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vacillate

Short Definition : waver (in opinion); fluctuate; sway to and fro; N. vacillation

Definition
(verb) be undecided about something; waver between conflicting positions or courses of
action
Synonyms : hover , oscillate , vibrate
Example Sentence
He oscillates between accepting the new position and retirement

Definition
(verb) move or sway in a rising and falling or wavelike pattern
Synonyms : fluctuate , waver
Example Sentence
the line on the monitor vacillated

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vacillate

sounds like OScillate..so something which moves from one position to another position.
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by preetisoni2411

vacillate=VACI bhi bahut LATE ho gaya hai.....now u dont VACILLATE between what
you gonna wear for the party..........;)
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by verbal800

things refers to oscillation where as feelings refers to VACILLATion


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by cwin

Vacillate sounds like agitate... vacillate means to be undecided and agitate is to worry... in
both, you are in a sense of confusion.
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by pushpa_edit
vacillate: vaccine+late The later you get ur shot, the higher chance the fever, or disease
will happen. (fluctuate)
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by hn15

like OScillate but in place of 'OS' v(we)cillate i.e., we waver.


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by kondaharsha

vacillate sounds like a ventilate which means cause air to circulate freely
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by krishna341

vacuous
Short Definition : empty; lacking in ideas; inane; stupid; Ex. vacuous expression; N.
vacuity

Definition
(adj) devoid of intelligence
Synonyms : asinine , fatuous , inane , mindless

Definition
(adj) devoid of significance or point
Synonyms : empty , hollow
Example Sentence
empty promises
a hollow victory
vacuous comments

Definition
(adj) devoid of matter
Example Sentence
a vacuous space
Definition
(adj) void of expression
Synonyms : blank
Example Sentence
a blank stare

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vacuous

vacuous can be seen as vacuum which means, a region empty of matter.


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by psujjan

Latin "vacuous" means empty; similar to vacuum


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by Born2GRE

vACUOUS--is seems like(in Hindi) bACUOUS (bacvaas-->Lacking in ideas) lol


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by tariq431

The space within a VACUUM tube is devoid of all matter.


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by dshefman

vacuous sounds like vacant means emty


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by gagzcaplio

vagabond
Short Definition : wanderer (without a permanent home); tramp

Definition
(noun) anything that resembles a vagabond in having no fixed place
Example Sentence
pirate ships were vagabonds of the sea

Definition
(noun) a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
Synonyms : drifter , floater , vagrant

Definition
(verb) move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or
employment
Synonyms : cast , drift , ramble , range , roam , roll , rove , stray , swan , tramp ,
wander
Example Sentence
The gypsies roamed the woods
roving vagabonds
the wandering Jew
The cattle roam across the prairie
the laborers drift from one town to the next
They rolled from town to town

Definition
(adj) wandering aimlessly without ties to a place or community
Synonyms : rootless
Example Sentence
led a vagabond life
a rootless wanderer

Definition
(adj) continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
Synonyms : aimless , drifting , floating , vagrant
Example Sentence
a drifting double-dealer
the floating population
vagrant hippies of the sixties

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vagabond


this word can be thought as Vagabond = James Bond the spy, does not live at one
permanent place and is always seen wandering all over the world.
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by psujjan

wagha + border............at this place military people keep on wandering to keep close
watch on activities
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by nileshdive

Vagabond..vengaboys..keep goin' all around for concerts etc..wanderers..


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by Jyoti.Chhibber

people go to vegas and lode money at casino.dey become vegabond


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by pragati_gupta

playing off of the above: a ragged Bond since no vagabond is as well groomed as James
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by tirppysht

vagary
Short Definition : capricious happening; caprice; whim; CF. wander

Definition
(noun) an unexpected and inexplicable change in something (in a situation or a person's
behavior, etc.)
Example Sentence
the vagaries of the weather
his wealth fluctuates with the vagaries of the stock market
he has dealt with human vagaries for many years

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vagary


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by meetnish

sounds like beggary.If you invest too much money in the stock market,it may lead to
beggary because of the vagary (unpredictable) nature of the stock market.
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by hritupon

A vague person shows vagary


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by ksameer_coep

Too many VAGARIES in the stockmarket can make you a VAGABOND.


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by dshefman

Seeing any car my friend always keeps saying "WAH kya GARI hai".i couldnt
understand why he cannot stick to one choice and changes choice every time.in short it is
his vagary that could not be explained.
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by mit006

wagh+ghari....waghala ghari palana hi ek odd idea ahe....


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by nileshdive

if stock market goes vagary...u have to do beggary lol...!!!


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by sravan1411

In Nepali a Begari( ) person does not have any job or work, hence
capricious or whimsical ideas come to his mind suddenly and irregulary and his ideas are
often vagary.
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by Sabitakabita

sounds like jaggery which can bring sudden change of taste on your tounge...
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by vinaya

vagary, split it as vag(wage)+ ary(wary), wages may vary suddenly(vagary), so be wary


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by Iam

Gary(Kristen) was alwaz doubtful in takin sehwag in the team.Vagary-Change of mind


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by LokeshM

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by friendofafriend

vagary = beggar ppl can make any move infront of you to get money from you i.e
unpredictable behavior.
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by shaktipada

vagrant
Short Definition : homeless wanderer

Definition
(noun) a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
Synonyms : drifter , floater , vagabond

Definition
(adj) continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
Synonyms : aimless , drifting , floating , vagabond
Example Sentence
a drifting double-dealer
the floating population
vagrant hippies of the sixties

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vagrant

vagrant rhymes with migrant. Migrants are homeless wanderers


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by prats_rocks

We can say Bhag(V deducted from Vag and BH added to ag)+Rant.If you run(bhag)
without paying the rent then you become a vagrant
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by hritupon

the rent keeps changing all the time so i left the home and ran(bhaghna) nd became a
vagrant
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by mit006

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by prats_rocks

Imagine u have a rented house and u run from one house to other to search the same. So
its Bhag+rent = Bhag Rant..
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by me_kushagra

vag()+ rant () is a vagrant ... (that


is both stray and homeless wanderer)
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by rahulkhadse
Think of vacant, when ur vacant, u have no established residence
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by Thingy3363

Grant your property on his name as he is homesless rite now.Vagrant-Homeless


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by LokeshM

vagrant: 1 banda jo vagabond hai usko log kahete hai va [wa wa] tu mai kaise grant mil
gayi tum to bahot vagrant ho
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by sybarite

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by friendofafriend

vain
Short Definition : full of self-admiration; conceited; without result; unsuccessful; N.
vanity

Definition
(adj) characteristic of false pride; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
Synonyms : conceited , egotistic , egotistical , self-conceited , swollen ,
swollen-headed
Example Sentence
a conceited fool
an attitude of self-conceited arrogance
an egotistical disregard of others
so swollen by victory that he was unfit for normal duty
growing ever more swollen-headed and arbitrary
vain about her clothes

Definition
(adj) unproductive of success
Synonyms : bootless , fruitless , futile , sleeveless
Example Sentence
a fruitless search
futile years after her artistic peak
a sleeveless errand
a vain attempt

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vain

vain resembles pain. A person who is full of self-admiration(vain) is a pain in the ass.
vain==pain
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by nikhilgirdhar

vain basically resembles van (a car)which is very cheap bcoz it has got very low mileage
thus very few people are having this car.Thus this car is worthless or its launch was
unsuccesful(bcoz not many people buy it).
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by Yogendra Mishra

vain=vaai,so over pride


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by anbeysiva

When you give PAIN to your opponent You always Show VAIN (Meine Uski Maari
isiliye mein Bada hu)

vainglorious
Short Definition : boastful; excessively conceited; N. vainglory: great vanity

Definition
(adj) feeling self-importance
Synonyms : big , swelled
Example Sentence
too big for his britches
had a swelled head
he was swelled with pride

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vainglorious


all your glorious achievements are in vain if you boast about them.
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by ashay.ut

'vain' means thinking too highly of oneself; so 'vainglorious' means one feeling glorious
about oneself
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by Born2GRE

vainglorious : BOASTFUL jab se Yuvraj Singh ne 20-20 me glorious kamgiri ki hai tab
se woh bahut zyada vain [extra]glorious ho gaya hai.
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by sybarite

vain= unsuccessful. glorious=magnificent, greatness. making false glory. meaning


boosting and self concieted
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by wordsmania

valediction
Short Definition : saying farewell; expression of leave-taking

Definition
(noun) a farewell oration (especially one delivered during graduation exercises by an
outstanding member of a graduating class)
Synonyms : valedictory , valedictory address , valedictory oration

Definition
(noun) the act of saying farewell

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for valediction

Valediction comes from validity i.e. expiry of something...which is the end or pertaining
to a farewell of something.
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by nikhilgirdhar

valediction is similar to validation, which means following appropriate formalities.


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by it's_me

vanidiction=benediction (Means bestowing good words on someone)


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by LokeshM

Reception (the act of receiving) is the opposite of valediction (farewell).


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by pushpa_edit

He cried out "Vamoose!" at his valediction.


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by melstra

valedictory
Short Definition : pertaining to farewell; N: farewell address (esp. at graduation
exercises)

Definition
(noun) a farewell oration (especially one delivered during graduation exercises by an
outstanding member of a graduating class)
Synonyms : valediction , valedictory address , valedictory oration

Definition
(adj) of or relating to an occasion or expression of farewell
Example Sentence
a valedictory address
valedictory praise for his uniformly manly course
a suitable valedictory gesture
Definition
(adj) of a speech expressing leave-taking
Example Sentence
a valedictory address

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for valedictory

vale= be well (as in goodbye take care)+ dictory= words, so farewell speech
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by omganesh

valid
Short Definition : logically convincing; sound; legally acceptable; effective; Ex. valid
reasoning/passport

Definition
(adj) well grounded in logic or truth or having legal force
Example Sentence
a valid inference
a valid argument
a valid contract

Definition
(adj) still legally acceptable
Example Sentence
the license is still valid

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for valid

Valid (logical) is like solid (strong)... give me one solid reason to prove, that, what you
are saying is valid.
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by pushpa_edit
validate
Short Definition : make valid; confirm; ratify

Definition
(verb) declare or make legally valid
Synonyms : formalise , formalize

Definition
(verb) prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something

Definition
(verb) give evidence for
Synonyms : corroborate

Definition
(verb) make valid or confirm the validity of
Example Sentence
validate a ticket

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for validate

Validate and generate have the same rhyming sound...validate is to check the validity of
and generate is, to bring into existence.
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by pushpa_edit

valor
Short Definition : bravery; ADJ. valiant: possessing valor; brave

Definition
(noun) the qualities of a hero or heroine; exceptional or heroic courage when facing
danger (especially in battle)
Synonyms : gallantry , heroism , valiance , valiancy , valorousness , valour
Example Sentence
he showed great heroism in battle
he received a medal for valor

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for valor

valor resembles "jailer" who is very brave as he has to deal with notorious criminals.
valor==jailer
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by nikhilgirdhar

valor rhymes with sailor, who are used by kings to fight from sea side & they are very
courageous.
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by omganesh

Valor sounds like vellore university.... its really courageous decision to take drop and to
study for its entrance.......
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by rahulbest

Change valor into vallant. Vallant=Gallant, both meaning courageous, brave.


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by pushpa_edit

valor :: warrior so he must sow bravery


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by akshi

Seinfeld: Remember when george saved a whales life? just to show that he is marine
biologist.... that was vailor or vailant
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by friendofafriend

Sergeant VALERI of this TV show is a brave woman


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by NelsonNishanth

Valor=Rathore.Sounds similar.In Rowdy Rathore Akshay Kumar is BRAVE(VALOR)


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by LokeshM

vampire
Short Definition : ghostly being that sucks the blood of the living

Definition
(noun) (folklore) a corpse that rises at night to drink the blood of the living
Synonyms : lamia

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vampire

Sharam nahi aati,mnemonic dhoondte hue!!!Doob Maro.[:P]


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by tushar_gupta

Empire (kingdom) sounds like Vampire (a blood sucking parasite)...a vampire that has a
large empire.
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by pushpa_edit

vanguard
Short Definition : forerunners; foremost position of an army; advance forces; foremost
position in a trend or movement; CF. rearguard

Definition
(noun) the leading units moving at the head of an army
Synonyms : van
Definition
(noun) any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and
techniques in a given field (especially in the arts)
Synonyms : avant-garde , new wave , van

Definition
(noun) the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading position in any
movement or field
Synonyms : cutting edge , forefront
Example Sentence
the Cotswolds were once at the forefront of woollen manufacturing in England
the idea of motion was always to the forefront of his mind and central to his
philosophy

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vanguard

Maruti A Maruti "VAN" needs to be guarded from the front as it doesnot have a bonnet.
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by nikhilgirdhar

a guard is coming in a van in front of all the cars


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by 1.6k

For DOTA players, Vanguard is the foremost item to be made for heroes like Viper and
all.
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by pradepkumar

vanguard~ one guard which is generally fight before actual war in medieval time~
vanguard also fight before many of other
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by Tural

take only the word guard. we only guard those things which are in front or important
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by workshop

When a minister or dignitary person goes out, his VAN is GUARDED by ADVANCE
FORCES.
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by KSahoo

Vanguard and foreground sound somewhat similar...vanguard is the foremost part of an


army...foreground is something that is nearest to the observer...so both terms refer to
something closeby
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by pushpa_edit

vantage
Short Definition : position giving an advantage (such as a strategic point); CF.
vantagepoint

Definition
(noun) place or situation affording some advantage (especially a comprehensive view or
commanding perspective)

Definition
(noun) the quality of having a superior or more favorable position
Synonyms : advantage
Example Sentence
the experience gave him the advantage over me

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vantage

In the movie "Vantage Point" the hero has an ad-vantage over the villain.
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by nikhilgirdhar
ad.vantage
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by friendofafriend

From the movie VANTAGE POINT ... a place from where evrything can be seen...
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by niloy.ray2006

van+advantage-van is a great advantage if its raining


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by akanksha.sahu

vapid
Short Definition : lacking liveliness; dull and unimaginative; insipid and flavorless; Ex.
vapid lecture

Definition
(adj) lacking taste or flavor or tang
Synonyms : bland , flat , flavorless , flavourless , insipid , savorless ,
savourless
Example Sentence
a bland diet
insipid hospital food
flavorless supermarket tomatoes
vapid beer
vapid tea

Definition
(adj) lacking significance or liveliness or spirit or zest
Example Sentence
a vapid conversation
a vapid smile
a bunch of vapid schoolgirls

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vapid


vapid sounds similar to rapid(~ very rapid)... If you cook in a rapid manner, you may
spoil the taste of the food, or say, when you eat rapidly..you may not get the taste of the
food.
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by Administrator

Vapid is not Rapid and hence


dull.....
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by nileshdive

antonym of rapid--vapid
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by userdce

VAPID....VAPour......vapour are vapid in nature as they does nt have any significance......


vap..VAPPA..WINE...which is insipid in taste,.....
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by preetisoni2411

Vapid sounds like 'Vaaipaadu' in tamil which means Numerical Tables. 5 tables, 6 tables
etc. Which are btw boring .
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by pradepkumar

rapids are not vapid, rapids are bumpy not flat.


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by avarx

Va-pid :vammo pidasa kattukupoyindiga pappu,Inkatha taste emuntundi.2.alaa pidasa


kattukupoyinattuga koorchunnttunnav boring ga
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by bbrave
vaporize
Short Definition : turn into vapor (steam, gas, fog, etc.)

Definition
(verb) kill with or as if with a burst of gunfire or electric current or as if by shooting
Synonyms : zap
Example Sentence
in this computer game, space travellers are vaporized by aliens

Definition
(verb) turn into gas
Synonyms : aerify , gasify , vaporise
Example Sentence
The substance gasified

Definition
(verb) lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue
Synonyms : evaporate , vaporise
Example Sentence
evaporate milk

Definition
(verb) decrease rapidly and disappear
Synonyms : fly , vanish
Example Sentence
the money vanished in las Vegas
all my stock assets have vaporized

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vaporize

Materialise is the opposite of vaporize. Vaporize is to diappear whereas materialise is to


come into existence.
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by pushpa_edit

variegate
Short Definition : change the appearance of (by marking with different colors)

Definition
(verb) change the appearance of, especially by marking with different colors

Definition
(verb) make something more diverse and varied
Synonyms : motley , vary
Example Sentence
Vary the menu

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for variegate

variegate: add variety to an object by making it in many colours. variegate==variety


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by it's_me

If we drop the letter 'g' and take the word as varied+ate...they ATE from a VARIED range
of foodstuff.
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by pushpa_edit

variety at the gate:i.e changing appearance


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by melstra

variegated
Short Definition : (esp. of a flower or leaf) many-colored

Definition
(adj) having a variety of colors
Synonyms : varicolored , varicoloured

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for variegated

varie(various)-gated(gates)... the gates are of various colors..


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by kruthikamurthy

variety+ate=variegated.our meal consists variety[chappatis,vegetables etc]...alll are of


different colour
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by elixir

VARY+ATED...when we eat different type of food,our shit is variegated


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by nileshdive

varnish
Short Definition : paint used to coat a surface with a glossy film; glossy coating
produced by using this substance; Ex. nail varnish; V.

Definition
(noun) a coating that provides a hard, lustrous, transparent finish to a surface

Definition
(verb) cover with varnish
Synonyms : seal

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for varnish

we paint to va(r)nish impurity


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by gremadness

Tarnish is the opposite of Varnish. Varnish gives lustre to something (mainly woodwork)
and tarnish (dull) is the lack of lustre.
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by pushpa_edit
garnish means to decorate; varnish means to decorate by POLISHING
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by nikhilparasher

u warnish something thats tarnished


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by friendofafriend

vassal
Short Definition : in feudalism, one who held land of a superior lord; subordinate or
dependent

Definition
(noun) a person holding a fief; a person who owes allegiance and service to a feudal lord
Synonyms : feudatory , liege , liege subject , liegeman

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vassal

Sounds like vasool. One who has to give a vasool is a vassal.


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by garrulous

sounds like fasal(hindi anaz).. so a person in feudal system who can cultivate under him
and reprent them to king
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by hritupon

Vassal and vessel are similar in sound. A vassal (slave) carries the vessels (utensils) to the
kitchen.
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by pushpa_edit

The King gifted vessels to his vassals


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by bugmenot

Simply relate it to vasool which is taken from ordinary public.


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by shaktipada

veer
Short Definition : change in direction; swerve

Definition
(verb) turn sharply; change direction abruptly
Synonyms : curve , cut , sheer , slew , slue , swerve , trend
Example Sentence
The car cut to the left at the intersection
The motorbike veered to the right

Definition
(verb) shift to a clockwise direction
Example Sentence
the wind veered

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for veer

Veer and steer are rhyming words. Veer means to change direction and steer means to
direct the course of, guide.
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by pushpa_edit

veer yodha ne HAR DIRECTION CHANGE kar kar ke apne enemy ko maara
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by sahnesh

After taking BEER all directions change!!!


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by manojative

veer means hill which is frightening hence when u saw it u change the direction
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by funman

VEER ne aisa TEER mara DIRECTION HI CHANGE HO GAYA ! LOLA


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by rohan_1985

VEER hindi movie...when you think of the movie, you think of Salman whose behaviour,
course,opinion always change
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by nileshdive

VEER is similar to BEER ... after drinking beer you swerve and change direction rapidly
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by pintu89

vegetate
Short Definition : live in a monotonous way (without interests or activity); CF.
vegetation: plants of an area; CF. vegetarian; CF. vegan

Definition
(verb) lead a passive existence without using one's body or mind

Definition
(verb) establish vegetation on
Example Sentence
They vegetated the hills behind their house
Definition
(verb) produce vegetation
Example Sentence
The fields vegetate vigorously

Definition
(verb) grow like a plant
Example Sentence
This fungus usually vegetates vigorously

Definition
(verb) grow or spread abnormally
Example Sentence
warts and polyps can vegetate if not removed

Definition
(verb) propagate asexually
Example Sentence
The bacterial growth vegetated along

Definition
(verb) engage in passive relaxation
Synonyms : vege out
Example Sentence
After a hard day's work, I vegetate in front of the television

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vegetate

relate it to vegetarian = one who never takes meat or any of its products but only
vegetables therefore has a monotonous taste of food.
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by saba

Vegetate and hibernate are similar in sound. Vegetate means, to live an uneventful life,
while hibernate (animals do this) means to go to sleep for a period of time. Therefore
both words show inactivity.
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by pushpa_edit

grow (verb suffix ate ) like a vegeta-BLE


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by onno manush

vehement
Short Definition : forceful; intensely emotional; with marked vigor; strong; N.
vehemence

Definition
(adj) marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions; inclined to react violently;
fervid
Synonyms : fierce , tearing , trigger-happy , violent
Example Sentence
fierce loyalty
in a tearing rage
vehement dislike
violent passions

Definition
(adj) characterized by great force or energy
Example Sentence
vehement deluges of rain
vehement clapping
a vehement defense

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vehement

Vehement resembles cement i.e. strong, forceful (cement expands inwards with immense
pressure and force) vehement == cement.
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by nikhilgirdhar

ve(very)+he+men; try to remember as very manly; full of energy


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by Born2GRE

Vehement and turbulent are the same as they both mean- violent, fierce.
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by pushpa_edit

VEHEMENT=VE+HE+MENT...when Imran Hashmi saw a Angelina Jolie he bcame


INTENSELY EMOTIONAL and WITH MARKED VIGOR he said .."I wanna kiss u in
front of the camera...!"...HE MENT (VEHEMENT)..."i wanna do a film with u"........;)
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by verbal800

Ve+Heman: Villain+Heman->Villain fought wid Heman violently, forcefully and


intensely
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by balajicoolstar

1st part is like vim - character of mahabharat. so its forceful and vigorous.
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by ashish_ars

vehement: heman is strong and violent against devil & creates turbulance.
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by shaktipada

{a vehicle stuck in cement vehemently accelerates to flee}

velocity
Short Definition : speed

Definition
(noun) distance travelled per unit time
Synonyms : speed
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for velocity

Velocity and rapidity are both significant of speed.


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by pushpa_edit

venal
Short Definition : capable of being bribed; corrupt; CF. vernal

Definition
(adj) capable of being corrupted
Synonyms : bribable , corruptible , dishonest , purchasable
Example Sentence
corruptible judges
dishonest politicians
a purchasable senator
a venal police officer

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venal

ve + nal = we null ....we can be easily bribed when we are null in terms of money ...
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by bandalkaran

venal & penal are rhyming words..as penal is something related to crime..in that way we
can remember venal as a crime(corruption).
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by tariq431

venal is somewhat related to veins that carries blood.a person taking bribes from poor is
nothing but their blood sucker
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by mit006

The guy is venal because he has to pay dowry for her sister "menal's" marriage.
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by karan_p@iitb.ac.in

Venal can be related to vain which carries impure or bad blood ... corruption is also bad
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by pintu89

venal sound like binash, from binash---> binosto (corrupted)


2 0

by abdullah71

v(we)+ en(enable) + al(all)by means of money i.e making dishonest.


2 0

by shaktipada

sounds like villain which is corrupt person..behen ke lodo.........


2 4

by manish_triveni

venal: ve = we(wealth) is like Nal(hindi : means the tool inserted in horse nose to control
him) for him i.e u can control him by money : corruptable
1 9

by wolverine_goin_homeland

VENAL: Combination of two words. Very pENAL. PENAL relates to bad crimes that are
punishable. Corruption is a good representation of such Very pENAL or VENAL deed.
1 0

by cheeseqo

(LiL bit Abusing)venal=Chinal.Chinal is always corrupted


1 0

by LokeshM
Venal and disloyal are similar in sound and both mean... dishonesty.
0 22

by pushpa_edit

NAL=(National aeronautic limited) V.E(like VP) of NAL is easily corruptable


0 18

by hritupon

Rhymes with LEND I CAN'T. A mendicant is unable to lend money.


0 1

by Lukas

you have destroyed your life in venal i.e without doing anything.
0 0

by shaktipada

venal - ve(we)+al(all) being bribe and corrupted


0 0

by sansecretcp

Kings of corruption often end up dead or imprisoned- eVEN AL capone.


0 0

by sushi

vendetta
Short Definition : blood feud (esp. between two families); CF. Nina Williams

Definition
(noun) a feud in which members of the opposing parties murder each other
Synonyms : blood feud

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vendetta


Ven (when)- d (the)- etta (attack)....when they attack each other they are in vendetta.
16 4

by pushpa_edit

'v for vendetta' :) ~ vengeance


10 8

by namaskar

vendetta = when + death + accurs (occurs). so ask urself a question that WHEN --------
OCCURS DEATH OCCURS. u ll answer when a fight or conflict occurs death occurs.
VEN conflict occurs DEath (A)occurs.
5 6

by arulmozhi

think of vendetaa which sounds like cassata filed with blood instead of stwawberiies
1 17

by dr_gauravsuneja

ven koi kuch detta hai to ladai hota hai


1 8

by 1.6k

vann + devata >>> vann devata ka jabb prakop hota hai taab saab jagli janwarr tumhe
maarne ke liye aate hai,, aur tumm kitana bhi unako maaro woh tumhe maar karr hi
rehate hai..
1 0

by RajeshBorkar

vendetta - ven(vendam in tamil)+detta(cut him in tamil). So dont take revenge


0 0

by sansecretcp

vendor
Short Definition : seller

Definition
(noun) someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
Synonyms : marketer , seller , trafficker , vender

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vendor

Vendor and peddler are both sellers who sell their products.
0 0

by pushpa_edit

veneer
Short Definition : thin surface layer (of good quality wood, glued to a base of inferior
material); cover; surface show; fac{c}ade; V.

Definition
(noun) coating consisting of a thin layer of superior wood glued to a base of inferior
wood
Synonyms : veneering

Definition
(noun) an ornamental coating to a building
Synonyms : facing

Definition
(verb) cover with veneer
Example Sentence
veneer the furniture to protect it

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for veneer

veneer .. in hindi neer means water .. so ve-neer seems like Be Neer .. Be water .. thin
layer like that of water .. hence the meaning
21 31

by wingdeng

surface of PANEER is very VANEER


12 23

by userdce

veneer sounds like elaneer (tender coconut). and inside elaneer there ll be a thin layer of
white edible coconut. so veneer = thin layer
12 11

by arulmozhi

Your friend saw your furniture and was awed. He asked "when" it was bought, to which
you replied " a year" ago. It looks new because of the "veneer"
6 17

by garrulous

: when VE(we) travel in train, VE(we) get railNEER, which has a thin covering outside to
decorate
6 2

by nikhilparasher

veneer:ven(when)+eer(beer).so my mother caught me and asked me when did u drink


beer as i could not COVER it before her.
5 2

by gre_10

ve=we + neer (pani=water in hindi),we have coated thin layer of water on wall to test this
water proof paint.
3 4

by omganesh

(looking) very new because of outer layer


3 6

by zabed.akbar

sounds like thiner for paint..........which is usually creats a thin layer if used solo
0 0

by zahirsohag23

venerate - vener(hot water in tamil). So will cover hand with a thin layer of cloth for
safety
0 0

by sansecretcp

venerable
Short Definition : deserving high respect; commanding respect; CF. command: deserve
and get

Definition
(adj) impressive by reason of age
Example Sentence
a venerable sage with white hair and beard

Definition
(adj) profoundly honored
Synonyms : august , revered
Example Sentence
revered holy men

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venerable

venerable==honourable
25 12

by nasri
VANAR(monkeys in the Ramayana ) were ABLE to respect HANUMAN because he was
the strongest of them all.
15 10

by userdce

Venerable politicians are vulnerable to attacks because they are savory.


5 4

by amolge

VULNERABLE innocent tigers must be made venerable to protect them


2 0

by nileshdive

its similar to vunerable in the sense that it stands for old which is somewhat vunerable.its
opposite to vunerable in the sense that it is respectful as opposite to vuneramle which is
generally not respected
1 3

by mit006

when + able >>> when u r an ABLE, people will HONOR U and RESPECT U...
0 0

by RajeshBorkar

venerate - vener(hot water in tamil). Give high respect or else will pour hot
0 0

by sansecretcp

venerate
Short Definition : revere; treat with great respect

Definition
(verb) regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be
in awe of
Synonyms : fear , revere , reverence
Example Sentence
Fear God as your father
We venerate genius

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venerate

ven(..when)U RATE someone higher.. you TREAT THEM WITH RESPECT .


71 3

by kvsharat

vanar who ate the mountain - hanuman - we revere him


10 0

by dark_lord

venerate is like( V RATE) u know if channel v rates somebody it would be idolized,


adorable or respected personality
5 3

by bishalbhatt

venerate - vener(hot water in tamil). Give high respect or pour hot water
0 0

by sansecretcp

venial
Short Definition : (of a fault or sin) forgivable; trivial

Definition
(adj) warranting only temporal punishment
Synonyms : minor
Example Sentence
venial sin

Definition
(adj) easily excused or forgiven
Synonyms : excusable , forgivable
Example Sentence
a venial error

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venial

key word is menial. We forgive someone for menial mistakes.


30 13

by amolge

ven + ial (ill) when child is ill, his mischievousness is forgiveable


14 5

by himmy

replace the first word with d and the word "denial" means to deny something or give
excuse to something
6 20

by anshAVI

Remember "venal" - it is pertaining to sin. This is also pertaining to sin.


5 26

by garrulous

Venial--replace v with d..ie denial means rejecting the request ..so contradictory to denial
means venial means accepting (forgiving) someone
5 7

by tariq431

the ability to forgive runs through our VEINS


3 7

by deepak27_krishnakumar

venial == i + venal (i.e only difference is an 'i'), which u can expand as ignore+ venal
(crime)== forgive
3 2

by sridif
a menial job at the start of your career is venial enough.. but a menial job after years of
experience is worth a rebuke
3 1

by rdrd

VEIN is very thin....when you see a VENIAL(very thin like vein) person, you will pardon
him
3 0

by nileshdive

Someone Genial will consider an offense as Venial.


1 4

by farzan

if you hit someone in an artery- OH MY GOD BLOOD EVERYWHERE. But in the


VEIN? Well, that's venial.
1 6

by tymothy

venial comes from Venus which is all about sexual desire.. It is a trivial thing and also
someone indulging in such crimes cannot be forgiven
1 2

by prash_kimi

venial - ve+nial-> we people nailed Jesus but he readily forgived,pardon all


1 0

by sansecretcp

sounds like DENIAL which means refusing to comply and VENIAL is opposite of it..
0 5

by manojative

venial->lenial->lenient. U can be lenient with a person who has committed venial error
0 1

by aroraraman309

Venial = ven + i + al; ven comes so let i have to left the all people.
0 0

by shaktipada

(ven)When (ial)ill you are pardoned of your mistakes


0 0

by mnemonikar

Venial and pardonable both refer to forgiveable, excuseable.h


0 8

by pushpa_edit

venison
Short Definition : meat of a deer; CF. cow: beef; CF. pig: pork, ham, bacon; CF. calf:
veal; CF. sheep: mutton; CF. lamb: lamb

Definition
(noun) meat from a deer used as food

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venison

remember like this (krishna)veni's son eats meat of deer


15 23

by cool_123

Veni's son is so very dear to her...he likes meat..she wants to feed Him with DEER
MEAT..so DEER MEAT for DEAR
5 17

by garsone_kill
Venison sounds like Bison.
4 10

by subhasish

ven is your son's bday, we'll have deer.


4 9

by ank_85

WHEN IS SUNDAY, sunday is party time, so we will eat meat of deer


1 6

by mohitpanwar2007

venom
Short Definition : poison (of an animal); hatred; Ex. remarks full of venom; ADJ.
venomous

Definition
(noun) toxin secreted by animals; secreted by certain snakes and poisonous insects (e.g.,
spiders and scorpions)

Definition
(noun) feeling a need to see others suffer
Synonyms : malice , maliciousness , spite , spitefulness

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venom

Venom and potassium are rhyming words and they both mean, poison.
0 7

by pushpa_edit

V+(nom)normally hate if v do not get what v want...i.e.extreme hatred


0 4

by vivacious
vent
Short Definition : release or discharge through a vent; express (esp. unfairly); utter; Ex.
He vented his wrath on his family.

Definition
(noun) a hole for the escape of gas or air
Synonyms : blowhole , vent-hole , venthole

Definition
(noun) external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate

Definition
(noun) a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which
molten lava and gases erupt
Synonyms : volcano

Definition
(noun) a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)

Definition
(noun) activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion
Synonyms : outlet , release
Example Sentence
she had no other outlet for her feelings
he gave vent to his anger

Definition
(verb) give expression or utterance to
Synonyms : give vent , ventilate
Example Sentence
She vented her anger
The graduates gave vent to cheers
Definition
(verb) expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen
Synonyms : air , air out , ventilate
Example Sentence
air the old winter clothes
air out the smoke-filled rooms

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vent

He WENT out through the VENT.


15 3

by userdce

vent means ventilation that is a hole used to let air in and out
9 0

by shrenik

Vent means is to Express some thing...so dudes remember like diz.... You Vent in
"Express" Bus to your place..... hence vent is to express something
8 4

by arunpeddi

vent has 2 meanings


1. to let out air 2. to let out emotions
3 1

by friendofafriend

relate vent to invent means to "express" creativity , but here in the sense unfairy
1 1

by nataraj_mnemonic

Vent can be imagined as ventilation system in which unwanted air is thrown out...just as
unwanted feelings like anger is expressed out of our mouth...
1 0

by bugmenot
Vent and casement are similar in sound and meaning...they both mean, an opening.
0 2

by pushpa_edit

vent~ventilator through which we get air :)


0 0

by pramodkalvala

ventilate
Short Definition : admit fresh air into to replace stale air

Definition
(verb) expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen
Synonyms : air , air out , vent
Example Sentence
air the old winter clothes
air out the smoke-filled rooms

Definition
(verb) expose to the circulation of fresh air so as to retard spoilage
Example Sentence
Wheat should be well ventilated

Definition
(verb) circulate through and freshen
Example Sentence
The gust of air ventilated the room

Definition
(verb) give expression or utterance to
Synonyms : give vent , vent
Example Sentence
She vented her anger
The graduates gave vent to cheers
Definition
(verb) furnish with an opening to allow air to circulate or gas to escape
Example Sentence
The architect did not think about ventilating the storage space

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for ventilate

Ventilate and levitate are similar in sound and both relate to the air. Ventilate means to
allow the air to come in, while levitate means to rise or cause to rise and float on air.
0 2

by pushpa_edit

ventral
Short Definition : abdominal

Definition
(adj) toward or on or near the belly (front of a primate or lower surface of a lower animal)
Example Sentence
the ventral aspect of the human body
the liver is somewhat ventral in position
ventral (or pelvic) fins correspond to the hind limbs of a quadruped

Definition
(adj) nearest to or facing toward the axis of an organ or organism
Synonyms : adaxial
Example Sentence
the upper side of a leaf is known as the adaxial surface

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for ventral

ventral--> "central", for example the abdomen which is in the central part of the body.
30 2

by carora3

when you have breakdown in your central nervous system, u are put on ventilator...
1 1

by RajeshBorkar

vent on the upper side of the tree leaves


1 0

by sansecretcp

ventriloquist
Short Definition : someone who can make his or her voice seem to come from another
person or thing (without moving lips or jaws); N. ventriloquism, ventriloquy

Definition
(noun) a performer who projects the voice into a wooden dummy

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for ventriloquist

Ventriloquist and vocalist sound the same and they refer to the vocal chords. A
vantriloquist is an entertainer who can throw his voice in such a manner that it seems to
be coming from a puppet, a vocalist refers to a singer
7 3

by pushpa_edit

with the help of bimal's mnemonic ~ ventriloquist = ventral + loquist = speaking from
stomach
3 1

by friendofafriend

ventriloquist contains tri(tree) + loquist eans tree mein bolne wala means produce voice
in wooden
2 1

by rajmech.KUMAR1

venture
Short Definition : risk; expose to risk; dare; undertake a risk; N.

Definition
(noun) any venturesome undertaking especially one with an uncertain outcome

Definition
(noun) an investment that is very risky but could yield great profits
Synonyms : speculation
Example Sentence
he knew the stock was a speculation when he bought it

Definition
(noun) a commercial undertaking that risks a loss but promises a profit

Definition
(verb) proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers
Synonyms : embark
Example Sentence
We ventured into the world of high-tech and bought a supercomputer

Definition
(verb) put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation
Synonyms : guess , hazard , pretend
Example Sentence
I am guessing that the price of real estate will rise again
I cannot pretend to say that you are wrong

Definition
(verb) put at risk
Synonyms : adventure , hazard , jeopardize , stake
Example Sentence
I will stake my good reputation for this

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venture

AD+VENTURE=which is exiting but full of risks and daring things.


25 0

by sahnesh

long drive in venture care is taking risk


0 0

by sansecretcp

venturesome
Short Definition : (of a person) bold; adventurous; daring; (of an action) risky

Definition
(adj) disposed to venture or take risks
Synonyms : audacious , daring , venturous
Example Sentence
audacious visions of the total conquest of space
an audacious interpretation of two Jacobean dramas
the most daring of contemporary fiction writers
a venturesome investor
a venturous spirit

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venturesome

if u want to do an adventurous act of climbing hills , then u should be brave , bold


enough. venturesome = adventure + some bravery.
6 0

by arulmozhi

venturesome sounds like adventure + some which means taking risks and be bold
4 0

by pallavi_limat

Venture +some... you VENTURE out on expeditions only if you want to add SOME
courageous incidents to your life.
2 0

by pushpa_edit
drive venture in some 120 speed to feel the adventure and risk
0 0

by sansecretcp

venue
Short Definition : location; place (of a crime, trial, gathering, etc.); CF. come

Definition
(noun) the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
Synonyms : locale , locus

Definition
(noun) in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venue

VE + NUE -- VERY + NEW...this venue has recently been added.. it is very new.
0 1

by pushpa_edit

veracious
Short Definition : (of a person) truthful

Definition
(adj) habitually speaking the truth
Example Sentence
a veracious witness

Definition
(adj) precisely accurate
Synonyms : right
Example Sentence
a veracious account

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for veracious

the root word 'VER' refers to true.. hence we can frame words like: veracious - truthful
and verisimilitude - an appearence of truth.
31 6

by kvsharat

VERAcious...VEERA always tells truth :)


10 2

by massb

Mendacious is the opposite of veracious. Mendacious is falsehood and veracious means


truthful.
3 9

by pushpa_edit

-One who always tells truth, people got


deaf(), because truth is bitter.
3 18

by yogendra.rai.UJJAIN

ve=we + racious=race, so we nigro race people are always truthful & honest.

veracity
Short Definition : truthfulness; adherence to the truth

Definition
(noun) unwillingness to tell lies

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for veracity


veracity and voracity were two cities, people of vora city used to eat too much and people
of vera city used to tell truth about their fattiness, which caused differences between two
cities (in this way you can remem. both words)
27 2

by everlasting.puneet

U must have the audacity to exhibit veracity!!!audacity means courage...veracity means


truthfulness......(2 words at a go)
20 7

by srinpraveen

ver=truth so truthfulness or honesty


7 12

by chaitanya402

VERITASERUM...a potion in harry potter which is used to make ppl tell truth is derived
from this word!!!
3 3

by psruthishalini

Veracity and sincerity are both synonyms of the word truthful.


2 10

by pushpa_edit

VERUS is a Latin root for true....


2 3

by nileshdive

veracity rhymes with accuracy ...(sing it)


1 17

by msrn

vera=veer in hindi veer is powerful person) + city, so in vera city every thing is truthful.
1 4

by omganesh

veracity (verify + accuracy) = truthful


1 3

by cmor15

VERAcity...VEERA always tells truthful city :)


1 0

by sansecretcp

verbalize
Short Definition : put into words; ADJ. verbal: of words; spoken rather than written;
oral; of a verb

Definition
(verb) be verbose
Synonyms : verbalise
Example Sentence
This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious

Definition
(verb) express in speech
Synonyms : mouth , speak , talk , utter , verbalise
Example Sentence
She talks a lot of nonsense
This depressed patient does not verbalize

Definition
(verb) articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
Synonyms : express , give tongue to , utter , verbalise
Example Sentence
She expressed her anger
He uttered a curse
Definition
(verb) convert into a verb
Synonyms : verbalise
Example Sentence
many English nouns have become verbalized

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verbalize

verbal-->words hence verabalize is put into words


2 0

by satishvudaru

Verbalize and sermonize sound the same and mean, a speech.


0 1

by pushpa_edit

verbatim
Short Definition : word for word; in the same words; repeating the actual words exactly

Definition
(adj) in precisely the same words used by a writer or speaker
Synonyms : direct
Example Sentence
a direct quotation
repeated their dialog verbatim

Definition
(adv) using exactly the same words
Synonyms : word for word
Example Sentence
he repeated her remarks verbatim

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verbatim

VERBAL+ IMITATION.......VERBAT+IMitation
15 0

by nileshdive

verbatim = verbat(verbal) + im(important) .... an important talk should be reported word


for word .....
9 3

by prashant_616

Verbatim is like immitation...both words signify, to copy.


0 6

by pushpa_edit

verb+atim = hatim, so verd used by hatim was repeated word to word by him.
0 3

by omganesh

verb-at-im - verb at immitation using same words


0 1

by Rajesh9986

verbiage
Short Definition : pompous array of words; too many unnecessary words; wordiness

Definition
(noun) overabundance of words
Synonyms : verbalism

Definition
(noun) the manner in which something is expressed in words
Synonyms : choice of words , diction , phraseology , phrasing , wording
Example Sentence
use concise military verbiage
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verbiage

VERBIAGE IS A GARBAGE OF WORDS.


38 1

by iamkrazee

Can be split into verb + age, usually aged people speak a lot.
4 0

by Goks

verbiage--verb+i+age--a person who is using verbs(words)ten times more of his age.


2 3

by preetisoni2411

verbiage is garbage of verbs(or words) i.e excessive


1 0

by rajatjain14

relate it to VERBOSE
1 2

by nandy85

Verbiage can be phrased and rephrased into smaller words such as verb,age, beige, big,
and so on, thereby giving you a choice of words (verbiage).
0 2

by pushpa_edit

verb+iage VERBusAGEusing lot of verbs(words)


0 0

by nikhilparasher

VERBal+AGE =with age u gain more control on the verbal part and can use a pompous
array of words.
0 0

by Fardin

verbose
Short Definition : wordy; N. verbosity

Definition
(adj) using or containing too many words
Synonyms : long-winded , tedious , windy , wordy
Example Sentence
long-winded (or windy) speakers
verbose and ineffective instructional methods
newspapers of the day printed long wordy editorials
proceedings were delayed by wordy disputes

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verbose

VER for verbal BOSE for boss; so you may say that your boss is excessively verbal.
9 2

by mamun_401@yahoo.com

verb + ose ..hence can be related to verbal and hence word


3 5

by rihaan

relate it to "Verbal",as verbally we go for words to convey our msg,so verbose is with lots
of words(wordy)
3 3

by saba

verbal overdose:i.e. too many words giving overdose


2 0

by laaptu
break it as verb->words and ose->ooze ..words are ozig out
0 4

by meetnish

verb obesity
0 1

by melstra

overdose of verbs == verbose


0 0

by shbf

verdant
Short Definition : green; covered with green plants or grass; lush in vegetation; Ex.
verdant meadows

Definition
(adj) characterized by abundance of verdure

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verdant

Animals with BADA DANT eat greenery.


25 18

by userdce

ver = true verd = green verb = words


14 20

by garrulous

VARDAAN(blessing)...green colour is ablessing...green vegetables,trees,hills....


6 0

by nileshdive
Its a VERDAN to sit on grass, away from this fast,hectic,competitive life ! isnt it?
5 11

by gatz_funky

Verdant (greenery) and exuberant (growing profusely)...the exuberant wild flowers of the
verdant rain forest.
3 8

by pushpa_edit

simple here the clue is green ,right??hav you ever imagined or have seen a weird+ant
which is green in color??
3 0

by amarendar

'verdant'='verdure'+'ant'; '-ant' means 'full of' so 'verdant' means full of verdure.


1 9

by Born2GRE

verdant - coVER the dent in the bus with green leaves

verdigris
Short Definition : green coating or patina on copper which has been exposed to the
weather

Definition
(noun) a blue or green powder used as a paint pigment
Synonyms : cupric acetate

Definition
(noun) a green patina that forms on copper or brass or bronze that has been exposed to the
air or water for long periods of time

Definition
(verb) color verdigris
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verdigris

verd means green and take gris as grease. So, a coating of a green colour on metal.
23 2

by sahnesh

Verdigris- break into very + degree... they coloured the walls GREEN to a VERY mild
DEGREE.
2 7

by pushpa_edit

Verdigris = Verdi + Gris; There is a Gris in the Verdi means at the dress i.e a spot.
1 0

by shaktipada

river stone dig & rinse will have green layer(paasi in tamil)
1 0

by sansecretcp

break it up to worthy+greese so basically if u forget that it is supposed to get a green


colored effect after it has been exposed to air or water u can still make it out from greese
that something has been too rusty
0 4

by vivekkarumudi

verge
Short Definition : border; edge, rim, or margin; Ex. on the verge of: very near to; V:
border on

Definition
(noun) a region marking a boundary
Synonyms : brink , threshold
Definition
(noun) the limit beyond which something happens or changes
Synonyms : brink
Example Sentence
on the verge of tears
on the brink of bankruptcy

Definition
(noun) a ceremonial or emblematic staff
Synonyms : scepter , sceptre , wand

Definition
(noun) a grass border along a road

Definition
(verb) border on; come close to
Example Sentence
His behavior verges on the criminal

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verge

Assume VER(very)+ge(edge)= very edge means edge,border,margin,etc.,


11 2

by nataraj_mnemonic

VERGE...VERGED AND EMERGED. The cops verged in (came close) on the thieves as
soon as they emerged (came out of) from their hideout.
0 4

by pushpa_edit

verisimilar
Short Definition : having the appearance of truth or reality; probable or likely to be true;
plausible
Definition
(adj) appearing to be true or real
Example Sentence
a verisimilar tale

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verisimilar

veri - truth remember veriserum from Harry Potter which makes u tell the truth even if u
drin a drop of it
10 6

by chsnmurthy

verisimilar = very + similar. when two flowers (or any thing )look alike we ll tell that
these two are very similar. so we cant find which one is real flower and which one is
artificial. so the verisimilar flower looks alike
4 1

by arulmozhi

Verisimilar... facsimile (an exact copy of something) is the opposite of verisimilar ( a true
picture).
1 3

by pushpa_edit

versi= truth and attitude (apperance of thruth)


0 1

by cyli

verisimilitude
Short Definition : appearance of truth; quality of appearing to be true or real; likelihood;
Ex. verisimilitude of her performance as Lady Macbeth

Definition
(noun) the appearance of truth; the quality of seeming to be true
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verisimilitude

ver + similar + tude; 'ver' means true and 'tude' means a state, so 'verisimilitude'means
'the state of being true'.
9 2

by Born2GRE

Verisimilitude..very + similar + attitude... she tried to put up a very similar attitude....


(verisimilitude..try to put up an appearance).
6 3

by pushpa_edit

veri + simili + tude : very similar to truth. Therefore, quality of seeming truth.
4 0

by imfrmheaven

VERISIMILITUDE=VERITY+SIMILITUDE. In other words, VERITY confirmed by


APPEARANCE.
3 2

by dshefman

ver (truth) + similitude >>> similar to truth..


1 1

by RajeshBorkar

very + simple + dude in party as real and truth appearance


0 0

by sansecretcp

veritable
Short Definition : being truly so; real or genuine; actual; not false or imaginary

Definition
(adj) often used as intensifiers
Synonyms : regular
Example Sentence
a regular morass of details
a regular nincompoop
he's a veritable swine

Definition
(adj) not counterfeit or copied
Synonyms : authentic , bona fide , unquestionable
Example Sentence
an authentic signature
a bona fide manuscript
an unquestionable antique
photographs taken in a veritable bull ring

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for veritable

veritable--veri(verify)+table--something that is true can be verified.


12 1

by preetisoni2411

it is derived from the root word "ver" which means TRUTH.. hence veritable refers to
BEING TRUE / GENUINE
7 3

by kvsharat

veritable = verifiable... something verifiable shud be genuine and true..


2 0

by Sinduja

veritable ... very true


1 1

by SHAKAL

This is the veri Table i showed you yesterday .. Not a counterfeit!


1 0

by rahularoradce

Veritable and literal sound the same and they both mean, exact..not an exaggerated form
of something.
0 4

by pushpa_edit

verified + table >> the tables sold in furniture malls is verified and certified teak wood
tables, and not fake or duplicate...
0 0

by RajeshBorkar

Veritable : Vegetable -- Can you copy or make a counterfeit of Vegetable ?? no it is


veritable...
0 0

by waheedsid

verifying a math table is not required its genuine.


0 0

by sansecretcp

verity
Short Definition : quality of being true; lasting truth or principle; Ex. the verity of his
testimony; Ex. one of the eternal verities

Definition
(noun) conformity to reality or actuality
Synonyms : the true , trueness , truth
Example Sentence
they debated the truth of the proposition
the situation brought home to us the blunt truth of the military threat
he was famous for the truth of his portraits
he turned to religion in his search for eternal verities
Definition
(noun) an enduring or necessary ethical or religious or aesthetic truth

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verity

Pronounce it as "Very T" i.e; very true.


22 1

by Administrator

Verity and reality have similar


sounds. They both mean, the
actual (true) fact not some kind
of fantasy.
1 2

by pushpa_edit

Same as verify.. truth can be verified...

vernacular
Short Definition : living language (as compared to the official language); language
spoken in a country or region; natural style; Ex. lapse into the vernacular

Definition
(noun) a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves)
Synonyms : argot , cant , jargon , lingo , patois , slang
Example Sentence
they don't speak our lingo

Definition
(noun) the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from literary language)

Definition
(adj) being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language
Synonyms : common , vulgar
Example Sentence
common parlance
a vernacular term
vernacular speakers
the vulgar tongue of the masses
the technical and vulgar names for an animal species

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vernacular

Vernacular- verna+cular---
(verna)
(cular) ...:-)
26 22

by yogendra.rai.UJJAIN

Vernacular and particular have the same sounds....each region has its particular
vernacular.
3 21

by pushpa_edit

vernacular - verna--> verma--> verma ji ki language (abstruse punjabi) verma ji hi


jaanein!
2 4

by carbonmonoxide

rhymes with Binocular,with Binocular you can see but can't hear the native language of a
place
2 3

by laaptu

Sounds like "ernaculam"..so local language of enraculam


2 0

by shaikgre

vernacular:- Verna(letter) + cular(air conditioner):- The letter when you speaks give air
conditioner like comfort that cools your body is only the everyone mother tongue.
0 0

by shaktipada
vernal
Short Definition : pertaining to spring

Definition
(adj) suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh
Synonyms : young , youthful
Example Sentence
he is young for his age

Definition
(adj) of or characteristic of or occurring in spring
Example Sentence
the vernal equinox

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vernal

Ver (above) nal (tap of water) (in Marathi, Hindi) -- water falling from the tap which is
above us like rain.
19 35

by bandalkaran

VERNA(l)...Hyundai VERNA has a very powerful engine and an excellent pick up. It
SPRINGS when accelerated.
16 15

by nikki123

Vernal is the opposite of primal. Vernal means something fresh,new, young, whereas
primal means, the primitive (old).
14 9

by pushpa_edit

This is for bio students, vernalisation is to do with flowering, so vernal can be connected
to flowers and thus 'spring'
6 7

by maryannmanavalan

relate to Virginal mean fresh and pure reminds spring


3 4

by zabed.akbar

vernal circle:spring summer autumn winter spring summer....


1 4

by nhatphong

VERNAL also means pertaining to spring VER(up in marathi)...a thing that is pressed
down and comes up is a SPRING
1 2

by nileshdive

the new VERNA looks great... it has new features,fresh like "spring"
1 0

by aditibehl

hundai verna launch new in spring season


1 0

by sansecretcp

Ver (fall, in punjabi) nal (tap of water) (in Hindi) -- water falling from the tap which is
above us --so like a rain thus spring
0 9

by userdce

0 5

by friendofafriend

Ver (true) nal (tap of water) -- water falling from the tap in reality(truly) like rain.
0 0

by nancy.yadav

versatile
Short Definition : having many talents; capable of working in many fields; having many
uses or functions; N. versatility

Definition
(adj) having great diversity or variety
Synonyms : various
Example Sentence
his various achievements are impressive
his vast and versatile erudition

Definition
(adj) changeable or inconstant
Example Sentence
versatile moods

Definition
(adj) competent in many areas and able to turn with ease from one thing to another
Example Sentence
a versatile writer

Definition
(adj) able to move freely in all directions
Example Sentence
an owl's versatile toe can move backward and forward
an insect's versatile antennae can move up and down or laterally
a versatile anther of a flower moves freely in the wind

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for versatile

"Various Attires" or "Various Styles" ...means many forms


3 0

by Thisisnotme

Versatile and mobile sound the same and they both mean, mobility (to be able to move).
1 6

by pushpa_edit

Many talented working at NASA in various + satellite


1 0

by sansecretcp

vertebrate
Short Definition : having a backbone or spinal column; N: group of animals having a
segmented spinal column

Definition
(noun) animals having a bony or cartilaginous skeleton with a segmented spinal column
and a large brain enclosed in a skull or cranium
Synonyms : craniate

Definition
(adj) having a backbone or spinal column
Example Sentence
fishes and amphibians and reptiles and birds and mammals are verbetrate animals

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vertebrate

Vertebrate (having a backbone) is the opposite of invertebrate (without a backbone).


0 6

by pushpa_edit

vertex
Short Definition : summit; highest point; PL. vertices

Definition
(noun) the point of intersection of lines or the point opposite the base of a figure

Definition
(noun) the highest point (of something)
Synonyms : acme , apex , peak
Example Sentence
at the peak of the pyramid

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vertex

vertex ..v er t X(cross) X = intersection of two lines.


2 3

by pushpa_edit

VER+TEX- VADte(increasing) hue TAX have gone to highest point this year.
0 0

by userdce

The upper vertex(corner) of the pyramid is its highest point.


0 0

by pcsjith

vertigo
Short Definition : severe dizziness; giddiness

Definition
(noun) a reeling sensation; a feeling that you are about to fall
Synonyms : dizziness , giddiness , lightheadedness

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vertigo


sounds like WHERE-2-GO.. so when you dont know where to go, u feel a SEVERE
DIZZINESS out of confusion
32 0

by jahnavi89

Vert represents height. When you look down from a great height, you tend to get dizzy.
16 4

by garrulous

VERT(vertical)GO(to go) u get dizziness


4 2

by yastej

Vertigo and tornado have something in common... they both, twirl. Vertigo twirls in your
head, making you feel dizzy while a tornado comes like a twirling storm.
1 4

by pushpa_edit

When u VERTIcally GO up to some height...u feel, head spinning round and unable to
balance i.e DIZZINESS
1 0

by KSahoo

travelling in vErtigo car in height will make you feel giddiness


1 0

by sansecretcp

vertigo: vert = vertcal , go = fall , so it is fear from falling vertically.


0 1

by noyon

vertex+go.. that u are falling from a vertex .. means u r dizz..

verve
Short Definition : enthusiasm (as in artistic performance or composition); liveliness;
vigor

Definition
(noun) an energetic style
Synonyms : vitality

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for verve

Opposite is nerve (nervous)


46 6

by garrulous

verve ... sounds life river which flow with enthusiasm


2 9

by SHAKAL

there is a magazine called "verve"...we often use the term vervy..


1 0

by aditibehl

serve is an enthusiast art learn from literature


1 0

by sansecretcp

some1 who has a nerve to do lively and rich things


0 3

by friendofafriend

verve origin is from vigor... so vigor to serve is verve


0 0

by nancy.yadav

vestige
Short Definition : trace; remains; Ex. vestiges of some ancient religion

Definition
(noun) an indication that something has been present
Synonyms : shadow , tincture , trace
Example Sentence
there wasn't a trace of evidence for the claim
a tincture of condescension

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vestige

think of in + vestigate, where we look for traces or remains of something.


94 1

by gremadness

sounds like wastage which is the remains of something.


17 6

by cp.jethani

think of prestige... the historical monuments that are still there are a vestige
2 2

by 1.6k

Think if Investigation. While investigating, one traces truth


1 2

by aravindhbaskaran

sound like wastage....appendix in human beings is a wastage coz its of no use....hence


VESTIGE
1 0

by nileshdive

like vestigial organs are trace elements of evolution


1 0

by asthete01
Vestige ... make it vestigial and compare it to journal. They both refer to a record or trace
of something.
0 3

by pushpa_edit

veto
Short Definition : vested power to reject a bill; exercise of this right; V: prevent or forbid
by exercising the power of veto

Definition
(noun) a vote that blocks a decision

Definition
(noun) the power or right to prohibit or reject a proposed or intended act (especially the
power of a chief executive to reject a bill passed by the legislature)

Definition
(verb) vote against; refuse to endorse; refuse to assent
Synonyms : blackball , negative
Example Sentence
The President vetoed the bill

Definition
(verb) command against
Synonyms : disallow , forbid , interdict , nix , prohibit , proscribe
Example Sentence
I forbid you to call me late at night
Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store
Dad nixed our plans

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for veto

Veto and vote are opposites. Veto is to prohibit,disallow, while vote means, to approve,
give consent.
7 1

by pushpa_edit

in Indian idol2010 judges used their VETO power to save one of the contestants from
being kicked out
2 0

by nikhilparasher

pota act in india - power to arrest terrorist


0 0

by sansecretcp

vex
Short Definition : annoy; distress

Definition
(verb) cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
Synonyms : annoy , bother , chafe , devil , get at , get to , gravel , irritate ,
nark , nettle , rag , rile
Example Sentence
Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me
It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves

Definition
(verb) disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress
Synonyms : worry
Example Sentence
I cannot sleep--my daughter's health is worrying me

Definition
(verb) change the arrangement or position of
Synonyms : agitate , commove , disturb , raise up , shake up , stir up
Definition
(verb) subject to prolonged examination, discussion, or deliberation
Example Sentence
vex the subject of the death penalty

Definition
(verb) be a mystery or bewildering to
Synonyms : amaze , baffle , beat , bewilder , dumbfound , flummox , get , gravel ,
mystify , nonplus , perplex , pose , puzzle , stick , stupefy
Example Sentence
This beats me!
Got me--I don't know the answer!
a vexing problem
This question really stuck me

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vex

very similar to wax....and LADIES go for waxing, even though it is a very painful and
annoying process.
22 4

by preetisoni2411

Vex and perplex both mean, to confuse.


3 3

by pushpa_edit

Vex and sex..both are confusing :p


2 4

by Reasat

vex : v = very , ex = extrime. anything very extreme is annoying.


1 1

by noyon

V think of our EX, it makes us disturb, irritated and annoys us


0 0

by nikhilparasher

viable
Short Definition : capable of maintaining life; feasible; practical or workable; Ex. viable
scheme

Definition
(adj) capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are
Synonyms : executable , feasible , practicable , workable

Definition
(adj) capable of life or normal growth and development
Example Sentence
viable seeds
a viable fetus

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for viable

SURVIVABLE ! got it?


21 2

by gatz_funky

vi(VIV=LIFE) + ABLE....so some one who is ABLE to live his LIFE.


20 6

by preetisoni2411

via = through or way.... , able = possible..... so its something possible by a certain way or
not! :)
7 1

by ravinderonchopper

via-way : so there is a way, so possible..


1 1

by annn21984

vi+ablevi(we) are able to do this, i.e., feasible


1 0

by nikhilparasher

Viable (to survive)and reviveable (to give new life or strength).


0 2

by pushpa_edit

vi: vision able: capable of able to see means able to live.


0 0

by hn15

viand
Short Definition : food; CF. live

Definition
(noun) a choice or delicious dish

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for viand

"Vindu" in Telugu means "feast". Viand sounds close to "vindu"


29 26

by garrulous

sounds like via hand..wat goes to stomach via hand is food..


17 2

by nandeesht

Y - AND : If it's a CHOICE OR DELICIOUS DISH, you wont ask yourself "Y" "AND"
wont wait before eating
8 10

by tanay

Viand and mind... If you do not eat good food (viand), you will not have a healthy mind.
4 9

by pushpa_edit

well sorry for this.. but relate it to gand.. jo khana(food)khate ho,vo gand se nikalta hai..
4 6

by saif_mohmd

Viyanthu means to get awe inspired. Astonished looking at the great food.
3 3

by pradepkumar

viand....why+anda(egg)...why do we eat egg because it's delicious


3 2

by nileshdive

viand ~ band (band in hindi means Strike) ... so when there is a strike(because of
communal tensions/politics etc..) in your city ...you should have enough viand to survive
for that period to survive :)
1 10

by khushi5

viand = y end? WE CAN STILL EAT FOOD AND LIVE ON........


1 0

by gurinderwazir

Vi(Wine) and......
1 0

by 937256
viand : vi = very , and d = delicious that is food.
0 3

by noyon

Bindu ... aacha khanna banati hai kon hai ye bindu


0 13

by SHAKAL

vibrant
Short Definition : full of vigor or energy; vibrating

Definition
(adj) vigorous and animated
Synonyms : vivacious
Example Sentence
a vibrant group that challenged the system
a charming and vivacious hostess
a vivacious folk dance

Definition
(adj) of sounds that are strong and resonating
Example Sentence
the men's vibrant voices

Definition
(adj) of colors that are bright and striking

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vibrant

Vibrant and brilliant both sound similar and have the same meaning....bright, shining.
1 0

by pushpa_edit

mobile vibrating with full energy


1 0

by sansecretcp

vicar
Short Definition : parish priest; representative

Definition
(noun) a Roman Catholic priest who acts for another higher-ranking clergyman

Definition
(noun) (Episcopal Church) a clergyman in charge of a chapel

Definition
(noun) (Church of England) a clergyman appointed to act as priest of a parish

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vicar

vicar is a high ranked person, he will always come in a car


7 0

by 1.6k

vicar = representative. we know that vicarious means substitude or secondary. vicar is


person who s secondary that is representative og gods. priest are representatives of jesus.
3 0

by arulmozhi

"vikara:" in Sanskrit means "not composed". This vicar is opposite of that. Priest is
composed.
1 5

by garrulous

A VICAR is a PASTOR, meaning a priest.


1 5

by pushpa_edit

viceroy .... was the highest representative of the country


1 1

by SHAKAL

We do things for the people "we care". We work for our friends when they absent
0 0

by sansecretcp

vicarious
Short Definition : experienced as if one were taking part in the experience of another;
done by a deputy for other people; acting as a substitute; Ex. vicarious thrill at the
movies; Ex. the vicarious sufferings of Chri

Definition
(adj) experienced at secondhand
Example Sentence
read about mountain climbing and felt vicarious excitement

Definition
(adj) occurring in an abnormal part of the body instead of the usual site involved in that
function
Example Sentence
vicarious menstruation

Definition
(adj) suffered or done by one person as a substitute for another
Example Sentence
vicarious atonement

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vicarious

We do things for the people "we care". We appreciate things that "we care for".
24 28

by garrulous

sounds like VICEROY who is just governor of a country or province who rules as the
representative of his or her king or sovereign.
10 7

by userdce

Vicarious and precarious. It is precarious (unsafe) to use a substitute (vicarious) medicine


unless the doctor prescribes it.
7 8

by pushpa_edit

very curious person keep asking questions and gains experience through these
questions(and answers by other)
4 6

by friendofafriend

Vicarious= Vicky and ricky. Vicky made a goal and Ricky felt a vicarious thrill.
3 3

by aroraraman309

vicar-ious: + ious means any (bodily) abnormality


in hindi
2 4

by bugmenot

why(vi)+ carry(cari)+us(ous).Imagine urself saying to someone else why carry us ...take


our substitute with you.
2 1

by simranjeet

vicarious is like " WHY CARE ELSE?"...the answer is to experience their feelings as
ours
1 3

by siddu

VICARIOUS...WE(VI)+CARE+about US and sometime, do each others work, by


ACTING AS A SUBSTITUTE.
1 0

by KSahoo

vicars get *** pleasure by going to watch films about sex


1 0

by roozbeh33

vicarious :vi = brother(in bangla), car i(s) ou(r)s, we use brother car as a substituate.
0 4

by noyon

Vicar is a relegious person, Whatever he do, Whatever he say it is done "indirectly".


0 4

by anujpathania

telugu: vikaram:uneasy feeling.. i get vicarious feeling when i read ur sufferings


0 3

by savvysamrat

we + carious >>> as my friend passed away, i took care of his parents and tried to be like
their son(just acted like a substitute)...
0 1

by RajeshBorkar

0 2

by dejavu
vicissitude
Short Definition : change (esp. from good to bad); change of fortune; CF. the last
emperor of China

Definition
(noun) a variation in circumstances or fortune at different times in your life or in the
development of something
Example Sentence
the project was subject to the usual vicissitudes of exploratory research

Definition
(noun) mutability in life or nature (especially successive alternation from one condition to
another)

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vicissitude

some times to face VICISSITUDES OF LIFE one should possess a


WISE(good)ATTITUDE ...
39 16

by preetisoni2411

vicissitude sounds like ...WISE ATTITUDE...... whenver there is variation in


circumstances or fortune at diffrent times of life, only a WISE PERSON WHO POSSES
WISE(good)ATTITUDE CAN HANDLE THE SITUATION PROPERLY.....
19 11

by preetisoni2411

vic(ky's) kiss changed veena's fortune.. so it means change of fortune


6 4

by saif_mohmd

V.l.CC slimming instiTUTE jaane ke baad uski kismat badal gayee. remember VCC
instiTUTE
4 0

by spacker
in small wonder - vicky's attitude is varying, which changes the fortune of jamie from bad
to good
3 3

by harsha00711

vicissitude = viscous attitude,i.e up & down fate which reflets on his attitude or work.
3 1

by shaktipada

Vicissitude and mood...both are variable (changeable).


2 6

by pushpa_edit

Picture a VICE crushing you SISTER : a VICE-SIS


1 0

by Jackery

vicissitude - we sit kiss dude(changing good to bad)


1 0

by sansecretcp

the vicissitudes of living on Mississippi River


1 0

by roozbeh33

vicky's arse altitude changes..after frqnt f**k... so it changes


0 3

by savvysamrat

sounds like altitude ,which keeps varying


0 0

by komya
victuals
Short Definition : food; provisions; V. victual: provide with food

Definition
(noun) a stock or supply of foods
Synonyms : commissariat , provender , provisions , viands

Definition
(noun) a source of materials to nourish the body
Synonyms : aliment , alimentation , nourishment , nutriment , nutrition ,
sustenance

Definition
(noun) any substance that can be used as food
Synonyms : comestible , eatable , edible , pabulum , victual

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for victuals

Sounds like "rituals". Food (victuals) is a major part of any kind of ritual .
29 3

by garrulous

VICTUALS are VITAL for survival.


3 1

by dshefman

not actual food, substitute of food


2 0

by SAHADAT

vie
Short Definition : contend; compete
Definition
(verb) compete for something; engage in a contest; measure oneself against others
Synonyms : compete , contend

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vie

Pronounce it as 'Why' and observe the gesture i.e; right thumb up asking someone the
question ' Why'.. and indeed you show your thumb up whenever you CHALLENGE
some person
34 13

by saikiran

vie sounds like "SYE", which means the challenge nothing but competing.
12 3

by nataraj_mnemonic

it sounds as "why" as competitors think "why would someone else win the game"
7 5

by saba

vie comes from "invite" we invite someone to compete


2 11

by walid

Vie and shy are rhyming words. Vie, is to compete with someone, but, shy is the
opposite...you shy away from public (do not come forward).
2 4

by pushpa_edit

vie ~ eye ; you always keep an eye on you competitor so that you can COMPETE (VIE)
well !
2 3

by khushi5
Vie-Wii...Nintendo Wii(Vie) COMPETE with Sony PlayStation...There is goes...Vie-
Compete
2 0

by mdmobashir

VIE- VS
1 6

by gatz_funky

vie rhymes with pie...imagine a pie-race, who can eat 10 pies


1 7

by anshulnirvana

u have a dodge viper(vie) car. what wud u do? u wud compete with other cars!
1 1

by harsha00711

The two groups were vying* for buying* the land.


1 0

by abdullah71

vie rhymes with tie. Very competitive matches tie.


1 0

by abdullah71

"Vie" sounds like "bhai"...politicians to each other greet calling BHAI but behind they
COMPETE
1 0

by KSahoo

when u ask d qsn "Why" d teacher feels challanged / fear of embarrasment in frnt of ur
peers
0 0

by 937256
v stands for victory coming after competing
0 0

by komya

vigil
Short Definition : keeping watch (during normal sleeping hours); Ex. all-night vigil

Definition
(noun) a period of sleeplessness

Definition
(noun) the rite of staying awake for devotional purposes (especially on the eve of a
religious festival)
Synonyms : watch

Definition
(noun) a purposeful surveillance to guard or observe
Synonyms : watch

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vigil

Sounds like "whistle". All through the night, watchmen keep a watch by blowing their
whistles.
9 1

by garrulous

vigil came from VIGILance...watchfullness


5 0

by artificialankit

Vigil-watchful-to take care.


0 3

by pushpa_edit
its difficult to maintain a vigIL when youre ILL
0 1

by Afghan

vigilant
Short Definition : watchful; on the alert; watchfully awake; alert to spot danger; N.
vigilance

Definition
(adj) carefully observant or attentive; on the lookout for possible danger
Synonyms : argus-eyed , open-eyed , wakeful
Example Sentence
a policy of open-eyed awareness
the vigilant eye of the town watch
there was a watchful dignity in the room
a watchful parent with a toddler in tow

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vigilant

VI-gi-LAN-t(vilan): vilan in movies are very WATCHFUL and ALERT of heros activities
13 3

by kruthikamurthy

vigil (is to watch carefully)+ ant. One who watches carefully.


4 1

by garrulous

In IGI game you have to be very vigilant...i.e. keep a careful watch..hope u r a gamer!!
2 0

by sush17

vigilant : hamara dost vigi [vicky] hamare office ke lan ka vigilant karata hai [care karata
hai]
2 11

by sybarite

In harry potter mad eye moody always says "CONSTANT VIGILANCE"which means
watch carefuly
1 0

by kinderboy

In VIGILANT some part of it sounds like WHISTLE..so think like this who WHISTLES
in the night a GURKA or WATCHMAN who doesn't sleep in the night the are wakeful n
cautious
1 2

by kick_ass

v+igi+lan+tV(we) at IGI airport have to KEENLY ALERT AND WATCHFUL TO


DETECT DANGER at LAN(local area network) of airport to protect it from getting
hacked by hackers
1 0

by nikhilparasher

Vigilant and prudent have the same sounds and meaning - to be on your guard.
0 2

by pushpa_edit

An elephANT is very vigilANT when it comes to mice


0 2

by Afghan

vigilante
Short Definition : one who without authority assumes law enforcement powers

Definition
(noun) member of a vigilance committee
Synonyms : vigilance man
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vigilante

Vigilante (on vigil) and surveillance (close observation). Therefore, they have similar
sounds and meaning.
0 0

by pushpa_edit

vignette
Short Definition : small drawing placed at the beginning or end of a chapter; picture;
short literary sketch; short written description of a character or scene

Definition
(noun) a brief literary description
Synonyms : sketch

Definition
(noun) a photograph whose edges shade off gradually

Definition
(noun) a small illustrative sketch (as sometimes placed at the beginning of chapters in
books)

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vignette

Sounds like "vignesha". At the beginning of every pooja, we make a small "vignesh" idol
with turmeric. Similarly, there is a "vignette" before every chapter.
59 12

by garrulous

Used a palette in sketching a vignette


10 3

by SHAKAL
MTV roadies vignettes was a program to show l'il bit inside stuff of roadies i.e to give
little description
7 12

by carora3

vigor
Short Definition : active strength; energy; enthusiasm; ADJ. vigorous

Definition
(noun) forceful exertion
Synonyms : energy , vigour , zip
Example Sentence
he plays tennis with great energy
he's full of zip

Definition
(noun) active strength of body or mind
Synonyms : dynamism , heartiness , vigour

Definition
(noun) an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)
Synonyms : energy , muscularity , vigour , vim
Example Sentence
his writing conveys great energy
a remarkable muscularity of style

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vigor

Igor is very enthusiastic


7 4

by iamkrazee

Vigor and rigor are similar in sound and they mean - severity, forcefulness.
1 3

by pushpa_edit
prabu is more enthusiasm(vigor) in cigar
1 0

by sansecretcp

people wear "v(W)IG" to hide their worn out,sterile style.


0 1

by sunilIITR

vile
Short Definition : despicable; unpleasant; disgusting; Ex. vile slander

Definition
(adj) morally reprehensible
Synonyms : despicable , slimy , ugly , unworthy , worthless , wretched
Example Sentence
would do something as despicable as murder
ugly crimes
the vile development of slavery appalled them
a slimy little liar

Definition
(adj) causing or able to cause nausea
Synonyms : loathsome , nauseating , nauseous , noisome , offensive , queasy ,
sickening
Example Sentence
a nauseating smell
nauseous offal
a sickening stench

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vile

Take the E to the beginning of the word; it becomes evil ! ok


32 0

by mamun_401@yahoo.com
bile (indigestion ) leads to vile (stinky)
7 1

by carora3

Vile and guile are rhyming words and they mean - treacherous, evil.
0 1

by pushpa_edit

vile --> villain


0 0

by divine_sword

vilify
Short Definition : slander; speak evil of; N. vilification

Definition
(verb) spread negative information about
Synonyms : rail , revile , vituperate
Example Sentence
The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vilify

Vilify (to speak ill of) is to make someone out to be a villain


35 4

by scotch

Vilify (to defame someone) is the opposite of glorify (to praise someone highly).
13 4

by pushpa_edit

Just assume "vil(villain)+ify " who always slander or speaks evil against hero.
12 1

by nataraj_mnemonic
vile + ify = vilify
2 5

by SHAKAL

vindicate
Short Definition : clear from blame; free from blame or accusation (with supporting
proof); exonerate; substantiate; justify or support; avenge; Ex. vindicate one's client; Ex.
vindicate one's claim; CF. vindicator

Definition
(verb) show to be right by providing justification or proof
Synonyms : justify
Example Sentence
vindicate a claim

Definition
(verb) maintain, uphold, or defend
Example Sentence
vindicate the rights of the citizens

Definition
(verb) clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporting proof
Example Sentence
You must vindicate yourself and fight this libel

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vindicate

vidicate....split it like vin(WIN) + di(the) + cate(case)....so when you win a case IN a


COURT...it means you are freed FROM ACCUSATION AND CHARGES...you are freed
from blame.
102 2

by preetisoni2411

take it like WIN THE CASE=VINDICATE;and this means you are happy tht you won the
case wn you are clear from blame
5 4

by amitarora

basically this word is taken from vindicare means to lay claim ..so you lay claim that you
have not done anything....so shd be freed from accusation.
0 1

by preetisoni2411

Vindicate and authenticate are rhyming words meaning (prove genuineness, the truth).
0 1

by pushpa_edit

win + advocate = vindicate


0 1

by SHAKAL

split as Win + Addicted >>> when someone is win addictive, she/he gives proofs of his
innocence anyhow, and finally wins in most cases and gets free from all claims..
0 1

by RajeshBorkar

JUSTIFY by WIN
0 0

by akshayakshay

vindictive
Short Definition : disposed to revenge; vengeful; out for revenge; spiteful; intended to
cause harm; malicious; Ex. vindictive streak

Definition
(adj) disposed to seek revenge or intended for revenge
Synonyms : revengeful , vengeful
Example Sentence
more vindictive than jealous love
punishments...essentially vindictive in their nature

Definition
(adj) showing malicious ill will and a desire to hurt; motivated by spite
Synonyms : despiteful , spiteful
Example Sentence
a despiteful fiend
a truly spiteful child
a vindictive man will look for occasions for resentment

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vindictive

vindictive=win+addictive obsessed about winning ...so always having ill will against
others
59 4

by menghwani

vin(win) a person is always wanting to win , if he loses he feels to seek revenge


3 1

by rohitgupta9060

The vindictive one is likely to start vendetta(that is fight for revenge).


3 0

by if only

vindicate sounds like indicating to win by taking revenge..


1 1

by avinash001

vintner
Short Definition : wine merchant; winemaker; seller of wine

Definition
(noun) someone who sells wine
Synonyms : wine merchant

Definition
(noun) someone who makes wine
Synonyms : wine maker , winemaker

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vintner

the word is like winter,in winter making and selling of wine will be growing
23 1

by yasaswi

Read the "vin" (wine) in the beginning of the word.


3 2

by garrulous

A VINTNER is also a FARMER because he cultivates grapes.


1 1

by pushpa_edit

Winter its cold, so u drink wine to feel warm


1 0

by harsha00711

pint - beer vint - wine :)


0 0

by phalgun007

violate
Short Definition : break (a law); defile; desecrate; assault sexually; Ex. violate graves

Definition
(verb) fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns
Synonyms : break , go against
Example Sentence
This sentence violates the rules of syntax

Definition
(verb) act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises
Synonyms : breach , break , go against , infract , offend , transgress
Example Sentence
offend all laws of humanity
violate the basic laws or human civilization
break a law
break a promise

Definition
(verb) destroy
Example Sentence
Don't violate my garden
violate my privacy

Definition
(verb) violate the sacred character of a place or language
Synonyms : desecrate , outrage , profane
Example Sentence
desecrate a cemetery
violate the sanctity of the church
profane the name of God

Definition
(verb) force (someone) to have sex against their will
Synonyms : assault , dishonor , dishonour , outrage , rape , ravish
Example Sentence
The woman was raped on her way home at night

Definition
(verb) destroy and strip of its possession
Synonyms : despoil , plunder , rape , spoil
Example Sentence
The soldiers raped the beautiful country
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for violate

Violate and disobeyed have similar sounds and they mean - to defy.
0 0

by pushpa_edit

viper
Short Definition : poisonous snake

Definition
(noun) venomous Old World snakes characterized by hollow venom-conducting fangs in
the upper jaw

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for viper

A VIPER ia an ADDER (a snake). A VIPER can WIPE out your life.

virile
Short Definition : manly; having masculine spirit or strength; full of strength

Definition
(adj) characterized by energy and vigor
Example Sentence
a virile and ever stronger free society
a new and virile leadership

Definition
(adj) characteristic of a man
Synonyms : male , manful , manlike , manly
Example Sentence
a deep male voice
manly sports

Definition
(adj) (of a male) capable of copulation
Synonyms : potent

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for virile

Virile (strong) is the opposite of fragile (sensitive).


22 6

by pushpa_edit

Vir(Virya) in hindi means sperm...wich comes from man..hence Manly..


19 5

by mohitunlimited

VIRILE (veer + like) sounds like veer in hindi who is manly


15 3

by yastej

vir+ile means virya(semen) waala.


4 9

by cp.jethani

PUERILE -Childish VIRILE -Manly


3 1

by NelsonNishanth

Virile sounds like nile,a river capable of growing crops..


1 2

by avinash001

vi + rail -> train will have strong strength


1 0

by sansecretcp
virtual
Short Definition : in essence; existing in essence though not in actual form; for practical
purposes; Ex. virtual ruler/space

Definition
(adj) being actually such in almost every respect
Synonyms : practical
Example Sentence
a practical failure
the once elegant temple lay in virtual ruin

Definition
(adj) existing in essence or effect though not in actual fact
Example Sentence
a virtual dependence on charity
a virtual revolution
virtual reality

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for virtual

Virtual and fundamental both mean - basic.


2 1

by pushpa_edit

virtual [practical purpose]machines uses karana bahot aasan hai


1 1

by sybarite

virtue
Short Definition : goodness; moral excellence; good quality; advantage; Ex. by virtue of;
Ex. make a virtue of necessity

Definition
(noun) the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
Synonyms : moral excellence , virtuousness
Definition
(noun) any admirable quality or attribute
Synonyms : merit
Example Sentence
work of great merit

Definition
(noun) morality with respect to sexual relations
Synonyms : chastity , sexual morality

Definition
(noun) a particular moral excellence

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for virtue

Virtue - something that is pure.


0 4

by pushpa_edit

virtuoso
Short Definition : highly skilled artist (esp. in music); Ex. piano virtuoso

Definition
(noun) someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
Synonyms : ace , adept , champion , genius , hotshot , maven , mavin , sensation ,
star , superstar , whiz , whizz , wiz , wizard

Definition
(noun) a musician who is a consummate master of technique and artistry

Definition
(adj) having or revealing supreme mastery or skill
Synonyms : consummate , masterful , masterly
Example Sentence
a consummate artist
consummate skill
a masterful speaker
masterful technique
a masterly performance of the sonata
a virtuoso performance

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for virtuoso

One who has many "virtues" is called a virtuoso.


21 2

by garrulous

virtuoso = picasso who is a SKILLED artist


8 2

by jahnavi89

this is the only barrons word that ends with OSO(OM SHANTI OM)........to produce such
a great movie "OSO" Farah K han must have required lots of HIGHLY SKILLED
ARTISTS=VIRTUOSO(having lots of VIRTUes)..........:D
5 3

by verbal800

A VITUOSO (skilled artist) is a MAESTRO (master of any art).


3 3

by pushpa_edit

it is like virtuosa,it is big software company,i think many body know this
1 5

by yasaswi

Potential Vars in Swayamvar were asked to display their choosene ki (Sucking) Skills to
decide who is the best.
1 4

by anujpathania
A VIRTUOUS VIRGIN VIOLINIST SEWING.
1 0

by Jackery

virtuoso ends with osHo.. so osho has wide knowledge. so virtuoso is the person like
osho.
1 0

by bhuvan172

virtusa workers are highly skilled musician


1 0

by sansecretcp

continuation of above,in that company only high skilled peapole are taken
0 2

by yasaswi

a good or admirable quality or property: the virtue of knowingone's weaknesses. One who
has many "virtues" is called a virtuoso.
0 1

by nikhilparasher

virulent
Short Definition : (of a disease or poison) extremely harmful or poisonous; (of a feeling)
hostile; bitter; N. virulence; CF. virus; CF. venom

Definition
(adj) extremely poisonous or injurious; producing venom
Synonyms : deadly , venomous
Example Sentence
venomous snakes
a virulent insect bite
Definition
(adj) infectious; having the ability to cause disease

Definition
(adj) harsh or corrosive in tone
Synonyms : acerb , acerbic , acid , acrid , bitter , blistering , caustic ,
sulfurous , sulphurous , vitriolic
Example Sentence
an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose
a barrage of acid comments
her acrid remarks make her many enemies
bitter words
blistering criticism
caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics
a sulfurous denunciation
a vitriolic critique

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for virulent

it is a virus, which causes disease and harm. So, something virulent is viral and
poisonous.
43 2

by saba

As dangerous and poisonous as Viru (shewag) is for the opponents


16 4

by bugmenot

Virulent and malignant have the same sounds and they both mean - bitterly hostile.
4 2

by pushpa_edit

Virulent and malignant have the same sounds and they both mean - bitterly hostile.
2 2

by pushpa_edit

A strong, harsh, and noxious man is VIRILE and vioLENT


1 0

by Jackery

VIRULENT= virus(VIRU) let(LE) him to END(nt)


1 0

by nancy.yadav

she LENT him her VIRUs .. this was very dangerous and violent.
0 0

by maha4

virus
Short Definition : disease communicator

Definition
(noun) (virology) ultramicroscopic infectious agent that replicates itself only within cells
of living hosts; many are pathogenic; a piece of nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) wrapped in a
thin coat of protein

Definition
(noun) a harmful or corrupting agency
Example Sentence
bigotry is a virus that must not be allowed to spread
the virus of jealousy is latent in everyone

Definition
(noun) a software program capable of reproducing itself and usually capable of causing
great harm to files or other programs on the same computer
Synonyms : computer virus
Example Sentence
a true virus cannot spread to another computer without human assistance

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for virus


VIRUS is CONTAGIOUS.

visage
Short Definition : face; appearance

Definition
(noun) the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and
`phiz' is British)
Synonyms : countenance , kisser , mug , phiz , physiognomy , smiler

Definition
(noun) the appearance conveyed by a person's face
Synonyms : countenance
Example Sentence
a pleasant countenance
a stern visage

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for visage

VISion of AGE. How can you visualise someone's age? By his/her face.
39 2

by tenzingocha

VISA-AGE - your VISA has everything,your photo(FACE), your AGE... all the details.
21 1

by gatz_funky

Visage and mirage - an image


3 1

by pushpa_edit

visage..vi(WE)+sage...we consider somebody to b a sage by looking at his FACE N


APPEARANCE..
1 4

by angel
Nivea "Visage" cream (if u remember the ad)makes your "face" look beautiful.
1 0

by joeytrib

visceral
Short Definition : felt in one's inner organs; N. viscera: internal body organs; CF.
eviscerate

Definition
(adj) relating to or affecting the viscera
Synonyms : splanchnic
Example Sentence
visceral bleeding
a splanchnic nerve

Definition
(adj) obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation
Synonyms : intuitive , nonrational

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for visceral

Visceral = wise cereal, which is good for health and internal organs.
11 2

by subhasish

divide it like visce+ral.focus..on viscuS...VISCUS...mean heart..so you felt something in


your heart.
7 11

by preetisoni2411

He got so used to eating cereal in the morning that it became a visceral desicion. It was an
instinct instead of intellectual. So, basically he WISHed for CEREAL (VISCERAL)
5 1

by itspossible
Visceral means gut or gut instinct.
3 1

by dshefman

Visceral sounds like" ghisela" which means a person with problems with internal
organs.This way it can be remembered
2 2

by gurinderwazir

Visceral and internal are similar and mean - inside.


1 9

by pushpa_edit

viscid
Short Definition : adhesive; gluey

Definition
(adj) having the sticky properties of an adhesive
Synonyms : gluey , glutinous , gummy , mucilaginous , pasty , sticky , viscous

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for viscid

viscous + liquid = viscid


21 1

by sridif

whisky ,once if we addicted to it,it is adhesive and gluey .we cannot leave it
11 4

by yasaswi

A jumble of the word is "vicks|" which is very sticky.


3 5

by garrulous

Viscid - a sticky liquid.


2 6

by pushpa_edit

VISCID=VIS(WISE)+CID....one of the WISE(VIS) CID members applied an


ADHESIVE to the handle of the locker so that when the thief tries to break open it his
palms get stuck to it................:D
2 1

by verbal800

almost like Viscous(honey, glue...) they're sticky as well


0 3

by usairforce1985

viscid sounds like viscous..viscous fluids are thick n sticky in general..like oil,glue etc
0 1

by nuttynav

viscous
Short Definition : (of a liquid) thick and sticky; gluey; viscid; CF. consistency

Definition
(adj) having a relatively high resistance to flow
Synonyms : syrupy

Definition
(adj) having the sticky properties of an adhesive
Synonyms : gluey , glutinous , gummy , mucilaginous , pasty , sticky , viscid

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for viscous


Viscous is like mucus - both mean something sticky or gooey.
5 1

by pushpa_edit

realate to vicks...vicks is sticky


2 1

by narenkumar

vise
Short Definition : vice; tool for holding work in place; clamping device

Definition
(noun) a holding device attached to a workbench; has two jaws to hold workpiece firmly
in place
Synonyms : bench vise

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vise

We know that a "vice" is a "device" - a tool.


23 1

by garrulous

vice->we + seige -> clamping tool


1 0

by sansecretcp

vision
Short Definition : eyesight; foresight; mental image produced by the imagination;
experience of seeing the supernatural

Definition
(noun) a vivid mental image
Example Sentence
he had a vision of his own death
Definition
(noun) the ability to see; the visual faculty
Synonyms : sight , visual modality , visual sense

Definition
(noun) the perceptual experience of seeing
Synonyms : visual sensation
Example Sentence
the runners emerged from the trees into his clear vision
he had a visual sensation of intense light

Definition
(noun) the formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is
not present to the senses
Synonyms : imagination , imaginativeness
Example Sentence
popular imagination created a world of demons
imagination reveals what the world could be

Definition
(noun) a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance
Example Sentence
he had a vision of the Virgin Mary

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vision

Vision (sight) is similar to optician, a person who checks the sight.


1 1

by pushpa_edit

Bijan(proper N) have a good vision


1 0

by abbasgh

visionary
Short Definition : produced by imagination; fanciful; mystical; showing foresight; N:
one having foresight; one given to speculative impractical ideas

Definition
(noun) a person given to fanciful speculations and enthusiasms with little regard for what
is actually possible

Definition
(noun) a person with unusual powers of foresight
Synonyms : illusionist , seer

Definition
(adj) not practical or realizable; speculative
Synonyms : airy , impractical , laputan , windy
Example Sentence
airy theories about socioeconomic improvement
visionary schemes for getting rich

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for visionary

Visionary and imaginary sound alike and they both mean - something that is conceived,
imagined.
2 1

by pushpa_edit

vital
Short Definition : full of life; animated; vibrant and lively; critical; of great importance;
necessary to stay alive; of life; living; breathing; N. vitality; V. vitalize

Definition
(adj) urgently needed; absolutely necessary
Synonyms : critical
Example Sentence
a critical element of the plan
critical medical supplies
vital for a healthy society
of vital interest
Definition
(adj) performing an essential function in the living body
Synonyms : life-sustaining
Example Sentence
vital organs
blood and other vital fluids
the loss of vital heat in shock
a vital spot
life-giving love and praise

Definition
(adj) full of spirit
Synonyms : full of life , lively
Example Sentence
a dynamic full of life woman
a vital and charismatic leader
this whole lively world

Definition
(adj) manifesting or characteristic of life
Example Sentence
a vital, living organism
vital signs

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vital

when U take reVITAL ( produced by Ran Baxy) U will b full of life,,


8 0

by gatz_funky

Vital is the same as essential - something important.


0 1

by pushpa_edit

vitiate
Short Definition : spoil the effect of; make inoperative; corrupt morally

Definition
(verb) corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
Synonyms : corrupt , debase , debauch , demoralise , demoralize , deprave ,
misdirect , pervert , profane , subvert
Example Sentence
debauch the young people with wine and women
Socrates was accused of corrupting young men
Do school counselors subvert young children?
corrupt the morals

Definition
(verb) make imperfect
Synonyms : deflower , impair , mar , spoil
Example Sentence
nothing marred her beauty

Definition
(verb) take away the legal force of or render ineffective
Synonyms : invalidate , void
Example Sentence
invalidate a contract

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vitiate

vitiate is vish + ate, vish in the hindi language means poison..if you make anyone eat
poison it's an IMMORAL ACT and the person will be in an IMPERFECT condition.
44 8

by Administrator

Sounds like ""mitigate" which


means nearly the same.
8 27

by garrulous

The "fish he ate" was spoiled and made him sick.


8 12

by thebookie3

Vitiate is similar to contaminate and they both mean - to spoil, to pollute.


6 7

by pushpa_edit

viti+ate = ate away the wits of a person to render him "imperfect"


4 0

by gauravdce07

vitiate...viti(girl name) ate the cake...and spoiled my party ..so simple


3 1

by artificialankit

Vitiate: "Wheat" + "Ate" - Noble people do eat wheat because it is eaten by common
people hence will make them impure.
2 2

by anujpathania

vitiate is vish + ate, If someone eat food adulterated by vish(poison) effectiveness of food
will be reduced
1 1

by ksameer_coep

Vitiate : We ate public money, means to corrupt


1 0

by animator

vitiate= victimate= corrupted


1 0

by Tasmuna
: vish+ate--- if you ATE VISH, you are SPOILING yourself and IMPAIRING THE
QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY of yourself
0 1

by nikhilparasher

vitreous
Short Definition : of glass; pertaining to or resembling glass; V. vitrify: change into
glass; CF. petrify

Definition
(adj) of or relating to or constituting the vitreous humor of the eye
Example Sentence
the vitreous chamber

Definition
(adj) relating to or resembling or derived from or containing glass
Example Sentence
vitreous rocks
vitreous silica

Definition
(adj) (of ceramics) having the surface made shiny and nonporous by fusing a vitreous
solution to it
Synonyms : glassy , vitrified
Example Sentence
glazed pottery
glassy porcelain
hard vitreous china used for plumbing fixtures

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vitreous

Remember the Ad of Kajaria VITRIFIED tiles - These tiles look GLASSY and decorative
16 15

by nikki123

after (vitre) a victory(ous) you get a prize of glasses.


8 11

by vinit_wce

Remember "Cera-vitreous".. the famous glass ware for wash basins and toilets.India's
most selling.
5 2

by shyamb85

Remember WHITE glass is usually white coloured so vitreous


4 7

by 1.6k

Vitreous and vaporous have opposite meanings. Vitreous stands for something that is
crystal clear, while vaporous is something that is hazy, unclear.
3 5

by pushpa_edit

vish+rous = poison ka juice hamesha glass mai milta hai..


2 7

by vidhii.ce

Vitreous=we (vi) +t(see) re(again) us(urdself).WHere?In the mirror.


2 3

by rakei

vitreous - vit(vitta - leaving it. in tamil) glass will break


1 0

by sansecretcp

vish + rous = poison ka juice hamesha glass mai milta hai..


0 6

by vidhii.ce
remember vitreous humour, aqueous humour in eyes...10th std biology...it was a
transparent liquid..i hope it helps
0 1

by aditibehl

vitriolic
Short Definition : causing sharp pain to the mind; caustic; corrosive; sarcastic; of vitriol;
N. vitriol: sulphuric acid (which burns flesh deeply); bitterly abusive expression; caustic
expression; CF. glass

Definition
(adj) harsh or corrosive in tone
Synonyms : acerb , acerbic , acid , acrid , bitter , blistering , caustic ,
sulfurous , sulphurous , virulent
Example Sentence
an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose
a barrage of acid comments
her acrid remarks make her many enemies
bitter words
blistering criticism
caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics
a sulfurous denunciation
a vitriolic critique

Definition
(adj) of a substance, especially a strong acid; capable of destroying or eating away by
chemical action
Synonyms : caustic , corrosive , erosive , mordant

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vitriolic

divide it like vitriolic..vitriol+ic...AND VITRIOL..IS ANOTHER NAME OF


SULPHURIC ACID.. and we all know that acid is caustic, sharp and bitter...and when it
falls on the skin it burns it, causing SHARP pain.
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by preetisoni2411

Tri+Alcoholic. Drinking three times the alcohol can produce a harsh, bitter drunk.
5 1

by ksameer_coep

Vitriolic: Remember vi+TRI(dent)+olic Trident is very sharp. So meaning bitter and


acerbic
3 1

by animator

vitriolic thougths are sarcastic in nature. any metal combine with any hydrogen
getcorroded...same wise oil of vitriol combine with any metal...corrodes the metal.....so
corrosive in nature
2 7

by preetisoni2411

vitrol ~ petrol
2 1

by friendofafriend

Vitriolic and volcanic are both destructive in nature.


1 6

by pushpa_edit

blue vitriol : Cuso4 = copper SULPHATE (akin) acidic = acerbic = bitter = caustic =
sharp
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by jay_gandhi

vituperative
Short Definition : abusive; scolding; V. vituperate: berate; scold; rail against abusively

Definition
(adj) marked by harshly abusive criticism
Synonyms : scathing
Example Sentence
his scathing remarks about silly lady novelists
her vituperative railing

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vituperative

vitu (bite you) + perative (operator) => when you feel so pissed off on a unkind operator,
you would say harshy abusive remarks like "I'll bite you operator" :-)
17 18

by k3v1n

In older days H2SO4 was called oil of vitriol that is severly bitter and
caustic.VITUPERATIVE appears as 'operating' vitriol on someone.Note that vtriolic and
VITUPERATIVE have almost similar meaning.
15 0

by kalyanjee

Remember the 'IT' (telephone) operator we always abuse and scold, for the internet
connection being so slow
14 25

by kmr.akhil

a small boy named Bittu (VITU-) ke upar (-PER-) hative (-[HATIVE) speech barsaana.
8 9

by BloodyMickey

vit-operative...operative equals torturous so when 1 tortures using foul language,abusive


language,the person is vitu(o)perative
3 13

by coolmayuri222

VIT + operative >>> when we went in VIT for admission form filling, the
operatives(office staff) there were very rude and were abusing and scolding students.. so
we decided on it not to take admission in VIT..
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by RajeshBorkar
With u(vitu) + per(but) rative(rate)....I will be with you if you take your regular
rates....you r saying this to a female calling her a prostitute....kind of vituperative,
abusive....
1 6

by nileshdive

vituperative - abusive scolding will make wife vittu poiru va(leave and go in tamil)
1 0

by sansecretcp

Vituperative and invective (abusive remarks).


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by pushpa_edit

It has "VIPER" in it...a viper is a dangerous snake...snakes are harshly abusive in a way !
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by RaghavaVemuri

v+it+u+operative=> we always SCOLD IT(department) OPERATOR(h.o.d)

vivacious
Short Definition : lively or animated; sprightl sprightly/lively

Definition
(adj) vigorous and animated
Synonyms : vibrant
Example Sentence
a vibrant group that challenged the system
a charming and vivacious hostess
a vivacious folk dance

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vivacious

U shud try to be lively at time of ur VIVA


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by gatz_funky

link it like ... VIVA's .. in engineering only Viva's are real and shows the real capability of
a student .. asliyat saamne aa jati hai puri.
5 4

by meetrahulkhandelwal

VIVACIOUS AND LUGUBRIOUS are opposites. Vivacious means, vibrant, lively, while
lugubrious means, dismal, mournful.
3 2

by pushpa_edit

hi guys u have heard the phrase viva la rasa it make brazilian to exite up and make
cheerfuk
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by khatter

after having VIVA drink you should animated to feel lively


1 0

by sansecretcp

remember the band.. viva girls??? viva girls are vivacious( lively)
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by seerat

vivid
Short Definition : (of light or color) bright and distinct; evoking lifelike mental images;
Ex. vivid red hair/description

Definition
(adj) evoking lifelike images within the mind
Synonyms : graphic , lifelike , pictorial
Example Sentence
pictorial poetry and prose
graphic accounts of battle
a lifelike portrait
a vivid description

Definition
(adj) having the clarity and freshness of immediate experience
Example Sentence
a vivid recollection

Definition
(adj) having striking color
Synonyms : bright , brilliant
Example Sentence
bright dress
brilliant tapestries
a bird with vivid plumage

Definition
(adj) (of color) having the highest saturation
Synonyms : intense
Example Sentence
vivid green
intense blue

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vivid

THIS word sound like hindi word VIVIDH, which means DISTINCT.
8 1

by preetisoni2411

Vivid is the opposite of languid. Vivid is physical energy, whereas languid is physical
inertness (dull).
1 4

by pushpa_edit

vivid- imagine in visual about video picture make us bright and lively
1 0

by sansecretcp

vivisection
Short Definition : act of dissecting living animals

Definition
(noun) the act of operating on living animals (especially in scientific research)

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vivisection

Vivisection means disection.


10 1

by pushpa_edit

vivi(d)+section => make distinct sections means dissection.


2 2

by cp.jethani

Easy!! VIV means LIVE ,and SECT means to CUT. Vivisection means to cut sth. alive.
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by atiya

vivacious means lively. Section means to cut. hence vivisection means to cut live
animals.
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by subhasish

LIVI-section!
1 0

by madness

'vivisection' try to remember with 'visual section' of a living animal.


0 0

by Born2GRE

vivid + section >>> many sections or wards reminds u of a hospital... and in hospital
there are operations on living animals or humans..
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by RajeshBorkar

vixen
Short Definition : female fox; ill-tempered woman; CF. shrew

Definition
(noun) a malicious woman with a fierce temper
Synonyms : harpy , hellcat

Definition
(noun) a female fox

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vixen

vixen sounds like (vex) which is to annoy, implying ill tempered !!


10 1

by nuttynav

The VIXEN runs off with the CHICKEN from the nearby farm.
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by pushpa_edit

oxen means cow who is very generous female. vixen is opp. of oxen which is wicked, ill-
tempered woman or fox.
1 5

by cp.jethani
Vixen=vicks +enraged;when we put vicks we have cold or headache , hence we will bw
short tempered.
1 2

by rakei

Vixen like Foxen....so like Fox, shrewed and ill-tempered woman


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by mdmobashir

vociferous
Short Definition : clamorous; noisy; V. vociferate: cry out loudly (when complaining)

Definition
(adj) conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
Synonyms : blatant , clamant , clamorous , strident
Example Sentence
blatant radios
a clamorous uproar
strident demands
a vociferous mob

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vociferous

VOICE + FURIOUS = noisy


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by usairforce1985

take the second part of word --> FEROUS !!! it is oer of IRON .. so when iron peices
collide with each other ... they make noise !! "" ferous --> iron --> collide to make noise
""
26 2

by meetrahulkhandelwal

sounds like "voice of ferous(iron)" which is very noisy.


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by cp.jethani

Vociferous (Voice(y) + Furs) Imagine a bird fluttering its wings rapidly in air. What kind
of sound its FURS (of Wings) gonna make?? Very OFFENSIVELY LOUD SOUND.
3 5

by r4nj33t

Vociferous (loud)is the opposite of harmonious (peaceful).


1 3

by pushpa_edit

vocy or walky talky is quite noisy


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by 1.6k

do you remembr the cindrella's aunty had a cat called LUCIFER. its a rugged cat which
never listens to what the aunt says and makes noises. the arrogant cat. so lucifer =
vocifer(ous) = noisy , loud
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by arulmozhi

voice furious
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by friendofafriend

vociferous = Voice + ferous (cut something); sound is going to cut something i.e loud
sound.
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by shaktipada

vogue
Short Definition : popular fashion; Ex. Jeans became the vogue.
Definition
(noun) the popular taste at a given time
Synonyms : style , trend
Example Sentence
leather is the latest vogue
he followed current trends
the 1920s had a style of their own

Definition
(noun) a current state of general acceptance and use

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vogue

remember provogue brand


32 1

by srikanthdude1987

vogue is like "bhog" in Hindi. bhog represents comfort. One will wants bhog will be up
to date with all the vogues.
4 5

by garrulous

Vogue and provoke...sometimes fashion trends (in vogue) provoke (anger) a certain class
of conservative people.
2 4

by pushpa_edit

VOGUE is a vey popular magazine


0 2

by NelsonNishanth

vogue seems like the vog(hunger) in nepali which is prevalent in the karnali region
0 0

by santosh pokhrel
Isn't a ROGUE always STYLIST? ;)
0 0

by swetz

rog + u shape pant is the fashion


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by sansecretcp

volatile
Short Definition : changeable; of a quickly changing nature (as of temper); mercurial;
tending to violence; evaporating rapidly; Ex. volatile character/situation in the street

Definition
(noun) a volatile substance; a substance that changes readily from solid or liquid to a
vapor
Example Sentence
it was heated to evaporate the volatiles

Definition
(adj) evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures
Example Sentence
volatile oils
volatile solvents

Definition
(adj) liable to lead to sudden change or violence
Synonyms : explosive
Example Sentence
an explosive issue
a volatile situation with troops and rioters eager for a confrontation

Definition
(adj) marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments
Synonyms : fickle
Example Sentence
fickle friends
a flirt's volatile affections
Definition
(adj) tending to vary often or widely
Example Sentence
volatile stocks
volatile emotions

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for volatile

volatile memory is a computer memory which gets erased when power is turned off, i.e.,
changed suddenly like RAM, so VOLATILE means Lliable tochange
7 1

by nikhilparasher

Think: Vola (volume)-tile (vile)... The VOLUME of the liquid in the VILE changed
quickly into a vapor.
1 1

by KOGrad

Volatile and ethereal...both mean light, delicate.


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by pushpa_edit

volleyball = air ball. Volatile = will be in air in a second . they actually have same roots
(volare = fly)
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by roozbeh33

volition
Short Definition : act of using one's will; act of making a conscious choice; Ex. She
selected this dress of her own volition.

Definition
(noun) the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention
Synonyms : will
Example Sentence
the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt

Definition
(noun) the act of making a choice
Synonyms : willing
Example Sentence
followed my father of my own volition

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for volition

Volition: Voting- Politicion


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by bugmenot

voluntary action
19 2

by ksameer_coep

Remember "violation". It means "act of not complying to one's will" (e.g., harassment
etc.,). "volition" sounds pretty much like that but, opposite in meaning.
5 7

by garrulous

Volition (Volley + Shun):Act of making a conscious decision. Volley : Volley Ball Shun :
To Stop Concerning his degrading grades Nikhil "MADE A CONSCIOUS DECISION"
of holding his participation in VOLLEY BALL MATCHES.
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by r4nj33t

viola i found the right choice in gre question mcqs


2 4

by dr_gauravsuneja

BHOLI (ingenue/gullible) SON has not volition as his parents take all
desions.
2 2

by userdce

volition sounds like volatile...n u sud me careful while handaling t volatile materials
2 1

by chanakyabhandari

vOli(P)TION v (we) want options for choosing...that is free will option of chosing
2 1

by bharatinuguri

Volition is to be at one's discretion.


1 3

by pushpa_edit

volichan: it mean choice


1 0

by savvysamrat

voting(VOLI)+Conduction(TION)
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by nancy.yadav

volley
Short Definition : simultaneous discharge of a number of shots; V.

Definition
(noun) rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms
Synonyms : burst , fusillade , salvo
Example Sentence
our fusillade from the left flank caught them by surprise
Definition
(noun) a tennis return made by hitting the ball before it bounces

Definition
(verb) be dispersed in a volley
Example Sentence
gun shots volleyed at the attackers

Definition
(verb) hit before it touches the ground
Example Sentence
volley the tennis ball

Definition
(verb) discharge in, or as if in, a volley
Example Sentence
the attackers volleyed gunshots at the civilians

Definition
(verb) make a volley

Definition
(verb) utter rapidly
Example Sentence
volley a string of curses

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for volley

just like in volley-ball we throw shots at each other..


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by 1.6k

"Vaali", the elder brother of "Sugreeva" could hurl stones at enemies with ease. He
volleyed the enemies with stones.
1 5

by garrulous

valley is collection of large no of mountains, so meaning is LARGE NO OF THINGS


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by nikhilparasher

voluble
Short Definition : fluent; talkative; glib; N. volubility

Definition
(adj) marked by a ready flow of speech
Example Sentence
she is an extremely voluble young woman who engages in soliloquies not
conversations

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for voluble

Remember "volume" in TV controls. It's related to sound. This voluble is also related to
speaking.
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by garrulous

Voluable (talkative) and inconversable (reserved) have opposite meanings.


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by pushpa_edit

voluminous
Short Definition : having great volume (as of a garment or container); bulky; large

Definition
(adj) large in volume or bulk
Example Sentence
a voluminous skirt
Definition
(adj) marked by repeated turns and bends
Synonyms : tortuous , twisting , twisty , winding
Example Sentence
a tortuous road up the mountain
winding roads are full of surprises
had to steer the car down a twisty track

Definition
(adj) large in number or quantity (especially of discourse)
Synonyms : copious
Example Sentence
she took copious notes
a subject of voluminous legislation

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for voluminous

Its simple VOLUMINOUS MEANS full of volume so ITS GENERALLY REFERS TO


sth LARGE,ENORMOUS...
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by kick_ass

Voluminous (large) and conciseness (brief) are opposites.


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by pushpa_edit

voluptuous
Short Definition : sensual; of or giving sensual pleasure; indulging in sensual pleasures;
Ex. voluptuous lines; Ex. voluptuous life of the Romans; N. voluptuary: voluptuous
person

Definition
(adj) having strong sexual appeal
Synonyms : juicy , luscious , red-hot , toothsome
Example Sentence
juicy barmaids
a red-hot mama
a voluptuous woman
a toothsome blonde in a tight dress

Definition
(adj) (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
Synonyms : bosomy , busty , buxom , curvaceous , curvy , full-bosomed , sonsie ,
sonsy , stacked , well-endowed
Example Sentence
Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes
a curvy young woman in a tight dress

Definition
(adj) displaying luxury and furnishing gratification to the senses
Synonyms : epicurean , luxuriant , luxurious , sybaritic , voluptuary
Example Sentence
an epicurean banquet
enjoyed a luxurious suite with a crystal chandelier and thick oriental rugs
Lucullus spent the remainder of his days in voluptuous magnificence
a chinchilla robe of sybaritic lavishness

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for voluptuous

Voluptuous and sensuous have the same sound and meaning.


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by pushpa_edit

voluptuous (vol~ voltage +up+tuous).voltage of a body goes up, after seeing a girl who is
VERY BEUATIFUL,or SEXUALLY APPEALING.(some thing that is very beautiful and
attracting.. girl/object....)
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by NarenSuri

voodoo
Short Definition : religion practiced chiefly in Haiti
Definition
(noun) a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers
Synonyms : fetich , fetish , hoodoo , juju

Definition
(noun) (Haiti) followers of a religion that involves witchcraft and animistic deities

Definition
(noun) a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti);
involves witchcraft and animistic deities
Synonyms : hoodooism , vodoun , voodooism

Definition
(verb) bewitch by or as if by a voodoo

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for voodoo

Axe released a version of deo called "voodoo". The intention is to represent "charm and
magic" of the fragrance.
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by garrulous

Voodoo is a car in Haiti Mission in GTA3 ..... just think as its a religion practice by ppl of
Haiti
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by kushal1987

Voodoo is taboo. Sorcery (voodoo) is considered a taboo (something that is prohibited by


religion or social custom).
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by pushpa_edit

voracious
Short Definition : ravenous; eating large quantities of food; exceedingly eager;
insatiable; Ex. voracious animal/reader

Definition
(adj) excessively greedy and grasping
Synonyms : rapacious , ravening
Example Sentence
a rapacious divorcee on the prowl
ravening creditors
paying taxes to voracious governments

Definition
(adj) devouring or craving food in great quantities
Synonyms : edacious , esurient , rapacious , ravening , ravenous , wolfish
Example Sentence
edacious vultures
a rapacious appetite
ravenous as wolves
voracious sharks

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for voracious

remember carniVORES ,herbiVORES...So "VORE" tells sumthing about eating.


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by ArDoR

Voracious (BORA RICE FOR US) Imagine you are seeking a BORA BHARKAR RICE
for yourself.. what does it signifies? Simply you be such a food craver !!
14 12

by r4nj33t

Break Voracious as VO RAkhI US ne jab bandhi meen ne bohat sa khana khushii meen
kha leya.
2 17

by umair_uddin2003

vo rac ious (eating one rack of food).


1 0

by sansecretcp

Vora (wore) + acious (Asha ) girls wore different sadi in asha (mean greedy in +ve way)
1 0

by acidburn

Voracious and gluttonous are similar in sound and they mean... greedy.
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by pushpa_edit

vortex
Short Definition : whirlwind; whirlpool; center of turbulence; predicament into which
one is inexorably plunged

Definition
(noun) the shape of something rotating rapidly
Synonyms : convolution , swirl , whirl

Definition
(noun) a powerful circular current of water (usually the result of conflicting tides)
Synonyms : maelstrom , whirlpool

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vortex

Vertex is the higher point .Vortex is lower point caused by the whirlpool.
11 3

by rakei

for the 2nd meaning: more tax, is a difficult situation in which you get stuck and cannot
escape.
3 1

by friendofafriend
Sounds as Vertex. A vertex of a Circle ( The round Whirlpool in this case ) Lies in the
center. So Vortex is the Center of the Turbulence( disturbance ) or whirlpool. ( Imagine
Circular Whirlpool ).
2 1

by GRE_1500

Relate vortex to vertex...


1 5

by vidz

A Vortex creates turbulence, thereby wreaking havoc.


0 6

by pushpa_edit

whirl(vor)+ textile in washing machine is a water current.


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by sansecretcp

vouch
Short Definition : give a personal guarantee; Ex. I can vouch for his integrity; N.
voucher

Definition
(verb) give personal assurance; guarantee
Example Sentence
Will he vouch for me?

Definition
(verb) give surety or assume responsibility
Synonyms : guarantee
Example Sentence
I vouch for the quality of my products
Definition
(verb) summon (a vouchee) into court to warrant or defend a title

Definition
(verb) give supporting evidence
Example Sentence
He vouched his words by his deeds

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vouch

link it like..... casting couch mein Directors guarantees(vouch) the heroine of giving role
in the film...
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by meetrahulkhandelwal

we get differnt types of Voucher coupens which garantees us for certain amount of
discounts
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by kushal1987

A vouch is a vow, an oath.


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by pushpa_edit

vouch sounds like vachan which means promise


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by komya

vouchsafe
Short Definition : grant condescendingly; guarantee; Ex. vouchsafe your fair return on
your investment

Definition
(verb) grant in a condescending manner
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vouchsafe

VouchSafe: A voucher is valuable, and where do we keep valuables - in a safe- a safe is a


guaranteed security, therefore vouchsafe.
13 5

by rihaan

imagine whenever you buy something If you will be provided "VOUCHER" then you
will feel "SAFE", nothing but guaranteeed. so
VOUCHER+SAFE=vouchsafe=guaranteed.
2 2

by nataraj_mnemonic

when you give vouchers for safety of people you vouchsafe....


1 1

by nileshdive

Imagine u've gone for skydiving afetr training u the expert skydivers WILL START
TELLING U RULES ,PRECAUTIONS,THEIR EXPERIENCES AND SAFETY BCUZ
THEY WANT U TO BE WATCHEDSAFE
1 1

by kick_ass

Vouchsafe...embrace (an offer)... to give your consent.


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by pushpa_edit

voyeur
Short Definition : Peeping Tom; person who derives sexual gratification from observing
the sexual acts of others

Definition
(noun) a viewer who enjoys seeing the sex acts or sex organs of others
Synonyms : peeper , peeping tom
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for voyeur

wow yeh yaar!


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by cp.jethani

A voyeur is a vulgar person.


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by pushpa_edit

voyeur= viewer!!
3 1

by madness

Can be taken as Voyage :- (here) A Journey of sexual satisfaction by peeping into the
neighbors washroom window, using binoculars.
1 1

by GRE_1500

voyeur sounds like only viewer... (who cannot indulge in sexual activities except seeing)
1 0

by nari4ever94

vaya polanthutu pakaran (in tamil open mouth and seeing the film)
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by sansecretcp

Vulgur(Vo)+Viewer(yuer)
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by nancy.yadav

vulgar
Short Definition : of the common people; deficient in refinement; not refined; coarse;
Ex. vulgar display of wealth; N. vulgarism: vulgarity; crudely indecent word; CF.
vulgarian: vulgar person; boor; lout

Definition
(adj) lacking refinement or cultivation or taste
Synonyms : coarse , common , rough-cut , uncouth
Example Sentence
he had coarse manners but a first-rate mind
behavior that branded him as common
an untutored and uncouth human being
an uncouth soldier--a real tough guy
appealing to the vulgar taste for violence
the vulgar display of the newly rich

Definition
(adj) of or associated with the great masses of people
Synonyms : common , plebeian , unwashed
Example Sentence
the common people in those days suffered greatly
behavior that branded him as common
his square plebeian nose
a vulgar and objectionable person
the unwashed masses

Definition
(adj) being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language
Synonyms : common , vernacular
Example Sentence
common parlance
a vernacular term
vernacular speakers
the vulgar tongue of the masses
the technical and vulgar names for an animal species

Definition
(adj) conspicuously and tastelessly indecent
Synonyms : crude , earthy , gross
Example Sentence
coarse language
a crude joke
crude behavior
an earthy sense of humor
a revoltingly gross expletive
a vulgar gesture
full of language so vulgar it should have been edited

vulnerable
Short Definition : susceptible to wounds or attack; N. vulnerability

Definition
(adj) susceptible to attack
Example Sentence
a vulnerable bridge

Definition
(adj) susceptible to criticism or persuasion or temptation
Example Sentence
vulnerable to bribery
an argument vulnerable to refutation

Definition
(adj) capable of being wounded or hurt
Example Sentence
vulnerable parts of the body

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vulnerable

this word sounds like "wounded able"...so one who gets wounded very easily
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by ishandave

vul ner(ve) able - able to break the nerve ..


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by ramsclaiton
vul(bark in tamil) ok dog are susceptible to attack
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by sansecretcp

Vulnerable and critical have the same sounds and they mean, in some kind of hazard.
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by pushpa_edit

vulpine
Short Definition : like a fox; crafty

Definition
(adj) resembling or characteristic of a fox
Synonyms : vulpecular
Example Sentence
vulpine cunning

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vulpine

VULP sounds like WOLF


11 3

by atiya

PINE is sharp, thus it makes the syn :clever, crafty, cunning, foxy, ingenious, shrewdness,
skillful, sly, tricky, wily.
7 1

by gatz_funky

Vultures usually work with foxes. Both of then are scavengers. Vulpine = Vulture partner
Fox. Fox Like.
1 0

by pradepkumar
confusion is between lupine(wolf like) and vulpine (fox like). In marathi wolf means
'landaga' so it starts with 'l' so it can be associated with wolf and vulpine with fox
1 0

by vaichidrewar

Vul + Pine -> Pine Tree has sharp needle like leaves. So the Vulpine person is sharp,
cunning like a fox.
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by GRE_1500

vul(dog barking sound in tamil) sound in pine forest are like a fox.
1 0

by sansecretcp

Vulpine (fox like) and bovine (cow) both refer to animals. Equine: Horse like
0 1

by pushpa_edit

cervine:deer ovine:sheep corvine:crow vulpine:wolf


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by K.NAGAABHISHEK

The trick to distinguishing the fox-like vulpine / From the adjective meaning wolf-like
lupine / Is to associate the "v" with voluptuous vixen / And the "l" with Harrys lunar-
loving Professor Lupin.
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by thebookie3

Vulpine- Professor Lupin in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, who is a
warewolf.
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by Namclearbluesky

vulture
Short Definition : carrion-eating birds

Definition
(noun) any of various large diurnal birds of prey having naked heads and weak claws and
feeding chiefly on carrion

Definition
(noun) someone who attacks in search of booty
Synonyms : marauder , piranha , predator

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vulture

vulture has no culture, very greedy and hunting other


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by ceiga

A vulture is an oppressor (someone who treats others harshly).


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by pushpa_edit