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Vade
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Vade: To fade hence, to vanish. [Obs.] " Summer leaves all vaded." Shak. They into dust shall vade. Spenser.
Vade mecum
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Vade mecum: A book or other thing that a person carries with him as a constant companion a manual a handbook.
Vadimony
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Vadimony: A bond or pledge for appearance before a judge on a certain day. [Obs.]
Vadium
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Vadium: See Voe. [Scot.]
Vafrous
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Vafrous: Crafty cunning sly as, vafrous tricks. [Obs.] Feltham.
Vagabond
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To play the vagabond to wander like a vagabond to stroll. On every part my vagabonding sight Did cast, and drown mine eyes in sweet delight. Drummond. One who wanders fr
Vagabondage
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Vagabondage: The condition of a vagabond a state or habit of wandering about in idleness vagrancy.
Vagabondism
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Vagabondage. Vagabondism: State of being a vagabond wandering, vagrancy
Vagabondize
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Vagabondize: To play the vagabond to wander about in idleness.
Vagabondry
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Vagabondry: Vagabondage.
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