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velocity, velocities
speed

viscous-adjectives
having relatively high resistance to flow; viscid; thick
viscously-adverb
viscousness-noun

violet
color – the hue of the short wave end of the visible spectrum, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 380 to 420 nanometers

vociferous-adjective
making, given to, or marked by noisy and vehement outcry
vociferously-adverb
vociferousness-noun
synonyms-blatant, boisterous, strident, clamorous

vortices-noun;-plural-of vortex
vortex-noun;-plural-vortexes or vortices
a spiral motion of fluid within a limited area, especially a whirling mass of water or air that sucks everything near it toward its center

venerate, venerated, venerating, venerates-transitive verbs
to regard with respect, reverence, or heartfelt deference
venerator-noun
synonyms-revere
veneration-noun
the act of venerating; profound respect or reverence
venerational-adjective
synonym-honor

variable-adjective
likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable; inconstant; fickle; tending to deviate, as from a normal or recognized type; aberrant; having no fixed quantitative value
variable-noun
something that varies or is prone to variation
variableness-noun
variably-adverb

voluble-adjective
marked by a ready flow of speech; fluent; talkative; verbal diarrhea
volubility or volubleness-noun
volubly-adverb

vestige-noun
a visible trace, evidence, or sign of something that once existed but exists or appears no more
vestigial-adjective
of, relating to, or constituting a vestige; Biology – occurring or persisting as a rudimentary or degenerate structure
vestigially-adverb

void-adjective
containing no matter; empty; not occupied; unfilled; completely lacking; devoid (void of understanding); empty; ineffective; useless; having no legal force or validity; null: a contract rendered void; a vacuum; a feeling or state of emptiness, loneliness, or loss
void, voided, voiding, voids-verbs
transitive use-to take out (the contents of something); empty; to excrete (body wastes); to leave; vacate; to make void or of no validity; invalidate (issued a new passport and voided the old one)
intransitive use-to excrete body waste
voider-noun

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