[ vish ]
/ vɪʃ /
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verb (used without object)
to try to obtain financial or other confidential information from people by placing phone calls, typically automated, that seem to be from a legitimate organization, usually a financial institution: an increase in vishing, facilitated by VoIP, an internet-based phone system.
verb (used with object)
to make a victim in this way: I was vished and now my bank account is empty!
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OTHER WORDS FROM vishvisher, noun
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How to use vish in a sentence
"I can't agree to your vishes," said Mr. Swartz, as soon as the conference was over, and he returned to the bedside.The Trials of the Soldier's Wife|Alex St. Clair Abrams
Why, the ponds be always dry i'the zummer; and I be tould that bean't wholesome vor the little vishes.
Likely, likely—but I doant think the vishes do thrive much in theas ponds.