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24 terms

GRE P & Q Difficult

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Plebeian
crude or coarse; characteristic of commoners
Plucky
courageous; spunky
Polemic
controversy; argument; verbal attack
Posit
to assume as real or conceded; propose as an explanation
Potentate
a monarch or ruler with great power
Prattle
meaningless, foolish talk
Precis
short summary of facts
Prescient
having foresight
Prevaricate
to lie or deviate from the truth
Probity
complete honesty and integrity
Proclivity
a natural inclination or predisposition
Prodigal
lavish; wasteful
Profligate
corrupt; degenerate
Proliferate
to increase in number quickly
Propitiate
to conciliate; to appease
Puerile
childish, immature, or silly
Pugilism
boxing
Pulchritude
beauty
Pungent
sharp and irritating to the senses
Pusillanimous
cowardly; without courage
Querulous
inclined to complain; irritable
Quiescent
motionless
Quixotic
overly idealistic; impractical
Quotidian
occurring daily; commonplace