- the 22nd letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
- any spoken sound represented by the letter V or v, as in victor, flivver, or shove.
- something having the form of a V.
- a written or printed representation of the letter V or v.
- a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter V or v.
- vide supra.
- Veterinary Surgeon.
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Examples from the Web for vs
Maria Borges, an African model in her second VS show, said everyone back home in Angola would be watching her.I Got Kicked Out Of The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show
December 3, 2014
French designer Pierre-Antoine Vettorello sews large fabric-covered guns into his “Bonnie Magnum vs Samantha Beretta” collection.Monsters of Fashion Exhibition Opens in Paris
February 20, 2013
The site is now operating on a different server, and the organization has not heard from VS since the switch.Pink Loves Consent: an Anti-Rape Victoria’s Secret Spoof That’s Gone Viral
Misty White Sidell
December 11, 2012
It was just one of over a dozen instances in which VS has been called out on its Photoshopping B.S.
But no: “We would never use [her],” said the creative mind behind past VS fashion shows, Sophia Neophitou, to The New York Times.
That is not enough for vs, quod they; and thus thei stroue together.Shakespeare Jest-Books;
Wherfore, of Necessity, the one is much farder from vs, then the other.
But let vs retourne to the profyt that Augustine speaketh of.
Harke you, let vs not be laughing stockes to other mens humors.The Merry Wives of Windsor
I may saie to you he planted in vs the first Italionate wit that we had.
- Veterinary Surgeon
- vide supraSee vide
Word Origin and History for vs
abbreviation in law of Latin versus "against" (see versus). Also sometimes vs.; ver.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- volumetric solution
- The symbol for vanadium.
- The symbol for voltage.
- Abbreviation of volume
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