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(pronounced VEH-lehm)

Vellum is an extra fine version of parchment, a thin, paper-like material made from hides of goats, sheep and calves. Historically it has been used to write, draw and paint upon, as

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(pronounced ven-DET-ta)

A very strong work that, in Italian, means revenge. A vendetta is never good. It’s usually a drawn-out progression of hostile acts performed to retaliate against and wage revenge on an opponent. At its most

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(pronounced VEH-ner-eh-behl)

A stately sounding adjective communicating respect through age, experience, benevolence, and/or accomplishment.

Example: Justin became a little tongue-tied when he came face-to-face with and

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(pronounced VER-dyur or VER-jer)

In everyday terms, this noun refers to the greenness of growing vegetation or even the vegetation itself. In the design industry, the term can also be used to describe scenes

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(pronounced ver-NA-kyeh-lehr or veh-NA-kyeh-lehr)

As a noun, this smart-sounding word means the overall language style / dialect or even a particular expression of a group or class of people – the mode being more “common”

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(pronounced VIRV)

Maybe because this word looks a little like “nerve,” we feel that it already hints at its meaning, which is high energy, vitality, and vivacity. The word just jumps right out at you

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(pronounced VEHS-tihj)

This noun can actually mean a tangible, physical footprint, but it’s most often used to describe the smallest quantity or trace of something, or a hint, mark, or visible

vet
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(pronounced vet)

No, we’re not talking about those who have served in the military or the person who takes care of your little Fido or Morris. We’re actually referring to a verb meaning either to subject to