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Meanings of Viable:

adjective

Capable of working successfully; feasible.

Usage examples:

The proposed investment was economically viable

Viably

ˈvaɪ.ə.bli

Meanings of Viably:

adverb

In a way that is able to succeed or to work as intended

Usage examples:

The challenge to me as a manufacturer is to run the company viably., it doesn't have enough bedroom…

Viaducts

ˈvaɪə.dʌkt

Meanings of Viaducts:

noun

A long bridge-like structure, typically a series of arches, carrying a road or railway across a valley or other low ground.

Usage examples:

From the stone walls and landscaped embankments to the sweep of the footbridges and the modern viad…

Vial

vaɪl

Meanings of Vial:

noun

A small container, typically cylindrical and made of glass, used especially for holding liquid medicines.

Usage examples:

Ritter picked up a box off the counter containing three small vials of different colored liquids.

Vials

vaɪl

Meanings of Vials:

noun

A small container, typically cylindrical and made of glass, used especially for holding liquid medicines.

Usage examples:

Ritter picked up a box off the counter containing three small vials of different colored liquids.

Viand

ˈvʌɪənd

Meanings of Viand:

noun

An item of food.

Usage examples:

An unlimited assortment of viands

Viands

ˈvaɪ.əndz

Meanings of Viands:

noun

An item of food.

Usage examples:

An unlimited assortment of viands

Viatica

vʌɪˈatɪkəm

Meanings of Viatica:

noun

The eucharist as given to a person near or in danger of death.

Usage examples:

This was the devastating viaticum of pomponne de bellievre for the dying henry iii, king of france.

Viatical

vaɪˈætɪkəl

Meanings of Viatical:

adjective

Relating to the sale of life insurance policies sold by a dying person to someone else at a price lower than the value of the policy

Usage examples:

The viatical investor paid $80,000 for the $100,000 life insurance policy.

Viaticum

vʌɪˈatɪkəm

Meanings of Viaticum:

noun

The eucharist as given to a person near or in danger of death.

Usage examples:

This was the devastating viaticum of pomponne de bellievre for the dying henry iii, king of france.

Vibe

vʌɪb

Meanings of Vibe:

noun

A person's emotional state or the atmosphere of a place as communicated to and felt by others.

Usage examples:

We've been picking up some bad vibes on that guy
verb

Another term for vibraphone.

Vibes

vʌɪb

Meanings of Vibes:

noun

A person's emotional state or the atmosphere of a place as communicated to and felt by others.

Usage examples:

We've been picking up some bad vibes on that guy
verb

Another term for vibraphone.

plural noun

The feeling you get from being in a particular place or situation or from being with a particular person

Usage examples:

I’m afraid to go there – that place has bad vibes.

Meanings of Vibist:

noun

A musician who plays the vibraphone.

Usage examples:

Hutcherson was possibly the only vibist around who could survive in the heat generated by such a li…

Vibists

ˈvʌɪbɪst

Meanings of Vibists:

noun

A musician who plays the vibraphone.

Usage examples:

Hutcherson was possibly the only vibist around who could survive in the heat generated by such a li…

Meanings of Vibracula:

noun

(in some bryozoans) any of a number of modified zooids that bear a long whiplike seta, serving to prevent other organisms from settling on the colony.

Usage examples:

In ectoprocta there are similar specialized zooids, avacularia, vibracula, and gonozooids.

Meanings of Vibraculum:

noun

(in some bryozoans) any of a number of modified zooids that bear a long whiplike seta, serving to prevent other organisms from settling on the colony.

Usage examples:

In ectoprocta there are similar specialized zooids, avacularia, vibracula, and gonozooids.

Vibrance

ˈvʌɪbr(ə)nsi

Meanings of Vibrance:

noun

The state of being full of energy and life.

Usage examples:

The vibrancy of the city centre

Vibrancy

ˈvʌɪbr(ə)nsi

Meanings of Vibrancy:

noun

The state of being full of energy and life.

Usage examples:

The vibrancy of the city centre

Meanings of Vibrant:

adjective

Full of energy and life.

Usage examples:

A vibrant cosmopolitan city

Meanings of Vibrantly:

adverb

In a way that is energetic, exciting, and full of enthusiasm

Usage examples:

I live in vancouver, which is a vibrantly multi-cultural city., i am now recovered and vibrantly he…

Vibraphone

ˈvaɪ.brə.fəʊn

Meanings of Vibraphone:

noun

A musical percussion instrument with a double row of tuned metal bars, each above a tubular resonator containing a motor-driven rotating vane, giving a vibrato effect.

Usage examples:

‘maybe we'll have some congas and bongos, marimba and vibraphones, a bass drum, cow bells - perhaps…

Vibrate

vaɪˈbreɪt

Meanings of Vibrate:

verb

Move continuously and rapidly to and fro.

Usage examples:

The cabin started to vibrate

Vibrated

vaɪˈbreɪt

Meanings of Vibrated:

verb

Move continuously and rapidly to and fro.

Usage examples:

The cabin started to vibrate

Vibrates

vaɪˈbreɪt

Meanings of Vibrates:

verb

Move continuously and rapidly to and fro.

Usage examples:

The cabin started to vibrate
noun

A setting on an electronic device that causes it to vibrate when something happens, such as receiving a new message

Usage examples:

The show's about to start - i'm going to put my phone on vibrate.

Vibratile

ˈvʌɪbrətʌɪl

Meanings of Vibratile:

adjective

(of cilia, flagella, or other small appendages) capable of or characterized by oscillatory motion.

Usage examples:

When the pulse is hard, frequent, and vibratile, and the temperature is elevated, bryonia is indica…

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