A complete list of Barron's GRE Wordlist, with meanings and sentences.
The series has the entire wordlist split by alphabets, and also a mega complete wordlist, of all 3757 words.
This is Wordlist C.
huge Radio City Music Hall has a colossal stage.
gigantic statue The legendary Colossus of Rhodes, bronze statue of the sun god that dominated the harbor of the Greek seaport, was one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
in a coma; extremely sleepy The long-winded orator soon had his audience in a comatose state.
easily burned After the recent outbreak of fires in private homes, the fire commissioner ordered that all combustible materials be kept in safe containers.
attractive; agreeable I would rather have a poor and comely wife than a rich and homely one.
something fit to be eaten The roast turkey and other comestibles, the wines, and the excellent service made this Thanksgiving dinner particularly memorable.
rebuke; deserts After his earlier rudeness, we were delighted to see him get his comeuppance.
courtesy; civility A spirit of comity should exist among nations.
to draft for military purposes; to take for public use The policeman commandeered the first car that approached and ordered the driver to go to the nearest hospital.
remembering; honoring The new commemorative stamp honors the late Martin Luther King, Jr.
equal in extent Your reward will be commensurate with your effort.
feel or express pity or sympathy for Her friends commiserated with the widow.
spacious and comfortable After sleeping in a small roadside cabins, they found their hotel suite commodious.
held in common; of a group of people When they were divorced, they had trouble dividing their communal property.
agreement; contract The signers of the Mayflower Compact were establishing a form of government.
tightly packed; firm; brief His short, compact body was better suited to wrestling than to basketball.
harmonious; in harmony with They were compatible neighbors, never quarreling over unimportant matters.
overpowering; irresistible in effect The prosecutor presented a well-reasoned case, but the defense attorney's compelling arguments for leniency won over the jury.
brief, comprehensive summary This text can serve as a compendium of the tremendous amount of new material being developed in this field.
making up for; repaying Can a compensatory education program make up for the inadequate schooling he received in earlier years?
listing of statistical information in tabular or book form The compilation of available scholarships serves a very valuable purpose.
self-satisfied There was a complacent look on his face as he examined his paintings.
trying to please; obliging The courtier obeyed the king's orders in a complaisant manner.
complete; consummate; make perfect The waiter recommended a glass of port to complement the cheese.
conformity in fulfilling requirements; readiness to yield The design for the new school had to be in compliance with the local building code.
yielding He was compliant and ready to go along with his friends' desires.
participation; involvement You cannot keep your complicity in this affair secret very long; you would be wise to admit your involvement immediately.
element; ingredient I wish all the components of my stereo system were working at the same time.
bear one's self; behave He comported himself with great dignity.
mental calmness Even the latest work crisis failed to shake her composure.
combine; constitute; pay interest; increase The makers of the popular cold remedy compounded a nasal decongestant with an antihistamine.
thorough; inclusive This book provides a comprehensive review of verbal and math skills for the SAT.
close; squeeze; contract She compressed the package under her arm.
include; consist of If the District of Columbia were to be granted a statehood, the United States of America would comprise fifty-onestates, not just fifty.
adjust; endanger the interests or reputation of Your presence at the scene of the dispute compromises our claim to neutrality in this matter.
remorse The judge was especially severe in this sentencing because he felt that the criminal had shown no compunction for his heinous crime.
reckon; calculate He failed to compute the interest, so his bank balance was not accurate.
link as in a chain It is difficult to understand how these events could concatenate as they did without outside assistance.
hollow The back-packers found partial shelter from the storm by huddling against the concave wall of the cliff.
admit; hield Despite all the evidence Monica had assembled, Mark refused to concede that she was right.
whimsical idea; extravagant metaphor He was an entertaining companion, always expressing himself in amusing conceits and witty turns of phrase.
having a common center The target was made of concentric circles.
beginning; forming of a idea At the first conception of the work, he was consulted.
mutually agreed on; done together The girl scouts in the troop made a concerted effort to raise funds for their annual outing, and emitted a concerted sigh when their leader announced that they had reached their goal.
an act of yielding Before they could reach an agreement, both sides had to make certain concessions.
reconciling; soothing She was still angry despite his conciliatory words.
brief and compact When you define a new word, be concise; the shorter the definition, the easier it is to remember.
private meeting He was present at all their conclaves as an unofficial observer.
decisive; ending all debate When the stolen books turned up in John's locker, we finally had conclusive evidence of the identity of the mysterious thief.
prepare by combining; make up in concert How did the inventive chef ever concoct such strange dish?
that which accompanies Culture is not always a concomitant of wealth.
harmony Watching Tweediedum and Tweedledee battle, Alice wondered why the two brothers could not manage to life in concord.
agree Did you concur with the decision of the court or did you find it unfair?
happening at the same time In America, the colonists were resisting the demands of the mother contry; at the concurrent moment in France, the middle class was sowing the seeds of rebellion.
bestow courtesies with a superior air The king condescended to grant an audience to the friends of the condemned man.
adequate; deservedly severe The public approved the condign punishment for the crime.
seasonings; spices Spanish food is full of condiments.
express sympathetic sorrow His friends gathered to condole with him over his loss.
overlook; forgive; give tacit approval; excuse Unlike Widow Douglass, who condoned Huck's minor offenses, Miss Watson did nothing but scold.
helpful; contributive Rest and proper diet are conducive to good health.
aqueduct; passageway for fluids Water was brought to the army in the desert by an improvised conduit from the adjoining mountain.