fletch definition by Webster's New World
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to fit a feather on (an arrow)
Origin: altered (after fletcher) ; from fledge
fletch definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb fletched, fletch·ing, fletch·es
To feather (an arrow).
Origin: Probably back-formation from fletcher.