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V–1

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noun \ˈvē-ˈwən\

Definition of V–1



Origin and Etymology of v–1

German, abbreviation for Vergeltungswaffe 1, literally, reprisal weapon 1


First Known Use: 1944

Rhymes with v–1

air gun, big gun, blowgun, Bull Run, burp gun, chaconne, Chaplin, dry run, earned run, end run, finespun, first-run, flashgun, forerun, godson, grandson, handgun, hard-won, have done, hired gun, home run, homespun, inrun, long run, milk run, outgun, outrun, popgun, pressrun, rerun, sea-run, short run, shotgun, six-gun, speargun, spray gun, squirt gun, stepson, stun gun, top gun, trial run, undone, well-done, Xiamen, zip gun


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