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virile having the qualities of a man; characteristically masculine. [3 definitions]
virology the scientific study of viruses and of the diseases they cause.
virtu an appreciation for or knowledge of fine objects of art, antiques, or the like. [2 definitions]
virtual not actually being true or real, but closely approximating the truth or reality and having the same effect as if true or real. [3 definitions]
virtually practically; almost completely; very nearly.
virtual reality computer-generated images and sounds that simulate a real environment.
virtue moral excellence; righteousness. [5 definitions]
virtueless combined form of virtue.
virtuosity exceptional ability, style, or skill, esp. as expressed in the fine arts.
virtuoso a person who demonstrates exceptional ability, style, or skill, esp. in music. [2 definitions]
virtuous characterized by moral excellence or righteousness. [2 definitions]
virulent highly poisonous, or extremely injurious to health. [3 definitions]
virus any of a large group of submicroscopic agents that reproduce only in living cells and are disease-producing in humans, animals, and plants. [4 definitions]
vis (Latin) force, power, or strength.
visa permission granted by an appropriate national official, and so indicated on a passport, that its bearer may travel within that nation. [2 definitions]
visage the face of a person, statue, or the like, esp. in regard to its appearance or expression.
vis--vis face-to-face. [4 definitions]
viscera the internal organs of the body, esp. those in the thorax and abdomen. [2 definitions]
visceral of, concerning, or affecting the viscera, the internal organs of the body, esp. those of the thorax and abdomen. [4 definitions]
viscid of a gluelike consistency. [2 definitions]
viscose a viscous solution of treated cellulose used in making such products as rayon and cellophane. [4 definitions]