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voice synthesizer an electronic synthesizer designed to simulate human speech.
void containing nothing; barren; empty. [11 definitions]
voidable combined form of void.
voilą (French) there it is! (often used to express satisfaction or success).
voile a sheer, open-weave fabric made from wool, silk, cotton, or rayon, and used esp. for lightweight dresses or curtains.
VoIP abbreviation of "Voice over Internet Protocol," a technology that provides voice telephony services over the Internet or other similar network.
voir dire an oath sworn by a prospective witness or juror to tell the truth in an examination by which a court seeks to determine that person's competence to participate in a trial.
vol. abbreviation of "volume."
volant flying or able to fly. [3 definitions]
volatile rapidly changeable, esp. tending to become violent. [3 definitions]
volatility the condition or property of being volatile.
volatilize to become volatile or dissipate as vapor. [2 definitions]
vol-au-vent a large light flaky pastry shell filled with chicken, game, or fish in a cream sauce.
volcanic of, characterized by, or relating to a volcano or volcanoes. [3 definitions]
volcanic glass a natural glass produced by the rapid cooling of lava, such as obsidian or pitchstone.
volcanism the force, activity, or phenomena associated with volcanoes.
volcano a vent in the earth's crust through which molten rock, ash, gases, and the like are expelled. [2 definitions]
volcanologist one who studies or works professionally in the field of volcanology.
volcanology the scientific study of volcanic phenomena.
vole any of several small rodents similar to mice but having short limbs and tails.
Volga a major river, the longest in Europe, flowing through central Russia and emptying into the Caspian Sea.