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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

Vista: panorama, view, prospect, outlook, mental picture
Example: [Now the vista stretching before you wears a bleak and untenanted look]

Visual: Perceptible by sight.

Visualize:
To give pictorial vividness to a mental representation.

Vital:
energetic, dynamic, most important, vibrant, fundamental
Example: [of vital importance]

Vitality:
vivacity, energy, vigor, strength, liveliness

Vitalize:
enliven, energize, animate, invigorate, give life to
Example: [Our selective immigration policy will vitalize the labour market]

Vitiate:
ruin spoil
Example: [The Indian military power should never again be vitiated by lack of money]

Vitiated:
weakened, impaired, debased, corrupted, depraved
Example: [But this comparative failure, happily, did not vitiate the success of the main operation, which lay along the left front. vitiated by sinfulness]

Vitreous:
glassy
Example: [vitreous china]

Vitriolic:
burning scathing
Example: [a vitriolic attack]

Vituperable:
Deserving of censure.

Vituperate:
to abuse verbally

Vituperative:
abusive
Example: [a vituperative attack]

Vivacious:
lively
Example: [a vivacious person]

Vivacity:
Liveliness.

Vivify:
To endue with life.

Vivisection:
The dissection of a living animal
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Vixen: ill-tempered woman female fox

Vizier:
powerful Muslim government official
Example: [the vizier decreed that all persons in the city were to be summoned to the ceremony]

Vocable:
a word especially one regarded in relation merely to its qualities of sound.

Vocative:
(Grammar) form of a word used to call or speak to someone
Example: [A vocative is a word or phrase such as “honey” or “Mr. President” which is used to address someone or draw their attention]

Vociferance:
The quality of making a clamor.

Vociferate:
yell, shout, cry out

Vociferation:
shout, vehement utterance, loud outcry, yell
Example: [Ahead, behind, to right and left, everything that could toot was busy and vociferous. vociferous objections]

Vociferous:
clamoring adamant
Example: [After World War II, the Canadian Indians became more vociferous in demanding a restoration of their rights]

Vogue:
chic fashion
Example: [this style is in vogue]

Void:
empty not legally enforceable
Example: [The election was declared null and void]

Volant:
lively, active, able to fly, agile, with wings extended as if in flight, moving rapidly
Example: [Again his cheek wore the brightness of health; and his volant step, too often reminded him how narrow were his boundaries. Birds about to take wing are rising; when in flight, they are volant; when at rest, they are close]

Volatile:
explosive unstable
Example: [volatile temper]

Volatility:
instability, unsteadiness, uncertainty
Example: [stock market volatility]

Volition:
free will
Example: [his own volition]

Volitive:
Exercising the will.

Volley:
flight of missiles
Example: [a fresh volley of machine-gun fire]

Voluble:
talkative
Example: [voluble praise]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Voluminous: extensive, bulky, or great quantity
Example: [a voluminous account of his life]

Voluptuous:
as a woman, having fullness of beautiful form, with or without sensuous or sensual quality

Voracious:
hungry
Example: [a voracious reader]

Vortex:
resembling a whirlpool swirling
Example: [I was sucked into a vortex of despair]

Votary:
aficionado fan

Votive:
devoted, expressing a wish or vow
Example: [They brought them wreaths of flowers and other votive offerings]

Vouchsafe:
bestow confer
Example: [He vouchsafed the information that the meeting had been postponed]

Voyeur:
someone who gains sexual pleasure from secretly watching other people have sex or take their clothes off, person who enjoys watching the private behavior or suffering of other people
Example: [Add a department in which more or less public figures may gratify their exhibitionistic impulses and which is designed to satisfy the voyeur in all of us]

Vulgar:
obscene
Example: [a vulgar patterned shirt]

Vulgarity:
crudeness, offensive act, grossness, lack of manners, indecency
Example: [the vulgarity of their language/remarks/jokes]

Vulnerable:
innocent susceptible
Example: [I felt very vulnerable, standing there in snow without warm clothes on]

Vulpine:
fox-like

Vying:
competing, rival, opposing
Example: [hundreds of candidates are vying for each top MBA position]

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