Words for the GRE--Part 6
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a (of language) used in ordinary conversation; not formal or literary
- b bending; twisting; (esp. of a person's body): thin, supple and graceful
- c magnificent
- d of the present time only
- e an act of attacking or plundering; ravage; pillage.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A state of disuse.
- to explain, worry about, or work at something repeatedly or more than necessary
- twisting force; causing rotation
- embezzle (funds with which one has been entrusted); defraud
- speak badly of or tell lies about (someone) so as to damage their reputation
5 True/False Questions
privation → regular customer; person who gives support
proverbial → of the present time only
auspicious → hesitating or doubting; not to be relied upon; suspect.
sophistry → dandified; affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner
teetotal → oppose to alcohol