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Meanings of Voodooing:

verb

Affect (someone) by the practice of voodoo.

Usage examples:

Someone had voodooed her
noun

A religion practised in parts of the caribbean (especially haiti) and the southern us, combining elements of roman catholic ritual with traditional african magical and religious rites, and characterized by sorcery and spirit possession.

Usage examples:

They can use voodoo to help people

Voodoos

ˈvuːduː

Meanings of Voodoos:

noun

A religion practised in parts of the caribbean (especially haiti) and the southern us, combining elements of roman catholic ritual with traditional african magical and religious rites, and characterized by sorcery and spirit possession.

Usage examples:

They can use voodoo to help people
verb

A religion practised in parts of the caribbean and the southern us, combining elements of roman catholic ritual with traditional african magical and religious rites, and characterized by sorcery and spirit possession.

Usage examples:

They can use voodoo to help people

Voortrekker

ˈfʊəˌtrɛkə

Meanings of Voortrekker:

noun

A member of one of the groups of dutch-speaking people who migrated by wagon from the cape colony into the interior from 1836 onwards, in order to live beyond the borders of british rule.

Usage examples:

On the 15th december 1838, 500 voortrekkers formed their 64 wagons into a laager close to the bank …

Voracious

vəˈreɪ.ʃəs

Meanings of Voracious:

adjective

Wanting or devouring great quantities of food.

Usage examples:

A voracious appetite

Meanings of Voraciously:

adverb

In a way that is very eager to have a lot of something

Usage examples:

He read voraciously to learn about ideas that interested him., as the bread arrives at the table sh…

Voraciousness

vəˈreɪ.ʃəs.nəs

Meanings of Voraciousness:

noun

The state of being very eager to have a lot of something

Usage examples:

They ate with the voraciousness of hungry children., her high intellect and her voraciousness for l…

Vortex

ˈvɔː.teks

Meanings of Vortex:

noun

A whirling mass of fluid or air, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind.

Usage examples:

We were caught in a vortex of water

Vortexes

ˈvɔːtɛks

Meanings of Vortexes:

noun

A whirling mass of fluid or air, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind.

Usage examples:

We were caught in a vortex of water

Plural of vortex specialized or literary

Vortical

ˈvɔːtɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Vortical:

adjective

(of motion) like that of a vortex; whirling.

Usage examples:

The particles descend with vortical motion

Vorticella

ˌvɔːtɪˈsɛlə

Meanings of Vorticella:

noun

A sedentary, single-celled aquatic animal with a contractile stalk and a bell-shaped body bearing a ring of cilia.

Usage examples:

On first visual inspection, the vorticella appeared as a small patch of fungus, about 8mm in diamet…

Vorticellas

ˌvɔːtɪˈsɛlə

Meanings of Vorticellas:

noun

A sedentary, single-celled aquatic animal with a contractile stalk and a bell-shaped body bearing a ring of cilia.

Usage examples:

On first visual inspection, the vorticella appeared as a small patch of fungus, about 8mm in diamet…

Vortices

ˈvɔːtɛks

Meanings of Vortices:

noun

A whirling mass of fluid or air, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind.

Usage examples:

We were caught in a vortex of water

Vorticism

ˈvɔːtɪsɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Vorticism:

noun

A british artistic movement of 1914–15 influenced by cubism and futurism and favouring harsh, angular, machine-like forms.

Usage examples:

He made drawings and poems under the influence of vorticism at the age of eighteen

Vorticities

vɔːˈtɪs.ə.ti

Meanings of Vorticities:

noun

The size or speed of a vortex (= a mass of air or water that spins around very fast and pulls objects into its empty centre), or the fact that it exists

Usage examples:

This technique might be used to calculate a local vortex density, or vorticity., vorticity is gener…

Meanings of Vorticity:

noun

A whirling motion of fluid or air.

Usage examples:

Tornado vorticity

Meanings of Votaress:

noun

A female votary, especially a woman who has dedicated herself to religious service, or to the worship of a particular god, goddess, or saint, by taking vows.

Votaries

ˈvəʊt(ə)ri

Meanings of Votaries:

noun

A person, such as a monk or nun, who has made vows of dedication to religious service.

Usage examples:

The conflict between the votaries of hindutva votaries and the left-secular intellectuals has preoc…

Votary

ˈvəʊ.tər.i

Meanings of Votary:

noun

A person, such as a monk or nun, who has made vows of dedication to religious service.

Usage examples:

The conflict between the votaries of hindutva votaries and the left-secular intellectuals has preoc…

Meanings of Votation:

noun

Now chiefly in philippine english. the action of voting; the action of holding a vote.

Vote

vəʊt

Meanings of Vote:

noun

A formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands.

Usage examples:

Voters will have two votes on their ballot paper - one to vote for or against a regional assembly a…
verb

Give or register a vote.

Usage examples:

They voted against the resolution

Vote down

vəʊt

Meanings of Vote down:

idiom

Vote against

phrasal verb

To stop something such as a law or plan by voting against it

Usage examples:

Shareholders voted down three pay-related proposals.

Meanings of Vote with one’s feet:

phrase

Indicate an opinion by being present or absent.

Usage examples:

The east germans voted with their feet in an irresistible move towards freedom

Meanings of Vote-in:

idiom

Elect in a voting process

Meanings of Voted:

verb

Give or register a vote.

Usage examples:

They voted against the resolution
noun

A formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands.

Usage examples:

Voters will have two votes on their ballot paper - one to vote for or against a regional assembly a…

Meanings of Voteen:

noun

A devout or zealously religious person, a devotee. also (especially in later use): a sanctimonious or ostentatiously pious person.

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