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GRE Letter 'A' flashcards
abate
aberrant
abjure
abrogate
to lessen in intnesity or degree
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 intnesity or degree
aberrant
deviating from the norm
34 terms
13 GRE letter C
cache
callow
castigate
catharsis
1. a quantity of things that have been hidden, especially wea…
young and not experienced in life (immature):... The --- apprent…
to criticize someone or something severely, reprimand.... The au…
the process of expressing strong feelings (e.x. in art) that…
cache
1. a quantity of things that have been hidden, especially wea…
callow
young and not experienced in life (immature):... The --- apprent…
289 terms
GRE Words Letter E
earthy
earthly
ebb
ebullient
unrefined; coarse; of earth; Ex. earthy remarks; OP. ethereal
of this earth; terrestrial; worldly; not divine; possible; Ex…
(of the tide) recede; lessen; diminish; N. OP. flow: rise of…
showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm; boiling; N.…
earthy
unrefined; coarse; of earth; Ex. earthy remarks; OP. ethereal
earthly
of this earth; terrestrial; worldly; not divine; possible; Ex…
461 terms
GRE Words letter C
cabal
cache
cacophonous
cadaver
small group of persons secretly united to promote their own i…
hiding place; V.... a hidden store of things such as weapons... an…
discordant; inharmonious; N. cacophony: unpleasant mixture of…
corpse; dead human body
cabal
small group of persons secretly united to promote their own i…
cache
hiding place; V.... a hidden store of things such as weapons... an…
9 terms
GRE Vocab 2: Letter B
banal
belie
beneficent
bolster
tầm thường / vô vị
cải chính / chối cãi
từ thiện / nhân từ
thúc đẩy / ủng hộ
banal
tầm thường / vô vị
belie
cải chính / chối cãi
32 terms
GRE Letter F-H
Equable
Equivocate
Erudite
Essay
Stead, unvarying
To intentionally use vague language
Learned, scholarly
To make an attempt, subject to a test (verb)
Equable
Stead, unvarying
Equivocate
To intentionally use vague language
43 terms
GRE Letter Q-R
Quagmire
Quail
Quiescent
Quorum
Marsh; difficult situation
To cower; lose heart
Inactive, still
Number of members necessary to conduct a meeting
Quagmire
Marsh; difficult situation
Quail
To cower; lose heart
28 terms
GRE Letter I-J
Iconoclastic
Igneous
Imbroglio
Impecunious
Attacking cherished traditions
Produced by fire
Complicated situation; entanglement
Having no money; poor
Iconoclastic
Attacking cherished traditions
Igneous
Produced by fire
26 terms
GRE Letter A
Abeyance
Abjure
Abscission
Abstemious
Temporary suspension/suppression
To reject/abandon
The act of cutting; the natural separation of leaf or other p…
Moderate in appetite
Abeyance
Temporary suspension/suppression
Abjure
To reject/abandon
11 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'O'
obdurate
obfuscate
obscurity
obsolete
adj. stubborn; unyielding
v. to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy
n. the condition of being unknown
adj. no longer in use; outmoded or old-fashioned
obdurate
adj. stubborn; unyielding
obfuscate
v. to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy
12 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'G'
gainsay
garrison
garrulous
genre
v. to deny or contradict; to oppose
n. a military post; the troops stationed at a military post
adj. very talkative
n. a type, class, or category
gainsay
v. to deny or contradict; to oppose
garrison
n. a military post; the troops stationed at a military post
13 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'B'
banal
belligerent
benevolence
benign
adj. devoid of freshness or originality; trite
adj. warlike; combative
adj. the desire to be kind or charitable; goodwill
adj. kind; mild; harmless
banal
adj. devoid of freshness or originality; trite
belligerent
adj. warlike; combative
17 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'L'
laconic
lambaste
languish
latent
adj. using few words; concise
v. to scold or criticize sharply; to beat
v. to become weak; to droop; to fade
adj. present but not visible; dormant
laconic
adj. using few words; concise
lambaste
v. to scold or criticize sharply; to beat
53 terms
GRE Letter B-E
Beatify
Bedizen
Behemoth
Beneficent
To sanctify
To dress in a vulgar, showy manner
A huge creature
Kindly
Beatify
To sanctify
Bedizen
To dress in a vulgar, showy manner
18 terms
GRE Letter T-Z
Tautology
Torpor
Tortuous
Tractable
Unnecessary repetition
Lethargy, dormancy, sluggishness
Having many twists or turns; highly complex
Obedient, yielding
Tautology
Unnecessary repetition
Torpor
Lethargy, dormancy, sluggishness
53 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'A'
abate
abdicate
aberration
abet
v. to reduce, diminish, or lessen
v. to formally renounce a throne, a right, a power, a claim,…
n. a deviation or departure from the norm or the truth
v. to encourage or support by aid or approval, usually in crime
abate
v. to reduce, diminish, or lessen
abdicate
v. to formally renounce a throne, a right, a power, a claim,…
48 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'E'
eccentric
eclectic
edifice
edify
adj. peculiar;... n. a person with an unusual or odd personality
adj. combining elements from many different sources or styles
n. a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or l…
v. to instruct or benefit, especially morally or spiritually
eccentric
adj. peculiar;... n. a person with an unusual or odd personality
eclectic
adj. combining elements from many different sources or styles
41 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'C'
calibrate
capricious
castigate
catalyst
v. to precisely check a measuring instrument
adj. impulsive; prone to sudden change; fickle
v. to punish or criticize severely; to scold
n. a trigger for an event
calibrate
v. to precisely check a measuring instrument
capricious
adj. impulsive; prone to sudden change; fickle
54 terms
GRE Letter L-P
Labile
Laconic
Lambaste
Libertine
Likely to change
Using few words
To trash verbally or physically
Without moral restraint
Labile
Likely to change
Laconic
Using few words
47 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'I'
idiosyncrasy
imminent
immutable
impending
n. a peculiar characteristic or habit
adj. likely to occur at any moment
adj. not subject to change; changeless
adj. about to happen
idiosyncrasy
n. a peculiar characteristic or habit
imminent
adj. likely to occur at any moment
33 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'S'
sage
salutary
sanctimonious
satiate
n. a wise or judicious person
adj. promoting health; healthful; wholesome
adj. feigning piety or righteousness; hypocritical
v. to satisfy to the full; sate
sage
n. a wise or judicious person
salutary
adj. promoting health; healthful; wholesome
37 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'D'
dearth
debilitate
decimate
decorum
adj. an inadequate supply; scarcity
v. to weaken or impair
v. to destroy large numbers of
n. politeness; manners; dignity
dearth
adj. an inadequate supply; scarcity
debilitate
v. to weaken or impair
64 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'P'
Panacea
panegyric
paradox
paragon
n. a remedy for all disease or ills; a cure-all
n. lofty praise of a person or thing; homage; eulogy
n. a self-contradiction; something that appears to be self-co…
n. an example of excellence
Panacea
n. a remedy for all disease or ills; a cure-all
panegyric
n. lofty praise of a person or thing; homage; eulogy
18 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'T'
tacit
taciturn
tangential
temperance
adj. understood without being openly expressed; implied; silent
adj. inclined to silence; reserved in speech
adj. slightly connected; divergent or digressive
adj. moderation and self-restraint
tacit
adj. understood without being openly expressed; implied; silent
taciturn
adj. inclined to silence; reserved in speech
21 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'F'
facetious
fallacy
fastidious
fatuous
adj. not meant to be taken seriously or literally
n. an error in reasoning; a false belief
adj. excessively particular or critical; hard to please
adj. foolish or inane; silly
facetious
adj. not meant to be taken seriously or literally
fallacy
n. an error in reasoning; a false belief
92 terms
GRE letter A
Abate
Abdicate
Aberrant
De facto
To decrease; reduce
To give up a position, right or power
Deviating from what is normal
In fact, whether by right or not; exercising power without be…
Abate
To decrease; reduce
Abdicate
To give up a position, right or power
18 terms
GRE Vocab Letter 'M'
macabre
magnanimous
malevolent
manifest
adj. gruesome and horrifying; horrible
adj. noble; generous, or forgiving
adj. purposefully wishing harm on others; malicious
adj. obvious;... v. to make clear;... n. a record of goods or passe…
macabre
adj. gruesome and horrifying; horrible
magnanimous
adj. noble; generous, or forgiving
23 terms
GRE letter B
Bacchanalian
Banal
Banter
Bard
Pertaining to riotous or drunken festivity; pertaining to rev…
Commonplace; trite
Playful conversation
Poet
Bacchanalian
Pertaining to riotous or drunken festivity; pertaining to rev…
Banal
Commonplace; trite
26 terms
GRE Vocabulary Letter B
Baleful
Banal
Beneficent
Bilateral
harmful, malign, detrimental
trite; without freshness or originality
conferring benefits; kindly; doing good
pertaining to or affecting both sides or two sides; having tw…
Baleful
harmful, malign, detrimental
Banal
trite; without freshness or originality
71 terms
GRE Vocabulary Letter C
Cacophony
Cant
Caprice
Catharsis
a harsh, inharmonious collection of sounds; dissonance
insincere or hypocritical statements of high ideals; the jarg…
a sudden, unpredictable, or whimsical change
a purging or relieving of the body or soul
Cacophony
a harsh, inharmonious collection of sounds; dissonance
Cant
insincere or hypocritical statements of high ideals; the jarg…
57 terms
GRE Vocabulary Letter D
Diverge
Debacle
Debilitate
Decorous
to move away from one point
disaster; collapse; rout; fiasco, complete failure
to enfeeble; to wear out
suitable; proper; seemly
Diverge
to move away from one point
Debacle
disaster; collapse; rout; fiasco, complete failure
30 terms
GRE Vocabulary - Letter B
bacchanal
banal
beguile
belie
a wild drunken gathering -n
obvious and dull, commonplace -adj
charm with pleasing deception -v
to contradict, to prove false -v
bacchanal
a wild drunken gathering -n
banal
obvious and dull, commonplace -adj
34 terms
GRE Vocab 1: Letter A
abate
aberrant
in abeyance
abscond
suy giảm
khác thường
bị trì hoãn
tẩu thoát
abate
suy giảm
aberrant
khác thường
58 terms
GRE Vocabulary - Letter A
abeyance
abjure
abrogate
abscond
suspended activity or action -n
reject by oath -v
to terminate or abolish -v
leave hastily or secretly -v
abeyance
suspended activity or action -n
abjure
reject by oath -v
17 terms
GRE Vocab Letter F
Furtive
fortuitous
frugality
frenetic
secret; stealthy
happening by chance; fortunate
tending to be thrifty or cheap
frantic; frazzled
Furtive
secret; stealthy
fortuitous
happening by chance; fortunate
34 terms
GRE Vocab Letter S
sacrosanct
sagacious
salient
salubrious
extremely sacred; beyond criticism
having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgment;…
prominent; of notable significance
healthful
sacrosanct
extremely sacred; beyond criticism
sagacious
having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgment;…
62 terms
GRE Vocabulary - Letter C
cabal
cajole
callow
cacophony
a clique (often secret) that seeks power or their own goals -n
persuade or coax gently -v
immature, unsophisticated -adj
harsh unpleasant sound -n
cabal
a clique (often secret) that seeks power or their own goals -n
cajole
persuade or coax gently -v
52 terms
GRE Vocab Letter A
abjure
abate
abeyance
abscond
to reject; to abandon formally
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
temporary suspension or suppression
to leave secretly
abjure
to reject; to abandon formally
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
60 terms
GRE Vocab Letter P
palatial
palliate
pallid
panache
related to a palace; magnificent
to make less serious; to ease
lacking in color or liveliness
flamboyance or dash in style and action; verve
palatial
related to a palace; magnificent
palliate
to make less serious; to ease
14 terms
GRE Vocab Letter B
Banal
bevy
belfry
bilk
predictable; cliched; borring
a group
a bell-tower; a room in which a bell is hung
to cheat; to defraud
Banal
predictable; cliched; borring
bevy
a group
29 terms
GRE Vocab Letter L
Lachrymose
laconic
lament
lampoon
tearful
using few words
to express sorrow; to grieve
to ridicule with satire 2
Lachrymose
tearful
laconic
using few words
38 terms
GRE Vocab Letter E
Elegy
effigy
ebullient
eloquent
a sorrowful poem or speech
a stuffed doll; a likeness of a person
exhilarated; full of enthusiasm and high spirits
persuasive and moving, especially in speech
Elegy
a sorrowful poem or speech
effigy
a stuffed doll; a likeness of a person
42 terms
GRE Vocab Letter I
idiosyncrasy
iconoclast
imbue
ignoble
peculiarity of temperament; eccentricity
one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions
to infuse, dye, wet, or moisten
having low moral standards; not noble in character; mean
idiosyncrasy
peculiarity of temperament; eccentricity
iconoclast
one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions
28 terms
GRE Vocab Letter M
machination
malestrom
magnate
malediction
plot or scheme
whirlpool; turmoil; agitated state of mind
powerful or influential person
a curse; a wish of evil upon another
machination
plot or scheme
malestrom
whirlpool; turmoil; agitated state of mind
39 terms
GRE Vocab Letter D
Decorum
decorous
deface
demagogue
appropriateness of behavior or conduct; propriety
proper; tasteful; socially correct
to mar the appearance of; to vandalize
a leader or rabble-rouser, usually one appealing to emotion o…
Decorum
appropriateness of behavior or conduct; propriety
decorous
proper; tasteful; socially correct
33 terms
GRE Vocab Letter C
Capricious
calumny
cabal
caustic
changing one's mind quickly and often
a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
a secret group seeking to overturn something
biting in wit
Capricious
changing one's mind quickly and often
calumny
a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
19 terms
GRE Top Vocab-Letter W
Waver
Whimisical
Waft
Waggish
to fluctuate between choices
acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredictable
move gently (in air or sea) by wind or waves
humorous; mischievous
Waver
to fluctuate between choices
Whimisical
acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredictable
6 terms
GRE Top Vocab-Letter V
Vacillate
Venerate
Veracity
Verbose
to sway physically; to be indecisive
to respect deeply
filled with truth and accuracy
wordy
Vacillate
to sway physically; to be indecisive
Venerate
to respect deeply
5 terms
GRE Top Vocab-Letter T
Tacit
Taciturn
Tirade
Torpor
done without using words
silent, not talkative
long, harsh speech or verbal attack
extreme mental and physical sluggishness
Tacit
done without using words
Taciturn
silent, not talkative
6 terms
GRE Top Vocab-Letter F
Fanatical
Fawn
Fervid
Florid
acting excessively enthusiastic; filled with extreme, unquest…
to grovel
intensely emotional; ferevish
excessively decorated or embellished
Fanatical
acting excessively enthusiastic; filled with extreme, unquest…
Fawn
to grovel
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