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via.preposition
by way of (went to Pittsburgh via Philadelphia); by means of (sent the letter via airmail)

vocabulary.noun,.plural.vocabularies
all the words of a language; diction; a list of words and often phrases, usually arranged alphabetically and defined or translated; also known as a lexicon or glossary

viz. abbreviation for videlicet
videlicet.adverb
that is to say; i.e.; namely; in other words; used to introduce examples, lists or items

votary.noun,.plural.votaries
a person who is fervently devoted, as to a leader or an ideal; a faithful follower; a devout-adherent of a cult or religion; a committed worshiper; an enthusiast

viceroy.noun,.plural.viceroys
a man who is the governor of a country, province or colony, ruling as the representative of a sovereign

vigilant.adjective
on the alert; watchful; aware; the word vigilant implies.being on the lookout for what is dangerous or potentially so (a watchful parent with a toddler in tow; keeping a vigilant eye on every building where a fire might start)
vigilantly.adverb

vitality.noun,.plural.vitalities
the capacity to live, grow or develop (plants that lost their vitality when badly pruned); physical or intellectual vigor; energy; vigor; the characteristic, principle or force that distinguishes living things from nonliving things

victor.noun,.plural.victors
one who defeats an adversary; the winner in a fight, battle, contest or struggle
victorious.adjective
being the winner in a contest or struggle (the victorious football team)
victoriously.adverb
victoriousness.noun
victory.noun,.plural.victories
defeat of an opponent; success in a struggle against difficulties or an obstacle; the state of having triumphed

Vespasian (Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus (39-81 A.D.), Roman emperor (79-81), who destroyed Jerusalem and completed the Colosseum. He was born December 30, 39 A.D. in Rome, the elder son of Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus, later Emperor Vespasian. This elder son Titus was Emperor of Rome (60-79 A.D.) and whose reign was marked by the capture of Jerusalem (70 A.D.) and by the construction of the Roman Colosseum. He was born in Sabine Reate, near Rome. His wife was a Judean princess, daughter of Herod Agrippa I. During the middle of the 1st century A.D. he commanded a legion in Germany and in Britain conquered the Isle of Wight. In 66 A.D. he campaigned against the Jews in Judea. Upon being chosen emperor in 69, he left the war in Judea to his son.Titus.and returned to Rome, where he restored the government and the public finances. After the capture and destruction of Jerusalem in 70 by Titus, the world was at peace for nine years. Other important events of Vespasian's reign include the suppression of a formidable revolt (69-70) by the Germanic Batavians under their leader Julius Civilis; conquests in Britain by the Roman general Gnaeus Julius Agricola; the development of a more extensive educational system and the construction of the Colosseum in Rome. His son Titus succeeded him as emperor..comprised with Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

vitriol.noun,.plural.vitriols
a bitterly abusive feeling or expression
vitriol, vitrioled, vitrioling, vitriols.transitive verbs
to expose or subject to vitriol, see sulfuric acid; any of various sulfates of metals, such as ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate or copper sulfate
vitriolic.adjective
of, similar to or derived from a vitriol; bitterly scathing; caustic.(vitriolic criticism)

variegated.adjective
distinguished or characterized by variety; diversified
variegate, variegated, variegating, variegates.transitive verbs
to give variety to; make varied; to change the appearance of, especially by marking with different colors; streak
variegator.noun

vicar.noun,.plural.vicars
one having overseer duties within an area of churches; a superintendent

vent.noun,.plural.vents
a means of escape or release from confinement; an outlet (give vent to one's frustrations); an opening permitting the escape of fumes, a liquid, a gas or steam; to express, to utter, to voice, to air 
vent, vented, venting, vents.transitive verbs
to give often forceful expression or utterance to; to release or discharge (steam, for example) through an opening; to provide with a vent
venter.noun

ventilate, ventilated, ventilating, ventilates.transitive verbs
to admit fresh air into a mine, for example (it's hot, please open the window to provide some ventilation); to replace stale or noxious.air; to circulate.through and freshen (a sea breeze ventilated the rooms); to provide with a vent, as for airing; to expose a substance to the circulation of fresh air (she hung the clothes out on the line so they would dry in fresh air); to expose to discussion or examination (the family held a meeting to ventilate their feelings); to aerate or oxygenate (blood)
ventilation.noun

vexed.adjective
irritated, distressed or annoyed (greatly vexed by their behavior; the vexed parents of an unruly teenager); much discussed or debated (a vexed question)
vex, vexed, vexing, vexes.transitive verbs
to annoy, as with petty.importunities; bother; to cause perplexity in; puzzle; to bring distress or suffering to; plague or afflict; to debate or discuss (a question, for example) at length; to toss about or shake up
vexedly, vexingly.adverbs
vexer.noun,.plural.vexers
vexation.noun,.plural.vexations
the act of annoying, irritating or vexing; the quality or condition of being vexed; annoyance; a source of irritation or annoyance
vexatious.adjective
causing or creating vexation; annoying; full of annoyance or distress; harassed; intended to vex or annoy
vexatiously.adverb
vexatiousness.noun

veranda or verandah.noun,.plural.verandas or verandahs
a porch or balcony, usually roofed and often partly enclosed, extending along the outside of a building

vulgar.adjective
deficient in taste, delicacy or refinement; marked by a lack of good breeding; boorish; offensively excessive in self display or expenditure; ostentatious.(the huge vehicles of the newly rich); coarse; of or associated with the great masses of people; common; spoken by or expressed in language spoken by the common people; vernacular
vulgarly.adverb
vulgarness.noun
vulgarity.noun,.plural.vulgarities
the quality or condition of being vulgar; something, such as an act or expression, that offends good taste or propriety

victim.noun,.plural.victims
one who is harmed or made to suffer from an act, circumstance, agency or condition (victims of pharmaceutical madness supported by corrupt government administrations); a person who is tricked, swindled or taken advantage of
victimhood.noun

victimize, victimized, victimizing, victimizes.transitive verbs
to make a victim of; to subject to swindle or fraud
victimization, victimizer.nouns

verge.noun
the extreme edge or margin
verge, verged, verging, verges.intransitive verbs
to approach the nature or condition of something (on the verge of reaching our goal; her land verges on the neighboring township; brilliance verging on genius)
on the verge.idiom
about to, at the limit, close to, near, near to, near upon, not far from, on the borderline, on the brink, on the edge, verging on, verging upon

violate, violated, violating, violates.transitive verbs
to break or disregard a law or promise, for example; to assault a person sexually; to do harm to property or qualities considered sacred; desecrate or defile; to assault a person sexually; to disturb.rudely or improperly (the cleaners violated the rules of not messing up the computer notes by moving them around the desk); interrupt (violated the quietness of the neighbourhood; violated privacy)
violative.adjective
violation.noun,.plural.violations
the act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated; breach
violator.noun,.plural.violators

vengeful.adjective
desiring vengeance; vindictive; proceeding from a desire for revenge; serving to exact vengeance
vengefully.adverb
vengefulness.noun
vengeance.noun
an attitude of harsh.compensative action toward another for hurt received; infliction of punishment in return for a wrong committed; retribution
with a vengeance.idiom
with great violence or force; to an extreme degree (the monsoon season often brings rain with a vengeance)

verdict.noun,.plural.verdict
an expressed conclusion; a judgment or an opinion (the verdict of history tells the story of man); in law, the finding of a jury in a trial

viscid.adjective.(pronounced vis'id)
thick and adhesive often used of a fluid such as thick oil
viscidity.or.viscidness.noun
viscidly.adverb

viscous.adjective
having relatively high resistance to flow; viscid; thick
viscously.adverb
viscousness.noun

viscosity.noun,.plural.viscosities
the condition or property of being viscous

vitiate, vitiated, vitiating, vitiates.transitive verbs
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; to corrupt morally; debase; to make ineffective; invalidate; corrupt
vitiation, vitiator.nouns

version.noun,.plural.versions
a description or an account from one point of view, especially as opposed to another (versions of accidents are often different); a translation from another language; a translation of the entire Bible or a part of it; a particular form or variation of an earlier or original type (a modern version of the one-room schoolhouse); an adaptation of a work of art or literature into another medium or style (the film version of a famous novel)
versional.adjective
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