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vacillate
to sway; unable to decide; waffle
vacuous
empty; spacious
vagabond
a wanderer
vagary
an odd idea
vagrant
a homeless person; a tramp
vainglorious
boastful
valedictory
saying farewell
valiant
courageous
valid
true; factual; evident
validate
to approve; to confirm
vanguard
in the front
vanity
excessive pride
vapid
uninteresting
variegated
having different colors
vaunt
to brag
veer
to change direction
vegetate
lead an inactive life
vehement
forceful; urgent
venal
corrupt
vendetta
bitter feud
veneer
an outward show or covering
venerable
worthy of respect
venial
excusable
venomous
poisonous or malicious
vent
to release
veracious
honest
verbatim
word for word
verbiage
words
verbose
wordy; talkative
verdant
green
verisimilitude
the appearance of truth
veritable
true; genuine
verity
truth
vernacular
informal language
vernal
pertaining to spring
vertex
highest point
vertiginous
unstable
verve
enthusiasm
vestige
a trace; visible evidence of something that is no longer present
vex
to irritate
viable
capable of living; workable; practicable
viaduct
a bridge
viands
various foods
vicarious
acting for another person
viceroy
a representative or a deputy
vicissitudes
unpredictable changes
victuals
food
vie
to compete
vigilant
watchful
vignette
a short literary work
vilify
to speak evil of
vindicate
to clear of guilt
vindictive
seeking revenge
vintage
representative of the best
viper
a poisonous snake or a spiteful person
virago
a bad-tempered woman
virile
masculine
virtue
moral excellence
virtuoso
an expert musician
virulent
deadly; harmful
visage
appearance
visceral
pertaining to instinct
viscous
sticky
vista
a wide view
vital
necessary; essential
vitreous
clear or glass-like
vitriolic
sharp or bitter
vituperate
criticize
vivify
to enliven
vixen
female fox or bad-tempered woman
vociferous
shouting; talkative
vogue
fashion, (in fashion)
volant
capable of flying
volatile
unstable; explosive; changeable
volition
free will
voluble
talkative
voluminous
large; spacious
voluptuous
sensual
voracious
extremely hungry or greedy
votary
a loyal folower
vouch
to guarantee or certify as true
vulnerable
defenseless; capable of being harmed
vulpine
clever