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tyro
beginner
umbrage
offense or annoyance, meaning become offended or annoyed
unconscionable
not guided by conscience; morally wrong, unjust, unreasonable
unsparing
generous, lavish; unmerciful, harsh (as in not sparing any criticism
untempered
not toned down; not moderated, controlled, or counterbalanced
upbraid
find fault with, criticize or scold severely
usury
charging interest on a loan, esp. charging illegally high or excessive interest
vanguard
leading units at the front of an army; leaders in a trend or movement, people on the "cutting edge"' the forefront of a trend or movement
variegated
varied in color, having multicolored patches or spots; diverse
verdant
green, such as with vegetation, plants, grass, etc; young and inexperienced
verisimilar
having the appearance of truth, probable
vernal
relating to the spring; fresh, youthful
vestige
trace or sign of something that once existed
vex
annoy or bother; puzzle or distress
via
through, by means of, by way of (by route that goes through or touches)
vicissitude
changes or variations over time, esp. regular changes from one thing to another
vim
pep, enthusiasm, vitality, lively spirit
virulent
extremely infectious, poisonous, etc; hateful, bitterly hostile
viscid or viscous
thick, adhesive, or covered in something sticky
vitriol
something highly caustic, such as criticism (literally, one of a number of chemicals including sulfuric acid)
vociferous
noisily crying out, as in protest
voluble
easily fluent in regards to speech
wan
unnaturally pale, showing some other indication of sickness, unhappiness, etc; weak, lacking forcefulness
wanton
reckless, vicious, without regard for what is right ; unjustifiable, deliberately done for no reason at all; sexually unrestrained or excessively luxurious
welter
confused mass or pile, jumble; confusion or turmoil; roll around, wallow, toss about, writhe
whet
stimulate, make keen or eager
whitewash
a substance used to whiten walls, wood, etc.; deception, covering up of wrongs, errors, misdeeds, etc.
winnow
sift, analyze critically, separate the useful part from the worthless part
winsome
charming, engaging, esp. in a sweet and innocent way
wizened
withered, shriveled
xenophobia
fear or hatred of foreigners or that which is foreign
yoke
a burden or something that oppresses; a frame for attaching animals to each other and to a plow or other equipment to be pulled, or a bar across a person's shoulders to help carry buckets of water, et