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Venice a seaport in northeastern Italy, that is built on many small islands, formerly the seat of a powerful maritime city-state.
venin any of the various poisonous constituents of animal venoms.
venire see venire facias. [2 definitions]
venire facias a writ issued by a judge that directs an official to summon qualified citizens to serve on a jury. [2 definitions]
venireman someone summoned under a venire facias to appear in court as a prospective juror.
venison the flesh of a deer, used as food.
veni, vidi, vici (Latin) I came, I saw, I conquered (said by Julius Caesar after a victory).
Venn diagram a type of diagram that uses overlapping circles to show shared characteristics among groups or sets.
venom the poisonous fluid that certain snakes, insects, scorpions, and other animals produce and transmit to their prey by biting or stinging. [2 definitions]
venomous producing venom; able to inflict a poisonous bite or sting. [2 definitions]
venous of, relating to, or composed of veins. [2 definitions]
vent an opening which allows entrance, passage, or exit of a gas or vapor, esp. of air or smoke. [5 definitions]
ventilate to provide (an interior space) with fresh air or a means of air circulation. [3 definitions]
ventilation the process of ventilating or state of being ventilated. [2 definitions]
ventilator something that ventilates, esp. a device that expels foul air and draws in clean, fresh air.
ventless combined form of vent.
ventral situated on the anterior or lower side of the body, an organ, or the like. [2 definitions]
ventricle one of the lower chambers of the heart, which receive blood from the atria. [2 definitions]
ventriloquism the skill or practice of speaking so that the voice appears to arise from a source other than the speaker; ventriloquy.
ventriloquy ventriloquism.
venture an undertaking or enterprise that involves risk or is of uncertain outcome. [6 definitions]