Origin of vetch
OTHER WORDS FROM vetchvetchlike, adjective
Words nearby vetch
How to use vetch in a sentence
Next, Fieber-Beyer will try growing hairy vetch seeds in that faux asteroid dirt, let the plants decay and then mix the dead plant matter throughout the soil.Astronauts might be able to use asteroid soil to grow crops|Liz Kruesi|July 29, 2022|Science News
"But just look at me for a moment, pet, as you go by," cried the purple vetch by the hedge.Wood Magic|Richard Jefferies
The other name for the Vetch is Tares, which is, no doubt, an old English word that has never been satisfactorily explained.The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare|Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
Think of the divine old man growing a sort of vetch in his garden to cram his pockets with for the deer in Kensington Garden.
Then, glancing toward the door, she asked breathlessly, "Didn't Gideon Vetch come with you?"
It never ceased, this piteous sobbing, until at last the doctor went out, and left Corinna alone with the girl and Gideon Vetch.