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Vain endeavors
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Vain endeavors: Useless efforts, attempt that produces no results
Vain hope
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Vain hope: False hope, dream that has no hope of being fulfilled, illusion
Vain idea
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Vain idea: Futile idea, idea that cannot be put to successful use
Vainglorious
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Vainglorious: Feeling or indicating vainglory elated by vanity boastful. "Arrogant and vainglorious expression." Sir M. Hale. Vain`glo"ri*ous*ly, adv. Vain`glo"ri*ous*n
Vaingloriousness
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Vaingloriousness: Showy and pretentious display, arrogant uncalled-for pride in a persons accomplishments
Vainglory
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Vainglory: Excessive vanity excited by ones own performances empty pride undue elation of mind vain show boastfulness. He had nothing of vainglory. Bacon. The mans undone
Vainly
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In a vain manner in vain. Vainly: In a vain manner futilely, uselessly conceitedly
Vainness
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The quality or state of being vain. Vainness: Absence of worth or meaning conceit futility
Vair
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Vair: The skin of the squirrel, much used in the fourteenth century as fur for garments, and frequently mentioned by writers of that period in describing the costly dress
Vairy
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Vairy: A worshiper of the god Vishnu in any of his incarnations.
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