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V Vocabulary Words Quiz #2

Guess these vocabulary words that start with the letter V.
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Last updated: January 11, 2020
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First submittedDecember 21, 2012
Times taken46,539
Average score65.0%
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Definition
Word
Meat of a deer
Venison
Certain scavenging bird
Vulture
Person who has never had sex
Virgin
Bone in the spine
Vertebra
Female fox or racy woman
Vixen
Garment of the clergy
Vestment
Lush and green
Verdant
Material used to make records
Vinyl
Pertaining to spring
Vernal
Whirlwind, whirlpool, eddy, etc...
Vortex
Definition
Word
Porch with a roof
Verandah
Rank of nobility between baron and earl
Viscount
Manservant; Gentleman's personal gentleman
Valet
Ta-da; Presto!
Voila
The year and place in which a wine was made
Vintage
Extremely skilled player of a musical instrument
Virtuoso
Person who uses no animal products
Vegan
Inoculation
Vaccination
Luxury house in the Italian countryside
Villa
Measure of the "thickness" of a liquid
Viscosity
64 Comments
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Level 75
Mar 24, 2013
Good quiz thanks
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Level 33
Oct 19, 2017
Man I couldn't spell "venison". I tried "vennison and "venisson and couldn't figure out why it didn't work
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Level 77
Mar 26, 2013
I kept typing in "Hungry" and "Sad" and "bad hunter" for Person who uses no animal products but it was not working. Don't know why.
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Level 39
Nov 5, 2015
And that's my favourite comment of the year. :D
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Level 71
Sep 12, 2019
I thought maybe that was because your guesses didn't start with the letter V, but then I tried "Very annoying" and it didn't work either...
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Level 84
Jan 25, 2021
Haha very funny.
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Level 17
Mar 29, 2013
i keep thinking it says "born in the spine"
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Level 67
Apr 23, 2014
Pfffft! Always the same. Couldn't remember the term the English word someone who eats no animal produce; then slapped myself on the forehead when I saw 'vegan'. Voilà also left me feeling "duh". Because it's in French (my language) it didn't even cross my mind. Oh well. I do love how these tests force me to rake my mind.
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Level 73
Apr 14, 2016
I feel like voila is used in English for a slightly different purpose than the original French, perhaps that's why the clue didn't help you much
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Level 46
Apr 21, 2018
TV cooking shows only, pronounced "waalaa!!" - can't finish a recipe without it.
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Level 37
May 17, 2014
I'm not certain where it falls in the hierarchy of titles... but could 'viceroy' be acceptable for the 'viscount' clue?
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Level 75
May 23, 2014
Viceroy is not a title of nobility. It is a ruling representative of the government, often in a colony. The English peerage titles are baron, viscount, earl, marquess, and duke.
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Level 46
Nov 8, 2015
I couldn't spell viscount, I thought it was vicount.
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Level 73
Apr 14, 2016
only reason I knew that answer was because a character in a book I'm reading is a viscount. Otherwise I wouldn't have even thought of it, let alone been able to spell it.
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Level 37
Apr 22, 2018
Not your fault. It is pronounced VIcount, so your spelling of it is understandable. (Another indication of the many "silent" letters

in the English language which drive some of us to drink! )

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Level 44
Sep 8, 2019
I did that too. I also tried to say vestament.
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Level 78
Nov 11, 2019
divantilya, I hesitate to say this, because of the risk of driving you more strongly towards the bottle, but "Vicount" in English would be pronounced with the "i" as in "sin", not as in "Viscount". It needs the "s" to obtain the right pronunciation. Sorry.
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Level 78
Dec 17, 2023
How do you reach that conclusion? Viper, violin, vile, vice (or vise), virus all have the long i sound.
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Level 77
Jun 13, 2014
Couldn't spell vixen or voila... I kept putting vixon and vuala..whoops.
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Level 72
Nov 5, 2015
Ha! Me too! And I am pretty sure I tried every vowel BUT "e" in there. Should I try "e", I thought. Nah, that can't be right.
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Level 62
Jun 16, 2014
Ugh, I said Visecount.
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Level 70
Feb 1, 2015
Spent over 2 minutes trying to come up with Vortex ........... didn't
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Level 59
Jun 26, 2015
A porch without a roof is not a porch. It is a deck or a stoop. When I googled the definition of porch, the first five entries from different dictionary sources all defined it as some kind of covered area. A better clue would have been to just use: A porch.
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Level 77
Nov 5, 2015
The only time I've ever heard of a porch without a roof was after a hurricane blew the roof away. Every porch has a roof, otherwise it's just a deck. Without giving the answer away, Wikipedia describes it as "a roofed, open-air gallery, or porch," which I suggest would make a much better clue.
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Level 77
Sep 20, 2015
Whenever I spell something wrong it's not accepted even though these quizzes in general accept the weirdest spellings. How about accepting "vallet" as well?
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Level 72
Nov 5, 2015
Spelling, my old foe. You have beaten me again.
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Level 72
Nov 5, 2015
As an aside to my admitted bad spelling, dictionary.com seems to agree with me that Veranda doesn't have an "h" at the end. Did I mispell it completely, or is it not accepted without the "h"? If it was the "h" that kept me from getting that, then you should really take "veranda" as well.
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Level 82
Nov 5, 2015
veranda is accepted.
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Level 37
Sep 6, 2018
That's ironic that Veranda is not accepted since the quiz makers usually lop off the "h" in words that have an "h" at the end (e.g. Riyadh).
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Level 82
Jan 7, 2019
veranda is accepted
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Level 79
Sep 8, 2019
'Riyad' does not seem to be accepted any longer on many JetPunk quizzes (thankfully).
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Level 69
Nov 5, 2015
Good one. I surprised myself clearing it with 2:35 left!
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Level 75
Nov 5, 2015
4:13 - that extra cup of coffee helped this morning.
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Level 63
Nov 5, 2015
Ugh, I thought it was "vicomte", not "Viscount".
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Level 55
Nov 5, 2015
In French it is, so you're not wrong. :)
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Level 63
Nov 5, 2015
Is vestibule also a porch with a roof?
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Level 55
Nov 5, 2015
I think vestibule refers more to an small indoor room.
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Level 46
Nov 8, 2015
I spelled vestment as "vestement" but I looked it up and that's the middle english spelling! *sigh*
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Level 79
Feb 6, 2016
Rather to much time for this quiz. Really is rather easy.
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Level 36
Apr 27, 2016
I'm embarrassed at myself for spelling 'vulture,' 'vulcher' and being confused as to why it didn't work
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Level 70
Oct 12, 2016
Good quiz, if you like a challenge just click on Malbaby to see a list of my quizzes.
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Level 22
Oct 12, 2016
Maybe "vellum" should be counted for the records question, as it is used to keep historical records...
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Level 69
Nov 2, 2017
Thanks to my physics teacher for this one: Big whirls have little whirls

That feed on their velocity;

And little whirls have lesser whirls

And so on to viscosity.

Always knew it would come in handy one day!

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Level 51
Dec 4, 2017
So 'vegetarian' is not accepted?
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Level 77
Apr 17, 2018
A vegetarian is someone who doesn't eat meat, but is willing to eat other animal products that don't involve killing the animal (like eggs or dairy products). A vegan won't eat any animal products, period.
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Level 37
Sep 6, 2018
So a vegan subsists on beans, nuts, rice and four products? Sound like an excellent was to get/stay slim (or die of malnutrition).
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
And which nutrients would that be?
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Level 75
Sep 10, 2019
I tried becoming a vegetarian once and gained weight because of all the carbs.
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Level 84
Jan 25, 2021
You can still fry everything in vegetable oil as a vegan and if you don't care about your health.
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Level 44
Mar 22, 2018
kept typing volume for the liquid one like a dummy.. finally got it haha
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Level 54
Jul 26, 2018
LOL could not think of anything but "vellum" for records. Oh right ... THAT kind of record!
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Level 82
Jan 7, 2019
I thought of that, too.
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Level 60
Mar 20, 2024
That's actually a good answer. the clue should really specify gramophone record.
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Level 25
Aug 15, 2018
"Verdurous" should be accepted for lush and green. The only reason I know that word is because there's an anime called "Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet"
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Level 77
Jun 2, 2019
This liquid is dummy thicc, it's VISCOUS
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Level 56
Jun 24, 2019
I kept typing Vivaldi for "Pertaining to spring." I listen to too much classical music lol
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
My mind went down the same track
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Level 86
Jan 1, 2022
What is this "too much classical music" of which you speak?
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Level 37
Sep 8, 2019
Finally got all 20 correct.
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Level 67
Sep 8, 2019
19/20 for my first go so I'm not completely unhappy. For some reason, I was thinking vestibular for the clergy's garment so I was kinda half right!
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Level 67
Nov 29, 2019
Please accept "viola" for "voila"
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Level 51
Dec 7, 2019
Why?
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Level 81
Oct 20, 2020
Let's just change the question for you instead. "Slightly larger than a violin, with a deeper sound". How's that?
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Level 71
Jan 10, 2023
Relatively easy, which is refreshing for a change.