Competitive Exams: Word List: Vocabulary V

Word List: V

  • vacillation: Being uncertain, hesitating
  • vagary: Strange act or idea
  • vain: Without use, result; conceited
  • valiant: Brave
  • valorous: Brave
  • vanquish: Conquer
  • vapor: Stim, mist
  • veer: Change direction
  • venal: Ready to do smth dishonest
  • veneer: Surface appearance covering the true nature
  • veneration: Regard with deep respect
  • veracity: Truth
  • verisimilitude-appearing true or real
  • veritable: Real, rightly named
  • verve: Spirit, vigor, enthusiasm
  • vex: Annoy, distress, trouble
  • vigilance: Watchfulness, self-appointed group who maintain order
  • vigilant: Member of a vigilance committee
  • vigorous: Strong, energetic
  • vilify: Slander, say evil things
  • vindictive: Having a desire to revenge
  • virago: a loud, domineering woman; a scold or nag
  • visceral: Of the internal organs of the body
  • vitiate: Lower the quality; weaken the strength
  • vituperate-curse, abuse in words
  • vivacious: Lively, high-spirited
  • volatile: Changeable, inconstant, fickle, unstable, explosive
  • volubility: Fluency, verbosity, easy use of spoken language
  • voluble: Fluent
  • voluminous: Occupying much space
  • vagary: A sudden desire or action
  • vainglory: Excessive, pretentious, and demonstrative vanity. Valorous: Courageous.
  • vapid: Having lost sparkling quality and flavor.
  • variegated: Having marks or patches of different colors; also, varied.
  • vehement: Very eager or urgent.
  • venal: Mercenary, corrupt.
  • veneer: Outside show or elegance.
  • venial: That may be pardoned or forgiven, a forgivable sin. Veracious: Habitually disposed to speak the truth. Veracity: Truthfulness.
  • verbiage: Use of many words without necessity.
  • verbose: Wordy.
  • verdant: Green with vegetation.
  • veritable: Real; true; genuine.
  • vestige: A visible trace, mark, or impression, of something absent, lost, or gone.
  • vicissitude: A change, especially a complete change, of condition or circumstances, as of fortune.
  • virago: Loud talkative women, strong statured women
  • visage: The face, countenance, or look of a person.
  • vitiate: To contaminate.
  • vituperate: To overwhelm with wordy abuse.
  • vivify: To endue with life.
  • vociferous: Making a loud outcry.
  • volatile: Changeable.
  • voluble: Having great fluency in speaking.