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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Verve: liveliness enthusiasm
Example: [She delivered her speech with tremendous wit and verve]

Vestige: A visible trace mark or impression of something absent lost or gone.

Vestment:
ceremonial gown, formal robe, ceremonial garments
Example: [The bishop often dons colorful vestments]

Vesture:
covering, dress, something that seems like a garment, clothing
Example: [Notice the rich colouring of purple and yellow in the vesture of the angel. The hills were clothed in a vesture of green]

Veto:
prohibition, a decision by a person in authority to not allow something to be done, rejection, ban
Example: [a line-item veto]

Vex:
to irritate annoy
Example: [This issue looks likely to continue to vex the government]

Viable:
capable of surviving
Example: [viable solution]

Viand:
food

Vicarious:
surrogate substitute
Example: [a vicarious thrill]

Viceroy:
representative of a monarch, governor of a country or province, orange and black butterfly
Example: [The viceroy and officials came forth to welcome him, and he made a triumphal entry into the city]

Vicissitude:
changing fortunes
Example: [You could say that losing your job is just one of the vicissitudes of life]

Victuals:
food
Example: [good victuals]

Vie:
compete
Example: [vying for attention]

Vigilance:
watchfulness in guarding against danger
Example: [the vigilance of a neighbor]

Vigilant:
attentive, watchful, observant, on the lookout, alert
Example: [vigilant observation]

Vignette:
decorative design scene
Example: [She wrote several vignettes of small-town life]

Vigor:
vitality, strength, power, intensity, robustness
Example: [Not only was there gold in that land; there was also a fountain whose waters restored youth and vigor to the drinker]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Vilify: defame
Example: [vilified by the press]

Villainous:
evil, very bad, wicked
Example: [villainous criminals/characters/roles/motives]

Vim:
enthusiasm energy
Example: [At 87, she is still full of vim and vigor]

Vincible:
Conquerable.

Vindicate:
free from blame
Example: [The investigation vindicated her complaint about the newspaper]

Vindicated:
cleared of blame, exonerated, absolved, justified, freed
Example: [They want to throw mud at you, prince, and you must be triumphantly vindicated]

Vindication:
clearance from blame or suspicion
Example: [the victory is being seen as a vindication of their tactics]

Vindicative:
Revengeful.

Vindicatory:
Punitive.

Vindictive:
unforgiving, revengeful, mean, cruel, nasty, hurtful, malicious, spiteful
Example: [But as he said these words there gleamed in his eyes not merely a cold look, but the vindictive look of a man persecuted and made cruel]

Vinery:
A greenhouse for grapes.

Viol:
A stringed instrument of the violin class.

Viola:
A musical instrument somewhat larger than a violin.

Violation:
Infringement.

Violator:
One who transgresses.

Viper:
poisonous snake

Virago:
A turbulent woman
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Virginal: chaste pure
Example: [virginal innocence]

Virile:
manly
Example: [the men were young and virile]

Virtu:
Rare and praise-worthy quality.

Virtual:
but not in form or appearance Being in essence or effect
Example: [virtual shopping]

Virtue:
conforming to what is right
Example: [Patience is a virtue]

Virtuoso:
highly skilled artist
Example: [Ravi Shankar is a virtuoso sitar player]

Virulence:
Extreme poisonousness.

Virulent:
poisonous deadly
Example: [a virulent critic]

Virus:
disease communicator
Example: [there is no cure yet for the common cold virus]

Visage:
facial expression

Visceral:
felt in one’s inner organs

Viscid:
gummy thick

Viscount:
In England a title of nobility ranking fourth in the order of British peerage.

Viscous:
gluey, sticky, thick
Example: [melted tar is a viscous substance]

Vise:
holding device
Example: [Both hands gripped the graceful shoulders of the miscreant like a vise]

Visionary:
fanciful, produced by imagination, mystical
Example: [he was a great visionary]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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