plenty. Mars certainly has your brain percolating with wild ideas and far-fetched fancies, but isn't it weird how nobody wants to know about anything out of the ordinary right now? After all my waiting and watching I never saw the ship that fetched my velocipede. Paul and friends, while supping pints, latched on to the far-fetched idea of representing their country at a sport. A succession of European and American drifters fetched up on the shores, followed in the 1810s and 1820s by forceful Congregational missionaries from New England. Finally, they fetched us from the room and brought us down through the kitchen to the banquet hall. This old table should fetch a good price at auction. Show More Sentences He fetched the Sacred Book, a volume richly bound and gilt-edged.
I fetched the bag, which smelt of diesel fumes and coconut creams, and quickly looked inside. At a rare soft moment in his life, H. I had soon fetched a cool basin of water and knelt by his bed, carefully wiping him down with a washcloth. Jode's voice was almost threatening, and he fetched one corroborator after another. But, in the case of the border kids, it turns out that those worries about diseases were not so far-fetched after all.
As good a seaman as he was would have fetched port afore this if he was atop of water. Court reporter Lori Sosnoski carried her stenotype machine up the stairs, set it on its tripod and fetched a nearby chair to set up shop in a corner near the judge. The idea that a synthespian might some day win an Oscar is not far-fetched. You must be able to film during certain weekends, school breaks, and weekends in the summer. This is the first callback.
Next she fetched the large stone mortar where it hunkered down all lurksome in Darkhouse. I pitched it pretty middlin' high, I fetched a lusty tone, But oh, alas! A fetch is commonly said to haunt the dying person to death. Lane fetched the stiffener in a soda-water bottle, and it cleared the legal atmosphere. Its just that at the time it seemed so far-fetched and unbelievable. I find that the opposition to this bill is far-fetched, to the point of being ridiculous.
. Show More Sentences So he flew off and fetched another acorn and dropped it in, and tried to flirt his eye to the hole quick enough to see what become of it, but he was too late. But the explanation of the yod is to be fetched from Eccles. A fetch in Irish legend is the apparition of someones shadow seen not accompanying the shadow's owner think Peter Pan. You must be able to film during certain weekends, school breaks, and weekends in the summer.
Show More Sentences Burglars also discovered prestige cars fetched a better price than televisions, videos or hi-fis. In the former Soviet Union, the fur of a forest wildcat usually fetched 50 kopecks, while that of a steppe wildcat fetched 60 kopecks. She could also be a witty verbalizer and inventor of far-fetched movement riddles. He fetched it and passed it to David, who poised the tip above the sticking plaster. Lastly she watered the office plants and fetched her coworker a fresh cup of decaf coffee.
They collected wood and built back the fire and they fetched rocks to make a trivet and there they set the bucket to boil. Books will be fetched by Library staff from the stacks downstairs, where the collection will be housed in suitable conditions of security, temperature and humidity. Yet even at their most far-fetched offerings, the band's only elicited a mere chuckle and slap on the wrist from critics. The prince went into the house and the piebald fetched the devil. The fourth time she broke the surface she fetched up sharp against something, and was hauled bodily out of the stream. The Ambassador, indeed, had been fetched away by her urgent message from the reception rooms, where his wife was entertaining a stream of callers. Initially, the umbilical cord was caught around her neck so while she untangled her new daughter he fetched clean towels and helped to clean her.
Why, she untied the raven and confiscated him by force and fetched him home, and left the doughnuts and things on the ground. Staff fetched requested products from the stock room and the store was clean and uncrowded despite some restocking going on. The dog-collar seller tips his billycock and disappears, but his luckless companion, having fetched a small black object out of his knapsack, lingers. Who knows, but what they propose is not as far-fetched as it sounds. It is pressed deep inside, then more is fetched to mash on top. From a drawer in the oak sideboard he fetched another crucifix on a heavy chain and a pair of thick bracelets.