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Words for 14th December :

  1. Vertebra (n) : one of the bones of the spinal column


  2. Vertebra (pl.) : vertebrae


  3. Vertebrate (adj.) : having a spinal column, belonging to the vertebrates


  4. Vertex (n) : apex, top or summit, the point of an angle; (pl) : vertices


  5. Vertical (adj.) : relating to the vertex, perpendicular, straight up or down


  6. Vertigo (n) : dizziness, giddiness


  7. Verve (n) : vital power, enthusiasm


  8. Very (adj.) : true, real


  9. Very (adv.) : in a high degree


  10. Vesper (n) : the evening star, the evening


  11. Vessel (n) : an utensil for holding something, a ship or large boat, artery or vein


  12. Vest (n) : waist coat


  13. Vest (v) : empower, confer upon


  14. Vestibule (n) : a small entrance hall


  15. Vestige (n) : evidence, remnants of something, trace


  16. Vestment (n) : robe, garment


  17. Vesture (n) : clothing, dress


  18. Vetch (n) : plant of the pea kind used as cattle food


  19. Veteran (adj.) : having long experience


  20. Veteran (n) : one with long experience


  21. Veterinary (adj.) : pertaining to the art of treating the diseases of domestic animals


  22. Veto (n) : right to prevent a bill becoming law


  23. Veto (v) : forbid by a veto


  24. Vex (v) : annoy, harass, torment


  25. Vexation (n) : trouble, annoyance


  26. Via (prep.) : by way of


  27. Vial (n) : phial, a small bottle


  28. Viand (n) : an article of food


  29. Vibrant (adj.) : vibrating


  30. Vicar (n) : a parson or priest of a parish, a representative or deputy


  31. Vice (n) : an immoral conduct, bad habit, a device for gripping an object (prep.) : instead of


  32. Vise (n) : an immoral conduct, bad habit, a device for gripping an object (prep.) : instead of


  33. Vicegerent (n) : substitute, regent


  34. Vive-president (n) : officer next to president


  35. Viceroy (n) : one representing the royal authority in a dependency; (fem) : vicereine


  36. Vicinity (n) : neighbourhood, nearness


  37. Vicious (adj.) : savage, mean, spiteful


  38. Vicissitude (n) : change (esp. of circumstances)


  39. Victim (n) : a dupe living, being used for religious sacrifice


  40. Victoria (n) : a light open carriage with four wheels


  41. Victory (adj.) : triumph conquest, the winning of a contest or battle


  42. Victual (n & pl) : provisions (food and drink)


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