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verdant
(of grass, plants, fields, etc.) fresh and green
vestige
1.a small part of something that still exists after the rest of it has stopped existing; 2. usually used in negative sentences, to say that not even a small amount of something exists
vex
to annoy or worry someone
vicarious
felt or experienced by watching or reading about someone else doing something, rather than by doing it yourself
vicissitude
one of the many changes and problems in a situation or in your life, that you have to deal with
vigilant
very careful to notice any signs of danger or trouble
vilify
to say or write unpleasant things about someone or something so that other people will have a low opinion of them
vindicate
1.to prove that something is true or that you were right to do something, especially when other people had a different opinion; 2.to prove that someone is not guilty when they have been accused of doi
vindictive
trying to harm or upset someone, or showing that you want to, because you think that they have harmed you
viscous
(of a liquid) thick and sticky; not flowing freely
vitriol
very cruel and bitter comments or criticism
vituperative
a vituperative spoken or written attack is full of angry criticism
vivacious
(especially of a woman) having a lively, attractive personality
vocation
a type of work that you feel you are suited to doing and to which you should give all your time and energy, or the feeling that a type of work suits you in this way
vociferous
expressing your opinions or feelings in a loud and confident way