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[n] - any of various climbing plants of the genus Vicia having pinnately compound leaves that terminate in tendrils and small variously colored flowers
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Vetch noun [ Also fitch ; Middle English ficche , feche , for veche , Old French veche , vecce , vesche , vesce , French vesce , from Latin vicia .] (Botany) Any legumino...
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<botany> Any leguminous plant of the genus Vicia, some species of which are valuable for fodder. The common species is V. Sativa. ... The name is also applied to many other leguminous plants of different genera; as the chichling vetch, of the genus Lathyrus; the horse vetch, of the genus Hippo...
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noun any of various climbing plants of the genus Vicia having pinnately compound leaves that terminate in tendrils and small variously colored flowers; includes valuable forage and soil-building plants
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• (n.) Any leguminous plant of the genus Vicia, some species of which are valuable for fodder. The common species is V. sativa.
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any herbaceous plant of the genus Vicia, within the pea family (Fabaceae). About 150 species are known. The plants are 30–120 cm (1–4 feet) tall, ...
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vetch, common name for many weak-stemmed, leguminous herbs of the genus Vicia of the family Leguminosae (pulse family). The vetches are chiefly annuals, distributed over temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere and of South America. Most of the species cultivated for food and forage are Old Worl...
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Any of a group of trailing or climbing plants belonging to the pea family, usually having seed pods and purple, yellow, or white flowers, and including the fodder crop alfalfa (Medicago sativa). (Several genera, especially Vicia, family Leguminosae.)
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legumes, planted in the spring planting in the furrow.
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1) Climbing legume 2) Climbing plant 3) Herb used as a cover crop 4) Legume 5) Leguminous plant 6) Puzzlers find it bitter 7) This may be bitter
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