fletch definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather (an arrow).
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
  • noun:
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, regularly stabilise the arrow during trip.
    • a big boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the rear of an arrow, used to stabilise the arrow during trip.
    • a sizable boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the rear of an arrow, regularly stabilise the arrow during journey.
    • A large boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the rear of an arrow, familiar with stabilise the arrow during journey.
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, familiar with stabilise the arrow during flight.
    • a sizable boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, regularly stabilise the arrow during journey.
    • a sizable boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, regularly stabilise the arrow during flight.
    • a big boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • a big boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the rear of an arrow, accustomed stabilise the arrow during trip.
    • A large boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, regularly stabilise the arrow during flight.
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, used to stabilise the arrow during flight.
    • The vane toward the back of an arrow, always stabilise the arrow during flight.
    • A large boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • a big boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
    • A large boneless fillet of halibut, swordfish or tuna.
  • verb:
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
  • others:
    • to offer way; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To reduce, as seafood, in pieces, free from bone tissue, so that you can prepare it for drying and smoking: mainly before participle: as, fletched halibut.
    • To give means; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To cut, as seafood, in pieces, away from bone, in order to prepare it for drying out and smoking: chiefly previously participle: as, fletched halibut.
    • To give means; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To reduce, as seafood, in strips, away from bone, to be able to prepare it for drying and smoking: chiefly previously participle: as, fletched halibut.
    • to provide way; yield; flinch.
    • To give means; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • to provide means; yield; flinch.
    • To cut, as fish, in strips, free from bone, in order to prepare it for drying and smoking: mainly in past times participle: since, fletched halibut.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To cut, as seafood, in strips, free from bone tissue, so that you can prepare it for drying out and smoking: mainly in the past participle: as, fletched halibut.
    • To cut, as fish, in strips, free from bone, to prepare it for drying and smoking: mainly before participle: since, fletched halibut.
    • to offer means; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To cut, as fish, in strips, away from bone tissue, to prepare it for drying and smoking: chiefly previously participle: as, fletched halibut.
    • to offer method; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To reduce, as fish, in strips, free from bone tissue, being prepare it for drying out and smoking: mainly previously participle: since, fletched halibut.
    • To give way; yield; flinch.
    • to offer method; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To cut, as fish, in strips, away from bone tissue, so that you can prepare it for drying out and smoking: mainly in past times participle: because, fletched halibut.
    • To reduce, as fish, in pieces, free from bone, so that you can prepare it for drying and smoking: chiefly before participle: as, fletched halibut.
    • to provide method; yield; flinch.
    • To feather, as an arrow.
    • To cut, as fish, in pieces, clear of bone tissue, so that you can prepare it for drying out and smoking: mainly in the past participle: as, fletched halibut.

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