List of Adverbs Starting with V and their example sentences
|Adverbs Starting with V
|Our teacher was vacantly staring at the board while the students were taking notes.
Harry vacantly ignored the question.
If you look vacantly at anything, you stare at it without much interest.
|That restaurant owner’s proposal tries to convince us vainly to eat there because his food isn’t that good.
|Good medications are validly required when people feel sick, such as physical or mental illnesses like depression.
I have never been validly married to John, but he is legally my husband.
This new way of living is validly influencing our lifestyle.
|Our marketing director is vapidly overweight.
|The sky is variably cloudy today.
|There are variously different types of birds.
|This data is variably gut-wrenching and also varietally unheard of.
|You should avoid using this product as it can variedly affect your health.
|There are three ways to use a forklift, variably depending on if you need more accuracy or speed.
|Venomously, our competitors could not engineer a battery that would handle the power required for the flame thrower, but the problem was easily solved.
|She had to speak ventrally to John, who is highly verbose.
|Verbally, he tried to warn them of their folly, but verily he was unable to stop them.
I would genuinely believe that verily he was not eligible for the promotion due to his negative attitude towards his co-workers and colleagues.
|He called me verbally.
It was initially envisaged that they would verbally discuss their grievances.
|The dog vigilantly protects the house from intruders.
|Vigorously encourage employees to work hard and make a great effort.
He will vigorously invest in stocks that are about to rise.
The athlete vigorously trains to win the gold medal.
He vigorously defends the suspect in court.
|Viciously attack the opponent with vicious punches.
The rooster viciously begins crowing at 6 AM every morning.
|This new data is vitally important to our research.
I could instantly tell that something was vitally wrong with him.
It seems vitally important that people realize what they are doing when they use social media.
|Please visibly communicate your project ideas tomorrow.
Visibly the food industry is using more virtual techniques.
The police have increased their presence in the area visibly.
|Vocally many people are complaining about this decision.
|Could you virtually lift this box?
Telling her, she would visit him virtually made her feel better.
After being virtually eliminated in the first round of playoffs, we were barely visible on TV.
It is virtually impossible to enter the building without identification.
|Victoriously ran the marathon without injuries.
|Visually, she made her point clear to her audience.
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- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb