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1. Vacillate (aarsel) :: He mocked his challenger as a vacillator who could spend the whole time debating himself
2. Vacuous (nutteloos) :: From his face you can see nothing but a kind of goofy goodnature and the vacuous halfbaked expression of a child bewildered by all the strange things that are going on all around him
3. Vagary (kuur) :: I have been in particularly reflective and sombre mood recently feeling vulnerable to the vagaries of city life
4. Vagrant (swerwer) :: The moon glows like a phosphrous on the vagrant waters
5. Vapid (saai) :: The whole exercise is so intellectually vapid the result is meaningless
6. Variegated (bont) :: The 15performance festival raised a plethora of transglobal issues through variegated stimuli
7. Vehemence (heftigheid) :: the vehemence of his reaction
8. Vehement (heftige) :: At the other end of the scale George Foreman remains the most vehement opponent of this whole enterprise
9. Venal (veil) :: Virtually all of the clergy are portrayed as venal and conspiratorial
10. Veneer (fineer) :: The units are made of plywood with a maple veneer and are attached to the wall studs
11. Venerate (vereer) :: It is in your nature to be worshipped and venerated by those around you
12. Veneration (verering) :: the traditional veneration of saints
13. Venial (verontschuldigendbaar) :: Maybe there is some connection here but its very odd to describe anyone as motivated by veniality
15. Veracious (waarheid getrou) :: After the Promise is one of the most veraciously sentimental films of its period
16. Veracity (waarheid) :: While the first one led me to question these stories veracity the second made me consider their politics
17. Verbiage (breedsprakigheid) :: Even I cant read all that much excessive verbiage so I certainly dont expect you to do so

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