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38 terms
GRE vocabulary
Obfuscate
Natty
Risible
Atavistic
Confuse... Deliberately make something difficult to understand
neat... neatly or smartly dressed
-adj- causing laughter; laughable; funny
Characteristic of a former era, ancient... going back to behavi…
Obfuscate
Confuse... Deliberately make something difficult to understand
Natty
neat... neatly or smartly dressed
60 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
60 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
51 terms
GRE Vocabulary
aberrant
abscond
advocate
aggrandize
adj.... deviating from normal or correvt
v.... to leave secretly and hide, often to avoid the law
v., n.... to speak, plead, or argue for a cause, or in another's…
v.... to make greater, to increase, thus, to exaggerate
aberrant
adj.... deviating from normal or correvt
abscond
v.... to leave secretly and hide, often to avoid the law
30 terms
GRE Vocabulary
salacious
benefactor
alliteration
subjective
Obscene; lecherous; lustful... She was accused of being salacio…
Somebody who gives; a patron; a supporter of a certain cause…
A poetry term referring to the repetition of beginning sounds…
Influenced by personal feelings and opinions; occurring or ta…
salacious
Obscene; lecherous; lustful... She was accused of being salacio…
benefactor
Somebody who gives; a patron; a supporter of a certain cause…
18 terms
GRE Vocabulary
conspicious
polyglot
abeyance
Cache
easily seen or noticed
a speaker of many languages
TEMPORARY SUPPRESSION OR SUSPENSION
...hidden place
conspicious
easily seen or noticed
polyglot
a speaker of many languages
636 terms
GRE Vocabulary
expunge
exacerbate
indecorous
forbearance
(v) to erase or obliterate
(v) to worsen
(adj) embarrassing; improper
(n) patience; restraint, tolerance
expunge
(v) to erase or obliterate
exacerbate
(v) to worsen
17 terms
GRE Vocabulary
Encomium
Leery
Collusion
Puerile
Eulogy or tribute
Suspicious or wary
Collaboration
Juvenile
Encomium
Eulogy or tribute
Leery
Suspicious or wary
453 terms
GRE Vocabulary
erasure
protract
abscond
aberrant
an act or instance of erasing; place where something has been…
to draw out or lengthen, especially in time; extend the durat…
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
deviating from the norm
erasure
an act or instance of erasing; place where something has been…
protract
to draw out or lengthen, especially in time; extend the durat…
75 terms
GRE vocabulary
effrontery
disparate
aberrant
abscond
(noun)... -Extreme boldness.... -Confident attitude or way of behav…
(adj)... -Distinct.... -Diffent from each other.... - S: different, di…
(adj)... - deviating from the norm... - different from the usual or…
(verb)... - to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide.... - to…
effrontery
(noun)... -Extreme boldness.... -Confident attitude or way of behav…
disparate
(adj)... -Distinct.... -Diffent from each other.... - S: different, di…
30 terms
GRE Vocabulary
lachrymose
gambit
nonplus
unequivocal
teary eyed, crying
risk, strategic move
puzzled, not knowing what to do, at a loss; bewildered
clearly defined or formulated
lachrymose
teary eyed, crying
gambit
risk, strategic move
1,710 terms
GRE Vocabulary
articulate ( v, adj. )
denigrate
elicit
preclude
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in wo…
charge falsely or with malicious intent
to get information or a reaction from someone, often with dif…
to prevent something from happening or someone from doing som…
articulate ( v, adj. )
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in wo…
denigrate
charge falsely or with malicious intent
54 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
1,869 terms
GRE Vocabulary
articulate ( v, adj. )
denigrate
discrepancy
adjudicate
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in wo…
charge falsely or with malicious intent
a difference between two or more things that should be the same
[intransitive, transitive] to make an official decision about…
articulate ( v, adj. )
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in wo…
denigrate
charge falsely or with malicious intent
196 terms
GRE vocabulary
Annals
Annuity
Perennial
Magnanimous
Record of events, especially a yearly record
A specified income payable at stated intervals
Lasting for an indefinite amount of time
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Annals
Record of events, especially a yearly record
Annuity
A specified income payable at stated intervals
132 terms
GRE Vocabulary
Cavil
Dote
Grovel
Affable
to criticize petty things
to be excessively fond of
to act extremely submissive towards
friendly, good-natured, easy to talk to
Cavil
to criticize petty things
Dote
to be excessively fond of
636 terms
GRE Vocabulary
expunge
exacerbate
indecorous
forbearance
(v) to erase or obliterate
(v) to worsen
(adj) embarrassing; improper
(n) patience; restraint, tolerance
expunge
(v) to erase or obliterate
exacerbate
(v) to worsen
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
463 terms
GRE Vocabulary
Abate
Aberrant
Abjure
Abrogate
To lessen in intensity or degree
Deviating from the norm
To renounce or reject solemy
To abolish or annul by authority
Abate
To lessen in intensity or degree
Aberrant
Deviating from the norm
179 terms
GRE Vocabulary
Disparage
Belies
Implausible
Translucent
Degrade someone/position; It is important to avoid disparagin…
False impression; Their passionate chants before the game bel…
Not believable or realistic; Students who engaged in drinking…
Not completely clear;
Disparage
Degrade someone/position; It is important to avoid disparagin…
Belies
False impression; Their passionate chants before the game bel…
167 terms
GRE vocabulary
Laconic
Insipid
Pragmatic
Iconoclast
(adj.) - brief and to the point; effectively cut short... Jessi…
(adj.) - lacking taste or flavor... Too much sugar tends to mak…
(adj.) - concerned with practical matters ... After five years o…
(noun) - someone who attacks cherished beliefs or institution…
Laconic
(adj.) - brief and to the point; effectively cut short... Jessi…
Insipid
(adj.) - lacking taste or flavor... Too much sugar tends to mak…
621 terms
GRE Vocabulary
agnostic
amoral
anomoly
apathy
one who believes the existence of god is not provable
neither moral nor immoral; having no relation to morality
irregularity
lack of interest or emotion
agnostic
one who believes the existence of god is not provable
amoral
neither moral nor immoral; having no relation to morality
500 terms
Kaplan GRE Vocabulary
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Aberrant
to humble; disgrace
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to give up a position, right, or power
deviating from what is normal or expected
Abase
to humble; disgrace
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
145 terms
GRE Vocabulary (created by Wayne_Watts)
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…
200 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 7
heresy
prudent
ostensible
fervid
unbelief, dissent, lack of faith
wise, cautious
outward, pretended, seeming
intense, enthusiastic, passionate
heresy
unbelief, dissent, lack of faith
prudent
wise, cautious
201 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 5
scion
indoctrinate
opulence
obsequious
child, descendant
to teach certain principles
wealth, riches
seeking favor, fawning
scion
child, descendant
indoctrinate
to teach certain principles
446 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 6
lethargic
prevalent
paramount
remiss
lazy, indifferent
prevailing, common, general
supreme, foremost
careless, negligent
lethargic
lazy, indifferent
prevalent
prevailing, common, general
200 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 1
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities
choosing at random without careful selection
of high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection
572 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 4
indigenous
gregarious
habitat
cursory
native
sociable
natural environment
hasty, not thorough
indigenous
native
gregarious
sociable
206 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 3
inundate
fruitless
poignant
garbled
to flood
useless
moving, painful to the feelings
confused, mixed up
inundate
to flood
fruitless
useless
521 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 2
affluent
feasible
discern
sally
rich
possible
perceive
suddenly rush forth
affluent
rich
feasible
possible
200 terms
GRE Vocabulary
pedantic
laconic
equivocal
harangue
boringly scholarly or academic OR narrow focus on trivial
Using few words
Ambiguous; intentionally misleading
noisy, attacking speech
pedantic
boringly scholarly or academic OR narrow focus on trivial
laconic
Using few words
43 terms
GRE Vocabulary List
Abasement
Abated
Aberrant
Abhor
humiliation; degradation
decreased; stopped
Abnormal; Deviating from the norm.
To regard with hate and disgust.
Abasement
humiliation; degradation
Abated
decreased; stopped
426 terms
GRE Vocabulary Test 8
genre
candid
unsavory
degrade
a certain form or style in painting or literature
frank, open, honest
disagreeable, offensive, morally bad
make contemptible, lower
genre
a certain form or style in painting or literature
candid
frank, open, honest
31 terms
GRE Vocabulary
vituperate
glib
inquest
antipathy
vituperate
glib
196 terms
GRE vocabulary
Annals
Annuity
Perennial
Magnanimous
Record of events, especially a yearly record
A specified income payable at stated intervals
Lasting for an indefinite amount of time
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Annals
Record of events, especially a yearly record
Annuity
A specified income payable at stated intervals
50 terms
GRE Vocabulary, Part 4
dissolute
distrait
doggerel
duenna
profligate, immoral
preoccupied, absent-minded
poor verse
governess
dissolute
profligate, immoral
distrait
preoccupied, absent-minded
60 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
188 terms
GRE Vocabulary
Blandishment
Meretricious
Augury
Rarefy
words used to coax or flatter
falsely attractive; tawdry
prediction using omens
to make less dense
Blandishment
words used to coax or flatter
Meretricious
falsely attractive; tawdry
77 terms
GRE Vocabulary Group 1
Abscond
Aberrant
Alacrity
Anomaly
(intransitive verb) to depart secretly, especially to avoid c…
(adjective) deviating from the norm. Noun form: aberration
(noun) eager and enthusiastic willingness
(noun) deviation from the norm; abnormality. Adjective form:…
Abscond
(intransitive verb) to depart secretly, especially to avoid c…
Aberrant
(adjective) deviating from the norm. Noun form: aberration
60 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
333 terms
GRE VOCABULARY
-acy
-age
-ance
-ancy
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
-acy
Noun
-age
Noun
789 terms
GRE Vocabulary
desiccate
whet
obstreperous
febrile
to dry thoroughly; to dehydrate
to sharpen; to make eager
resisting control; noisy, clamorous, boisterous
feverish
desiccate
to dry thoroughly; to dehydrate
whet
to sharpen; to make eager
463 terms
GRE Vocabulary
Abate
Aberrant
Abjure
Abrogate
To lessen in intensity or degree
Deviating from the norm
To renounce or reject solemy
To abolish or annul by authority
Abate
To lessen in intensity or degree
Aberrant
Deviating from the norm
56 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abjure
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to reject; abandon formally
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
54 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
50 terms
GRE Vocabulary, Part 1
anodyne
aphorism
arraign
arrogate
something that calms or soothes pain
a concise statement of a principle
charge in court; indict
to claim or take without right
anodyne
something that calms or soothes pain
aphorism
a concise statement of a principle
50 terms
GRE Vocabulary, Part 3
extemporaneous
ingenuous
superannuated
tortuous
unrehearsed
naive, unsophisticated
retired
marked by bends and turns
extemporaneous
unrehearsed
ingenuous
naive, unsophisticated
74 terms
GRE Vocabulary Group 2
Abate
Accolade
Adulation
Aesthetic
(verb) to lessen in intensity or degree
(noun) an expression of praise
(noun) excessive praise; intense adoration
(adj.) dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or…
Abate
(verb) to lessen in intensity or degree
Accolade
(noun) an expression of praise
60 terms
GRE Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
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