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GRE vocab week 1
Terms in this set (36)
not fully formed; disorganized
to overwhelm; to surround and attack
To mix, combine
Shameless boldness. I was shocked by muggers effrontery to kiss me after grabbing my bag.
To make thinner or to purify. The humidifier will rarefy the room by putting the moisture in the air
a bitter verbal attack (noun)
To cause to happen, to throw or fall down (v) or occurring abruptly (adjective)
to set right; to free from error. Let me disabuse you of your foolish notions of married life
(v.) to affirm, declare confidently. I aver that I want to go to business school.
using few words
to weaken. The enervating heat of sun can be hardly avoided in desert.
High praise, praising speech
To soothe or calm
Degrade or humble. Kenney abases people.
to grow or develop quickly. The market for her work has burgeoned in recent years
A gullible person (n). To deplete drain weaken (v)
(adj.) mysterious, magical, supernatural; secret (v.) to hide, conceal; eclipse; (n.) matters involving the supernatural
to deny; dispute; oppose. Cersei gainsays that joeffry is Jamie's son
the essential or central part
ability to be molded
Liveliness or exuberance, especially in manner or expression
(adj.) Uncultured or ignorant, lacking in knowledge
(adj.) Poorly or crudely made
(adj.) Without artificiality; natural, sincere
craftiness; trickery, Or cleverness and skill
Lacking stability, uncertain
To fail to meet an obligation
Winding, or crooked and tricky. Highly involved or complex
to win over, appease. The pagans thought sacrifice would help them propitiate the gods.
to dry out, or to preserve food from drying
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