Anagram and Scrabble words and meanings from Vaoruops ?

Overplus (n.): That which remains after a supply, or beyond a quantity proposed; surplus.

Pervious (a.): Admitting passage; capable of being penetrated by another body or substance; permeable; as, a pervious soil.

Pervious (a.): Capable of being penetrated, or seen through, by physical or mental vision.

Pervious (a.): Capable of penetrating or pervading.

Pervious (a.): Open; -- used synonymously with perforate, as applied to the nostrils or birds.

Previous (a.): Going before in time; being or happening before something else; antecedent; prior; as, previous arrangements; a previous illness.

Vaporous (a.): Having the form or nature of vapor.

Vaporous (a.): Full of vapors or exhalations.

Vaporous (a.): Producing vapors; hence, windy; flatulent.

Vaporous (a.): Unreal; unsubstantial; vain; whimsical.

Viperous (a.): Having the qualities of a viper; malignant; venomous; as, a viperous tongue.

Overplus (n): Extreme excess

Pervious (a): Admitting of passage or entrance

Previous (s): Just preceding something else in time or order

Previous (s): Too soon or too hasty

Previous (s): (used especially of persons) of the immediate past

Pushover (n): Any undertaking that is easy to do

Pushover (n): Someone who is easily taken advantage of

Vaporous (s): Filled with vapor

Vaporous (s): Resembling or characteristic of vapor

Vaporous (s): So thin as to transmit light

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