Timid old country body that he was, he could not "fecht it oot" with the thieves and beggars and drunkards of the Cowgate.
And what for did he no fecht him, the way folk fecht in books?
Indeed, John Graham, hursel will fecht ye first—you and a' your troop.
A' hed tae borrow the money through the lawyer, ye ken, an' it wes a fecht payin' it wi' interest.
The fighting in the other part of the Vosges had to do principally with the valley of the fecht.
Luve roosed me tae wark an' fecht, wha micht hae been a ne'er-dae-weel.
Annandale for the hunt, Nithsdale for the market, and Gallowa' for the fecht!
"Its in vain to fecht wi' him," whispered Carey into the ear of John Monilaws.
I'm tauld they hae gran' principles in the auld settlements, an' fecht ane anither first-rate every election.
All grim and grey, and waste, and dourness and dool; like the army as it returns frae the fecht.