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Word List 49 Velocity - Vogue

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Velocity   n. speed  
Venal   adj. capable of being bribed  
Vendetta   n. blood feud  
Vendor   n. seller  
Veneer   n. thin layer; cover  
Venerable   adj. deserving high respect  
Venerate   v. revere  
Venial   adj. forgivable; trivial  
Venison   n. meat of a dear  
Venom   n. poison; hatred  
Vent   n. small opening; outlet  
Ventral   adj. abdominal  
Ventriloquist   n. someone who can make his or her voice seem to come from another person of thing  
Venture   v. risk; dare; undertake a risk  
Venturesome   adj. bold  
Venue   n. location  
Veracious   adj. truthful  
Veracity   n .truthfulness  
Verbalize   v. put into words  
Verbatim   adv. word for word  
Verbiage   n. pompous array of words  
Verbose   adj. wordy  
Verdant   adj. green; lush in vegetation  
Verdigris   n. green coating on copper that has be exposed to the weather  
Verge   n. border; edge  
Verisimilar   adj. probable or likely; having the appearance of truth  
Verisimilitude   n. appearance of truth; likelihood  
Veritable   adj. actual; being truly so; not false or imaginary  
Verity   n. quality of being true; lasting truth or principle  
Vernacular   n. living language; natural style  
Vernal   adj. pertaining to spring  
Versatile   adj. having many talents; capable of working in many fields  
Vertex   n. summit  
Vertigo   n. sever dizziness  
Verve   n. enthusiasm; liveliness  
Vestige   n. trace; remains  
Vex   n. annoy; distress  
Viable   adj. practical or workable; capable of maintaining life  
Viand   n. food  
Vicarious   adj. acting as a substitute; done by a deputy  
Vicissitude   n. change of fortune  
Victuals   n. food  
Vie   v. contend; compete  
Vigilant   adj. watchfully awake; alert to spot danger  
Vigor   n. active strength  
Vignette   n. picture; short literary sketch  
Vilify   v. slander  
Vindicate   v. clear from blame; exonerate; justify or support  
Vintner   n. winemaker; seller of wine  
Viper   n. poisonous snake  
Virile   adj. manly  
Virtual   adj. in essence; for practical purposes  
Virtue   n. goodness; moral excellence; good quality  
Virtuoso   n. highly skilled artist  
Virulent   adj. extremely poisonous; hostile; bitter  
Virus   n. disease communicator  
Visage   n. face; appearance  
Visceral   adj. felt in one’s inner organs  
Viscid   adj. adhesive; gluey  
Viscous   adj. sticky; gluey  
Vise   n. tool for holding work in place  
Visionary   adj. produced by imagination; fanciful; mystical  
Vital   adj. vibrant and lively; critical; living; breathing  
Vitiate   v. spoil the effect of; make inoperative  
Vitreous   adj. pertaining to or resembling glass  
Vitriolic   adj. corrosive; sarcastic  
Vituperative   adj. abusive; scolding  
Vivacious   adj. lively or animated; sprightly  
Vivisection   n. act of dissecting living animals  
Vixen   n. female fox; ill-tempered woman  
Vociferous   adj. clamorous; noisy  
Vogue   n. popular fashion  


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