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use up to use all of; finish.
usher a person who shows people to their seats in a house of worship, theater, or stadium. [2 definitions]
U.S.S.R. an abbreviation for "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics," the official name of the former Soviet Union.
usual most common or expected; customary. [3 definitions]
usually ordinarily or most often; generally; typically.
UT an abbreviation for Utah.
Utah a state in the western United States. Its capital is Salt Lake City. (abbreviated: UT)
utensil a device, instrument, or container used in a kitchen.
uterus the muscular organ of a female mammal in which the fetus develops before birth.
utility the quality or condition of being useful; usefulness. [2 definitions]
utmost of the highest or greatest degree, amount, or intensity; greatest. [2 definitions]
utter1 to give forth with the voice.
utter2 complete or total; absolute.
Uzbekistan a country in central Asia bordered by Kazakhstan to the north and Afghanistan to the south. The capital of Uzbekistan is Tashkent.
v3 the twenty-second letter of the English alphabet.
VA1 an abbreviation for Virginia.
vacant without activity or contents; empty. [3 definitions]
vacation a period of rest from school, work, or other activities. [2 definitions]
vaccinate to give a vaccine to, so as to protect from a disease.
vaccine a substance used to protect people and animals from very serious diseases. Vaccines contain germs of a particular disease--these germs been killed or changed in a certain way in a laboratory to make them safe. A vaccine goes into a person's body in a shot that is given by a doctor or nurse. After a vaccine is put into a person's body, that person will not get that disease or will get only a mild case.
vacuum a space empty of all matter. [4 definitions]