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attaching fins, such as halved-feathers to a projectile in order to stabilize its flight;
the fins or feathers so attached.
Fletching is the aerodynamic stabilization of arrows or darts with materials such as feathers, each piece of which is referred to as a fletch. The word is related to the French word flèche, meaning "arrow," via Old French; the ultimate root is Frankish fliukka. A fletcher is a maker of arrows.
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