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velocity.noun,.plural.velocities
speed

violet.noun,.plural.violets
a color, being the hue of the short wave end of the visible spectrum, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 380 to 420 nanometers; any of various low-growing herbs of the genus Viola, having short-spurred, irregular flowers that are characteristically purplish-blue but sometimes yellow or white; any of several similar plants, such as the African violet 

vociferous.adjective
making, given to or marked by noisy and vehement outcry
vociferously.adverb
vociferousness.noun
synonyms.blatant, boisterous, strident, clamorous

vortices.noun,.plural.of vortex
vortex.noun,.plural.vortexes or vortices
a spiral motion of fluid within a limited area, especially a whirling mass of water or air that sucks everything near it toward its center

venerate, venerated, venerating, venerates.transitive verbs
to regard with respect, reverence or heartfelt deference
venerator.noun
synonyms.revere
veneration.noun
the act of venerating; profound respect or reverence
venerational.adjective
synonym.honor

vary, varied, varying, varies.verbs
transitive verb use.to make or cause changes in the characteristics or attributes of; modify or alter; to give variety to; make diverse.(vary one's diet); to introduce under new aspects; express in a different manner (vary a musical tempo)
intransitive verb use.to undergo or show change (the temperature varied throughout the day); to be different; deviate.(vary from established patterns); differ; to undergo successive or alternate changes in attributes or qualities.(foliage varies with the seasons)
varyingly.adverb

various.adjective
of diverse.kinds.(for various reasons; unlike); miscellaneous; sundry (a purse containing keys, wallet and various items); different; being more than one; several; many sided; versatile.(a person of various skills; having a variegated nature or appearance
variously.adverb
variousness.noun

variation.noun,.plural.variations
the act, process or result of varying; the state or fact of being varied; difference; the extent or degree to which something varies (a variation of ten pounds in weight); something slightly different from another of the same type
variational.adjective

variable.adjective
likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable; inconstant; fickle; tending to deviate, as from a normal or recognized type; aberrant; having no fixed quantitative value
variable.noun,.plural.variables
something that varies or is prone to variation
Mathematics:.a quantity capable of assuming any of a set of values; a symbol representing such a quantity, for example, in the expression a2 + b2 = c2, a, b and c are variables
variably.adverb
variableness.noun

variant.adjective
having or exhibiting variation; differing; tending or liable to vary; variable
variant.noun
something that differs in form only slightly from something else (all cell phones are variants of the original concept)

variance.noun,.plural.variances
the act of varying; the state or quality of being variant or variable; a variation; a difference between what is expected and what actually occurs; the state or fact of differing or of being in conflict; brawling; discord; discrepancy between two statements or documents
at variance.idiom
in a state of discrepancy; differing (facts can be often purposely.interpreted as being at variance with a story)

variety.noun,.plural.varieties
the quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity; a number or collection of varied things, especially of a particular group; an assortment (brought home a variety of snacks)

voluble.adjective
marked by a ready flow of speech; fluent; talkative; verbal diarrhea
volubility or volubleness.noun
volubly.adverb

vestige.noun,.plural.vestiges
a visible trace, evidence or sign of something that once existed but exists or appears no more
vestigial.adjective
of, relating.to.or.constituting a vestige
Biology:.occurring or persisting as a rudimentary or degenerate structure
vestigially.adverb

void.adjective
void applies to what is free from or completely destitute of discernible content (containing no matter); empty; not occupied; unfilled; completely lacking; devoid (void of understanding); empty; ineffective; useless; having no legal force or validity; null (a contract rendered void); a vacuum; a feeling or state of emptiness, loneliness or loss
void, voided, voiding, voids.verbs
transitive use.to take out (the contents of something); empty; to excrete (body wastes); to leave; vacate; to make void or of no validity; invalidate (issued a new passport and voided the old one)
intransitive use.to excrete body waste
voider.noun

vibrant.adjective
pulsing or throbbing with energy or activity (the vibrant streets of a big city); vigorous, lively and vital (a vibrant group that accomplished much in helping the poor); exhibiting or characterized by exciting movement back and forth or to and fro; vibrating (in all he did he loved because he only did what he loved); produced as a result of vibration (her life was filled with enthusiasm for living); resonant or resounding (the speaker's vibrancy had everyone enthused); relatively high on the scale of brightness (a vibrant hue)
vibrancy.or.vibrance.noun
vibrantly.adverb

virulent.adjective
bitterly hostile or antagonistic; hateful (virulent criticism); intensely.irritating, obnoxious or harsh; extremely infectious, malignant or poisonous; used of a pathogen
virulence.or.virulency.noun
virulently.adverb

vow.noun,.plural.vows
an earnest.promise to perform a specified act or behave in a certain manner, especially a solemn promise (take the vows of a nun; if you vow to do something, you make a serious promise or decision that you will do it; the vows of a relationship; the Old Testament Nazarite vow); a declaration or an assertion
vow, vowed, vowing, vows.verbs
transitive verb use.to promise solemnly; pledge; promise
intransitive verb use.to make a vow
vower.noun

vulnerable.adjective
susceptible to bruising
vulnerably.adverb
vulnerability.or.vulnerableness.noun

vapid.adjective
lacking liveliness, animation or interest; dull (vapid conversation); lacking taste, zest or flavor; flat (vapid beer); insipid
vapidly.adverb
vapidity.or.vapidness.noun

vogue.noun
the prevailing fashion, practice or style; popular acceptance or favor; popularity (hoop skirts were once the vogue; nationalization was once in vogue but now hidden under corporate blankets created by governnment so as to appear at arms length from their surreptitious takeovers)
in vogue.adjective
in the current.fashion or style

venture.noun,.plural.ventures
an undertaking that is dangerous, daring or of uncertain outcome; a business enterprise involving some risk in expectation of gain; an adventure
venture, ventured, venturing, ventures.verbs
transitive verb use.to expose to danger or risk (stupidly ventured her entire fortune); to brave the dangers of (ventured the high seas in a small boat on his adventure across the ocean)
intransitive verb use.to take a risk; dare; to proceed.despite possible danger or risk (ventured into the developing fray). venturer.noun,.plural.venturers

valise.noun,.plural.valises
a small piece of hand luggage

venomous.adjective
secreting and transmitting venom (a venomous snake); full of or containing venom; malicious; spiteful (a venomous remark); poisonous
venomously.adverb
venomousness.noun
venom.noun,.plural.venoms
a poisonous secretion of an animal, such as a snake, spider or scorpion, usually transmitted by a bite or sting; a poison; malice; spite

vanish, vanished, vanishing, vanishes.intransitive verbs
to pass out of sight, especially quickly; disappear; to pass out of existence; in mathematics, to become zero; used of a function or variable
vanishingly.adverb
vanishment.noun,.plural.vanishments
vanisher.noun,.plural.vanishers

veneer.noun,.plural.veneers
a thin surface layer, as of finely grained wood, glued to a base of inferior material to make it look like a more expensive item; any of the thin layers glued together to make plywood; a decorative facing, as of brick (the front of the house looked like real brickwork but it was only a veneer); a deceptive, superficial show; a facade (a veneer of wealth)
veneer, veneered, veneering, veneers.transitive verbs
to overlay a surface with a thin layer of a fine or decorative material; to glue together layers of wood to make plywood; to conceal, as something common or crude, with a deceptively attractive outward show
veneerer.noun,.plural.veneerers
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