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526 terms
GRE Words
教唆... 支持
提倡... 支持
辅助的... 附属的
援助... 支撑,加固
abet
advocate
ancillary
bolster
教唆... 支持
abet
提倡... 支持
advocate
GRE Words Set 1
analogous
ascetic
bawdy
cavort
adjective. comparable
adjective. self-denying; austere
adjective. obscene
verb. to frolic
analogous
adjective. comparable
ascetic
adjective. self-denying; austere
31 terms
GRE Words
Solipsistic
Ineffable
Ubiquitous
Bolster
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists (Colette's s…
(adj.) unspeakable, incapable of being expressed through word…
(adj.) existing everywhere, widespread (It seems that everyon…
(v.) to support, give a boost to; (n.) a long pillow or cushi…
Solipsistic
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists (Colette's s…
Ineffable
(adj.) unspeakable, incapable of being expressed through word…
152 terms
GRE words
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…
31 terms
GRE Words
agnostic
amoral
atrophy
abdicate
(n.) one who believes the existence of God is not provable
(adj.) neither moral or immoral
(v.) the wasting of body tissue... Without exercise, the muscles…
(v.) to renounce or relinquish the throne
agnostic
(n.) one who believes the existence of God is not provable
amoral
(adj.) neither moral or immoral
89 terms
GRE Vocab (S Words)
sacrosanct
sagacious
salient
salubrious
sacred, inviolable, not to be trespassed on or violated; abov…
wise; showing good judgment and foresight
obvious, standing out; projecting, protruding, jutting out
healthful, promoting health
sacrosanct
sacred, inviolable, not to be trespassed on or violated; abov…
sagacious
wise; showing good judgment and foresight
61 terms
GRE Word List 1
abatement
abbreviate
aberrant
aberration
n. the act or process of abating.
v. to make shorter; to shorten a word or phrase.
adj. turning away from what is right; deviating from what is…
n. being aberrant.
abatement
n. the act or process of abating.
abbreviate
v. to make shorter; to shorten a word or phrase.
46 terms
GRE words
hinges upon
shallow, facile
benign
only shrugged his shoulders
depends on/rests on.
superficial
nontoxic
indifference
hinges upon
depends on/rests on.
shallow, facile
superficial
77 terms
GRE Words
archaic
syncopation
simbiosis
mirth
ancient; old fashioned
temporary irregularity in musical rhythym
cooperation; mutual helpfulness
laughter or glee
archaic
ancient; old fashioned
syncopation
temporary irregularity in musical rhythym
35 terms
GRE words
audacious
parsimonious
poignant
aloof
done with extreme confidence, despite difficulties, risks, or…
not willing to give or spend money
giving you feelings of sadness. The roadside crosses are a po…
someone who is ......, or who remains or stays ...... from so…
audacious
done with extreme confidence, despite difficulties, risks, or…
parsimonious
not willing to give or spend money
1,000 terms
Manhattan GRE 1000 Words
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
(v) reduce, diminish
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
(adj) abnormal, deviant
(v) detest, regard with disgust
abate
(v) reduce, diminish
abdicate
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
654 terms
The most common GRE vocab words
abase
abash
abate
abdicate
(v.) to humiliate, cause to feel shame; (v.) to hurt the prid…
(v.) to embarrass; to cause to be embarrassed
(v.) to make less active or intense; (v.) to become less in i…
(v.) to give up power
abase
(v.) to humiliate, cause to feel shame; (v.) to hurt the prid…
abash
(v.) to embarrass; to cause to be embarrassed
1,432 terms
GRE Words
abash v.
applicable adj.
accentuate v.
apprehension n.
make (someone) feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed... ~ s…
relevant or appropriate... ~ (to sb/sth)... The rule is only *appl…
make more noticeable or prominent... ~ sth... underline, underscore…
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen…
abash v.
make (someone) feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed... ~ s…
applicable adj.
relevant or appropriate... ~ (to sb/sth)... The rule is only *appl…
23 terms
GRE WORDS
relentless
relentless
relentless
reckless
not stopping or getting less strong. a ~ pursuit of perfection
refusing to give up or be less strict or sever. ~enemy
persistence, incessant, dogged, untiring, pertinacious
...
relentless
not stopping or getting less strong. a ~ pursuit of perfection
relentless
refusing to give up or be less strict or sever. ~enemy
GRE words
supposition
abscission
extrapolation
dismiss
przypuszczenie, hipoteza
odcięcie
ekstrapolacja, przypuszczenie
oddalić, obrzucać
supposition
przypuszczenie, hipoteza
abscission
odcięcie
1,740 terms
Essential words for the GRE
abdicate
renounce
relinquish
abject
كناره‌گيرى كردن‌
صرفنظر كردن‌، چشم‌پوشيدن
دست‌ كشيدن‌ (از)، رهاكردن
نكبت‌بار، رقت‌انگيز
abdicate
كناره‌گيرى كردن‌
renounce
صرفنظر كردن‌، چشم‌پوشيدن
33 terms
GRE Words
Abscond (verb)
Aberrant (adj.)
Alacrity (noun)
Anomaly (noun)
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 (verb)
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
Aberrant (adj.)
deviating from the norm
185 terms
GRE words
sidereal
etiolated
intransigence
acrimonious
of or with respect to the distant stars
to cause to appear pale or sickly
stubborn and unwilling to change
bitter in speech or nature
sidereal
of or with respect to the distant stars
etiolated
to cause to appear pale or sickly
1,719 terms
gre Words
articulate ( v, adj. )
discrepancy
adjudicate
in light of something
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in wo…
a difference between two or more things that should be the same
[intransitive, transitive] to make an official decision about…
after considering something
articulate ( v, adj. )
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in wo…
discrepancy
a difference between two or more things that should be the same
102 terms
GRE words
displace
pasture
pest
bring on
[s] replace, supplant, supersede
a large area of land where animals feed on the grass
an animal or insect that causes problems for people especiall…
to cause to appear or occur... ..., more of the cases of food p…
displace
[s] replace, supplant, supersede
pasture
a large area of land where animals feed on the grass
Gre words
specious
exponential
jerky
scrutiny
seeming to be true but in fact wrong
increasing or growing very fast
clumsy, awkward, ungainly.
careful, close, detailed, intense, rigorous, thorough
specious
seeming to be true but in fact wrong
exponential
increasing or growing very fast
89 terms
High Frequency GRE Words
Demarcations
Eminent
Execrable
Bombastic
A dividing line (borderline, separation, division)
1) A person famous & respected w/in a sphere/ profession ... 2)…
Extremely bad/ unpleasant (awful, appalling, atrocious)
Inflated, high-sounding but little meaning (pompous)
Demarcations
A dividing line (borderline, separation, division)
Eminent
1) A person famous & respected w/in a sphere/ profession ... 2)…
200 terms
GRE Words
apportioned
delusion
abridged
lionize
divided and allocate
a belief that is maintained despite being contradicted by rea…
shortened
to grant someone celebrity status
apportioned
divided and allocate
delusion
a belief that is maintained despite being contradicted by rea…
180 terms
GRE WORDS
Impassive
descry
Rabble
Inscrutable
SHOWING NO EMOTION
Investigate
A disorderly crowd, a mob
Difficult to understand
Impassive
SHOWING NO EMOTION
descry
Investigate
65 terms
gre words
assert
tractable
prominent
impertinent/gall/impudent
state strongly or positively; demand recognition of (rights,…
Easily managed or controlled... docile... OBEDIENT; YIELDING... He's a…
standing out so as to be easily seen; important, well-known... c…
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
assert
state strongly or positively; demand recognition of (rights,…
tractable
Easily managed or controlled... docile... OBEDIENT; YIELDING... He's a…
33 terms
GRE Words!
ABASE
ABATE
ABDICATE
ABBERANT
To humiliate, shame, hurt the pride of
To lessen in intensity
to give up position or power
Deviating from what is normal or expected
ABASE
To humiliate, shame, hurt the pride of
ABATE
To lessen in intensity
Gre words
Ambidextrous
Gerontocracy
Aggravate
Abhor
able to use both hands equally well
Government rulled by old people
Make worse; irritate
To hate; to detest
Ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well
Gerontocracy
Government rulled by old people
1,754 terms
GRE WORDS
WORDS LIST1
Group 1
Abhor
Bigot
...
...
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
WORDS LIST1
...
Group 1
...
336 terms
GRE words
pedagogical
opaque
Arithmetic
ambitious
related to teaching
not transparent... (adj.) not letting light through; not clear o…
the branch of pure mathematics dealing with the theory of num…
having a strong desire for success or achievement
pedagogical
related to teaching
opaque
not transparent... (adj.) not letting light through; not clear o…
565 terms
GRE Words
Gerrymander
extemporaneous
bourgeosis
copious
change voting district lines in order to favor a political pa…
(adj.) made or delivered on the spur of the moment
middle class
Abundant; plentiful
Gerrymander
change voting district lines in order to favor a political pa…
extemporaneous
(adj.) made or delivered on the spur of the moment
9 terms
GRE words
stipulate
testimony
testified
so long
demand or specify(a requirement) typically as part of an agre…
Evidence given in court
make a statement of fact under oath in court
bye
stipulate
demand or specify(a requirement) typically as part of an agre…
testimony
Evidence given in court
203 terms
GRE Words
lucid
didactic
panegyrical
erudite
easily understood, clear (Aliya provided lucid explanations t…
instructive (Aliya spoke in a didactic tone to Mummy when giv…
formal or elaborate praise (A speech praising Obama Care is a…
very learned; scholarly (When answering the questions elabora…
lucid
easily understood, clear (Aliya provided lucid explanations t…
didactic
instructive (Aliya spoke in a didactic tone to Mummy when giv…
38 terms
GRE WORDS
demur
anomalous
amorphous
venerate
verb: to object or show reluctance... Wallace disliked the col…
adjective: not normal... According to those who do not believe…
adjective: shapeless... His study plan for the GRE was at best a…
verb: to respect deeply... The professor, despite his sleep-in…
demur
verb: to object or show reluctance... Wallace disliked the col…
anomalous
adjective: not normal... According to those who do not believe…
47 terms
GRE Words
iconoclast
demure
laconic
parsimonious
someone who attacks cherished beliefs, nonconformist, deviant
Reluctant, hesitant, unwilling, hesitant
way of describing someone who does not use a lot of words; co…
frugal
iconoclast
someone who attacks cherished beliefs, nonconformist, deviant
demure
Reluctant, hesitant, unwilling, hesitant
56 terms
GRE common words
Abate
Abscond
Abstain
Abyss
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to leave secretly
to choose not to do something
an extremely deep hole
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Abscond
to leave secretly
365 terms
GRE
candid
cacophony
boor
blithe
impartial and honest in speech... The observations of a child c…
a harsh, jarring noise... The junior high orchestra created an…
a crude person; one lacking manners or taste... "That utter boo…
joyful, cheerful, or without appropriate thought... Summer fina…
candid
impartial and honest in speech... The observations of a child c…
cacophony
a harsh, jarring noise... The junior high orchestra created an…
1,550 terms
GRE
abash
abate
abdicate
aberrant
synonyms: embarrassed, ashamed, shamefaced, remorseful, consc…
synonyms: subside, die down/away/out, lessen, ease [off], let…
synonyms: resign, retire, stand down, step down, bow out, ren…
synonyms: deviant, deviating, divergent, abnormal, atypical,…
abash
synonyms: embarrassed, ashamed, shamefaced, remorseful, consc…
abate
synonyms: subside, die down/away/out, lessen, ease [off], let…
69 terms
Manhattan GRE Words Roots
ac, acer, acri, acro
ag, act
alt
ambul
sharp or point or high
drive, lead or do
high
walk
ac, acer, acri, acro
sharp or point or high
ag, act
drive, lead or do
413 terms
Top GRE Words in Context
Abate
Abscond
Abstain
Abyss
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
To leave secretly
To choose not to do something
An extremely deep hole
Abate
To reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Abscond
To leave secretly
38 terms
Common GRE words
abate
abscond
aggrandize
antipathy
(v) to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
(v) TO DEPART SECRETLY
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
(n.) a strong dislike, hostile feeling
abate
(v) to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
abscond
(v) TO DEPART SECRETLY
654 terms
Practice GRE Vocabulary Words
abase
abash
abate
abdicate
(v.) to humiliate, cause to feel shame; (v.) to hurt the prid…
(v.) to embarrass; to cause to be embarrassed
(v.) to make less active or intense; (v.) to become less in i…
(v.) to give up power
abase
(v.) to humiliate, cause to feel shame; (v.) to hurt the prid…
abash
(v.) to embarrass; to cause to be embarrassed
192 terms
GRE advanced words
abase
abeyance
abrest
abscission
v. to degrade or humble, to lower in rank, status, or esteem
n. temporary suspension, inactivity (in abeyance)
adj. side by side, keeping up with
n. cutting off, the separation of leaves, petals, or other pa…
abase
v. to degrade or humble, to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abeyance
n. temporary suspension, inactivity (in abeyance)
333 terms
GRE High Frequency Words
abate
aberrant
abeyance
abstemious
subside or moderate
abnormal or deviant
suspended action
sparing in eating/drinking; temperate
abate
subside or moderate
aberrant
abnormal or deviant
212 terms
Kaplan GRE Root Words
A, AN
AB
ABLE, IBLE
AC, ACR
Not, Without
From, Away, Apart
Capable Of, Worth Of
Sharp, Sour
A, AN
Not, Without
AB
From, Away, Apart
551 terms
ALL GRE WORDS
Abscond
Clandestine
Aberration
Aberrant
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
(n) A departure from what is usual, normal, or expected.
(adj.) Deviating from the norm.
Abscond
(v) To depart clandestinely; to leave hurriedly and secretly.
Clandestine
(adj.) Kept secret or done secretly, especially because illic…
Magoosh GRE vocabulary words
Innocuous (adj)
Candid (adj)
Erratic (adj)
Bleak (adj)
harmless,... Most snakes are poisonous, while some are innocuous.
being straightforward and honest.... A person can also be candid…
unpredictable; deviating from the norm; incorrect; strange; u…
dark and gloomy; depressing... bleak prospects mean little or no…
Innocuous (adj)
harmless,... Most snakes are poisonous, while some are innocuous.
Candid (adj)
being straightforward and honest.... A person can also be candid…
365 terms
GRE
candid
cacophony
boor
blithe
impartial and honest in speech... The observations of a child c…
a harsh, jarring noise... The junior high orchestra created an…
a crude person; one lacking manners or taste... "That utter boo…
joyful, cheerful, or without appropriate thought... Summer fina…
candid
impartial and honest in speech... The observations of a child c…
cacophony
a harsh, jarring noise... The junior high orchestra created an…
360 terms
GRE high-Frequency words
Aberrant
Aberration
Abet
Abeyance
Markedly different from an accepted norm; abnormal; deviant
Deviation from a right, customary or prescribed course;... A dep…
To aid, promote, or encourage the commission of (an offense)
A state of suspension or temporary inaction
Aberrant
Markedly different from an accepted norm; abnormal; deviant
Aberration
Deviation from a right, customary or prescribed course;... A dep…
GRE Vocab - Common Words
Iconoclast (noun)
Parochial (adj.)
Upbraid (v.)
Profligate (adj./v.)
someone who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions
narrowly restricted in scope or outlook
to reproach; to scold
spending resources recklessly or wastefully
Iconoclast (noun)
someone who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions
Parochial (adj.)
narrowly restricted in scope or outlook
113 terms
GRE Words
abate
abscond
adulterate
aggrandize
to reduce in the amount, degree, or severity
to leave secretly
to make impure
to increase in power, influence, and repetition
abate
to reduce in the amount, degree, or severity
abscond
to leave secretly
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