What is the correct spelling for VICIOIUS?

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Correct spellings for VICIOIUS

  • vacuous Then, the experiment having been brought to an eminently impressive conclusion, the performer playfully took aim with the residue at a portrait of Everard, ninth Baron Quorn, and was successful in hitting that nobleman in the middle of his somewhat vacuous face, and rendering the likeness, if any, for the time unrecognizable.
  • various If they begin to deal with one party, they must deal with the same party during the season, because of the difficulty of keeping accounts with the various parties in the town.
  • veracious They were what discoursed to you, told the veracious story of lives and emotions-not lamely, as words do, mingling the trivial with the significant, but altogether perfectly.
  • vicious He saw clearly that the prize system is a vicious one and that better results may be obtained without it.
  • viciously As we gained ground he gradually backed up to the edge of the cliff, snorting viciously but making no effort whatever either to escape along a lateral bench or to attack.
  • vinous Almost everywhere they ask for dry wine, but at the same time require it so vinous and so strong that there is scarcely any other than the wine of Sillery which can satisfy them....
  • viscous The thought of the woman's personality clung to me like a viscous web.
  • viscus A, the viscus , or organ, enveloped by serous membrane; B, layer of membrane lining cavity; C, membrane reflected to envelop viscus ; D, outer layer of viscus , with blood-vessels at E communicating with the general circulation.
  • vivacious He had been vivacious and even charming.
  • voracious She observed that he did not wolf his food, voracious though he was.
  • visors When we again drive Edward over the boarders, on that day we will throw off our visors , and Sir William Wallace shall place the crown on my head."
  • viziers The sultan looked at me for a short time, and then consulted with the viziers and others, who stood by the throne with their arms folded.

38 words made from the letters VICIOIUS