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vomit to throw up food and other contents of the stomach through the mouth. [2 definitions]
vote a formal expression of a choice in an election or other group decision. [6 definitions]
voter one who votes.
vouch to promise to be true, real, or correct (usually followed by "for").
vow a serious promise or pledge. [2 definitions]
vowel in the English alphabet, any of the letters "a," "e," "i," "o," "u," and sometimes "y." [2 definitions]
voyage a long journey by air, land, sea, or outer space. [2 definitions]
vs. abbreviation of "versus."
VT abbreviation of "Vermont."
vulgar without good taste or manners. [2 definitions]
vulnerable able to be hurt or injured. [2 definitions]
vulture a large bird that usually has dark feathers and a bald head and neck. There are many kinds of vulture. These birds are related to hawks and feed on dead animals.
W2 abbreviation of "west." [2 definitions]
w the twenty-third letter of the English alphabet.
WA abbreviation of "Washington."
wad a small mass or ball. [3 definitions]
waddle to walk using short steps while rocking from side to side. [2 definitions]
wade to walk in water or something else that makes movement slower or more difficult. [2 definitions]
waffle1 a flat cake cooked in a device that leaves a pattern of squares on the cake.
waffle2 to speak or write in a way that is not clear or direct.
wag to cause to move quickly up and down or from side to side. [3 definitions]