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vermiform shaped like a worm; long, slender, and sinuous.
vermiform appendix the narrow, blind tube extending from the cecum of the large intestine.
vermiform process the median lobe of the cerebellum. [2 definitions]
vermifuge serving to rid the intestines of worms or other parasites. [2 definitions]
vermilion a bright red to reddish orange color. [2 definitions]
vermin any of numerous insects or small animals, such as cockroaches or mice, that are destructive, harmful, or otherwise objectionable or difficult to control. [3 definitions]
verminous of, like, or infested with vermin. [2 definitions]
Vermont a U.S. state in New England between New Hampshire and New York. (abbr.: VT)
vermouth a white wine that has been flavored with roots, herbs, bitters, or the like, used esp. in cocktails.
vernacular spoken by the native or common people of a region or country. [3 definitions]
vernal of, relating to, or happening in the spring season. [2 definitions]
vernalize to stimulate the growth of (a plant) by chilling the seed or bulb in order to shorten the dormant stage.
vernation the arrangement of leaves in a bud.
vernier a small scale that slides along a larger, fixed scale, used to measure fractional parts of the fixed scale's divisions. [2 definitions]
veronica1 a perennial plant that bears small blue flowers; speedwell. [2 definitions]
veronica2 a bullfighting maneuver in which the matador stands still and slowly swings an open cape in front of the charging bull.
versatile having numerous skills or abilities, usu. being able to turn easily from one type of thing engaged in to another. [2 definitions]
versatility the ability or skill to do a variety of things, usually accompanied by the ability to turn easily from one thing to another. [2 definitions]
verse1 poetry, or a poem, esp. in metrical form. [4 definitions]
verse2 to make knowledgeable or skilled; train; school (usu. fol. by "in").
versed skilled; knowledgeable (usu. fol. by "in").