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verisimilar appearing or seeming to be true or real; probable; likely.
verisimilitude the appearance or semblance of truth or reality. [2 definitions]
veritable true; authentic; real.
vérité see "cinéma vérité." [3 definitions]
verity the quality or condition of being true or real. [2 definitions]
verjuice the sour juice of unripe fruit such as crab apples or grapes. [2 definitions]
vermeil a metal, such as silver, copper, or bronze, that has been gilded.
vermi- worm.
vermicelli a kind of pasta shaped into long, thin threads like spaghetti but thinner.
vermicide a drug or other agent used to kill worms, esp. parasitic intestinal worms.
vermicular of, resembling, or caused by worms. [2 definitions]
vermiculite a highly water-absorbent mineral produced by the heating and expansion of grains of mica, used as a heat insulation and a potting medium for plants.
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.