V Words: Enhance Your Vocabulary with These Unique Terms

Discover a variety of interesting words that start with the letter “V” and learn more about their meanings and usage.

  1. Vacant- empty, unoccupied.
  2. Vaccine- a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies.
  3. Vacuum- a space devoid of matter; an electrical appliance for cleaning floors.
  4. Vague- unclear, imprecise.
  5. Vain- overly proud of one’s appearance or achievements.
  6. Validate- check or prove the accuracy of something.
  7. Valor- courage, bravery.
  8. Value- the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.
  9. Vanish- disappear suddenly.
  10. Vanity- excessive pride in one’s appearance.
  11. Variable- subject to change or variation.
  12. Variant- a version of something that differs from others.
  13. Variety- diversity, having different types or sorts.
  14. Vast- immense, huge.
  15. Vault- a secure room for storage, often underground.
  16. Veer- change direction suddenly.
  17. Vegan- a person who does not eat or use animal products.
  18. Vegetate- live in a passive or inactive manner.
  19. Vehicle- a means of transporting goods or people.
  20. Velocity- speed of movement.
  21. Velvet- soft fabric.
  22. Veneer- a thin decorative covering, usually of wood.
  23. Vengeance- punishment inflicted in retaliation.
  24. Venue- the place where an event or activity is held.
  25. Verify- make sure or confirm that something is true.
  26. Verse- writing arranged with a rhythmic pattern, typically poetry.
  27. Vessel- a container or ship designed to carry liquids or people.
  28. Vestige- a trace or remnant of something that is disappearing.
  29. Vex- make someone feel annoyed or frustrated.
  30. Viable- capable of success or continued effectiveness.
  31. Vice- immoral or corrupt behavior.
  32. Victim- a person harmed or deceived.
  33. Victorious- having won a contest or battle.
  34. Vigilant- keeping careful watch for possible difficulties.
  35. Vigor- energy, enthusiasm.
  36. Vile- extremely unpleasant; morally bad.
  37. Vindicate- clear of blame or suspicion.
  38. Violate- break or fail to comply with a rule or agreement.
  39. Viral- relating to or caused by a virus; popular in a rapid, widespread manner.
  40. Virtual- almost or nearly as described, but not completely.
  41. Virtue- a quality considered morally good or desirable.
  42. Visible- able to be seen.
  43. Vision- the ability to see; a mental image of what the future could be.
  44. Visit- go to see a person or place.
  45. Vital- absolutely necessary or important.
  46. Vivid- producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images.
  47. Vocal- relating to the human voice.
  48. Vocation- a person’s employment or main occupation.
  49. Void- a completely empty space; invalid.
  50. Volatile- liable to change rapidly and unpredictably.
  51. Voltage- the pressure from an electrical circuit’s power source.
  52. Volume- the amount of space that a substance or object occupies.
  53. Volunteer- offer to do something without being forced or paid.
  54. Voracious- wanting or devouring great quantities of food.
  55. Vote- a formal indication of choice.
  56. Voyage- a long journey involving travel by sea or space.
  57. Vulnerable- susceptible to physical or emotional harm.
  58. Vulture- a bird, often scavenging on carrion.
  59. Vortex- a whirling mass, like a whirlpool or tornado.
  60. Voyage- a long journey, typically by sea or in space.
  61. Vulgar- lacking sophistication or good taste; unrefined.
  62. Vanity- excessive pride especially in one’s appearance.
  63. Vantage- a place giving a strategic position or view.
  64. Vampire- a mythical creature said to live by sucking blood.
  65. Vanguard- a group of people leading the way in new developments.
  66. Vapid- offering nothing stimulating or challenging; dull.
  67. Vapor- a substance diffused or suspended in the air.
  68. Variable- an element, feature, or factor liable to change.
  69. Variation- a change or difference in condition.
  70. Varied- incorporating a number of different types or elements; showing variety.VERTICAL – at right angles to the horizon.
  71. Vegetarian- a person who does not eat meat.
  72. Vendor- a person or company offering something for sale.
  73. Vendetta- a prolonged bitter quarrel or campaign.
  74. Venison- meat from a deer.
  75. Verbatim- in exactly the same words that were used originally.
  76. Verbose- using or expressed in more words than needed.
  77. Verdant- green with grass or other rich vegetation.
  78. Verify- make sure or demonstrate that something is true.
  79. Vessel- a ship or large boat.
  80. Vexation- the state of being annoyed or worried.
  81. Viable- capable of working successfully.
  82. Vibrant- full of energy and life.
  83. Vicious- deliberately cruel or violent.
  84. Victim- a person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime.
  85. Victimize- single someone out for cruel or unjust treatment.
  86. Vigil- a period of keeping awake during the time usually spent asleep.
  87. Vigilance- the action or state of keeping careful watch.
  88. Vigorous- strong, healthy, and full of energy.
  89. Villain- a character whose evil actions or motives are important to the plot.
  90. Vindictive- having or showing a strong desire for revenge.
  91. Violation- the action of violating someone or something.
  92. Violence- behavior involving physical force intended to hurt.
  93. Violet- a small plant with purplish-blue flowers.
  94. Virtuoso- a person highly skilled in music or another artistic pursuit.
  95. Virulent- extremely severe or harmful in its effects.
  96. Visceral- relating to deep inward feelings.
  97. Visual- relating to seeing or sight.
  98. Vitality- the state of being strong and active.
  99. Vivacious- attractively lively and animated.
  100. Vocabulary- the body of words used in a particular language.

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