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Question 1 of 7
Which sentence is correct?
Other definitions for vo. (2 of 2)
very old (used especially to indicate the age of whiskey or brandy, usually six to eight years old).
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How to use vo. in a sentence
Come now, own up, like an honest man, and I von't go tell nobody else about vat you say.All He Knew|John Habberton
You von't think o' arrestin' your own son for the money, and sendin' him off to the Fleet, will you, you unnat'ral wagabone?'The Pickwick Papers|Charles Dickens
"So—vo—lofski, the heroic Pole," cried Madame Beavor, with sundry misgivings at the unexpected cowardice of so great a patriot.Night and Morning, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Advocacy, ad′vo-ka-si, n. the function of an advocate: a pleading for: defence.
Der ocean iss full oof wrecks, und I hope dot ve von't be wrecked in it mitoudt any poats to ged avay in.Motor Matt's Peril, or, Cast Away in the Bahamas|Stanley R. Matthews
British Dictionary definitions for vo. (1 of 2)
very old: used to imply that a brandy or whisky is old; now often extended to port and other dessert wines
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British Dictionary definitions for vo. (2 of 2)
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