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English GRE - A List
Christopher Marlowe's The Passionate S…
Ben Jonson's To The Memory of My Belov…
Robert Herrick's "Julia" poems
Andrew Marvell's To His Coy Mistress
1599: "Come live with me and be my love,/And we will all the…
invokes other literary giants as a form of comparison... "He wa…
any mention of Julia should be attributed to him: Upon the Ni…
Main idea: Have sex with me immediately before we get old and…
Christopher Marlowe's The Passionate S…
1599: "Come live with me and be my love,/And we will all the…
Ben Jonson's To The Memory of My Belov…
invokes other literary giants as a form of comparison... "He wa…
English GRE - A List
Christopher Marlowe's The Passionate S…
Ben Jonson's To The Memory of My Belov…
Robert Herrick's "Julia" poems
Andrew Marvell's To His Coy Mistress
1599: "Come live with me and be my love,/And we will all the…
invokes other literary giants as a form of comparison... "He wa…
any mention of Julia should be attributed to him: Upon the Ni…
Main idea: Have sex with me immediately before we get old and…
Christopher Marlowe's The Passionate S…
1599: "Come live with me and be my love,/And we will all the…
Ben Jonson's To The Memory of My Belov…
invokes other literary giants as a form of comparison... "He wa…
GRE - A [English-Armenian]
to aback
to abase
to abash
to abate
to surprise, to startle, to astonish, to astound... (to take som…
to humiliate, to disgrace, to dishonor, to demean, to malign
to ashame, to confuse, to bewilder, to embarrass
to allay, to decrease, to diminish, to lessen; to relieve, to…
to aback
to surprise, to startle, to astonish, to astound... (to take som…
to abase
to humiliate, to disgrace, to dishonor, to demean, to malign
GRE Literature in English: A, B, and C lists
"The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"
"To the Memory of My Beloved Master Wi…
The Julia Poems
"To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time"
- poem by Christopher Marlowe (1599)... - alluded to by Sir Walt…
- poem by Ben Jonson (1623)... - famous line: "He was not of an…
- poems by Robert Herrick (1648)... - "Upon Julia's Breasts," "U…
- poem by Robert Herrick (1648)... - same theme of sexual carpe…
"The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"
- poem by Christopher Marlowe (1599)... - alluded to by Sir Walt…
"To the Memory of My Beloved Master Wi…
- poem by Ben Jonson (1623)... - famous line: "He was not of an…
8 terms
"A" Set - GRE English Subject Test
Christopher Marlowe
Ben Jonson
Andrew Marvell
Robert Herrick
The Passionate Shepard to His Love (1599)
To the Memory of My Beloved Master William Shakespeare (1623)
To His Coy Mistress (1681)
"Upon Julia's Breasts" "Upon Julia's Clothes" "The Night Piec…
Christopher Marlowe
The Passionate Shepard to His Love (1599)
Ben Jonson
To the Memory of My Beloved Master William Shakespeare (1623)
GRE Literature in English: A Brief Grammar Review
auxiliary
gerund
imperative
indicative
"helping verb" (often a form of "be," "have," or "do")
a verb acting as a noun clause (usually the "-ing" form of th…
verb used for issuing commands
plain old verb in present tense
auxiliary
"helping verb" (often a form of "be," "have," or "do")
gerund
a verb acting as a noun clause (usually the "-ing" form of th…
97 terms
Brainiac GRE Vocabulary: A
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Aberrant
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
abnormal, deviant
Abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Abate
reduce, diminish
Barron's GRE Wordlist A
abase
abash
abate
abbreviate
lower; degrade; humiliate; make humble; make (oneself) lose s…
embarrass
subside or moderate
shorten
abase
lower; degrade; humiliate; make humble; make (oneself) lose s…
abash
embarrass
26 terms
GRE A
Abate
Abscond
Abstain
Abyss
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to leave secretly
to choose not to do something
an extremely deep hole
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Abscond
to leave secretly
50 terms
GRE English Vocab list
Abasement
Abhor
Abrasive
Abrogate
Humiliation; degradation
Hate
Rude and unfriendly
Abolish; end a law by official means
Abasement
Humiliation; degradation
Abhor
Hate
1,550 terms
GRE Voca English
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…
GRE (A)
Abate
Aberrant
Abeyance
Abstemious
To lessen in intensity
Abnormal; deviant
Temporary inactivity; suspended action
Sparing in eating or drinking; temperate
Abate
To lessen in intensity
Aberrant
Abnormal; deviant
20 terms
GRE A
abase
abyss
abscond
acerbic
humble
a deep and vast space
to leave secretly
having a sour or bitter taste or character
abase
humble
abyss
a deep and vast space
83 terms
GRE -A
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abeyance
v. to decrease ; reduce
v. to give up a position, right, power
adj. deviating from what is normal
n. temporary suppression or suspendsion... , inactivity
abate
v. to decrease ; reduce
abdicate
v. to give up a position, right, power
40 terms
GRE English
Resignation
Tenacious
Accolade
Bolster
Acceptance of fate
Stubborn
Honor
Support
Resignation
Acceptance of fate
Tenacious
Stubborn
97 terms
GRE: A
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Aberrant
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
abnormal, deviant
Abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Abate
reduce, diminish
98 terms
Brainiac GRE Vocabulary: A
Abase
Abash
Abate
Abdicate
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
make (someone) feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
Abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Abash
make (someone) feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
349 terms
GRE A
abstain
accolade
aberrant
abate
refrain
praise
deviating
lessen
abstain
refrain
accolade
praise
234 terms
New GRE VOCA - A
presumptuous
pretentious
abase
abash
unwarrantedly or impertinently bold; forward.... Also, it would…
making an exaggerated outward show; ostentatious.... 허세부리는.... At 1…
to humble; disgrace... (v) to humiliate, degrade... Please abase y…
Embarrass
presumptuous
unwarrantedly or impertinently bold; forward.... Also, it would…
pretentious
making an exaggerated outward show; ostentatious.... 허세부리는.... At 1…
63 terms
GRE- A
abate (v)
Aberrant (adj)
Abjure (v)
Abrogate (v)
* to lessen in degree or intensity ... (subside, decrease)
* deviating from the norm... (divergent, anomalous)
* renounce or reject in belief, cause or claim ... (repudiate,…
* to abolish or do away with a law or formal agreement... (repe…
abate (v)
* to lessen in degree or intensity ... (subside, decrease)
Aberrant (adj)
* deviating from the norm... (divergent, anomalous)
GRE "A"
Abate
Abasement
Aberrant
Abet
To become weaker
Humiliation
Different from the usual or natural type
To help, encourage, or support someone in a criminal act
Abate
To become weaker
Abasement
Humiliation
220 terms
GRE - A
abase
abash
abate
abdicate
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abase
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abash
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GRE: A
ABATE
ABSCOND
ABSTAIN
ABYSS
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
To leave secretly
To choose not to do something
An extremely deep hole
ABATE
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
ABSCOND
To leave secretly
58 terms
GRE set A
Abscond
aberrant
alacrity
anomaly
to steal off and hide
(adj) different from the usual or natural type... unusual or ab…
eager and enthusiastic willingness
(n) something that is unusual or unexpected... something anomal…
Abscond
to steal off and hide
aberrant
(adj) different from the usual or natural type... unusual or ab…
21 terms
GRE A
abate
abscond
abyss
advocate
to reduce in amount, degree, severity
to leave secretly
an extremely deep hole
to speak in favor of
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, severity
abscond
to leave secretly
GRE A
abase
abate
abdicate
aberrant
(v) to humble; to disgrace
(v) to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
(v) to give up a position, right, or power
(adj.) deviating from what is normal or expected
abase
(v) to humble; to disgrace
abate
(v) to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
26 terms
GRE A
Abate
Abscond
Abstain
Abyss
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to leave secretly
to choose not to do something
an extremely deep hole
Abate
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Abscond
to leave secretly
166 terms
GRE A
abysmal
acclaim
accolade
accost
very bad
loud applause, approval
praise, distinction
to approach and speak to someone
abysmal
very bad
acclaim
loud applause, approval
6 terms
GRE "A"
abate
abscond
amalgamate
ardor
to reduce in amount or severity
to leave secretly
to combine
intense and passionate feeling
abate
to reduce in amount or severity
abscond
to leave secretly
7 terms
GRE (a)
trope (n)
fragmentation (n)
impending = imminent (adj)
avarice (n)
a literary device; metaphor, recurring theme... Ex: Some of Shak…
the process to make something become fragments, pieces... Ex: Wh…
about to happen; threaten... Ex: Those dark clouds mean a storm…
greed... Ex: The miser was known for his avarice.
trope (n)
a literary device; metaphor, recurring theme... Ex: Some of Shak…
fragmentation (n)
the process to make something become fragments, pieces... Ex: Wh…
GRE A
abate
aberrant
abeyance
abscond
v. subside or moderate
adj. abnormal or deviant
n. suspended action
v. depart secretly and hide
abate
v. subside or moderate
aberrant
adj. abnormal or deviant
GRE - A
abase
abate
abdicate
aberrant
(v.)... To humble; to disgrace
(v.)... To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
(v.)... To give up a position, right, or power
(adj.)... Deviating from what is normal or expected.
abase
(v.)... To humble; to disgrace
abate
(v.)... To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
28 terms
GRE In A
appropriate
contentious
morose
pertinent
take forcefully (The government *ed land that was occupied by…
causing arguments (Since old grandpa Harry became very * duri…
gloomy (After Stanley found out he was no longer able to go o…
relevant (While the salaries of the players might draw attent…
appropriate
take forcefully (The government *ed land that was occupied by…
contentious
causing arguments (Since old grandpa Harry became very * duri…
82 terms
GRE Literature in English: A, B, and C lists copy
"The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"
"To the Memory of My Beloved Master Wi…
The Julia Poems
"To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time"
- poem by Christopher Marlowe (1599)... - first line: "Come live…
- poem by Ben Jonson (1623)... - famous line: "He was not of an…
- poems by Robert Herrick (1648)... - "Upon Julia's Breasts," "U…
- poem by Robert Herrick (1648)... -things coming to their end /…
"The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"
- poem by Christopher Marlowe (1599)... - first line: "Come live…
"To the Memory of My Beloved Master Wi…
- poem by Ben Jonson (1623)... - famous line: "He was not of an…
20 terms
GRE Set A1
admonish
assay
abate
abstemious
(v.) to reprove; to warn or reprimand someone firmly. caution
(v.) to put to a test. assess
(v.) to lessen in intensity or degree. decrease
(adj.) eating and drinking in moderation. self-restrained
admonish
(v.) to reprove; to warn or reprimand someone firmly. caution
assay
(v.) to put to a test. assess
199 terms
GRE ENGLISH
Abridge (verb)
Compendium (noun)
Cursory (adj)
Curtail (verb)
to shorten a book, play by leaving out some parts; to lesson…
brief summary of a larger work or of a field of knowledge.
done and or made quickly
to reduce or limit.
Abridge (verb)
to shorten a book, play by leaving out some parts; to lesson…
Compendium (noun)
brief summary of a larger work or of a field of knowledge.
215 terms
GRE English
Abjure, to
Ablative (adj)
Abstemious
Abstruse
To renounce
Removal or direction away from
Temperate... Sparing in eating or drinking... Abstinate
Obscure... Profound
Abjure, to
To renounce
Ablative (adj)
Removal or direction away from
GRE Set 2 (A)
Aberrant
abeyance
abstemious
alacrity
deviating from normal
temporary inactivity.
moderate in apetite
cheerful willingness; eagerness
Aberrant
deviating from normal
abeyance
temporary inactivity.
85 terms
GRE-A
abate
abase
abash
abbreviate
减轻,减少
to lower in rank, office, prestige or esteem
to embarrass
to make briefer
abate
减轻,减少
abase
to lower in rank, office, prestige or esteem
71 terms
GRE A
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abject
to decrease, reduce
to give up a position
deviating from normal
miserable, utterly hopeless
abate
to decrease, reduce
abdicate
to give up a position
GRE Words A
Abate
Aberrant
Abjure
Abrogate
to lessen in intensity or degree
deviating from the norm
to renounce or reject
to abolish or annul by authority
Abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
Aberrant
deviating from the norm
GRE: English
Contextual clues
Contrast signals
Continuity signals
Cause-effect signals
Words or phrases that link elements of a sentence.
But, yet, nonetheless, despite, in spite of, in contrast, con…
Indeed, and, also, moreover, furthermore, in addition, in fac…
Thus, therefore, consequently, due to, because, since, as a r…
Contextual clues
Words or phrases that link elements of a sentence.
Contrast signals
But, yet, nonetheless, despite, in spite of, in contrast, con…
81 terms
GRE Vocab: A
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abeyance
to decrease; reduce
to give up a position, right, or power
deviating from what is normal
temporary suppression or suspension
abate
to decrease; reduce
abdicate
to give up a position, right, or power
32 terms
GRE "A"
Abash
Aberrant
Abeyance
Abjure
embarrass
deviating from what is normal
temporary suppression or suspension
to reject, abandon formally
Abash
embarrass
Aberrant
deviating from what is normal
97 terms
GRE Vocabulary: A
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Aberrant
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
abnormal, deviant
Abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Abate
reduce, diminish
43 terms
GRE vocabulary "A"
Aback
Abandon
Abase
Abash
surprised , startled
to leave, to give up, to discontinue
to humiliate, to humble, to lower
ashamed, embarrassed
Aback
surprised , startled
Abandon
to leave, to give up, to discontinue
GRE-A
Abandon
Abase
Abash
Abatement
Total lack of inhibition(feeling/ expression)
To humble/disgrace
Embarrass
Decrease, reduction
Abandon
Total lack of inhibition(feeling/ expression)
Abase
To humble/disgrace
26 terms
GRE A
Abate
Abscond
Abstain
Abyss
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
To leave secretly
To choose not to do something
An extremely deep hole
Abate
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Abscond
To leave secretly
69 terms
GRE A
ABATE
ABERRANT
ABJURE
ABROGATE
To lessen in intensity
Deviating from the norm
To renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
To abolish or annul by authority; put down
ABATE
To lessen in intensity
ABERRANT
Deviating from the norm
57 terms
GRE <A>
abandon
abase
abash
abatement
total lack of inhibition
to humble, disgrace
embarrass
decrease, reduction
abandon
total lack of inhibition
abase
to humble, disgrace
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