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Vomitacious

(Adjective) It refers to something or someone who gives the image such as to make the second person feel like vomiting. It is a slang word which is used only in informal scenarios. It can be More…

Vomitous

something that is vomit-inducing apparent meaning: something that is vomit inducing. The speaker was trying to describe the meal her mother had prepared for her the day after she'd gotten More…

vomitrocious

Repugnant =The color of that car is vomitrocious! Etymology : vomit + -rocious =heard in conversation

voot

to kick in the but =I would voot you! Etymology : the b in boot is replaced with a v

vortex

to mix a mixture in a tube by using a instrument that shakes the tube to create a whirling mass in the tube =Vortex originally meant a whirling mass. In the lab where mixtures need to be More…

Voterate

To vote, especially on an important, landmark decision in policy “Voterate” means to vote, and thereby express one’s opinion regarding an idea for a poll. Two possible More…

VOTERGATE

An alleged scandal involving president George W. Bush winning the 2004 election through voter fraud. (The widespread use of computerized voting machines has led to Votegate.) The coiner of More…

Voweltacular

Marked by a notably large number of vowels The word probably means to be marked by an extravagant number of vowels (i.e. spectacular number of vowels). VOWEL is the root marked by its More…

voxel

a 3D block that makes up the smallest unit of a computer-generated 3D surface =There's a big gap between pixel art and voxel technology. Etymology : blending of volumetric More…

VTD

Verbally transmitted disease. Type of word formation: Acronym from ‘verbally transmitted disease’. Possible reason used: Used in a joking manner to express the fear that More…

vurp

(blending and clipping) vurp, v. is the combination of burping and vomiting in ones mouth. A vurp is a small scale vomit, and does not actually cause the person to spit up or expel anything More…

Vuvuzela

(borrowing) A plastic horn that makes a monotone pitched sound, about two feet in length. Became widely recognizable during the 2010 World Cup, as audio from televised games were largely More…


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