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'V' Vocabulary (Hard)
Can you pick the correct word beginning with 'V' that matches each definition?
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'W' Vocabulary (Hard)
(v.) to depart hurriedly
(n.) a group of people leading the way in new development or ideas, or the foremost position in an army advancing into battle
(n.) idle or foolish talk
(n.) a place or position affording a good view of something
(adj.) lacking liveliness, animation or interest
(n.) a holder of land from a feudal lord, receiving protection in return for homage and allegiance
(v.) to boast about or praise something, especially excessively
(adj.) forceful, passionate, or intense
(n.) a soup or sauce made of chicken, veal, or fish stock and cream, thickened with butter and flour
(adj.) of, on, or relating to the underside of an animal or plant
(n.) the language or dialect spoken by native people in a particular country or region
(n.) the appearance of being true or real
(n.) a red pigment made from mercury sulfide, also known as cinnabar, or the vivid color of that pigment
(adj.) of, in, or appropriate to spring
(adj.) causing or tending to cause great annoyance, frustration or worry
(n.) a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant
(v.) to speak or write about in an abusively disparaging manner
(adj.) having or characterized by a relatively high resistance to flow in a fluid or semifluid
(v.) to convert something into glass or a glasslike substance, typically by exposure to heat
(adj.) hard or corrosive in tone, caustic and bitterly scathing
(adj.) of or relating to an occupation or employment
(v.) to shout, complain, or argue loudly
(n.) the prevailing fashion or style at a particular time
(v.) to give or grant something to someone as a promise or privilege
(v.) to improve the strength and resiliency of rubber or a rubberlike material by treatment with sulfur, other additives, heat and pressure
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