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vomitory causing or inducing vomiting; emetic. [5 definitions]
vomitus that which has been vomited. [2 definitions]
voodoo a religious cult or practice, primarily in the West Indies, that is based on the belief in the power of spells and charms. [5 definitions]
voracious consuming large quantities of food with greed or great desire; ravenous. [2 definitions]
-vorous eating or feeding on.
vortex a whirling mass of fluid, air, or the like, such as a whirlpool, that generates a vacuum in the center toward which things are drawn. [2 definitions]
votary a fervent and devoted follower, esp. of a religion, activity, leader, or ideal. [3 definitions]
vote an formal expression of preference in an election or decision. [8 definitions]
voteless without a vote. [2 definitions]
voter one who votes. [2 definitions]
voting machine a machine used in polling places to register and count votes in an election.
votive offered, expressed, or dedicated in order to fulfill a vow or pledge. [2 definitions]
vouch to affirm or certify someone or something to be true, truthful, genuine, or correct (usu. fol. by for). [3 definitions]
voucher a document that serves to prove, certify, or authorize, such as a receipt or an authorization to pay. [2 definitions]
vouchsafe to grant or give with condescension or as a special favor.
voussoir in architecture, any of the wedge-shaped pieces of stone found in an arch or vault.
Vouvray (sometimes l.c.) a medium-dry, sometimes sparkling white wine produced esp. in the province of Lorraine, in France.
vow a solemn oath, commitment, or undertaking that binds one to a particular act, service, or condition. [5 definitions]
vowel a sound in a language produced without constricting or diverting the flow of air through the mouth. [3 definitions]
vox (Latin) voice.
vox populi the voice of the people (Latin); popular opinion or sentiment.