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Veratrine

ˈvɛrətriːn

Meanings of Veratrine:

noun

A poisonous substance consisting of a mixture of alkaloids which occurs in the seeds of sabadilla and related plants.

Usage examples:

In cases of poisoning by veratrine the stomach tube should be used or an emetic administered.

Meanings of Veratrum:

noun

A plant of a genus that includes the false helleborines.

Usage examples:

Overdose of veratrum may result in continuous, prolonged vomiting, which may lead to dehydration.

Meanings of Veratrums:

noun

A plant of a genus that includes the false helleborines.

Usage examples:

Overdose of veratrum may result in continuous, prolonged vomiting, which may lead to dehydration.

Meanings of Verb:

noun

A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of a sentence, such as hear, become, happen.

Usage examples:

This could be a preposition, a verb, or a noun which does not in fact count as the ‘possessor’.
verb

Use (a word that is not conventionally used as a verb, typically a noun) as a verb.

Usage examples:

Any english noun can be verbed, but some are more resistant than others

Meanings of Verbal:

adjective

Relating to or in the form of words.

Usage examples:

The root of the problem is visual rather than verbal
noun

A word or words functioning as a verb.

verb

Attribute a damaging statement to (a suspect), especially dishonestly.

Usage examples:

Him verballing other people at a meeting on the other side of the world apparently putting things i…

Verbalise

ˈvɜː.bəl.aɪz

Meanings of Verbalise:

verb

Express (ideas or feelings) in words, especially by speaking out loud.

Usage examples:

They are unable to verbalize their real feelings

Verbalised

ˈvɜː.bəl.aɪz

Meanings of Verbalised:

verb

Express (ideas or feelings) in words, especially by speaking out loud.

Usage examples:

They are unable to verbalize their real feelings

Meanings of Verbalising:

verb

Express (ideas or feelings) in words, especially by speaking out loud.

Usage examples:

They are unable to verbalize their real feelings

Verbalism

ˈvəːb(ə)lɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Verbalism:

noun

Concentration on forms of expression rather than content.

Usage examples:

Verbalism means thinking of the words instead of with them

Meanings of Verbality:

noun

The quality or fact of being (merely) verbal; speech or writing, especially when long-winded, verbose, or lacking in meaning, substance, value, a basis in reality, etc.; verbalism.

Verbalize

ˈvɜː.bəl.aɪz

Meanings of Verbalize:

verb

Express (ideas or feelings) in words, especially by speaking out loud.

Usage examples:

They are unable to verbalize their real feelings

Meanings of Verbalized:

verb

Express (ideas or feelings) in words, especially by speaking out loud.

Usage examples:

They are unable to verbalize their real feelings

Verbalizing

ˈvəːb(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Verbalizing:

verb

Express (ideas or feelings) in words, especially by speaking out loud.

Usage examples:

They are unable to verbalize their real feelings

Verbally

ˈvɜː.bəl.i

Meanings of Verbally:

adverb

By means of words.

Usage examples:

She claimed to have been verbally abused

Verbals

ˈvəːb(ə)l

Meanings of Verbals:

noun

A word or words functioning as a verb.

verb

Attribute a damaging statement to (a suspect), especially dishonestly.

Usage examples:

Him verballing other people at a meeting on the other side of the world apparently putting things i…
adjective

Relating to or in the form of words.

Usage examples:

The root of the problem is visual rather than verbal

Meanings of Verbarian:

adjective

Of or relating to words.

Verbascum

vəːˈbaskəm

Meanings of Verbascum:

noun

A plant of a genus that comprises the mulleins.

Usage examples:

Plants that may require staking to hold their blooms high include canterbury bells, hollyhocks, and…

Meanings of Verbate:

verb

To transcribe or reproduce word for word.

Meanings of Verbatim:

adverb

In exactly the same words as were used originally.

Usage examples:

Subjects were instructed to recall the passage verbatim
adjective

Copied, quoted, or translated in exactly the same words as were used originally.

Usage examples:

A verbatim account

Verbena

vɜːˈbiː.nə

Meanings of Verbena:

noun

A chiefly american herbaceous plant which bears heads of bright showy flowers, widely cultivated as a garden ornamental.

Usage examples:

We planted verbena around our crape myrtle, and it has gone wild, spilling over the edges of the co…
noun

A plant that has small colourful flowers growing in groups on its stems. there are many different types of verbena, some of which are used in perfumes, etc. or to make tea

Usage examples:

Plants with thin stems and leaves, such as tall verbena, fit in without blocking other plants.

Meanings of Verbenaceous:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of the family verbenaceae, comprising herbaceous plants, shrubs, and a few trees and lianes, native mainly to warm regions of the americas and asia.

Meanings of Verbenas:

noun

A chiefly american herbaceous plant which bears heads of bright showy flowers, widely cultivated as a garden ornamental.

Usage examples:

We planted verbena around our crape myrtle, and it has gone wild, spilling over the edges of the co…

Meanings of Verbene:

noun

Originally: common vervain, verbena officinalis. in later use: any plant of the genus verbena or (more widely) the family verbenaceae.

Meanings of Verberate:

verb

To strike (something) so as to produce a sound; to cause to reverberate or resound; to generate or emanate (sound) in this way.

Meanings of Verberation:

noun

The action of beating or striking so as to cause damage, pain, or injury; especially flogging or scourging.

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