V Vocabulary Words Quiz #1

Can you guess these vocabulary words that start with the letter V?
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Last updated: September 12, 2018
First submittedDecember 21, 2012
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Definition
Word
Where grapes are grown
Vineyard
Toxin injected by a snake bite
Venom
Opposite of prose
Verse
Large tub
Vat
The graduate with the best grades
Valedictorian
Sexy and curvaceous
Voluptuous
Person who damages property
Vandal
Singer
Vocalist
One who owes fealty to a superior
in the the feudal system
Vassal
Term for animals
that are pests or nuisances
Vermin
Definition
Word
An occupation for one which one
is especially suited
Vocation
Overly proud, especially about appearance
Vain
The intersection of two edges on a polygon
Vertex
Unstable; potentially explosive
Volatile
Parish priest in the Church of England
Vicar
Those at the forefront of an army
or a social movement
Vanguard
Word for word
Verbatim
South African soccer game noisemaker
Vuvuzela
Instrument that is like a large violin
Viola
Thin, decorative layer over
a coarser material
Veneer
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Level 58
Jan 23, 2013
I only remembered vuvuzela because they make such a horrible noise- I guess I'm an old fart too!
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Level 76
Dec 9, 2020
What? I remember it and I'm 18
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Level 43
Aug 21, 2013
valedictorian in Australia means anyone who passes out/says goodbye. Person with best grades is dux, medallist, top honours
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Level 70
Nov 8, 2017
Yeah, Brit here and i had never heard of Valedictorian either. It may be a US thing, or else it has just passed me by.
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Level 67
Oct 21, 2018
I have heard of valedictorian as an American term, but it is never used here in New Zealand. The top scholar is Dux.
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Level 77
Oct 22, 2018
That's where the US term comes from. The class valedictorian traditionally gives the valedictory, or farewell speech at graduation. The salutatorian ranks second in class and gives the salutatory speech. I know because our daughter was her high school class valedictorian and had to write the speech.
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Level 87
May 5, 2019
My sister's was a rambling hippie speech when she had dreadlocks.
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Level 75
Jul 10, 2014
Kept thinking word for word meant a synonym for "word"
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Level 39
May 28, 2015
same. I was thinking of vocabulary. was scratching my head wondering why it wouldn't take it.
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Level 79
Feb 16, 2017
Same. Was trying vocabulary, verbiage, etc.
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Level 75
Jul 10, 2014
Is verse really the opposite of prose?
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Level 71
Dec 10, 2020
I don't think so. Is singing the opposite of speaking, or just different?
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Level 44
Jan 26, 2015
Poetry is the opposite of prose, not verse.
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Level 83
May 28, 2015
I tried "voetry" but that didn't work.
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Level 81
Aug 17, 2016
That's like saying that big is the opposite of small, not large.
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Level 84
May 28, 2015
A viola is not "like" a large violin, it IS a large violin, an alto violin to be precise. As a matter of fact, that's how we call it in French.
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Level 83
Aug 29, 2019
How do you know this clue was not written in Valley girl speak?
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Level 75
May 28, 2015
Did anyone else think of va-va-va-voom for "sexy and curvaceous"?
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Level 71
Sep 4, 2016
I did! I'm glad to know I'm not the only weirdo :-)
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Level 84
May 27, 2018
Same, except my voom only had 2 vas.
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Level 67
Aug 20, 2019
Yes and I vote for va-va-voom to be accepted. :)

(I first tried vivacious, which isn't really about body shape, but neither is the origins of the word voluptuous)

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Level 68
May 28, 2015
Vixen ("a sexually attractive woman") for sexy and curvaceous?
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Level 26
May 31, 2015
That's what I thought.
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Level 71
Sep 4, 2016
Vixens don't have to be curvaceous, but the answer to this clue does have to be an adjective.
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Level 76
May 28, 2015
I don't think "Profession or trade" is a good definition for "vocation". I would try "inclination or inner call"
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Level 67
Aug 20, 2019
yea your job isnt (synonymous to) your vocation. A vocation is a calling. For some it turns into their job (Like wanting to heal people and becoming a doctor). For others it is something to do besides your job (like volunteering at a homeless shelter or help build schools in africa). It is about something that is (spiritually) important to you and you feel like you need to do. And when someone dedicates their lives to it in some cases it becomes their profession
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Level 74
Oct 30, 2020
Agreed, a vocation is more specific than than just one's profession or trade. It's a calling to do something worthy or that requires personal dedication.
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Level ∞
Sep 4, 2022
This has been corrected, thank you.
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Level 36
May 28, 2015
What about vivacious for sexy and curvy
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Level 71
Sep 4, 2016
Vivacious doesn't have to imply sexy OR curvy.
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Level 56
May 30, 2015
For "large tub" I've tried Vessel and Vase.
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Level 72
Oct 22, 2018
Wow, what sort of vase are you using that could be considered a tub?
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Level 58
Dec 23, 2019
I thought van was a good guess
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Level 78
Mar 23, 2016
Vicar in a tutu.
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Level 41
Dec 4, 2016
He just wants to live his life this way
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Level 71
May 8, 2016
I couldn't remember how to spell voluptuous!
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Level 41
Dec 4, 2016
Please accept vertices, given its the plural of vertex.
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Level 39
Aug 6, 2018
...a profession or trade is not a vocation, necessarily...
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Level 69
Oct 21, 2018
14/20, not too shabby for a non native speaker. I didn't get Vanguard, the most difficult one, but funnily enough I did get the next 5 least guessed ones. All my misses were in the middle.
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Level 67
Aug 20, 2019
I missed vanguard and voluptuous
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Level 76
Oct 21, 2018
Sexy and curvaceous=va va voom!
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Level 59
Apr 1, 2020
Got vicar by accident and idk how I got voluptuous it autocorrected when I was just guessing around
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Level 28
Dec 21, 2020
Varnish should be added to the veneer option
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Level 56
May 29, 2022
I learned vicar from an episode of Friends
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Level 72
Jul 23, 2022
I wish they would moderate the spellings that are accepted vs not accepted on this site. It's ridiculous. So many stupid, non-sensical spellings are CONSTANTLY accepted on this site. So many "h"s not required that make you have to delete...but then this same site doesn't accept alternative spellings for a word as obscure and hard to spell to English speakers as "vuvuzela". I mean, I tried vevuzela, vavuzela, vuvuzala...come on!. I eventually got it right, but it's so inconsistent on this site.

If you all can't figure out how to spell freaking "Pittsburgh" and stop making it so that I have to delete that annoying "H" at the end, then I'm gonna need you to get real with words like "vuvuzela"!! Seriously, you can't have it both ways! Either be lenient/strict with the spelling of EVERYTHING, or don't.

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Level ∞
Jul 24, 2022
You are asking for your mistakes to be accepted, but other people's mistakes to not be accepted. How could we possibly do that?