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20 terms
Set 10 GRE words
misanthrope
probity
venal
irascible
someone who dislikes people in general
complete and confirmed integrity; having strong moral princip…
capable of being corrupted
characterized by anger; quickly aroused to anger
misanthrope
someone who dislikes people in general
probity
complete and confirmed integrity; having strong moral princip…
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GRE Vocabulary Set 10
disabuse
discern
disparate
aberrant
to set free; to free from error
to perceive ore recognize
fundamentally different; entirely unlike
deviating from what is normal or expected
disabuse
to set free; to free from error
discern
to perceive ore recognize
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GRE top vocabulary set 10
Innocuous
Insipid
Intransiegent
Inundate
Harmless
Lacking interet or flavor
Uncompromising; refusing to be reconciled
To overwhelm; to cover with water
Innocuous
Harmless
Insipid
Lacking interet or flavor
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GRE Set 10
emphatic
sinecure
aplomb
furtive
forcibly expressive
easy job
self-confidence, poise
stealthy, shifty
emphatic
forcibly expressive
sinecure
easy job
My GRE word set 10
cabal (n)
cachinnate (v)
cacophony (n)
cajole (v)
a scheme or plot; a group of plotters
to laugh loudly
Harsh, jarring noise
to persuade through flattery
cabal (n)
a scheme or plot; a group of plotters
cachinnate (v)
to laugh loudly
GRE words set 10
Exonerate
Expurgate
Exigent
Extirpate
To remove blame... Velma insists that she did not commit the cr…
To remove obscenity, especially from a book... The ____ edition…
Urgent; pressing; requiring immediate action or attention... I'…
To destroy; to exterminate; to cut out... After their break-up,…
Exonerate
To remove blame... Velma insists that she did not commit the cr…
Expurgate
To remove obscenity, especially from a book... The ____ edition…
100 terms
GRE Vocab Set 10
Bellicose
Consummate
Elusive
Gregarious
war-like; aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
hard to pin down
extroverted; sociable; outgoing
Bellicose
war-like; aggressive
Consummate
complete; total; supremely good
50 terms
GRE Word Set 10
Fatuity
Fatuous
Infatuated
Confer
foolishness; stupidity
foolish; stupid
swept up in a fit of passion, impairing one's reason
to grant, bestow
Fatuity
foolishness; stupidity
Fatuous
foolish; stupid
17 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set 10
Palliative
presentiment
celerity
extraneous
a treatment that alleviates pain
intuitive feeling about the future, esp. one of forboding
swiftness of movement
irrelevant or unrelated to subject being dealt with
Palliative
a treatment that alleviates pain
presentiment
intuitive feeling about the future, esp. one of forboding
33 terms
GRE vocabulary set 10
labile
lachrymose
laconic
lassitude
readily open to change, unstable... He was so emotionally labil…
causing tears, tearful, showing sorrow
using few words, terse
listlessness, weariness
labile
readily open to change, unstable... He was so emotionally labil…
lachrymose
causing tears, tearful, showing sorrow
100 terms
GRE Vocab - Set 10
Bane
Condone
Eclectic
Genre
troublesome influence
tacitly support; overlook
taking things from different sources
a category; type
Bane
troublesome influence
Condone
tacitly support; overlook
25 terms
GRE Set 10
Gregarious... [adj]... (greh gayr ee uhs)
Variegated... [adj]... (vaar ee uh gayt ehd)
Taciturn... [adj]... (taa sih tuhrn)
Requite... [verb]... (rih kwiet)
Outgoing; sociable... She was so gregarious that when she found…
Varied; marked with different colors... The variegated foliage…
Silent; not talkative... The clerk's taciturn nature earned him…
To return or repay... Thanks for offering to lend me $1,000, bu…
Gregarious... [adj]... (greh gayr ee uhs)
Outgoing; sociable... She was so gregarious that when she found…
Variegated... [adj]... (vaar ee uh gayt ehd)
Varied; marked with different colors... The variegated foliage…
20 terms
GRE set 10
prosaic
bucolic
diffident
recondite
Dull, ordinary
Rural, rustic
Lacking confidence
Difficult to understand, abstruse, arcane, esoteric
prosaic
Dull, ordinary
bucolic
Rural, rustic
GRE word set 10
cajole
calumniate
canon
capricious
to inveigle, coax, wheedle, sweet-talk
to slander, make a false accusation
an established set of principles or code of laws, often relig…
inclined to change one's mind impulsively; erratic; unpredict…
cajole
to inveigle, coax, wheedle, sweet-talk
calumniate
to slander, make a false accusation
105 terms
GRE Vocab - Set 10
perverse
beacon
calamitous
purport
contrary; cranky
light used for warning or guiding
causing trouble or misery; disastrous
to claim to be
perverse
contrary; cranky
beacon
light used for warning or guiding
GRE Vocabulary Set 10
stolid
stymie or stymy
subjective
subside
(adj)... Definition: Unemotional, showing little emotion, not e…
(verb, noun)... Definition: Block, hinder, or thwart (verb); an…
(adj)... Definition: Existing in the mind or relating to one's…
(verb)... Definition: Sink, settle down, become less active; re…
stolid
(adj)... Definition: Unemotional, showing little emotion, not e…
stymie or stymy
(verb, noun)... Definition: Block, hinder, or thwart (verb); an…
GRE Vocabulary Set 10
abyss
anodyne
austere
capricious
an extremely deep hole
something that calms or soothes pain
severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
changing one's mind quickly and often
abyss
an extremely deep hole
anodyne
something that calms or soothes pain
GRE Vocab. Set 10
Apropos
Apt
Aptitude
Arabesque
ADJ. relevant
ADJ. precisely suitable
N. a natural or acquired talent or ability; intelligence
N. ornate design featuring intertwined curves; a ballet posit…
Apropos
ADJ. relevant
Apt
ADJ. precisely suitable
GRE Vocab (set 10)
Presentiment
Martinet
Deleterious
Tender
an intuitive feeling about the future, especially one of fore…
a strict disciplinarian, especially in the armed forces.
causing harm or damage.
offer or present (something)
Presentiment
an intuitive feeling about the future, especially one of fore…
Martinet
a strict disciplinarian, especially in the armed forces.
25 terms
Kaplan GRE Set 10
Obviate... verb
Sardonic... adj
Nascent... adj
Turgid... adj
to prevent; to make unnecessary
cynical; scornfully mocking
starting develop; coming into existence
swollen as from a fluid; bloated
Obviate... verb
to prevent; to make unnecessary
Sardonic... adj
cynical; scornfully mocking
100 terms
GRE Vocab (Set 10)
Bellicose
Consummate
Elusive
Gregarious
war-like; aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
hard to pin down
extroverted; sociable; outgoing
Bellicose
war-like; aggressive
Consummate
complete; total; supremely good
26 terms
GRE study set 10
DEFERENCE
ARTICULATE
SATIATE
REPOSE
respect; courtesy
able to speak clearly and expressively
to satisfy fully or overindulge
relaxation; leisure
DEFERENCE
respect; courtesy
ARTICULATE
able to speak clearly and expressively
25 terms
GRE HF Set 10
document
divest
diverge
distill
provide written evidence
strip; deprive; take away possessions from someone
drawing apart from a common point; differing from another
purify; refine; concentrate
document
provide written evidence
divest
strip; deprive; take away possessions from someone
37 terms
4000 words for GRE vocabulary Set 10
attenuate
attest
attire
attribute
weaken
testify
dress
ascribe
attenuate
weaken
attest
testify
50 terms
Divya GRE - Set 10
bleak
garbled
cogent
dynamo
Depressing, discouraging, harsh, cold, barren, raw
confused, mixed up
Convincing
generator for producing electricity; energetic person
bleak
Depressing, discouraging, harsh, cold, barren, raw
garbled
confused, mixed up
15 terms
GRE set 10
glib
illicit
onerous
irate
showing little preparation, bullshitting
forbidden by law, illegal
burdensome, difficult, strenuous "
extremely angry
glib
showing little preparation, bullshitting
illicit
forbidden by law, illegal
50 terms
GRE vocab set 10
countenance
obstreperous
lambaste
petulant
to approve of or tolerate... The judge was quite a disciplinari…
noisy; defiant ... The obstreperous child ran down the aisles o…
to excoriate; to breath ... The coach lambasted his players at…
ill-tempered; irritable ... The parents apologized for their pe…
countenance
to approve of or tolerate... The judge was quite a disciplinari…
obstreperous
noisy; defiant ... The obstreperous child ran down the aisles o…
53 terms
GRE Vocab Set 10
bellicose
consummate
gregarious
jaundiced
war-like; aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
extroverted; sociable; outgoing
cynical; pessimistic
bellicose
war-like; aggressive
consummate
complete; total; supremely good
15 terms
GRE vocab set 10
resuscitation
inconsiderable
acclivity
laborious
to bring back to life
not worth considering or noticing
and upward slope
requires a lot of work
resuscitation
to bring back to life
inconsiderable
not worth considering or noticing
100 terms
GRE Vocab - Set 10
Bellicose
Consummate
Elusive
Gregarious
war-like; aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
hard to pin down
extroverted; sociable; outgoing
Bellicose
war-like; aggressive
Consummate
complete; total; supremely good
100 terms
GRE Set 10
Bellicose
Consummate
Elusive
Gregarious
war-like; aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
hard to pin down
extroverted; sociable; outgoing
Bellicose
war-like; aggressive
Consummate
complete; total; supremely good
35 terms
GRE Vocab set 10
Supercilious
Superfluous
Surfeit
Synthesis
Arrogant
Overabundant
Overabundance
Combination
Supercilious
Arrogant
Superfluous
Overabundant
GRE Vocab Set 10
Insouciant
Inveterate
Jejune
Lubricious
unconcerned, carefree, heedless
deep rooted, ingrained, habitual
vapid, uninteresting, nugatory; childish, immature, puerile
lewd, wanton, greasy, slippery
Insouciant
unconcerned, carefree, heedless
Inveterate
deep rooted, ingrained, habitual
GRE Vocab Set 10
Threnody
Inexorable
Recalcitrant
Untoward
a lament
impossible to stop or prevent
having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority…
unexpected and inappropriate or inconvenient
Threnody
a lament
Inexorable
impossible to stop or prevent
19 terms
GRE Vocab - Set 10
Quixotic
Quotidian
Rarefy
Recondite
foolishly impractical; marked by lofty romantic ideals
occurring or recurring daily; commonplace
to make or become thin, less dense; to refine
hidden; concealed; difficult to understand; obscure
Quixotic
foolishly impractical; marked by lofty romantic ideals
Quotidian
occurring or recurring daily; commonplace
GRE set 10
Refute
Acerbic
Myopic
Aberrant
Prove to be false or incorrect
Harsh in tone
Lacking foresight or imagination (The company ultimately went…
Marked differently from an accepted norm (behavior)
Refute
Prove to be false or incorrect
Acerbic
Harsh in tone
9 terms
set 10 GRE
cabal
cache
cacophonous
cadge
a small group of people secretly united to promote their own…
hiding place
inharmonious/harsh sounding
beg
cabal
a small group of people secretly united to promote their own…
cache
hiding place
16 terms
GRE Set 10
Bellicose
Gregarious
Jaundiced
Guffaw
war-like
extroverted
cynical
sudden loud laughter
Bellicose
war-like
Gregarious
extroverted
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GRE SET 10
expurgate
felicitous
foment
exigent
to remove obscenity, especially from a book: censor
suitable expressed; well chosen: appropriate
to incite; to rouse: instigate
urgent; pressing; requiring immediate action or attention: cr…
expurgate
to remove obscenity, especially from a book: censor
felicitous
suitable expressed; well chosen: appropriate
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GRE Vocab Set 10
secede
sedition
seduce
segregate
to withdraw formally from an association
incitement of discontent or rebellion against a government
to lead astray
to separate or set apart from others
secede
to withdraw formally from an association
sedition
incitement of discontent or rebellion against a government
30 terms
GRE Set 10
askance (a)
stringent (a)
contrition (n)
indict (v)
with a look of suspicion or disapproval
demanding strict attention to rules and procedures
the feeling or remorse or guilt that comes from doing somethi…
to formally charge or accuse of wrong-doing
askance (a)
with a look of suspicion or disapproval
stringent (a)
demanding strict attention to rules and procedures
gre set 10
fleeting
indelible
inkling
hindsight
adj lasting for a markedly brief time; ephemeral... mne"" fleet…
adj cannot be removed or erased... mne""in + delete+ able.
n. A slight hint or indication.... mne""a wINK can give us a hint
n. Realisation or understanding of the significance and natur…
fleeting
adj lasting for a markedly brief time; ephemeral... mne"" fleet…
indelible
adj cannot be removed or erased... mne""in + delete+ able.
GRE vocab set 10
concerted
concession
concillatory
concise
mutually agreed on
an act of yielding
reconciling; soothing
brief and compact
concerted
mutually agreed on
concession
an act of yielding
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Gre Set 10
Assuage
Austere
Axiomatic
Canonical
To ease or lessen, pacify
Without adornment
Truth
Following or in agreement with accepted traditional standards
Assuage
To ease or lessen, pacify
Austere
Without adornment
15 terms
GRE Vocab Set 10
Fallacious
Fatuous
Fawning
Felicitous
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Fallacious
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Fatuous
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GRE Vocab Set 10
homily
hubris
iconoclast
iconoclastic
a sermon or morally instructive lecture
arrogant presumption or pride
one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or inst…
attacking cherished beliefs
homily
a sermon or morally instructive lecture
hubris
arrogant presumption or pride
GRE Vocab Set 10
Portentous
Oblique
Grandiloquent
Undulating
unfavorable/warning... done in a pompous manner to impress
slanting
pompous/extravagant
move in a smooth/wavelike motion
Portentous
unfavorable/warning... done in a pompous manner to impress
Oblique
slanting
GRE set 10
consummate
jaundiced
nettle
superlative
complete; total; supremely good
cynical; pessimistic
annoy
extremely good; the best
consummate
complete; total; supremely good
jaundiced
cynical; pessimistic
25 terms
GRE set 10
discern
fickle
parry
vacillate
to distinguish one thing from another
unpredictable
ward off
waver, hesitate
discern
to distinguish one thing from another
fickle
unpredictable
15 terms
GRE set 10
fallacious
fatuous
fawning
felicitous
(adj.) incorrect, misleading (Emily offered me cigarettes on…
(adj.) stupid or foolish in a self-satisfied way, idiotic
(adj.)obsequious,to show excessive affection, to be overly fl…
1. (adj.) well suited,fortunate, apt (While his comments were…
fallacious
(adj.) incorrect, misleading (Emily offered me cigarettes on…
fatuous
(adj.) stupid or foolish in a self-satisfied way, idiotic
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