|GAVOTTE||-||gavotte n. A French dance, in either 4/4 or 2/2 time.|
gavotte v. To perform this dance.
|GRAVEST||-||gravest adj. superlative form of grave: most grave.|
gravest v. (archaic) second-person singular simple present form of grave.
|GRAVITY||-||gravity n. Resultant force on Earth's surface, of the attraction by the Earth's masses, and the centrifugal pseudo-force.|
gravity n. Gravitation, universal force exercised by two bodies onto each other (In casual discussion, gravity and.
gravity n. The state or condition of having weight; weight; heaviness.
|OUTGAVE||-||outgave v. simple past tense of outgive.|
|OVATING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|STAVING||-||staving v. present participle of stave.|
staving n. A casing or lining of staves, especially one encircling a water wheel.
|VAGITUS||-||vagitus n. The crying of a newborn baby.|
|VAGRANT||-||vagrant n. A person without a home; a wanderer.|
vagrant n. (ornithology) A bird found outside its species’ usual range.
vagrant adj. Moving without certain direction; wandering; erratic; unsettled.
|VAGUEST||-||vaguest adj. superlative form of vague: most vague.|
|VANTAGE||-||vantage n. An advantage.|
vantage n. A place or position affording a good view; a vantage point.
vantage n. A superior or more favorable situation or opportunity; gain; profit; advantage.
|VATTING||-||vatting v. present participle of vat.|
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|VAWTING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|VEGETAL||-||vegetal adj. (now rare, historical) Capable of growth and reproduction, but not feeling or reason (often opposed to.|
vegetal adj. Pertaining to vegetables or plants. [from 16th c.].
vegetal adj. (wine) Having a grassy, herbaceous taste.
|VENTAGE||-||ventage n. a puff of air coming through a hole in a wind instrument.|
|VINTAGE||-||vintage n. The yield of grapes or wine from a vineyard or district during one season.|
vintage n. Wine, especially high-quality, identified as to year and vineyard or district of origin.
vintage n. The harvesting of a grape crop and the initial pressing of juice for winemaking.
|VIRGATE||-||virgate n. (historical) The yardland: an obsolete English land measure usually comprising ¼ of a hide and notionally.|
virgate adj. Rod-shaped: straight, long, and thin, (particularly botany) the habitus of plants with straight, erect.
virgate adj. (mycology) Finely striped, often with dark fibers.
|VITRAGE||-||vitrage n. A curtain of light translucent material intended to be secured directly to the woodwork of a French window.|
|VOLTAGE||-||voltage n. (physics) The difference in electrostatic potential between two points in space.|
voltage n. The potential difference between live conductors and neutral conductors or the earth in a system when.
|VULGATE||-||vulgate n. the vernacular language of a people.|
Vulgate p.n. the Latin translation of the Bible (from Hebrew and Greek) made by Saint Jerome.