from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The essential oil of the vetiver.

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  • n. The essential oil of the vetiver plant


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

Alteration of vetiver.


  • “Take the lilac and vetivert, cover the red foo dog and only the foo dog, and repeat after me.”

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  • Darbie, the Queen of Google, clicked on my desktop until she found “vetivert.”

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  • I was the one who added the vetivert to the cobbler, and you added the rue to the pie.

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  • In separate bowl, mix apple slices with cinnamon, cloves, almond paste, and vetivert stems.

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  • I pointed on the page to a strange ingredient, aged vetivert stems.

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  • Hannah said, And you think vetivert, rue, and ginseng were all from this island, and that they somehow found their way to our cooking club in the small, East Coast town of Wilmington, Delaware.

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  • Ask your partner to gentle massage your lower back, shoulders and neck with an aromatherapy blend made from three drops of vetivert and three drops of lavender oil in 4 fl oz (100 ml) of a carrier oil.

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  • Hesperides - "Summers golden fruits combine to create a cool fresh fragrance with a hint of vetivert."

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  • Beautifully elegant vetivert and yes, I could detect the resin which Divina speaks of.

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  • N.Y., each with the name of an essential oil - tea tree, tobacco, vetivert, ylang-ylang, to name just a few - and each - Business News


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  • This is the oil derived from the vetiver.

    October 17, 2007

  • Arby, I always thought this was vetiver. Are there varied spellings?

    October 16, 2007