What is the correct spelling for VEACH?
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Correct spellings for VEACH
- bach His praise therefore was particularly flattering to Bach.
- beach They were in a dreadful consternation, and after we fired again among the amazed wretches, I made directly towards the poor victim who was lying upon the beach.
- beech We had just emerged from a stretch of road lined as far as the eye could see on either side with ash, hemlock, birch, beech, and balsam fir.
- coach As he had expected, the stage-coach to Etchezar had left two hours ago.
- each We understand each other-Lilly.
- etch There were nights when Julie Breton sat with her brother and Jules, or McCain, stark fear in their hearts that the sun would never again lift above the Whale River hills for Jean Marcel, never again his daring paddle flash in sunlit white-water, or his snow-shoes etch their webbed trail on the white floor of the silent places.
- fetch If you know what's good for you, you fetch 'er home."
- ketch Happily at Bridlington there also lived two kind women, who, hearing that the ketch had a 'pressed Quaker' on board, sent Richard Sellar a present of food-green stuff and eatables that would keep well on a voyage: these provisions saved his life later on.
- leach The partridges and the pheasants thrived, and so did Mr. Oliver Leach.
- leash Frail bonds, these, to hold in leash a warm-blooded youth!
- leech Keene's pen brought immense artistic prestige to Punch, but its social prestige it owes to du Maurier more than to anyone; we only become aware that Leech had begun a tradition in its pages by its supreme fulfilment in du Maurier's art.
- peachy The Hawthornden is a resolute looking fellow, but it indulges in the loveliest pink and white blossoms, and waxen, delicate, peachy fruit.
- vetch We there found a native wheat, a beautiful oat, and a rye, as well as a variety of grasses; and in hollows on the plains a blue or purple vetch not unusual on the sand ridges, of which the cattle were very fond.
- vichy The letters describing the engagement of La Grande Mademoiselle to Lauzun, the death of Vatel, the trial of Fouquet, the Vichy sojourn, the meeting of the states of Britanny, and many others, are not to be surpassed in this respect.
- wench Yes, I did, though it did seem cruel hard for a young wench to have that story from a beard.