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Vocabulary from the letter ‘V’

English is a language that is used all over the world as a official international language. People of all countries use it as a medium of communication. He we are providing some words that start with letter “V”. We hope that it will help you in increasing your vocabulary.

A good vocabulary not only helps you in writing and speaking better English, but it also helps you in expressing your thoughts in a better way. It will also help you in scoring better marks in various competitive exams.

 

Word

Meaning

Vacate

To render ineffective.

Vest

To make an interest fixed.

Voir  Dire

Literally “to speak the truth”.

Vaccine

of, like or pertaining to cows, preparation conferring immunity to disease

Vacillate

fluctuate in opinion or resolution

Vadelect

Servant, serving-man

Vade-mecum

ready reference manual regularly carried about

Vadimony  

bond or pledge given before a judge

Vadose

 of, like or pertaining to underground water above the water table

Vafrous

Cunning, sly

Vagient

crying like a baby

Vagile

having the ability to move about

Vagility

ability to succeed in the struggle for existence

Vaginate

Sheathed, having a sheath

Vagitus

baby’s cry or wail

Vainglory

idle boastfulness

Vair

blue-grey squirrel fur; heraldic representation of blue and white rows

Valance

drapery hung along the edge of a bed, table or canopy

Valence

linen helmet-cover for armour

Valenki

warm Russian felt boots

Valetudinarian

of, like or pertaining to ill-health, anxious about health

Verism

artistic preference of the everyday to the legendary

Verjuice

sour juice of unripe fruit

Vermeil

bright red, scarlet, vermilion

 

 

 

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