Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Faulty; corrupt; vicious.

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Examples

  • As you can see not all the Halloween anniversaries of our first date have been happy but there is one vitial factor to them - we were together through them and it is a date that marks us as a couple and therefore we felt it important to document what we have done each year.

    Snell-Pym » Six Halloweens

  • Also its a vitial part of training, if i had to do it to live i would! posted by Niranjan on January 22nd, 2009 at 9: 48 am

    British Blogs

  • DANBURY, CT, Wednesday, October 21, 2009: While the hard working crew at Patron Highcroft Racing's Danbury, CT headquarters have been a key to the team's championship success, the team's "extended family" in California and the UK have also played a vitial role in taking the this year's title.

    Motorsport.com: ALMS news

  • While the hard working crew at PatrĂ³n Highcroft Racing's Danbury, CT headquarters have been a key to the team's championship success, the team's "extended family" in California and the UK have also played a vitial role in taking the this year's title.

    PaddockTalk Racing News

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