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Similar words: precariousprecariouslyvariousnefariousuproariousgregariousmultifariousviciousMeaning: [vaɪ'kerɪəs /vɪ'keər-]  adj. 1. experienced at secondhand 2. occurring in an abnormal part of the body instead of the usual site involved in that function 3. suffered or done by one person as a substitute for another. 
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(1) He gets vicarious thrills from watching people bungee jumping.
(2) The reader of adventure stories wants romance and vicarious excitement.
(3) They get a vicarious thrill from watching motor racing.
(4) She invents fantasy lives for her own vicarious pleasure.
(5) He gained vicarious pleasure from watching people laughing and joking.
(6) He got a vicarious thrill out of watching his son score the winning goal.
(7) This takes me into atonement as vicarious love.
(8) Many people enjoyed the vicarious thrill of military victory.
(9) The local health authority accepted vicarious liability for this protocol.
(10) Yet, increasingly, vicarious experience via film, video and music is a substitute for civic life and community.
(11) The writer is engaged in a kind of vicarious interaction with a presumed reader and anticipates and provides for likely reactions.
(12) It enable us to dabble in vicarious vice and to sit in smug judgement on the result.
(13) Vicarious performance of a personal contract will not discharge the vendor nor bind the customer.
(14) Their owners glory in their pets' vicarious tie to Nature.
(15) Mothers often get some vicarious pleasure from their children's success.
(16) They are omnivores of vicarious experience but often queasy around its manifestations.
(17) Beige popsters take a vicarious pride in the slow baptism of fire that their chosen genre and its protagonists underwent.
(18) I love reading: I have an insatiable appetite for vicarious experience.
(19) Perhaps you would like to help; please do not feel maudlin or offer a vicarious prayer.
(20) No one could have been more sympathetic to the detail of the poor man's need(, or more capable of vicarious imagination.
(21) I laugh a lot, throwing my head back with vicarious pleasure at many of these stories.
(22) He is hardly a sentimental sap who is prone to vicarious patriotism.
(23) This resulted in a strict demarcation between the employer's personal duty and his vicarious liability.
(24) His is a temperament well calculated to flatter and intrigue readers in the early teens and to draw them into vicarious adventure.
(25) During times of economic and political stability, on-the-field sports violence allows for tension release, through vicarious identification with the aggressor.
(26) But it had been enough to ensure him, at least pictorially, a vicarious immortality.
(27) The sense in which he has created it - by writing the poem - is acknowledged to be simply vicarious pleasure.
(28) Symbols of gracious living or memories of childhood dreams, popular prints allowed for vicarious experience.
(29) Inevitably though, these disguises inspired in readers a sense of vicarious danger or disgust.
(30) He sued the defendants on the grounds of their vicarious liability for his brother's negligence and breach of statutory duty.
More similar words: precariousprecariouslyvariousnefariousuproariousgregariousmultifariousviciousseriousfuriouscuriousuxoriousgloriousnotoriousimperiousspuriousdeliriouscuriouslyfuriouslypenuriouslaboriousficus caricanotoriouslymysteriouslugubriousillustriousindustriouslaboriouslyavariciouslyperspicacious
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