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Vampirish
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Vampirish: Resembling a vampire, similar to a vampire (bloodsucking, parasitic)
Vampirism
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Belief in the existence of vampires. The actions of a vampire the practice of bloodsucking. Fig.: The practice of extortion. Carlyle. Vampirism: Belief in vampires sup
Vamplate
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Vamplate: A round of iron on the shaft of a tilting spear, to protect the hand. [Written also vamplet.]
Vamure
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Vamure: See Vauntmure. [Obs.]
Van
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To fan, or to cleanse by fanning to winnow. [Obs.] Bacon. A fan or other contrivance, as a sieve, for winnowing grain. Etym: [OF. vanne, F. vanneau beam feather (cf. It.
Van de Graaff generator
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Van de Graaff generator: Electrostatic generator, device which produces electrical discharges at high voltage
Van der Waals
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Van der Waals: Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837-1923), Dutch physicist, winner of the 1910 Nobel Prize in Physics family name
Van Eyck
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Van Eyck: Jan van Eyck (c1390-1441), Flemish Renaissance painter Hubert van Eyck (1370-1426), Flemish Renaissance painter brother of Jan van Eyck family name
Van Gogh
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Van Gogh: Family name Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Dutch postimpressionist painter, creator of "Starry Night"
Van Morrison
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Van Morrison: (born 1945) Northern Irish singer and songwriter
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