(Vend"i*ble) a. [L. vendibilis: cf. OF. vendible, F. vendable.] Capable of being vended, or
sold; that may be sold; salable.
The regulating of prices of things vendible.Bacon.
Vendible differs from marketable; the latter signifies proper or fit for market, according to the laws or
customs of a place. Vendible has no reference to such legal fitness.
(Vend"i*ble), n. Something to be sold, or offered for sale. Vend"i*ble*ness, n. - - Vend"i*bly,
(Ven"di*tate) v. t. [See Venditation.] To cry up. as if for sale; to blazon. [Obs.] Holland.
(Ven`di*ta"tion) n. [L. venditatio, fr. venditare, venditatum, to offer again and again for
sale, v. freq. of vendere. See Vend.] The act of setting forth ostentatiously; a boastful display. [Obs.]
(Ven*di"tion) n. [L. venditio: cf. F. vendition.] The act of vending, or selling; sale.
(Vend"or) n. [See Vender.] A vender; a seller; the correlative of vendee.
(Vends) n. pl. (Ethnol.) See Wends.
Vendue master, one who is authorized to sell any property by vendue; an auctioneer. [Obsoles.]
(Ven*due") n. [OF. vendue, from F. vendre, p. p. vendu, vendue, to sell.] A public sale of
anything, by outcry, to the highest bidder; an auction. [Obsoles.]
(Ve*neer") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Veneered ; p. pr. & vb. n. Veneering.] [G. furnieren, fourniren,
fr. F. fournir to furnish. See Furnish.] To overlay or plate with a thin layer of wood or other material
for outer finish or decoration; as, to veneer a piece of furniture with mahogany. Used also figuratively.
As a rogue in grainTennyson.
Veneered with sanctimonious theory.
Veneer moth (Zoöl.), any moth of the genus Chilo; so called because the mottled colors resemble
those of veneering.
(Ve*neer"), n. [Cf. G. furnier or fournier. See Veneer, v. t.] A thin leaf or layer of a more
valuable or beautiful material for overlaying an inferior one, especially such a thin leaf of wood to be
glued to a cheaper wood; hence, external show; gloss; false pretense.
1. The act or art of one who veneers.
2. Thin wood or other material used as a veneer.
(Ve*nef"ic*al) a. [L. veneficus.] Veneficial. [Obs.] "Venefical instruments." B. Jonson.
(Ven"e*fice) n. [L. veneficium, fr. veneficus poisoning; venenum poison + facere to make: cf.
F. vénéfice.] The act or practice of poisoning. [Obs.]
(Ven`e*fi"cial Ven`e*fi"cious) a. Acting by poison; used in poisoning or in sorcery. [Obs.] "An
old veneficious practice." Sir T. Browne. Ven`e*fi"cious*ly, adv. [Obs.]
(Ven"e*mous) a. Venomous. [Obs.]