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untoward
causing annoyance or hindrance
something about someone that makes people feel like not moving towards him
upbraid
to reproach as deserving blame
something like apraise
vagary
sudden desire or action
even though it seemed like a vague idea
vainglory
excessive pretentious vanity
vapid
having lost sparkling quality and flavor
perfume rapidly lost in a vapour (because it is alcohol based)
vehement
very eager or urgent
venal
mercenary, corrupt
merchant of venice
veneer
outside show or elegance
venial
that may be pardoned or forgiven
denial of Jaeson's judge = venial
veracious
habitually disposed to speak the truth
describes a person who has a voracious appetite to speak the truth
vebiage
use of many words without necessity
verbose
wordy
verdant
green with vegetation
veritable
real, true, genuine
vestige
a visible trace, mark, of something lost or gone
vicissitude
a change, especially a complete change, of condition or circumstances
difficult to happen when you just sit there like an unmoving viscous
virago
loud talkative women of strong stature
virgins of long ago used to always do this like in pride and prejudice