Wrath

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wrath

wrath
\ˈrath\
noun

Definition:

1. Wrath is extreme anger

Example Sentences:

1. a ghost full of wrath will be a vengeful ghost.
2. the wrath of the gods

Synonyms:

acrimony
asperity
hate
offense

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 严酷; 愤怒
Spanish: ira;
Arabic: غيظ;
Hindi: रोष;
Russian: гнев; ярость
French: wrath; colère; colère
German: Zorn; Zorn
Japanese: 憤然
korean: 분노;

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Wary

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wary

wary
\ˈwer-ē\
adjective

Definition:

1. carefu, cautious

Example Sentences:

1. Be wary of Hairy Larry. He smells Terrible.
2. The store owner kept a wary eye on him.

Synonyms:

attentive
circumspect
guarded

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 小心翼翼的; 谨防的
Spanish: cauteloso; escamarse
Arabic: الحذر; حذر
Hindi: होशियार;
Russian: настороженный; подозрительный
French: wary; prudent; prudent
German: vorsichtig; wachsam
Japanese: 用心深い
korean: 경계하는;

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Voluble

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voluble

vol·u·ble
\ˈväl-yə-bəl\
adjective

Definition:

1. talkative

Example Sentences:

1. voluable sound like volume. Voluble People often talk with a large volume voice.
2. An example of voluble is someone who talks a lot

Synonyms:

chatty
loquacious
articulate

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 有口才的; 爱说话的
Spanish: voluble;
Arabic: لفاف; فصيح
Hindi: वाचाल;
Russian: говорливый; многоречивый
French: voluble; volubile;
German: ; redselig
Japanese: バリュアブル
korean: 말이 많은;

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Virulent

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virulent

vir·u·lent
\ˈvir-ə-lənt, ˈvir-yə-\
adjective

Definition:

1. dangerous; harmful

Example Sentences:

1. Viruses can be virulent or dormant. When viruses become virulent, They will make you sick.
2. The country seemed to be returning to the virulent nationalism of its past.

Synonyms:

deadly
destructive
fatal

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 剧毒的; 恶性的
Spanish: virulento;
Arabic: خبيث; سام
Hindi: उग्र;
Russian: страшный; опасный
French: virulent; virulente; virulente
German: virulent; virulent
Japanese: 悪性の
korean: 독이 있는;

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Virtuoso

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virtuoso

vir·tu·o·so
\-ˈō-(ˌ)sō, -(ˌ)zō\
noun

Definition:

1. an accomplished musician

Example Sentences:

1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a virtuso musician who composed over 600 works.
2. He’s a real virtuoso in the kitchen.

Synonyms:

magician
musician
celebrity
performer
authority

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 演艺精湛的人; 艺术大师
Spanish: virtuous; virtuous circle
Arabic: فنان مبدع; الباحث العالم
Hindi: गुणी कलाकार;
Russian: виртуоз;
French: virtuoso; expert; virtuose
German: ; Virtuose
Japanese: 名手
korean: 명인;

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Vindicate

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vindicate

vin·di·cate
\ˈvin-də-ˌkāt\
verb

Definition:

1. to clear from blame or suspicion

Example Sentences:

1. Vince was vindicated of all his crimes and freed from prison.
2. She will be completely vindicated by the evidence.

Synonyms:

absolve
acquit
establish

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 辩护; 为…平反
Spanish: confirmar; confirmando|confirmado
Arabic: برر; صان
Hindi: साबित करना , सिद्ध करना;
Russian: доказывать; отстаивать
French: vindicate; justifier; justifier
German: rechtfertigen; verteidigen
Japanese: 守ります
korean: (비난,의혹을) 풀다;

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Vertigo

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vertigo

ver·ti·go
\ˈvər-ti-ˌgō\
noun

Definition:

1. dizziness

Example Sentences:

1. Vertigo can be caused by fear of vertical heights.
2. When you feel dizzy as you look down from the top of a tall building, this is an example of vertigo.

Synonyms:

disequilibrium
giddiness

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 眩晕; 迷惘
Spanish: vértigo;
Arabic: دوار; دوخة
Hindi: चक्कर आना;
Russian: головокружение;
French: vertigo; vertige;
German: ; Schwindel
Japanese: 目眩い
korean: 버티고;

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Verbose

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verbose

ver·bose
\(ˌ)vər-ˈbōs\
adjective

Definition:

1. talkative; long-winded; rambling

Example Sentences:

1. Verbose Bob talks using a lot of verbs.
2. He is a verbose speaker.

Synonyms:

bombastic
circumlocutory

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 冗长的; 详细的
Spanish: logorreico;
Arabic: مطنب; مسهب
Hindi: शब्दाडंबरपूर्ण; शब्दाडंबरपूर्णता से
Russian: многословный;
French: verbose; verbeux; verbeux
German: ; langatmig
Japanese: 諄い
korean: 수다스런; 현기

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Veracity

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veracity

ve·rac·i·ty
\və-ˈra-sə-tē\
noun

Definition:

1. truthfulness

Example Sentences:

1. Vera the honest girl has a lot of veracity.
2. We questioned the veracity of his statements.

Synonyms:

accuracy
authenticity
credibility
fact

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 老实; 说真实话
Spanish: veracidad;
Arabic: صحة; صدق
Hindi: सच्चाई;
Russian: правда; достоверность
French: veracity; véracité; véracité
German: ; Wahrheitstreue
Japanese: 真実
korean: 진실;

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Venerable

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venerable

ven·er·a·ble
\ˈve-nər(-ə)-bəl, ˈven-rə-bəl\
adjective

Definition:

1. resepcted because of age

Example Sentences:

1. Buddhist monks and nuns have the title venerable.
2. the venerable old man was a cherished source of advice and wisdom for the villagers

Synonyms:

esteemed
grand
imposing

aged

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 庄严的; 值得尊敬的
Spanish: venerable;
Arabic: المكرم;
Hindi: सम्मान्य;
Russian: древний; преподобный
French: venerable; vénérable; vénérable
German: ; ehrwürdig
Japanese: 由緒ある
korean: 존경할만한;

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