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vacillate

To be uncertain what to do, or to change often between two opinions

Her mood vacillated between hope and despair.

vacuous

Not expressing or showing intelligent thought or purpose

a vacuous remark/question/expression/smile

vagary

To give up a position as king, or to fail to take responsibility for something:

The administration has abdicated its leadership on this critical issue.

vagrant

A person who is poor and does not have a home or job

The town has shelters and food handouts for vagrants.

vapid

Showing no intelligence or imagination

He's attractive, but vapid.

veracity

the quality of being true, honest, or accurate

Doubts were cast on the veracity of her alibi.

vertigo

A feeling of spinning around and being unable to balance, often caused by looking down from a height

vex

To cause difficulty to someone, or to cause someone to feel angry, annoyed, or upset

vigil

An act of staying awake, especially at night, in order to be with a person who is very ill or dying, or to make a protest, or to pray:

vigilant

Always being careful to notice things, especially possible danger

Following the bomb scare at the airport, the staff have been warned to be extra vigilant.

vilify

to say or write unpleasant things about someone or something, in order to cause other people to have a bad opinion of that person or thing:

virile

(of a man) full of strength, power, and energy in a way that is considered sexually attractive

virulent

A virulent disease or poison is dangerous and spreads or affects people very quickly

vista

A view, especially a beautiful view from a high position

vociferous

Repeatedly and loudly expressing your opinions and complaints, or (of demands, complaints, etc.) expressed in this way

voluble

Speaking a lot, with confidence and enthusiasm

She was a voluble, smart, funny interviewee.

voracious

Very eager for something, especially a lot of food

He has a voracious appetite (= he eats a lot).

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