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vial a small, sometimes stoppered bottle of glass or plastic used for small amounts of liquid medicine, chemicals, perfume, or the like.
via media (Latin) a middle way; compromise between two extremes.
viand an article of food, esp. a delicacy. [2 definitions]
viaticum communion given to someone on the brink of death. [2 definitions]
vibe (often pl.; slang) an emotional quality believed to be detectable in a person or thing by intuition; vibration.
vibes (informal) vibraphone; vibraharp.
vibist a musician who plays the vibraphone.
vibraharp see "vibraphone."
vibrancy the quality or appearance of being full of energy; liveliness.
vibrant full of energy or constant activity as if vibrating or pulsing. [3 definitions]
vibraphone a percussion instrument similar to a marimba but with metal instead of wooden bars and electrically operated resonators that sustain the tone and produce a vibrato.
vibrate to move back and forth very rapidly and steadily; oscillate. [6 definitions]
vibratile of, pertaining to, or characterized by vibration. [3 definitions]
vibration an act or instance of vibrating. [4 definitions]
vibrationless combined form of vibration.
vibrato a vibrating or pulsating effect produced with the voice or on a musical instrument by slight and rapid changes in pitch.
vibratoless combined form of vibrato.
vibrator someone or something that vibrates or causes vibration. [3 definitions]
vibratory of, pertaining to, or causing vibration. [2 definitions]
viburnum any of various shrubs or trees related to honeysuckle, such as the cranberry bush or snowball, that usu. have clusters of small white flowers and red or black berrylike fruit.
vicar in the Anglican Church, a parish priest who receives a salary but not the tithes of the parish, or who acts in place of a rector. [3 definitions]