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Definition of Fitché
1. fitchy [adj] - See also: fitchy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fitché
fit the bill
fit to be tied
fitché (current term)
Literary usage of Fitché
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Vestiges of Civilization: Or, The Aetiology of History, Religious by James O'Connell (1851)
"The opposite reveries of Fitche and Shelling are, in fact, cut off at the root by the fundamental and self-evident position of this discussion, namely, ..."
2. An Ordinary of Arms Contained in the Public Register of All Arms and by James Balfour Paul (1893)
"Or, a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. between two crescents in chief gu. and three fusils, 2 and i, in base az., within a bordure indented of the third. ..."
3. Debrett's Baronetage of England: Containing Their Descent and Present State by John Debrett (1815)
"Arms—Party per saltire, argent and sable; in chief and base quartering, a trefoil fitche, gules. AT in*—See plate 31. Smt-^Newland Park, Yorkshire. ..."
4. The Visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven by Thomas Hawley, William Harvey, Robert Cooke, George Owen, Henry Lilly, William Berry, College of Arms (Great Britain) (1878)
"As in the Vis. of 1612, but with a bordure gules. Thomas Fitche of ... Fitche of Brason=T=Joanne da. Roger Stoke of Trent in Somersett. ..."