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152 terms
GRE Verbal
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…
152 terms
GRE Verbal
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…
GRE Verbal
Indiscernable
Fortuitous
Uncanny
Efface
Impossible to (see clearly/distinguish)
Happening by chance, rather than intention.
Mysterious/Impossible to explain.
cause to disappear completely.
Indiscernable
Impossible to (see clearly/distinguish)
Fortuitous
Happening by chance, rather than intention.
38 terms
GRE verbal
prophetic
monotonous
rife
deteriorate
adj, correctly saying what will happen in future
adj, boring
full of s.thing
Verb, to become worse
prophetic
adj, correctly saying what will happen in future
monotonous
adj, boring
87 terms
Gre verbal
Abscond
Assuage
Bolster
Bombastic
To leave secretly
To make something unpleasant less severe
To support, to prop up
Pompous in speech and manner
Abscond
To leave secretly
Assuage
To make something unpleasant less severe
91 terms
GRE Verbal Vocab
ephemeral
enervate
estimable
esoteric
lasting a short time ... "The lives of mayflies seem EPHEMERAL…
to reduce in strength... "The guerrillas hoped that a series of…
admirable... "Most people consider it ESTIMABLE that Mother Ter…
known or understood by only a few... "Only a handful of experts…
ephemeral
lasting a short time ... "The lives of mayflies seem EPHEMERAL…
enervate
to reduce in strength... "The guerrillas hoped that a series of…
69 terms
GRE Verbal Section
amiable (adj)
amicable (adj)
caustic-(adj)
castigate-(v)
likeable person
friendly, peaceable
biting, criticizing
to criticize
amiable (adj)
likeable person
amicable (adj)
friendly, peaceable
139 terms
GRE verbal
raconteur
thespian
theatrical
palcable
story teller
actor
exaggerated
capable of being touched, emotionally.
raconteur
story teller
thespian
actor
152 terms
GRE Verbal
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…
355 terms
GRE Verbal
one who believes the existence of a Go…
neither moral nor immoral; having no r…
an irregulatiry
of unknown authorship or origin
agnostic
amoral
anomaly
anonymous
one who believes the existence of a Go…
agnostic
neither moral nor immoral; having no r…
amoral
152 terms
GRE Verbal
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…
49 terms
Verbal GRE
desiccated
primeval
moribund
sinecure
dehydrated
primitive
on the verge of becoming obsolete
a job that doesn't require any actual work
desiccated
dehydrated
primeval
primitive
558 terms
GRE Verbal
capricious
foment
insipid
recalcitrant
Changing one's mind quickly and often
to arouse or incite
lacking interest or flavor
Stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority
capricious
Changing one's mind quickly and often
foment
to arouse or incite
406 terms
GRE Verbal
Abscond
Aberrant
Alacrity
Anomaly
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
deviating from the norm
eager and enthusiastic willingness
deviation from the normal order, form or rule; abnormality
Abscond
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
Aberrant
deviating from the norm
15 terms
GRE verbal
abscond
bolster
compendium
denizen
潛逃
支援,長枕(vt.)支援,支撐
概略;提綱
居民,外籍居民,外來語(vt.)給...居住權,移植
abscond
潛逃
bolster
支援,長枕(vt.)支援,支撐
454 terms
gre verbal
Industrious
enthrall
futile
artful
hard working
captivate
pointless
clever and deceptive
Industrious
hard working
enthrall
captivate
581 terms
GRE Verbal
enervate
prevaricate
gregarious
iconoclast
to sap energy from
to speak in an evasive way
to be likely to socialize with others
somebody who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions
enervate
to sap energy from
prevaricate
to speak in an evasive way
67 terms
GRE VERBAL
simpering
snide
derogative
endeared
傻笑的
adj. 伪造的;卑鄙的;暗讽的 n. 赝品;骗子 [snaɪd]
adj. 减损的;毁损... 贬低;诽谤的
使。。受钟爱
simpering
傻笑的
snide
adj. 伪造的;卑鄙的;暗讽的 n. 赝品;骗子 [snaɪd]
212 terms
GRE Verbal
churlish
martinet
surge
histrionic
rude
excessively strict disciplinarian
increase, sudden rush
melodramatic
churlish
rude
martinet
excessively strict disciplinarian
91 terms
GRE Verbal
Laconic
Insipid
Pragmatic
Iconoclast
brief and to the point, effectively cut short
lacking taste or flavor
concerned with practical matters
someone who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions
Laconic
brief and to the point, effectively cut short
Insipid
lacking taste or flavor
63 terms
GRE Verbal
Obdurate
Salubrious
Inchoate
Vituperative
Stubborn
Good for you
Just beginning to form
Marked by harshly abusive criticism.
Obdurate
Stubborn
Salubrious
Good for you
40 terms
GRE VERBAL
Attrition
Rub
Transmute
Hegemony
I. N. The act of weakening or exhausting by abuse or attack... I…
: to move something (such as your hand or an object) back and…
V. To change or alter especially to a higher form... SYN: transf…
N. Preponderant influence or authority over others: dominatio…
Attrition
I. N. The act of weakening or exhausting by abuse or attack... I…
Rub
: to move something (such as your hand or an object) back and…
213 terms
GRE Verbal
irascible
exculpate
stymie
laud
having or showing a tendency to be easily angered (Irratible,…
show or declare that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdoing
prevent or hinder the progress of
praise highly, especially in a public context
irascible
having or showing a tendency to be easily angered (Irratible,…
exculpate
show or declare that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdoing
GRE_VERBAL
lucrative
recklessness
ingenuity
negligible
profitable
impetuousity, безрассудство,
creativity, изобретательность
porous, незначительным
lucrative
profitable
recklessness
impetuousity, безрассудство,
182 terms
GRE verbal
intransigent
an obsequious person
persnickety
Contrived
means unyielding
is one who acts as a slave would, figuratively licking the bo…
extreme version of meticulous
unnaturalness but also deliberateness.
intransigent
means unyielding
an obsequious person
is one who acts as a slave would, figuratively licking the bo…
40 terms
GRE Verbal
Apogee
Nadir
Extant
Moot
Best, top. the highest point in the development of something;…
the lowest point in the fortunes of a person or organization.
Still in existance (opposite of extinct)
No longer an issue
Apogee
Best, top. the highest point in the development of something;…
Nadir
the lowest point in the fortunes of a person or organization.
38 terms
Verbal - GRE
Laconic (adj.)
Insipid (adj.)
Pragmatic (adj.)
Iconoclast (noun)
brief and to the point; effectively cut short
lacking taste or flavor
concerned with practical matters
someone who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions
Laconic (adj.)
brief and to the point; effectively cut short
Insipid (adj.)
lacking taste or flavor
69 terms
GRE verbal
audacious
courageous
dauntless
capricious
bold
bold
bold
changing quickly
audacious
bold
courageous
bold
150 terms
GRE - Verbal
disinterested
venality
ingenuous
restive
(adj.) unbiased; neutral
(n.) the condition of being susceptible to bribes or corruption
(adj.) to be naive and innocent
(adj.) restless
disinterested
(adj.) unbiased; neutral
venality
(n.) the condition of being susceptible to bribes or corruption
788 terms
GRE verbal
lackluster
ascendant
unflagging
defunct
dull; monotonous; bland
rising, dominant
tireless, continuing with vigor
No longer in existence
lackluster
dull; monotonous; bland
ascendant
rising, dominant
10 terms
GRE Verbal
Audacious
Asperse
Assail
Assiduous
愚勇
誣蔑重傷
抨擊
勤勉不撓
Audacious
愚勇
Asperse
誣蔑重傷
500 terms
GRE VERBAL
Apostate
Approbation
Arbitrary
Arbitrate
One who renounces a religious faith
Approval and praise
Determined by chance
To judge or dispute
Apostate
One who renounces a religious faith
Approbation
Approval and praise
1,158 terms
GRE Verbal
Confound
Repudiate
Recapitulate
Polarize
to perplex or amaze, especially by a sudden disturbance or su…
to reject with disapproval.
to review by a brief summary.
to divide into sharply opposing factions.
Confound
to perplex or amaze, especially by a sudden disturbance or su…
Repudiate
to reject with disapproval.
69 terms
GRE VERBAL
annul
futile
feckless
frivolity
廢除
無用的
無效的
輕率
annul
廢除
futile
無用的
27 terms
GRE:VERBAL
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
abjure ... (ab-JOOR)
formally GIVE UP the throne (or power or responsibility) ... -it…
ABnormal, deviant... -anomaly, outlier... -"ab": away- from normal
detest, regard w/ disgust... " i ABHOR you"... -loathe, ABominate,…
give up, renounce; repudiate, recant, or shun (especially for…
abdicate
formally GIVE UP the throne (or power or responsibility) ... -it…
aberrant
ABnormal, deviant... -anomaly, outlier... -"ab": away- from normal
GRE Verbal
jejune
jovial
austerity
obsolescence
Childish / immature
happy / jolly
somberness
old-fashioned
jejune
Childish / immature
jovial
happy / jolly
61 terms
GRE Verbal
inveterate
fatuous
halcyon
scotched
habitual
complacently foolish
prosperous, calm, peaceful
ended, destroyed
inveterate
habitual
fatuous
complacently foolish
294 terms
GRE Verbal
abandon
abase
abash
abatement
total lack of inhibition
to humble, disgrace
embarrass
decrease, reduction
abandon
total lack of inhibition
abase
to humble, disgrace
559 terms
GRE Verbal
Bold
Changing quickly
hesitate
Act quickly
audacious, courageous, dauntless
capricious, mercurial, volatile
dither, oscillate, teeter, vacillate, waver
abrupt, apace, headlong, impetuous, precipitate
Bold
audacious, courageous, dauntless
Changing quickly
capricious, mercurial, volatile
211 terms
GRE Verbal
abate
abscond
adulterate
aggrandize
to reduce in amount, degree, severity
to leave secretly
to make impure
-to increase in power, influence, & rep... -promote, elevate
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, severity
abscond
to leave secretly
386 terms
GRE Verbal
cleave
abjured
ominous
enigmatic
to stay by OR to cut apart
reject, abandon
from omen = bad sign
from enigma = mystery
cleave
to stay by OR to cut apart
abjured
reject, abandon
8 terms
GRE Verbal
Leeway
Lucrative
Harrowing
Venerate
Freedom
Profitable
(Adj) acutely distressing
When you rate others higher then you respect
Leeway
Freedom
Lucrative
Profitable
127 terms
verbal gre
vitriolic
officious
moribund
prosaic
harsh in tone
meddlesome
about to die
dull
vitriolic
harsh in tone
officious
meddlesome
406 terms
GRE Verbal
Abscond
Aberrant
Alacrity
Anomaly
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
deviating from the norm
eager and enthusiastic willingness
deviation from the normal order, form or rule; abnormality
Abscond
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
Aberrant
deviating from the norm
GRE Verbal
Malign
Munificent
Mendacious
Nugatory
Evil in nature, harmful... (v.) - to slander, to smear, to libel…
(adj.) extremely generous, lavish
(adj.) having a lying, false character (The mendacious conten…
of minor significance; futile
Malign
Evil in nature, harmful... (v.) - to slander, to smear, to libel…
Munificent
(adj.) extremely generous, lavish
43 terms
GRE Verbal
Petulant
Tempestuous
Placid
Ephemeral
childishly bad-tempered
full of strong emotions
not easily moved; calm
lasting a short time
Petulant
childishly bad-tempered
Tempestuous
full of strong emotions
145 terms
GRE Verbal
aspersion
calumny
defamation
diatribe
criticize/critism
criticize/critism
criticize/critism
criticize/critism
aspersion
criticize/critism
calumny
criticize/critism
301 terms
GRE Verbal
exigent
stripped down
extraneous
fleeting
pressing; demanding. the exigent demands of her contemporarie…
reduced to essentials
irrelevant or unrelated to the subject being dealt with
lasting for a very short time: for a fleeting moment I saw th…
exigent
pressing; demanding. the exigent demands of her contemporarie…
stripped down
reduced to essentials
265 terms
GRE Verbal
Investiture: (noun) (in ves tuh chur)
Pastiche: (noun) (pah steesh)
Lugubrious: (adjective) (loo goo bree…
Ingenuous: (adjective) (ihn jehn yoo u…
Ceremony conferring authority ... Synonyms: inaugural; inaugurat…
A piece of literature or music imitating other works... Synonyms…
Sorrowful; mournful; dismal... Synonyms: funereal; gloomy; melan…
Showing innocence or childlike simplicity... Synonyms: artless;…
Investiture: (noun) (in ves tuh chur)
Ceremony conferring authority ... Synonyms: inaugural; inaugurat…
Pastiche: (noun) (pah steesh)
A piece of literature or music imitating other works... Synonyms…
110 terms
GRE Verbal
Adulterate
Aggrandize
Ameliorate
Anachronism
To make impure
To increase in power, influence, and reputation
To make better or improve.
Something out of place in time
Adulterate
To make impure
Aggrandize
To increase in power, influence, and reputation
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