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Validate
verb: to declare or make legally sound; to substantiate; to verify
Venerate
verb: to regard with respect and reverence; to honor
Verbose
adj: wordy; tedious
Viable
adj: able to live or exist; practicable
Vicarious
adj: taking the place of another; experienced through sympathetic participation in the experience of another
Vilify
verb: to defame; to slander; to cause a person to become vile
Vindictive
adj: revengeful; unforgiving; bitter; spiteful
Virtuoso
noun: one interested in the pursuit of knowledge; one with masterly skill or technique in any field, as in the arts
Vitriolic
adj: extremely biting or caustic; sharp and bitter
Volatile
adj: evaporating readily at normal temperatures; changeable; explosive; lighthearted; fleeting
Vacuous
adj: empty; stupid; inane
Vapid
adj: insipid; flat; spiritless; uninteresting
Venal
adj: corrupt; mercenary; willing to do anything for a price
Veracity
noun: truthfulness; honesty; accuracy
Verdant
adj: not ripe in experience or judgment; green
Verisimilitude
adj: looking just like the real thing; appearance of, similarity to truth or reality
Verity
noun: something fundamentally true
Vernacular
noun: language of everyday usage; slang
Vestige
noun: remaining mark, sign, or trace of something
Vex
verb: irritate, harass, trouble, annoy