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185 terms
GRE-GRE-GRE 1
repentant
Unrepentant
penitent
impenitent
feeling or expressing remorse for misdeeds... contrite
If you're unrepentant about something, you refuse to regret i…
regretful for one's sins or mistakes; (n.) one who is very so…
To be impenitent, is to have no remorse or regrets. Try not t…
repentant
feeling or expressing remorse for misdeeds... contrite
Unrepentant
If you're unrepentant about something, you refuse to regret i…
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
11 terms
GRE # 1
Abate... Abatement
Aberrant... Aberration
Abjure
Abrogate
To lessen in intensity or degree... انحسر
Deviating form the norm
To renounce or reject solemnly/ To recant/ To avoid... تنكر
To abolish or annul by authority/ Put down... ألغى قانون
Abate... Abatement
To lessen in intensity or degree... انحسر
Aberrant... Aberration
Deviating form the norm
33 terms
GRE Vocab 1
reverberate
confound
repudiate
recapitulate
to continue in a series of quickly repeated sounds that bounc…
to cause surprise or confusion in (someone), especially by ac…
to refuse to accept or support (something) : to reject (somet…
to give a brief summary of something
reverberate
to continue in a series of quickly repeated sounds that bounc…
confound
to cause surprise or confusion in (someone), especially by ac…
61 terms
GRE Word List 1
abatement
abbreviate
aberrant
aberration
n. the act or process of abating.
v. to make shorter; to shorten a word or phrase.
adj. turning away from what is right; deviating from what is…
n. being aberrant.
abatement
n. the act or process of abating.
abbreviate
v. to make shorter; to shorten a word or phrase.
77 terms
GRE Vocabulary Group 1
Abscond
Aberrant
Alacrity
Anomaly
(intransitive verb) to depart secretly, especially to avoid c…
(adjective) deviating from the norm. Noun form: aberration
(noun) eager and enthusiastic willingness
(noun) deviation from the norm; abnormality. Adjective form:…
Abscond
(intransitive verb) to depart secretly, especially to avoid c…
Aberrant
(adjective) deviating from the norm. Noun form: aberration
140 terms
GRE Hit Parade 1
Abscond
Clandestine
Aberration
Aberrant
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
(n) A departure from what is usual, normal, or expected.
(adj.) Deviating from the norm.
Abscond
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
Clandestine
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
42 terms
GRE 1
chastise
harangue
iconoclast
wanting
карать, наказывать, жестоко критиковать
горячая речь, разглагольствовать
иконоборец, бунтарь
недостающий, нуждающийся
chastise
карать, наказывать, жестоко критиковать
harangue
горячая речь, разглагольствовать
GRE Words Set 1
analogous
ascetic
bawdy
cavort
adjective. comparable
adjective. self-denying; austere
adjective. obscene
verb. to frolic
analogous
adjective. comparable
ascetic
adjective. self-denying; austere
30 terms
Official guide to GRE (1)
Vain
temperance
notoriety
tumultuous
​unsuccessful; of no ​value
control of ​your own ​behavior
the ​state of being ​famous for something ​bad
​full of ​confusion, ​change, or ​uncertainty... noisy and disor…
Vain
​unsuccessful; of no ​value
temperance
control of ​your own ​behavior
32 terms
GRE1
Molt (v)
Probity (n)
Blight (v)
Amulet (n)
to shed hair, skin or an outer layer periodically... Synonyms: c…
complete honesty and integrity... Synonyms: integrity; morality;…
to afflict; destroy... Synonyms: damage; plague
ornament worn as a charm against evil spirits... Synonyms: fetis…
Molt (v)
to shed hair, skin or an outer layer periodically... Synonyms: c…
Probity (n)
complete honesty and integrity... Synonyms: integrity; morality;…
30 terms
GRE 1
reverberate
horde
usurp
derivative
(n.) to resound; to echo, (v.) to re-echo, resound; to reflec…
(n.) a vast number (as of people); a throng
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without legal r…
(a.) unoriginal, obtained from another source
reverberate
(n.) to resound; to echo, (v.) to re-echo, resound; to reflec…
horde
(n.) a vast number (as of people); a throng
10 terms
GRE 1
abash
abate
abbreviate
abdicate
to make embarrassed
to make less in about or value
shorten
(v.) to resign, formally give up an office or a duty; to diso…
abash
to make embarrassed
abate
to make less in about or value
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
GRE 1
Abate
Boor
Boorish
Blandishment
zmniejszać, słabnąć
cham, prostak, gbur
chamski
pochlebstwo
Abate
zmniejszać, słabnąć
Boor
cham, prostak, gbur
152 terms
GRE 1
Impertinent
Calumny
Amenable
Egregious
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
(n.) an attempt to spoil someone else's reputation by spreadi…
(adj.) willing to follow advice or authority, tractable, subm…
(adj.) conspicuous, standing out from the mass (used particul…
Impertinent
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
Calumny
(n.) an attempt to spoil someone else's reputation by spreadi…
47 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
100 terms
GRE Vocab 1
abstemious
verisimilitude
magnanimous
staid
adj. not self-indulgent, especially with eating and drinking;…
n. the appearance of being true or real... The soldier woke up i…
adj. generous or forgiving, especially to a rival or someone…
adj. sedate, respectable, unadventurous... When we first meet Bi…
abstemious
adj. not self-indulgent, especially with eating and drinking;…
verisimilitude
n. the appearance of being true or real... The soldier woke up i…
49 terms
GRE Vocab 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
140 terms
GRE Hit Parade 1
Abscond
Clandestine
Aberration
Aberrant
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
(n) A departure from what is usual, normal, or expected.
(adj.) Deviating from the norm.
Abscond
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
Clandestine
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
10 terms
GRE Kaplan 1.27
fecund
chaos
inchoate
torpor
fertile; fruitful; productive
great disorder or confused situation
not fully formed; disorganized
extreme mental and physical sluggishness
fecund
fertile; fruitful; productive
chaos
great disorder or confused situation
10 terms
GRE 1.29
interregnum
monastic
inquest
cartography
period between reigns
extremely plain or secluded
an investigation; an inquiry
science or art of making maps
interregnum
period between reigns
monastic
extremely plain or secluded
42 terms
5lb GRE Verbal Practice 1
dramatury
opportunism
fallacy
contrivance
n. dramatic composition
n. exploitation
n. misconception
n. unnatural/false appearance
dramatury
n. dramatic composition
opportunism
n. exploitation
140 terms
GRE Hit Parade 1
Abscond
Clandestine
Aberration
Aberrant
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
(n) A departure from what is usual, normal, or expected.
(adj.) Deviating from the norm.
Abscond
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
Clandestine
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
41 terms
GRE "B1"
badger
baffle
bait
balk
to pester, nag, annoy persistently
befuddle; bewilder; bemused; addle; confused; perplexed
harass; tease
To stop short and refuse to continue; foil
badger
to pester, nag, annoy persistently
baffle
befuddle; bewilder; bemused; addle; confused; perplexed
38 terms
GRE Basic 1-7
egotist
qualify
anachronism
paragon
boaster
restrict a statement
belonging to another time
best in category
egotist
boaster
qualify
restrict a statement
127 terms
Barron's GRE Wordlist P-1
pacifist
pacify
painstaking
palatable
one opposed to war/ force; antimilitarist (người theo chủ ngh…
soothe; make calm or quiet; subdue
showing hard work; taking great care; meticulous... The new high…
agreeable; pleasing to the taste... Neither Jack's underbaked op…
pacifist
one opposed to war/ force; antimilitarist (người theo chủ ngh…
pacify
soothe; make calm or quiet; subdue
10 terms
GRE 1.30
peripatetic
gambol
castigate
impasse
wandering from place to place, especially on foot
to dance or skip around playfully
(v.) to punish severely; to criticize severely
blocked path; dilemma with no solution
peripatetic
wandering from place to place, especially on foot
gambol
to dance or skip around playfully
46 terms
gre vocabulary advanced 1
Simulacrum
diminutive
Capitulate
Countermand
image representation (a reasonable simulacrum of reality);... an…
a word or suffix that indicates that something is small; an i…
to surrender often after negotiation of terms
to cancel a previous command by giving a new command
Simulacrum
image representation (a reasonable simulacrum of reality);... an…
diminutive
a word or suffix that indicates that something is small; an i…
10 terms
GRE 1.31
larceny
penury
redress
investiture
theft of property
an oppressive lack of resource (as money); severe poverty
relief from wrong or injury
ceremony conferring authority
larceny
theft of property
penury
an oppressive lack of resource (as money); severe poverty
10 terms
GRE 1.28
Imbue
cloying
onerous
myopic
to infuse, dye, wet, or moisten
sickly sweet; excessive
troublesome and oppressive; burdensome
Lacking foresight; having a narrow view; or short range persp…
Imbue
to infuse, dye, wet, or moisten
cloying
sickly sweet; excessive
35 terms
GRE Hit Parade 1
Abscond
Aberrant
Alacrity
Anomaly
(v.) to depart clandestinely (secretly); to steal off and hide
(adj.) deviating from the norm
(n.) eager and enthusiastic willingness
(n.) deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnormal…
Abscond
(v.) to depart clandestinely (secretly); to steal off and hide
Aberrant
(adj.) deviating from the norm
10 terms
GRE 2.1
foment
jettison
fractious
slake
to arouse or incite
to discard; get rid of as unnecessary or encumbering
unruly; rebellious
to calm down or moderate
foment
to arouse or incite
jettison
to discard; get rid of as unnecessary or encumbering
1,550 terms
GRE 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberrant
synonyms: embarrassed, ashamed, shamefaced, remorseful, consc…
synonyms: subside, die down/away/out, lessen, ease [off], let…
synonyms: resign, retire, stand down, step down, bow out, ren…
synonyms: deviant, deviating, divergent, abnormal, atypical,…
abash
synonyms: embarrassed, ashamed, shamefaced, remorseful, consc…
abate
synonyms: subside, die down/away/out, lessen, ease [off], let…
31 terms
GRE 1
impugn
gall
repast
tangential
call into question
rankle, irritate
meal
slightly connected
impugn
call into question
gall
rankle, irritate
32 terms
GRE 1
take issue with sb over/about sth
anoint
recapitulate... recap
patent... patentee
to disagree strongly:... I took issue with him over his interpre…
anoint [ә'nɒint]... [T] to make someone holy in a religious cere…
recapitulate [,ri:kә'pitjuleit] = recap [ri:'kæp]... [I or T] to…
patent ['peitnt]... [C] 专利... patents... [M] patent: a patent machine;…
take issue with sb over/about sth
to disagree strongly:... I took issue with him over his interpre…
anoint
anoint [ә'nɒint]... [T] to make someone holy in a religious cere…
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
GRE 1
anomaly (n)
catalyst (adj)
elaborate (adj)
constraint (n)
Abnormality
SOMETHING CAUSING CHANGE ... motivation
detailed
a limitation or restriction
anomaly (n)
Abnormality
catalyst (adj)
SOMETHING CAUSING CHANGE ... motivation
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
49 terms
GRE 1
Inchoate (adj.)
Obdurate (adj.)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
To mix, merge, combine, unite
Insolence, boldness, presumption
Inchoate (adj.)
Incipient, rudimentary... still developing or incomplete, lackin…
Obdurate (adj.)
Unyielding, stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending
365 terms
GRE 1
candid
cacophony
boor
blithe
impartial and honest in speech... The observations of a child c…
a harsh, jarring noise... The junior high orchestra created an…
a crude person; one lacking manners or taste... "That utter boo…
joyful, cheerful, or without appropriate thought... Summer fina…
candid
impartial and honest in speech... The observations of a child c…
cacophony
a harsh, jarring noise... The junior high orchestra created an…
22 terms
GRE 1
belie
chastise
ingenous
gregarious
give false interpretation
(v.) to inflict physical punishment as a means of correction;…
Innocent, simple; frank, sincere
outgoing; sociable
belie
give false interpretation
chastise
(v.) to inflict physical punishment as a means of correction;…
11 terms
GRE 1
Bombastic
Boorish
Cacophonous
Chicanery
Pompous with inflated language (puffed with conceit, he spoke…
Rude and insensitive (although Mrs. Potts constantly interrup…
Inharmonious (students make ____ sounds as they warm up. What…
Trickery, deception (the sneaky lawyers misrepresented and co…
Bombastic
Pompous with inflated language (puffed with conceit, he spoke…
Boorish
Rude and insensitive (although Mrs. Potts constantly interrup…
100 terms
GRE 1
laconic
insipid
pragmatic
iconoclast
brief to the point, effectively cut short
lacking taste or flavor
concerned with practical matters
someone who attacks cherished believes of institutions
laconic
brief to the point, effectively cut short
insipid
lacking taste or flavor
100 terms
GRE 1
Axiomatic
Canonical
Capricious
Censure
(adj.) Self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
(adj) following or in agreement with accepted, traditional st…
(adj.) subject to whims or passing fancies
(verb) to criticize severely; to officially rebuke
Axiomatic
(adj.) Self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
Canonical
(adj) following or in agreement with accepted, traditional st…
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