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27 terms

GRE M & N Difficult

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Machination
plot or scheme
Maelstrom
whirlpool; turmoil; agitated state of mind
Magnate
powerful or influential person
Malediction
a curse; a wish of evil upon another
Mar
to damage or deface; spoil
Martinet
strict discipliarian; one who rigidly follows rules
Maudlin
overly sentimental
Mendacious
dishonest
Mendicant
beggar
Mercurial
quick, shrewd, and unpredictable
Meretricious
gaudy; falsely attractive
Mirth
frivolity; gaiety; laughter
Misanthrope
a person who dislikes others
Missive
a written note or letter
Molt
to shed hair, skin, or an outer layer periodically
Monastic
extremly plain or secluded, as in a monastery
Mores
fixed customs or manners; moral attitudes
Multifarious
diverse
Myopic
lacking foresight; having a narrow view or long-range perspective
Nadir
lowest point
Nascent
starting to develop; coming into existence
Neologism
new word or expression
Neophyte
novice; beginner
Nettle
to irritate
Noisome
stinking; putrid
Nuance
a subtle expression of meaning or quality
Numismatics
coin collecting