Adverbs Starting with V
Vacantly (adv.) In a vacant manner; inanely.
Vagrantly (adv.) In a vagrant manner.
Vaguely (adv.) In a vague manner.
Vainly (adv.) In a vain manner; in vain.
Validly (adv.) In a valid manner; so as to be valid.
Valuably (adv.) So as to be of value.
Variably (adv.) In a variable manner.
Variously (adv.) In various or different ways.
Vastly (adv.) To a vast extent or degree; very greatly; immensely.
Vauntingly (adv.) In a vaunting manner.
Vehemently (adv.) In a vehement manner.
Venally (adv.) In a venal manner.
Vengeancely (adv.) Extremely; excessively.
Ventrad (adv.) Toward the ventral side; on the ventral side; ventrally; -- opposed to dorsad.
Veraciously (adv.) In a veracious manner.
Verbally (adv.) In a verbal manner; orally.
Verbally (adv.) Word for word; verbatim.
Verbatim (adv.) Word for word; in the same words; verbally; as, to tell a story verbatim as another has related it.
Verdantly (adv.) In a verdant manner.
Verily (adv.) In very truth; beyond doubt or question; in fact; certainly.
Verminously (adv.) In a verminous manner.
Vernacularly (adv.) In a vernacular manner; in the vernacular.
Verrayment (adv.) Verily; truly.
Vertebrally (adv.) At or within a vertebra or vertebrae; -- distinguished from interverterbrally.
Vertically (adv.) In a vertical manner, position, or direction; perpendicularly; as, to look down vertically; to raise a thing vertically.
Very (adv.) In a high degree; to no small extent; exceedingly; excessively; extremely; as, a very great mountain; a very bright sum; a very cold day; the river flows very rapidly; he was very much hurt.
Vexingly (adv.) In a vexing manner; so as to vex, tease, or irritate.
Vicariously (adv.) In a vicarious manner.
Videlicet (adv.) To wit; namely; -- often abbreviated to viz.
Vigilantly (adv.) In a vigilant manner.
Violently (adv.) In a violent manner.
Virtually (adv.) In a virtual manner; in efficacy or effect only, and not actually; to all intents and purposes; practically.
Virulently (adv.) In a virulent manner.
Vis-a-vis (adv.) Face to face.
Vitally (adv.) In a vital manner.
Vively (adv.) In a lively manner.
Viviparously (adv.) In a viviparous manner.
Viz (adv.) To wit; that is; namely.
Vocally (adv.) In a vocal manner; with voice; orally; with audible sound.
Vocally (adv.) In words; verbally; as, to express desires vocally.
Volcanically (adv.) Like a volcano.
Voluntarily (adv.) In a voluntary manner; of one's own will; spontaneously.
Vulgarly (adv.) In a vulgar manner.
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