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GRE Hit Parade 14-15 Set 2
Canonical
Capricious
Censure
Chicanery
(adj.) Following in agreement with accepted traditional stand…
(adj.) Inclined to change one's mind impulsively, erratic, un…
(v) To criticize severely; to officially rebuke
(n) Tricky or subterfuge
Canonical
(adj.) Following in agreement with accepted traditional stand…
Capricious
(adj.) Inclined to change one's mind impulsively, erratic, un…
113 terms
GRE Hit Parade 2
Abate
Accolade
Adulation
Aesthetic
(v) To lessen in intensity or degree.
(n) An expression of praise.
(n) Excessive praise; intense adoration.
(adj) Dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or…
Abate
(v) To lessen in intensity or degree.
Accolade
(n) An expression of praise.
43 terms
rebuentello GRE Hit Parade Group 1 Set 2
Lucid (adj)
Magnanimity (noun)
Martial (adj)
Mundane (adj)
to praise highly (adj form laudatory)
the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart, esp.…
associated with war and the armed forces
of the world; typical of or concerned with the ordinary
Lucid (adj)
to praise highly (adj form laudatory)
Magnanimity (noun)
the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart, esp.…
801 terms
set 2 Really Hard GRE Vocabulary-Hit Parade+Barrons
Abeyance
Abjure
Accretion
Actuate
temporary suppression or suspension
(v.) to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
a growth in size; an increase in amount
put in motion or move to act; To motivate
Abeyance
temporary suppression or suspension
Abjure
(v.) to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
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GRE Set 2.18
Euphony
sycophant
diaphonous
droll
pleasant, harmonious sound
a self-serving flatterer; yes-man
allowing light to show through; delicate
amusing in a wry, subtle way
Euphony
pleasant, harmonious sound
sycophant
a self-serving flatterer; yes-man
369 terms
GRE General Vocabulary Set 2
Abeyance
Abrogate
Abscond
Sanguine
a temporary suspension of activity.
to abolish by formal or official means; to put aside; repeal.
to leave quickly and secretly.
cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident; blood-red; red;…
Abeyance
a temporary suspension of activity.
Abrogate
to abolish by formal or official means; to put aside; repeal.
113 terms
GRE Hit Parade 2
Abate
Accolade
Adulation
Aesthetic
(v) To lessen in intensity or degree.
(n) An expression of praise.
(n) Excessive praise; intense adoration.
(adj) Dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or…
Abate
(v) To lessen in intensity or degree.
Accolade
(n) An expression of praise.
25 terms
Hit Parade Set 2
assuage (v)
burgeon (v)
buttress (n)
capricious (adj)
to ease or lessen; to appease or pacify... "To help assuage my…
to grow rapidly or flourish... "As car prices go down, car deal…
a support or prop, an external prop used to bolster a wall... "…
inclined to change one's mind impulsively; eratic... "Because o…
assuage (v)
to ease or lessen; to appease or pacify... "To help assuage my…
burgeon (v)
to grow rapidly or flourish... "As car prices go down, car deal…
42 terms
GRE Hit Parade 2
Magnanimity
Martial
Mundane
Nascent
(n.) the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart,…
(adj.) associated with war and the armed forces
(adj.) of the world; typical of or concerned with the ordinary
(adj.) coming into being; in early developmental stages
Magnanimity
(n.) the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart,…
Martial
(adj.) associated with war and the armed forces
78 terms
Hit Parade Set 2! :)
Abate
Accolade
Adulation
Aesthetic
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the be…
Abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
Accolade
an expression of praise
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GRE vocab set 2
abate
accolade
adulation
aesthetic
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the be…
abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
accolade
an expression of praise
147 terms
GRE SET 2
magnanimous
egregious
singular
circumscribed
generous and understanding and tolerant
conspicuously bad or offensive
unusual or striking
restricted or limited
magnanimous
generous and understanding and tolerant
egregious
conspicuously bad or offensive
45 terms
gre vocab. set 2
impassioned
orator
ebullience
precarious
filled with passionate emotion
a skillful public speaker
intense enthusiasm
UNCERTAIN
impassioned
filled with passionate emotion
orator
a skillful public speaker
145 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set 2
Dissemble
Sanguine
Homily
Venal
To disguise or conceal; to mislead; camouflage. The celebrity…
Cheerful; confident; optimistic; upbeat. Ana's _____ disposit…
A sermon or morally instructive lecture; admonition. The prie…
Capable of being bought or bribed; corruptible. He avoided sp…
Dissemble
To disguise or conceal; to mislead; camouflage. The celebrity…
Sanguine
Cheerful; confident; optimistic; upbeat. Ana's _____ disposit…
17 terms
GRE Vocab Set 2
Accolade (noun)
Bucolic (adj)
Caustic (adj)
Demur (verb)
Expression of praise
Rustic, pastorial
burning, stinging
tk question, or oppose
Accolade (noun)
Expression of praise
Bucolic (adj)
Rustic, pastorial
20 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set 2
Acrid
Boorish
Cynical
Epistle
sharp pungent (used of smells and tastes)
ill-mannered
believing that people act only out of selfish motives
a letter (form of communication)
Acrid
sharp pungent (used of smells and tastes)
Boorish
ill-mannered
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GRE Vocab Set 2
abysmal
accretion
accrue
adamant
(adj) very bad
(n) growth in size or increase in amount
(v) to accumulate; to grow by additions
(adj) uncompromising, unyielding
abysmal
(adj) very bad
accretion
(n) growth in size or increase in amount
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GRE, Set 2
aberration
malfeasance
tantamount
conciliate
the act of departing from the right, normal, or usual course.
the performance by a public official of an act that is legall…
equivalent, as in value, force, effect, or signification:... His…
to overcome the distrust or hostility of; placate; win over:…
aberration
the act of departing from the right, normal, or usual course.
malfeasance
the performance by a public official of an act that is legall…
20 terms
GRE - Set 2
satirical
germane
prescient
melancholy
relating to the use of ridicule to expose vice or foolishness
appropriate, relevant
having foresight
sad, depressed
satirical
relating to the use of ridicule to expose vice or foolishness
germane
appropriate, relevant
17 terms
GRE Set 2
Ablution
Abnegate
Acidulous
Adventitious
a cleansing with water or other liquid, especially as a relig…
to refuse or deny oneself (some rights, conveniences, etc.);…
slightly sour; sharp; caustic; moderately acid or tart.
associated with something by chance rather than as an integra…
Ablution
a cleansing with water or other liquid, especially as a relig…
Abnegate
to refuse or deny oneself (some rights, conveniences, etc.);…
76 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set 2
Abate (v)
Accolade (n)
Adulation (n)
Aesthetic (adj)
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the be…
Abate (v)
to lessen in intensity or degree
Accolade (n)
an expression of praise
38 terms
GRE Set 2
incipient
ingenuous
innocuous
chicanery
early in the process
genuine, sincere
harmless- like a vaccine inoculating you
trickery, deception
incipient
early in the process
ingenuous
genuine, sincere
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GRE Vocabulary Set 2
Contretemps
Extirpate
Burgeon
Caustic
Unfortunate occurence; minor dispute
To tear up by roots; destroy
To grow rapidly or flourish
Burning or stinging; causing corrosion
Contretemps
Unfortunate occurence; minor dispute
Extirpate
To tear up by roots; destroy
41 terms
GRE Vocab Set 2
Candor
Nonplussed
Dolorous
Aggrandize
the quality of being open and honest in expression; frankness
surprised and confused so much that they are unsure how to re…
feeling or expressing great sorrow or distress
increase the power, status, or wealth of
Candor
the quality of being open and honest in expression; frankness
Nonplussed
surprised and confused so much that they are unsure how to re…
20 terms
GRE Vocab Set 2
sybarite
sycophant
specious
latent
lover of luxury and pleasure (similar to hedonist)
flatterer, bootlicker, suckup
seemingly reasonable but incorrect (sophistry is essentially…
developing, but not yet visible; dormant (a ________ infection)
sybarite
lover of luxury and pleasure (similar to hedonist)
sycophant
flatterer, bootlicker, suckup
17 terms
GRE SET 2
humdrum
dichotomies
ballads
oeuvre
dull
division into two contrasting parts
a story told or sung, usually in verse and accompanied by mus…
the complete work of an artist
humdrum
dull
dichotomies
division into two contrasting parts
41 terms
GRE Set 2
profligacy
ruminate
unavailed
averred
unrestrained by convention or morality; reckless waste
think deeply
futile, useless
state as a fact
profligacy
unrestrained by convention or morality; reckless waste
ruminate
think deeply
76 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set 2
Abate(verb)
Accolade(noun)
Adulation (noun)
Aesthetic (adjective)
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the be…
Abate(verb)
to lessen in intensity or degree
Accolade(noun)
an expression of praise
50 terms
Gre Set 2
arbitrary
archaic
ardent
arrogance
capricious; randomly chosen
ancient; out of date
intense; passionate
pride; haughtiness
arbitrary
capricious; randomly chosen
archaic
ancient; out of date
20 terms
GRE - Set 2
deride
defile
allay
rarefy
v. to mock
v. to dirty; disgrace
v. to lessen, ease, or soothe
v. to make more refined
deride
v. to mock
defile
v. to dirty; disgrace
GRE set 2
irresolute
spurn
vacuous
derisive
uncertain how to act or proceed
reject with contempt
devoid of intelligence, matter or significance
abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule
irresolute
uncertain how to act or proceed
spurn
reject with contempt
97 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set 2
cacophony
calumny
canon
cant
harsh, discordant sound
false charges made with the intention of harming the reputati…
a body of fundamental rules or standards; a set of sacred tex…
the use of trite or stock language, especially for insincere…
cacophony
harsh, discordant sound
calumny
false charges made with the intention of harming the reputati…
84 terms
GRE SET 2
connoisseur
credulous
elegy
dilatory
an informed and astute judge in matters of taste
tending to believe too readily
a mournful poem, especially one lamenting the dead
causing delay
connoisseur
an informed and astute judge in matters of taste
credulous
tending to believe too readily
46 terms
GRE Set 2
onerous
quixotic
pellucid
salubrious
(adj.) burdensome; involving hardship or difficulty
foolishly impractical and idealistic.
Transparent, translucent; clear, easy to understand
Healthy
onerous
(adj.) burdensome; involving hardship or difficulty
quixotic
foolishly impractical and idealistic.
21 terms
GRE set 2
Verdant
Veracity
Verbose
Apostate
green with vegetation; inexperienced
filled with truth and accuracy.
wordy
One who renounces a religious faith.
Verdant
green with vegetation; inexperienced
Veracity
filled with truth and accuracy.
73 terms
GRE vocabulary set 2
Abate
accolade
adulation
aesthestic
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the be…
Abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
accolade
an expression of praise
21 terms
GRE Vocab (Set 2
parsimonious
betray
censure
innocuous
extremely frugal, miserly; stingy... Ex. Katie is so ______ tha…
to reveal of make known something, usually unintentionally... E…
to express strong disapproval... Ex. The country faces internat…
harmless and doesn't produce any ill effects... Ex. He told a f…
parsimonious
extremely frugal, miserly; stingy... Ex. Katie is so ______ tha…
betray
to reveal of make known something, usually unintentionally... E…
101 terms
GRE Word Set 2
pedestrian
inscrutable
brazen
vex
lacking imagination
not easily understood; unfathomable
unrestrained by convention or propriety
to annoy
pedestrian
lacking imagination
inscrutable
not easily understood; unfathomable
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Gre words set 2
Insidious
Jubilant
celerity
fecklessness
Working in subtle but destructive way.
High spirited
noun - a rate that is rapid
noun - worthlessness due to being feeble and ineffectual
Insidious
Working in subtle but destructive way.
Jubilant
High spirited
81 terms
GRE PrincetonReview 2015 Set 2
abate
accolade
adulation
adoration
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
deep love and respect
abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
accolade
an expression of praise
75 terms
GRE - SET 2
abrogate
concomitant
tyro
noisome
revoke formally ; do away with ... ____ means to abolish or avo…
an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in…
someone new to a field or activity
extremely bad smell... unpleasant... And we ____ critics keep poin…
abrogate
revoke formally ; do away with ... ____ means to abolish or avo…
concomitant
an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in…
73 terms
GRE vocabulary set 2
Abate
accolade
adulation
aesthestic
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the be…
Abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
accolade
an expression of praise
45 terms
GRE Set 2
capricious
castigation
catalyst
caustic
unpredictable; fickle
punishment; severe criticism
agent that influences pace of chemical reaction while it rema…
burning; sarcastically biting
capricious
unpredictable; fickle
castigation
punishment; severe criticism
30 terms
GRE Terms_Set 2
apocryphal (adj)
apotheosis (n)
apposite (adj)
argot (n)
of doubtful authority or authenticity; erroneous, fictious
the elevation or exaltation of a person to the rank of a god;…
strikingly appropriate or relevant
a specialized vocabulary peculiar to a particular group
apocryphal (adj)
of doubtful authority or authenticity; erroneous, fictious
apotheosis (n)
the elevation or exaltation of a person to the rank of a god;…
25 terms
Kaplan GRE Set 2
Zephyr... noun
Antipathy... noun
Winsome... adj
Proclivity... noun
a gentle breeze; something airy or unsubstantial
extreme dislike
charming; happily engaging
a natural inclination or predisposition
Zephyr... noun
a gentle breeze; something airy or unsubstantial
Antipathy... noun
extreme dislike
GRE study set 2
polemical
inscrutability
venality
impudence
a controversial argument
difficult to understand
willing to do dishonest things for money
rudeness; insolence; impertinence
polemical
a controversial argument
inscrutability
difficult to understand
20 terms
GRE set 2'
lauded
perish
adjudicate
curmudgeon
praise them highly
suffer complete ruin or destruction
make a formal judgment or decision about a problem or dispute…
someone who is grumpy/ bad tempered
lauded
praise them highly
perish
suffer complete ruin or destruction
369 terms
GRE General Vocabulary Set 2
Abeyance
Abrogate
Abscond
Sanguine
a temporary suspension of activity.
to abolish by formal or official means; to put aside; repeal.
to leave quickly and secretly.
cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident; blood-red; red;…
Abeyance
a temporary suspension of activity.
Abrogate
to abolish by formal or official means; to put aside; repeal.
10 terms
GRE Verbal Set 2
diffident
dilatory
dilettante
disabuse
lacking self-confidence
intended to delay
person with superficial interest in a topic
to set right; to free from error
diffident
lacking self-confidence
dilatory
intended to delay
24 terms
GRE Vocab Words set 2
Arbitrate
Archaic
Ardor
Arrogate
to judge a dispute between two opposing parties... synonyms: ad…
ancient; old-fashioned... synonyms: ancient; antediluvian; anti…
intense and passionate feeling... synonyms: devotion; enthusias…
to claim without justification; to claim for oneself without…
Arbitrate
to judge a dispute between two opposing parties... synonyms: ad…
Archaic
ancient; old-fashioned... synonyms: ancient; antediluvian; anti…
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