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v& (verb) : raided or arrested -pronounced /vand/ as in "vanned"

Submitted by: Alex HackMiami from Florida on Nov. 11, 2013 21:51


v-card (noun) : virginity

Andrea announces to the camera that she is Christian and conservative.``I'm saving my V-card until marriage,'' she says. —Mark A. Perigard, Boston Herald, April 13, 2009

Submitted by: The Word Prince of Bellaire from California on May. 04, 2009 15:38


V-Pop (noun) : Vietnamese pop music

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 06, 2018 03:30


va va voom (interjection) : when something or someone is hot this is often said

The guy nextdoor said va va voom when that model walked by.

Submitted by: Rissa from Ohio on Oct. 27, 2007 22:33


vaca (noun) : vacation

Submitted by: Opra Windoodles from Pennsylvania on Mar. 13, 2009 09:38


vacation daze (noun) : To return to work after a long and relaxing vacation, only to be traumatized by seeing co-workers again and being hit with work that was not completed while you were on vacation.

My friend has been in a vacation daze all week.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 18, 2007 14:57


vacationship (noun) : a temporary romantic relationship that takes place during a vacation

Submitted by: Matt Rappaport from Canada on Jan. 23, 2011 15:46


vacay

(noun) : a vacation

Submitted by: on Feb. 13, 2013 09:11


(noun) : vacation

I think I need a vacay day because I am starting to feel burned out.

Submitted by: K.A. Hoffa from Pennsylvania on Apr. 15, 2009 12:43


vaccinatable (adjective) : describing typically a disease against which a vaccine ordinarily can be used to prevent infection

She had immunity to the usual vaccinatable diseases.

Submitted by: Ann D. from Colorado on Nov. 06, 2007 13:48


Vactual (adjective) : When something you know is real, but you have only read about it on the internet

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 22, 2006 15:23