verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of vend
Examples from the Web for vended
It is also known under the name of coffee refined, and as such is vended in tin canisters.
The stores are open as usual, the same cries are heard on the streets, and the lottery tickets are vended on every corner.Due South or Cuba Past and Present|Maturin M. Ballou
We do not know for certain, then, that Young Glengarry vended his honour when in London in autumn 1749.Pickle the Spy|Andrew Lang
And then our author goes on to tell us the names of the various streets and rows where such and such wares are vended.Bunyan Characters|Alexander Whyte
Linseed-oil, thus prepared, is vended by dealers in paints, under the name of boiled oil.Popular Technology; Volume 2|Edward Hazen
Word Origin for vend
late 14c., from Latin vendere "to sell, praise," contraction of venumdare "offer for sale," from venum "for sale" (see venal) + dare "to give" (see date (n.1)). Related: Vended; vending. Vending machine is recorded from 1889.