n. (plural of v English)
Usage examples of "v's".
From time to time, Silkies who boarded the V ships learned that some promising boy had been executed by the V's themselves.
But he felt an equivalent resignation, a sadness at the bad luck that had brought him into contact with such a large group of V's at so inopportune a time.
In the darkness on the deck below, Cemp saw that several dozen V's were waiting for him.
So he had his first purpose — to establish the identity of the V's on this ship.
Far from welcoming a superior child, the V's seemed to fear that if allowed to be come full-grown he would be a natural leader and would threaten their freedom.
Cemp swam over to one of the V's who was capable of putting out energy.
They're a rebel group called V's and are suspicious of, and hostile to, the other people in the system.