fetcher

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From Middle English fecchere, equivalent to fetch +‎ -er.

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fetcher (plural fetchers)

  1. A person or thing that fetches something
    • 2001, William Hairston, Passion and Politics
      More and more people agreed to help with the mailings, the hand-distribution of flyers, and telephonings. Others agreed to be gofers and fetchers.

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