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Meanings of Vastly:

adverb

To a very great extent; immensely.

Usage examples:

Business practices differ vastly from country to country

Meanings of Vastness:

noun

Very great extent or size; immensity.

Usage examples:

The vastness of the atlantic ocean

Vasts

vɑːst

Meanings of Vasts:

noun

An immense space.

Usage examples:

And up from the vast a murmuring passed as from a wood of pines.
adjective

Of very great extent or quantity; immense.

Usage examples:

A vast plain full of orchards

Meanings of Vastus:

adjective

A latin word meaning "great", used in the medical names and descriptions of some muscles

Meanings of Vasty:

adjective

Extremely big

Usage examples:

Shakespeare's "henry v" famously includes the line: "can this cockpit hold the vasty fields of fran…

Vat

væt

Meanings of Vat:

noun

A large tank or tub used to hold liquid, especially in industry.

Usage examples:

A vat of hot tar
verb

Place or treat in a vat.

Usage examples:

The grapes are vatted for between 15 and 21 days and then aged in small barrels
abbreviation

Value added tax.

Meanings of Vatic:

adjective

Describing or predicting what will happen in the future.

Usage examples:

Vatic utterances

Meanings of Vatican:

noun

The palace and official residence of the pope in rome.

Usage examples:

The vatican is currently engaged in secret talks to bring them back into the catholic fold

Vaticinate

vaˈtɪsɪneɪt

Meanings of Vaticinate:

verb

Foretell the future.

Usage examples:

He vaticinated a period of peace for the continent

Vaticinated

vaˈtɪsɪneɪt

Meanings of Vaticinated:

verb

Foretell the future.

Usage examples:

He vaticinated a period of peace for the continent

Meanings of Vaticinating:

verb

Foretell the future.

Usage examples:

He vaticinated a period of peace for the continent

Meanings of Vatman:

noun

A customs and excise officer who deals with vat.

Usage examples:

This 3 years can also work in reverse, i.e. after 3 years the vatman can't overturn any error or cl…

Meanings of Vats:

noun

A large tank or tub used to hold liquid, especially in industry.

Usage examples:

A vat of hot tar
verb

Place or treat in a vat.

Usage examples:

The grapes are vatted for between 15 and 21 days and then aged in small barrels
abbreviation

Value added tax.

Meanings of Vatted:

verb

Place or treat in a vat.

Usage examples:

The grapes are vatted for between 15 and 21 days and then aged in small barrels
noun

A large tank or tub used to hold liquid, especially in industry.

Usage examples:

a vat of hot tar
abbreviation

Value added tax.

Meanings of Vatting:

verb

Place or treat in a vat.

Usage examples:

The grapes are vatted for between 15 and 21 days and then aged in small barrels
noun

A large tank or tub used to hold liquid, especially in industry.

Usage examples:

a vat of hot tar
abbreviation

Value added tax.

Meanings of Vaudeville:

noun

A type of entertainment popular chiefly in the us in the early 20th century, featuring a mixture of speciality acts such as burlesque comedy and song and dance.

Usage examples:

His comedic roots are in vaudeville

Vaudois

ˈvəʊdwɑː

Meanings of Vaudois:

adjective

Relating to vaud, its people, or their dialect of french.

Usage examples:

‘a nuclear plant takes 10 years to build,’ says vauthier in an english heavily accented with the va…
noun

A native of vaud.

Meanings of Vault:

noun

A roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches, typical of churches and other large, formal buildings.

Usage examples:

A gothic ribbed vault
verb

Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole.

Usage examples:

He vaulted over the gate

Meanings of Vaulted:

adjective

(of a building or room) having an arched roof or roofs.

Usage examples:

A vaulted arcade
verb

Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole.

Usage examples:

He vaulted over the gate

Vaulter

ˈpəʊl ˌvɒl.tər

Meanings of Vaulter:

noun

Someone who takes part in a sport that involves jumping over a high bar using a long stick to push themselves off the ground

Usage examples:

The world's leading pole vaulter

Meanings of Vaulting:

noun

Ornamental work in a vaulted roof or ceiling.

Usage examples:

The magnificent fan vaulting
verb

Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole.

Usage examples:

He vaulted over the gate

Meanings of Vaults:

noun

A roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches, typical of churches and other large, formal buildings.

Usage examples:

A gothic ribbed vault
verb

Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole.

Usage examples:

He vaulted over the gate

Meanings of Vaunt:

verb

Boast about or praise (something), especially excessively.

Usage examples:

He was initially vaunted by the west for his leadership of the country
noun

A boast.

Meanings of Vaunted:

adjective

Praised or boasted about, especially in an excessive way.

Usage examples:

They have utterly eclipsed their vaunted american rivals
verb

Boast about or praise (something), especially excessively.

Usage examples:

He was initially vaunted by the west for his leadership of the country

Meanings of Vaunting:

adjective

Of a boastful nature.

Usage examples:

She expresses vaunting literary ambition
verb

Boast about or praise (something), especially excessively.

Usage examples:

He was initially vaunted by the west for his leadership of the country

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