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Vulgate the Latin translation of the Bible prepared by St. Jerome in the late fourth century and used by the Roman Catholic Church as its official biblical text. [3 definitions]
vulnerability the state of being vulnerable. [2 definitions]
vulnerable capable of being hurt or injured. [3 definitions]
vulpine of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a fox. [2 definitions]
vulture any of various large hawklike birds that feed on dead animals and usu. have dark feathers and a naked head. [2 definitions]
vulva the external female genital organs of mammals.
vying that competes or contends; that vies. [2 definitions]
W1 symbol of the chemical element tungsten.
W2 abbreviation of "west." [2 definitions]
W3 abbreviation of "work."
W4 abbreviation of "watt," or "watts," a unit of electrical power equal to the current of one ampere produced by the electromotive force of one volt, or to one joule per second.
w the twenty-third letter of the English alphabet.
w.1 abbreviation of "with."
w.2 abbreviation of "width," the length or extent of something from one side to the other; breadth.
WA abbreviation of "Washington," a northwestern U.S. state on the Pacific between Canada and Oregon; Washington State.
Wac a member of the Women's Army Corps, a branch of the U.S. Army (acronym for "Women's Army Corps").
WAC abbreviation of "Women's Army Corps."
wacky (slang) odd, eccentric, or crazy.
wad a small mass or ball. [7 definitions]
wadable combined form of wade.
wadding any material used for stuffing or padding. [2 definitions]