- Veterans Administration.
- Virginia (approved especially for use with zip code).
- Also va Electricity. volt-ampere; volt-amperes.
- verb active.
- verbal adjective.
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Related Wordsaffectation, charade, conceit, disguise, fake, front, grandiosity, hypocrisy, ostentation, phony, pomposity, pretension, put-on, show, snobbery, splash, vainglory, showboat, showiness, va
Examples from the Web for va
He could have used a ride to a VA facility for health care, he said.Wounded Warrior Project Under Fire
September 26, 2014
Brilliantly, the VA hangs the original alongside the retouched version.How Horst Captured Dietrich, Rita Hayworth, and Vivien Leigh—and Changed Fashion Photography
September 8, 2014
Or—the VA crisis, the border crisis, the Middle East crisis, the wage-and-inequality crisis, et cetera—about much of anything.The GOP’s 20-Year War on Health Care
July 25, 2014
And it means the VA scandal that already took down its secretary is still growing.
Overall, some evidence of scheduling fraud was found in 76 percent of the 731 VA facilities reviewed for the audit.
When it thunders the children say, Domeniddio va in carozza.The Valleys of Tirol
R. H. Busk
"Va bene, va bene," said Egidio, and made no effort to detain him.Ragna
Anna Miller Costantini
"I don't know who's to finish the stencilling in Va," said Kathleen Wilcox.Loyal to the School
"Me va interesando ese Dean Inge," he wrote to me last year.Tragic Sense Of Life
Miguel de Unamuno
Zeus in his sleep became, by the earth, father of Attes, Va being both male and female in his nature.Myth, Ritual And Religion, Vol. 2 (of 2)
- Holy See (Vatican State)
- (in the US) Veterans' Administration
- Vicar Apostolic
- Vice Admiral
- (Order of) Victoria and Albert
- verb active
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