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English Vocabulary Index

Power of Words for 11th December :

  1. Vacancy (n) :emptiness, empty space, a gap, an unoccupied post


  2. Vacant (adj.) : unoccupied, empty, devoid or thought of interest


  3. Vacate (v) : to give up, to quit


  4. Vacation (n) : period of being free form work or duty, recess, holiday, act of vacating


  5. Vaccinate (v) : to inoculate with a vaccine against small pox


  6. Vacillate (v) : waver mentally, fluctuate


  7. Vacuum (n) : empty space, devoid of matter


  8. Vagabond (n) : a purposeless, wandering person


  9. Vagabond (adj.) : having no living place


  10. Vagary (n) : a wild fancy, a caprice


  11. Vagrant (n) : an idle wanderer


  12. Vague (adj.) : unsettled in meaning indefinite, uncertain, doubtful


  13. Vain (adj.) : without use, futile, conceited, feeling high of oneself, foolish


  14. Vainglory (n) : boastfulness, vanity, empty pride


  15. Vainly (adv.) : uselessly, proudly


  16. Vale (n) : a low lying tract of land


  17. Valedictory (adj.) : of or in the nature of a farewell


  18. Valet (n) : a man servant


  19. Valetudinarian (n) : a person of infirm health


  20. Valiant (adj.) : brave


  21. Valid (adj.) : sound, well based, legal


  22. Valid (n) : validity


  23. Validate (v) : to make valid, legalize


  24. Valley (n) : a vale


  25. Valour (n) : courage, bravery, prowess


  26. Valuable (adj.) : articles of high value or use


  27. Value (n) : worth, price


  28. Value (v) : appreciate


  29. Valve (n) : a contrivance to control the flow of air, gas or liquid in a certain direction


  30. Vamp (n) : the upper part of shoe


  31. Vandalism (n) : hostility or artistic works


  32. Vane (n) : weathercock


  33. Vanguard (n) : the foremost division of any army


  34. Vanish (v) : disappear suddenly


  35. Vanity (n) : worthlessness, vain, self pride


  36. Vanilla (n) : a genus of climbing orchidaceous plants, native of tropical America


  37. Vanquish (v) : a conquer, to suppress or overcome


  38. Vapid (adj.) : tasteless, not interesting


  39. Vaporize (v) : to convert into vapour


  40. Vapour (n) : steam, fog, gaseous form of a substance


  41. Variable (adj.) : alternate


  42. Variance (n) : difference in opinion, not in agreement


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