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vindictive

Adj disposed or inclined to revenge; vengeful

violate

v to break a law, rule, agreement, promise, etc.

virtue

n a good or admirable quality or property

viscous

Adj of a glutinous nature or consistency; sticky; thick; adhesive

vitally

Adv of or pertaining to life

vitiate

v to impair the quality of; make faulty; spoil

vividly

Adv full of life; lively; animated

vocalist

n a singer

vocation

n the work in which a person is employed

vociferous

Adj crying out noisily; clamorous

void

n an empty space; emptiness

volatile

Adj tending or threatening to break out into open violence; explosive

vole

n any of several small mouselike or ratlike rodents of the genus Microtus and related genera, having short limbs and a short tail

voluble

Adj characterized by a ready and continuous flow of words; fluent; glib; talkative

volume

n the degree of sound intensity or audibility; loudness

voluminous

Adj of ample size, extent, or fullness

voluptuous

Adj full of, characterized by, or ministering to indulgence in luxury, pleasure, and sensuous enjoyment

vulgar

Adj indecent; obscene; lewd

vulgarity

n the quality or state of being characterized by ignorance of or lack of good breeding or taste

vulnerability

n the ability to be susceptible to being wounded or hurt, as by a weapon

vulture

n any of several large, primarily carrion-eating birds of prey, often having a naked head and less powerful feet than those of the related hawks and eagles

waft

v to carry lightly and smoothly through the air or over water

wage

n money that is paid or received for work or services, as by the hour, day, or week

wagging

v moving from side to side or one way and the other, especially rapidly and repeatedly

wake

n the path or course of anything that has passed or preceded

wallow

n to flounder about; move along or proceed clumsily or with difficulty

waning

Adj to decrease in size, extent, or degree

ware

n articles of merchandise or manufacture; goods

warped

Adj to turn or twist out of or as if out of shape; especially: to twist or bend out of a plane

warring

Adj involved in a struggle

wary

Adj watchful; being on one's guard against danger

waterborne

Adj supported, carried, or transmitted by water

waterfront

n a part of a city or town on such land; wharf or dock section

watershed

Adj a crucial dividing point, line, or factor

waver

v to shake or tremble, as the hands or voice

waxed milk

n milk held in a container made with wax paper

weasel

n any of various small slender active carnivorous mammals

weather-eye

n sensitivity and alertness to signs of change in the weather

wedge

n something (as a policy) causing a breach or separation

weir

n a fence, as of brush or narrow boards, or a net set in a stream, channel, etc, for catching fish

wheat

n the grain of any cereal grass of the genus Triticum, used in the form of flour for making bread, cakes, etc, and for other culinary and nutritional purposes

whet

v to make keen or eager; stimulate

whim

n an odd or capricious notion or desire

whimsical

Adj given to fanciful notions; capricious

whimsy

n an odd or fanciful notion

whine

v to utter a low, usually nasal, complaining cry or sound, as from uneasiness, discontent, peevishness, etc

whisk

v a rapid, sweeping stroke; light, rapid movement

whisker

n a beard

white-collar

Adj of, relating to, or constituting the class of salaried employees whose duties do not call for the wearing of work clothes or protective clothing

wholly

Adv entirely; totally; altogether; quite

wildlife

n undomesticated animals living in the wild

winnow

v to subject to some process of separating or distinguishing; analyze critically

wintry

Adj of, relating to, or characteristic of winter

wire-puller

n a person who uses secret means to direct and control the actions of others, especially for selfish ends; intriguer

wistful

Adj characterized by melancholy; longing; yearning

wordplay

n playful use of words, wit

worthwhile

Adj being worth the time or effort spent

wrack

v to wreck

wrath

n strong vengeful anger or indignation

wreak

v to inflict or execute (punishment, vengeance, etc)

wrenching

Adj twisting suddenly and forcibly

wretchedly

Adv characterized by or attended with misery and sorrow

wrinkled

Adj to be marked by a small furrow or crease in the skin, especially of the face, as from aging or frowning

yammering

n whines and complaints

yearn

v to have an earnest or strong desire; long

yearning

n a tender or urgent longing

yelp

n a sharp shrill bark or cry

zeal

n eagerness and enthusiastic interest in pursuit of something

zombie

n a person whose behavior or responses are wooden, listless, or seemingly rote; automaton

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