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Vaguely
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In a vague manner. What he vaguely hinted at, but dared not speak. Hawthorne. Vaguely: Faintly, indistinctly, obscurely ambiguously indefinitely
Vagueness
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Vagueness: The quality or state of being vague.
Vagus
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Wandering applied especially to the pneumogastric nerve. n. The vagus, ore pneumogastric, nerve. Vagus: Either of the tenth pair of cranial nerves which relay signals
Vagus nerve
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Vagus nerve: One of the nerves that relays signals to the brain
VAI
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VAI: Institute that offers conflict resolution services to consenting parties that are engaged in a dispute
Vaid
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Vaid: Person who practices Ayurveda, one who practices Ayurvedic medicine
Vail
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Submission decline descent. [Obs.] To yield or recede to give place to show respect by yielding, uncovering, or the like. [Written also vale, and veil.] [Obs.] Thy conve
Vailer
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Vailer: One who vails. [Obs.] Overbury.
Vaimure
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Vaimure: An outer, or exterior. wall. See Vauntmure. [Obs.] Hakluyt.
Vain
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Vanity emptiness now used only in the phrase in vain. For vain. See In vain. [Obs.] Shak. In vain, to no purpose without effect ineffectually. " In vain doth valor blee
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