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Vacuity
state of being without contents; absence of thought or intelligence
Vagrant
an idle wanderer; a vagabond; a tramp
Vainglorious
boastful; conceited; vain; narcissistic
Vandalism
malicious or ignorant destruction of public or private property
Vanquish
to defeat or conquer (in battle); to subjugate; to overcome
Vehement
acting or moving with great force; fervent; intense; furious
Venal
something that can readily be corrupted or bribed; corruptible
Vendetta
a blood feud for revenge
Venerable
worthy of respect; respected
Vengeful
desiring vengeance; vindictive
Veracious
truthful; honest; accurate
Veracity
honesty; accuracy of statement
Verbosity
wordy; expressed by using many or too many words [verbose]
Verifiable
can be proven to bet true or accurate; genuine; authentic
Vestigial
rudimentary
Vicarious
substitute; taking the place of another; enjoyed
Vicissitude
changes or variations occurring irregularly; fluctuation; oscillation
Vie
to compete; to struggle for superiority
Vigilantly
watchfully staying alert to danger or trouble
Vilification
defamation; usage of abusive or slanderous language
Vindicate
to clear from blame, criticism, suspicion; to defend against opposition
Virtuoso
a person displaying great technical skill, esp. in music
Virtuous
righteous; having moral virtue
Virulent
very harmful (like a virus)
Vitality
power to live or go on living; vigor; energy
Vituperative
abusive; using bitter language
Vivacious
spirited; animated; lively
Vociferous
clamorous; shouting noisily
Volatile
vaporizing or evaporating quickly; unstable; explosive
Wan
sickly; pale; pallid; faint; feeble; weak
Wane
decrease; to grow gradually less in extent; decline
Wary
cautious; on one's guard
Wax
increase; to grow in phase or intensity
Whelp
puppy; the young of any of a variety of animals; a youth or child
Winsome
attractive in appearance, character, manner, etc,; delightful
Witticism
clever remark; pleasantry
Zephyr
a soft, gentle breeze