Definition of


  1. (noun, attribute) a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively
    it gave me a nostalgic vibe

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Synonyms of Vibe


Alternate forms of Vibe

Hypernyms: air, atmosphere, aura

Origin of the word Vibe

  1. 1940, short for vibraphone; attested from 1967 as an abbreviated form of vibration in the 1960s slang sense of "instinctive feelings." more

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Words that sound like Vibe

8vo, v, v-1, v.p., va, vayu, veau, vfw, vhf, vi, vie, view, vii, viii, vip, viva, vivify, vow

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