conceited valedictory pertaining to farewell valid logically convincing sound

Conceited valedictory pertaining to farewell valid

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conceited valedictory :: pertaining to farewell valid :: logically convincing; sound; legally acceptable validate :: confirm; ratify valor :: bravery vampire :: ghostly being that sucks the blood of the living vanguard :: forerunners; advance forces vantage :: position giving an advantage vapid :: dull and unimaginative; insipid and flavorless vaporize :: turn into vapor (steam, gas, fog, etc.) variegated :: many-colored vassal :: humble dependent; (hist.) holder of land by feudal tenure vaunted :: boasted; bragged; highly publicized veer :: change in direction vegetate :: live in a monotonous way; 2) to grow as plants vehement :: forceful; intensely emotional; with marked vigor 49 wordlistvelocity :: speed venal :: capable of being bribed vendetta :: blood feud vendor :: seller veneer :: thin layer; cover venerable :: deserving high respect venerate :: revere venial :: forgivable; trivial venison :: the meat of a deer venom :: poison; hatred vent :: small opening; outlet vent (v) :: express; utter ventral :: abdominal ventriloquist :: someone who can make his or her voice seem to come from another person or thing venture :: risk; dare; undertake a risk venturesome :: bold venue :: location veracious :: truthful veracity :: truthfulness verbalize :: put into words verbatim :: word for a word verbiage :: pompous array of words verbose :: wordy verdant :: green; lush in vegetation; * inexperienced * verdigris :: green coating on copper which has been exposed to the weather verge :: border; edge verisimilar :: probable or likely; having the appearance of truth verisimilitude :: appearance of truth, likelihood veritable :: actual; being truly so; not false or imaginary verity :: quality of being true; lasting truth or principle vernacular :: living language; natural style vernal :: pertaining to spring versatile :: having many talents; capable of working in many fields
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vertex :: summit vertigo :: severe dizziness verve :: enthusiasm; liveliness vestige :: trace; remains vex :: annoy; distress viable :: practical or workable; capable of maintaining life viand :: food vicarious :: experienced imaginatively through another person; acting as a substitute; done by a deputy; vicissitude :: change of fortune victuals :: food vie :: contend; compete vigilant :: watchful awake; alert to spot danger vignette :: picture; short literary sketch vigor :: active strength vilify :: slander vindicate :: clear from blame; exonerate; justify or support vindictive :: out for revenge; malicious vintner :: winemaker; seller of wine viper :: poisonous snake virile :: manly virtual :: in essence; for practical purposes virtue :: goodness; moral excellence; good quality virtuoso :: highly skilled artist virulent :: extremely poisonous; hostile; bitter virus :: disease communicator visage :: face; appearance visceral :: felt in one's inner organs viscid :: adhesive; gluey viscous :: sticky, gluey vise :: tool for holding work in place visionary :: produced by imagination; fanciful; mystical vital :: *vibrant and lively*; critical; living, breathing vitiate :: spoil the effect of; make inoperative vitreous :: pertaining to or resembling glass vitriolic :: corrosive; sarcastic vituperative :: abusive; scolding vivacious :: lively or animated; sprightly vivisection :: act of dissecting living
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