Found 67 articles starting with V: Page #3

vindictive - vocabulary

Inclined toward revenge, vengeful; showing a revengeful spirit. “That’s why you were so much struck when I mentioned to Zossimov that Porfiry was inquiring for every one who had pledges!” Razu...

violence - correct spelling

Example: The increase in violence in the streets disturbed the voters....

virtue - correct spelling

Example: Patience is a virtue....

virulent - vocabulary

Intensely poisonous; in medicine, highly infective, as in a virulent disease; also, spitefully hostile. Every two years the American politics industry fills the airwaves with the most...

visage - vocabulary

The face, countenance, or look of a person; appearance, aspect, as in the bleak visage of February. He was small in stature, with a furrowed visage, which, as yet, could hardly...

visible - correct spelling

Example: The planet is visible to the naked eye....

vision - correct spelling

Example: He had the vision of an entrepreneur....

visitor - correct spelling

Example: The unexpected visitor wore out his welcome....

vitiate - vocabulary

To impair the quality of, spoil; to debase, corrupt. In law, to make defective, as in to vitiate a claim. We do not draw the moral lessons we might from history. On the contrary, without care i...

vituperation - vocabulary

Censure or violent condemnation; verbal abuse, castigation. And as I grew into manhood, the newspapers rang on every side with disrespect for those in authority. Under the special dispensation of the li...

Vocabulary Usage

By reading a wide variety of authors and various types of writing you can build up your vocabulary and acquire the necessary skill in the proper use of words, phrases and idioms. Consciously or subconsciously, while reading, you develop an ear for...

vociferous - vocabulary

The quality of making a noisy and vehement outcry. In 2000 Mr. [Norman] Finkelstein, a vehement critic of Israel and the son of Holocaust survivors, published “The Holocaust Industry: Reflecti...

voice - correct spelling

noun and verb
Example: After teaching all day, he lost his voice. noun
Example: We want to ...

volition - vocabulary

An act or exercise of will; the act of choosing, willing, or resolving. The good, by affinity, seek the good; the vile, by affinity, the vile. Thus of their own volition, souls proceed ...

volume - correct spelling

Example: He opened the volume dealing with writing style.Example: The volume o...

voracious - vocabulary

Eating with greediness or in very large quantities; very eager or avid, as in a voracious reader. The fish in neighboring streams and lakes are so voracious, it is sa...


Letters are either vowels or consonants
. In grade school, you learned that vowels are a, e, i, o, and u, and sometimes y. The word consonant refers to the sound produced by occluding with o...

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