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Vaccinist
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Vaccinist: A vaccinator.
Vaccinium
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Vaccinium: A genus of ericaceous shrubs including the various kinds of blueberries and the true cranberries.
Vacher
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Vacher: A keeper of stock or cattle a herdsman. [Southwestern U. S.] Bartlett.
Vachery
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Vachery: An inclosure for cows. A dairy. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] Prompt. Parv.
Vachette clasp
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Vachette clasp: A piece of strong steel wire with the ends curved and pointed, used on toe or quarter cracks to bind the edges together and prevent motion. It is clasped
Vacillancy
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Vacillancy: The quality or state of being vacillant, or wavering. [R.] Dr. H. More.
Vacillant
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Vacillant: Vacillating wavering fluctuating irresolute.
Vacillate
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To move one way and the other to reel or stagger to waver. [A spheroid] is always liable to shift and vacillatefrom one axis to another. Paley. To fluctuate in mind or o
Vacillating
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Vacillating: Inclined to fluctuate wavering. Tennyson. Vac"il*la`ting*ly, adv.
Vacillation
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The act of vacillating a moving one way and the other a wavering. His vacillations, or an alternation of knowledge and doubt. Jer. Taylor. Vacillation: Swaying to and
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