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500 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Manhattan GRE Essential Wordlist 500
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
(v) reduce, diminish... --We waited for the wind to abate.
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
(adj) abnormal, deviant... --aberrant behavior can be a sign of…
(v) detest, regard with disgust... --We believe we know that Ame…
abate
(v) reduce, diminish... --We waited for the wind to abate.
abdicate
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
996 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Manhattan Prep GRE 1000
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
Reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
Abnormal, deviant
Detest, regard with disgust
abate
Reduce, diminish
abdicate
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
500 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Manhattan Prep GRE - Essential Words
Abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
verb... reduce, diminish... "He wanted to -------- such unnecessa…
verb... Formally give up the throne (or some other power or res…
Adj... abnormal, deviant... "It also says some civilian superviso…
verb... Detest, regard with disgust... "To be honest, I kind of -…
Abate
verb... reduce, diminish... "He wanted to -------- such unnecessa…
abdicate
verb... Formally give up the throne (or some other power or res…
86 termscreated on December 5, 2016
Manhattan Practice 3 (Voca 53-71/RC 40-56)
trenchant
insipid
patrimony
berserk
정통을 찌르는, 신랄한
맛이 없는, 재미없는
(아버지 사망 시 받는) 세습 재산, 유산
(화나서)미쳐 날뛰는, 길길이 뛰는, (흥분해서) 펄쩍펄쩍 뛰는
trenchant
정통을 찌르는, 신랄한
insipid
맛이 없는, 재미없는
211 termscreated on December 5, 2016
Manhattan GRE 500 Essential Words
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abjure
(v) reduce, diminish
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
(adj) abnormal, deviant
(v) give up, renounce; repudiate, recant, or shun (especially…
abate
(v) reduce, diminish
abdicate
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
996 termscreated on December 5, 2016
Manhattan Prep GRE 1000
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
Reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
Abnormal, deviant
Detest, regard with disgust
abate
Reduce, diminish
abdicate
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
27 termscreated on December 5, 2016
Manhattan Practice RC (no.30-56)
exuberant
run out
undue
rampant
활기 넘치는, 열광적인
(of sth) (공급품을) 다 쓰다
지나친, 과도한
(나쁜 것이)걷잡을 수 없는, 만연한
exuberant
활기 넘치는, 열광적인
run out
(of sth) (공급품을) 다 쓰다
500 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Manhattan GRE Advanced 500
abase
abeyance
abreast
abscission
(v) Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
(n) temporary suspension, inactivity
(adj) Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means keepin…
(n) Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation of leaves…
abase
(v) Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abeyance
(n) temporary suspension, inactivity
48 termscreated on December 2, 2016
GRE Vocab (Manhattan Prep)
malign
indignant
personable
munificent
evil in nature or effect; malevolent
feeling or showing anger/annoyance at what is perceived as un…
person having a pleasant appearance and manner
generous, bountiful
malign
evil in nature or effect; malevolent
indignant
feeling or showing anger/annoyance at what is perceived as un…
79 termscreated on December 1, 2016
manhattan GRE words
munificent
whitewash
dictum
grandiloquent
generous, giving liberally
a substance used to whiten walls, wood; deception, covering u…
formal or authoritative pronouncement; saying or proverb
lofty speech to the point of being pompous, overblown, bombas…
munificent
generous, giving liberally
whitewash
a substance used to whiten walls, wood; deception, covering u…
993 termscreated on November 30, 2016
Manhattan GRE Advanced and Essential Combo Word list
abase
abeyance
abreast
abscission
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Temporary suspension, inactivity
Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means keeping up w…
Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation of leaves, pe…
abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abeyance
Temporary suspension, inactivity
34 termscreated on November 29, 2016
Manhattan GRE_List 1
Abase
defame
belittle
disparage
貶低
貶低
貶低
貶低
Abase
貶低
defame
貶低
73 termscreated on November 28, 2016
Manhattan Practice 3 (no.34-52)
Sanguine
High-handed
Salubrious
peccadillo
낙관적인, 자신감있는
고압적인, 독단적인
살기좋은, 건강에 좋은
사소한 잘못
Sanguine
낙관적인, 자신감있는
High-handed
고압적인, 독단적인
500 termscreated on November 28, 2016
Manhattan GRE 500 Essential
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…
25 termscreated on November 26, 2016
Word Problems
Picking variables
Sam's car was fined for parking when h…
Process
Pick only 1 variable if possible
1) assign variable to SMALLEST VALUE ... express everything in…
TARGET VARIABLE = fine... J = (F/4) + 3... S = (F/2) - 4... P = (F/3)…
1) Assign Variables... 2) Write Equations
Frank has $13 more than Glenda does, and together they have 8…
Picking variables
1) assign variable to SMALLEST VALUE ... express everything in…
Sam's car was fined for parking when h…
TARGET VARIABLE = fine... J = (F/4) + 3... S = (F/2) - 4... P = (F/3)…
6 termscreated on November 26, 2016
Percents & Ratios
percent
Manhattan % process
Number Sense - Percents
% increases / decreases
divided by 100... 37% of 100 = 37/100
look up
Find 10% or 1%
Price of an item increased from 200 to 800. What was the perc…
percent
divided by 100... 37% of 100 = 37/100
Manhattan % process
look up
401 termscreated on November 25, 2016
Manhattan GRE 500 Essential Words
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
Something that abates becomes fewer or less intense. Your ent…
Sometimes someone in power might decide to give up that power…
Abhorrent describes something truly horrible like finding a d…
If you abhor something, it gives you a feeling of complete ha…
abate
Something that abates becomes fewer or less intense. Your ent…
abdicate
Sometimes someone in power might decide to give up that power…
500 termscreated on November 23, 2016
Manhattan GRE Essential Wordlist 500
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
(v) reduce, diminish... --We waited for the wind to abate.
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
(adj) abnormal, deviant... --aberrant behavior can be a sign of…
(v) detest, regard with disgust... --We believe we know that Ame…
abate
(v) reduce, diminish... --We waited for the wind to abate.
abdicate
(v) formally give up the throne (or some other power or respo…
1,000 termscreated on November 23, 2016
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…
52 termscreated on November 21, 2016
Manhattan Practice 3 (no.1-33)
Platitude
Neologism
Anachronism
Stanza
진부한 이야기
새로운 단어, 신조어
시대착오적인 관습, 생각
스탠자, 연과 행
Platitude
진부한 이야기
Neologism
새로운 단어, 신조어
50 termscreated on November 18, 2016
Manhattan GRE Essential 10/10
stark
prodigal
makeshift
sycophant
(adj) 1. having a very plain and often cold or empty appearan…
(adj) 1. carelessly and foolishly spending money, time, etc;…
(adj) something used as a rough and temporary replacement for…
(n) A person who attempts to gain advantage by flattering inf…
stark
(adj) 1. having a very plain and often cold or empty appearan…
prodigal
(adj) 1. carelessly and foolishly spending money, time, etc;…
200 termscreated on November 17, 2016
GRE Manhattan 5 & 11 & 18 & 20
Inter
Interplay
Interregnum
Intractable
Bury (a dead body) or place in a tomb
Interaction, reciprocal relationship or influence
A time in between two reigns or regimes during which there is…
Difficult to control, manage, or manipulate; hard to cure; st…
Inter
Bury (a dead body) or place in a tomb
Interplay
Interaction, reciprocal relationship or influence
200 termscreated on November 16, 2016
GRE Manhattan 4 & 10 & 17 & 19
Reproach
Reprobate
Repudiate
Requite
Blame, disgrace (noun); criticize, express disappointment in…
Disreputable, unprincipled, or damned person (noun); shameles…
Reject, cast off, deny that something has authority
Reciprocate, repay, or revenge
Reproach
Blame, disgrace (noun); criticize, express disappointment in…
Reprobate
Disreputable, unprincipled, or damned person (noun); shameles…
18 termscreated on November 16, 2016
Signal Words (Manhattan GRE)
As for; Regarding; In reference to
Furthermore; Moreover; In addition; As…
On one hand/ On the other hand; While;…
Granted; It is true that; Certainly; A…
Focus attention
Add to previous point
Provide contrast
Provide conceding contrast ( author unwillingly agrees)
As for; Regarding; In reference to
Focus attention
Furthermore; Moreover; In addition; As…
Add to previous point
29 termscreated on November 16, 2016
Manhattan Prep GRE Words 2
abrogate
vitiate
adulterate
assiduous
repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) ... "…
spoil or impair the quality or efficiency of... "development pro…
contaminate
showing great care and perseverance... "she was assiduous in poi…
abrogate
repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) ... "…
vitiate
spoil or impair the quality or efficiency of... "development pro…
97 termscreated on November 16, 2016
Manhattan Prep GRE words
Solecism
Proscribe
Denigrate
Divest
A grammatical mistake in speech or writing
Forbid, especially by law
Criticize unfairly; disparage
Deprive (someone) of power, rights, or possessions
Solecism
A grammatical mistake in speech or writing
Proscribe
Forbid, especially by law
6 termscreated on November 16, 2016
GRE Verbal Grail / Manhattan
fulmination
transgression
impair
dissident
thunderous verbal attack , detonate ... The word fulminate is m…
the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle ... Trans…
(verb) make worse or less effective ,... His vision was impaired…
speak out/oppose against official policy ... heretical , heterod…
fulmination
thunderous verbal attack , detonate ... The word fulminate is m…
transgression
the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle ... Trans…
200 termscreated on November 15, 2016
GRE Manhattan 3 & 9 & 16 & 13
Propensity
Prophetic
Propitiate
Propitious
Natural inclination or tendency
Relating to prophesy, predicting, ominous
Attempt to reconcile with, satisfy, or reduce the animosity o…
Favorable, giving good signs for the future, likely to work o…
Propensity
Natural inclination or tendency
Prophetic
Relating to prophesy, predicting, ominous
65 termscreated on November 14, 2016
GRE Words ~Beyond Manhattan Set1
specious
traduce
torpid
turgid
superficially plausible, but wrong; misleading in appearance
speak badly of or tell lies about
lethargic; dormant; languid
swollen or distended; bombastic
specious
superficially plausible, but wrong; misleading in appearance
traduce
speak badly of or tell lies about
200 termscreated on November 14, 2016
GRE Manhattan 2 & 8 & 15 & 12
Fanciful
Fastidious
Fathom
Fatuous
Whimsical, capricious; imaginary; freely imaginative rather t…
Excessively particular, difficult to please; painstaking, met…
Measure the depth of (usually of water) as with a sounding li…
Foolish, silly, esp. in a smug or complacent manner
Fanciful
Whimsical, capricious; imaginary; freely imaginative rather t…
Fastidious
Excessively particular, difficult to please; painstaking, met…
996 termscreated on November 14, 2016
Manhattan Prep 1000 Vocab GRE
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
Reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
Abnormal, deviant
Detest, regard with disgust
abate
Reduce, diminish
abdicate
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
200 termscreated on November 13, 2016
GRE Manhattan 1 & 7 & 14 & 6
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Aberrant
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
reduce, diminish
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
abnormal, deviant
Abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Abate
reduce, diminish
42 termscreated on November 13, 2016
GRE Hard Words of Manhattan
Abreast
Keep abreast of
Abyss
Accede
Side-by-side
Well versed in, be up to date with, conversant with
Fissure, gorge, crevasse, chasm; a difficult situation that b…
agree, assent... (He gorgeously accede to our request)... ( Prince…
Abreast
Side-by-side
Keep abreast of
Well versed in, be up to date with, conversant with
100 termscreated on November 12, 2016
GRE Manhattan 13 & 20
Monastic
Monotony
Moreover
Mores
Relating to or resembling a monastery (where monks or nuns li…
Sameness or repetitiousness to the point of being boring; lac…
Besides; in addition to what was just stated
Customs, manners, or morals of particular group
Monastic
Relating to or resembling a monastery (where monks or nuns li…
Monotony
Sameness or repetitiousness to the point of being boring; lac…
21 termscreated on November 12, 2016
Manhattan Prep Test
scotched
asperity
forestalled
feckless
ended
severity, harshness
hindered or prevented in advance
incompetent or lazy
scotched
ended
asperity
severity, harshness
37 termscreated on November 12, 2016
GRE prep 6- Manhattan
Burgle
Disconcert
Sanctum
Eviscerate
enter (a building) illegally with intent to commit a crime, e…
disturb, unsettle.... "the abrupt change of subject disconcerted…
a private place from which most people are excluded.... "he ushe…
deprive (something) of its essential content.... "myriad little…
Burgle
enter (a building) illegally with intent to commit a crime, e…
Disconcert
disturb, unsettle.... "the abrupt change of subject disconcerted…
327 termscreated on November 11, 2016
Manhattan 500 GRE words
abase
abreast
abreast
abyss
(v) behave in a way so as to belittle or degrade (someone)
(adv) side by side and facing the same way
(adv) up to date with the latest news, ideas, or information
(n) a deep or seemingly bottomless chasm
abase
(v) behave in a way so as to belittle or degrade (someone)
abreast
(adv) side by side and facing the same way
100 termscreated on November 11, 2016
GRE Manhattan 12 & 19
Supplant
Supplicate
Supposition
Surfeit
Take the place of, displace, especially through sneaky tactics
Pray humbly; ask, beg, or seek in humble way
Assumption, hypothesis, something that has been supposed
Excess, excessive amount, overindulgence
Supplant
Take the place of, displace, especially through sneaky tactics
Supplicate
Pray humbly; ask, beg, or seek in humble way
30 termscreated on November 11, 2016
Manhattan advanced (red ticked words) = Level 1
abase
abeyance
abreast
abscission
Definition: Degrade ; to lower in rank, status, or esteem... Usa…
Definition: Temporary suspension, inactivity... Usage: The base…
Definition: Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means…
Definition: Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation o…
abase
Definition: Degrade ; to lower in rank, status, or esteem... Usa…
abeyance
Definition: Temporary suspension, inactivity... Usage: The base…
100 termscreated on November 10, 2016
GRE Manhattan 11 & 18
Inter
Interplay
Interregnum
Intractable
Bury (a dead body) or place in a tomb
Interaction, reciprocal relationship or influence
A time in between two reigns or regimes during which there is…
Difficult to control, manage, or manipulate; hard to cure; st…
Inter
Bury (a dead body) or place in a tomb
Interplay
Interaction, reciprocal relationship or influence
998 termscreated on November 10, 2016
Manhattan Prep GRE Words
abreast
abscission
abscond
abyss
Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means keeping up w…
Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation of leaves, pe…
Depart suddenly and secretively
A deep and vast space or cavity; anything profound or infinite
abreast
Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means keeping up w…
abscission
Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation of leaves, pe…
100 termscreated on November 9, 2016
GRE Manhattan 10 & 17
Reproach
Reprobate
Repudiate
Requite
Blame, disgrace (noun); criticize, express disappointment in…
Disreputable, unprincipled, or damned person (noun); shameles…
Reject, cast off, deny that something has authority
Reciprocate, repay, or revenge
Reproach
Blame, disgrace (noun); criticize, express disappointment in…
Reprobate
Disreputable, unprincipled, or damned person (noun); shameles…
100 termscreated on November 8, 2016
GRE Manhattan 9 & 16
Propensity
Prophetic
Propitiate
Propitious
Natural inclination or tendency
Relating to prophesy, predicting, ominous
Attempt to reconcile with, satisfy, or reduce the animosity o…
Favorable, giving good signs for the future, likely to work o…
Propensity
Natural inclination or tendency
Prophetic
Relating to prophesy, predicting, ominous
95 termscreated on November 8, 2016
GRE - Manhattan 3
flaccid (adj.)
floe (noun)
to flout
flux (noun)
רפה, רופס
שכבת קרח שצפה על המים
לזלזל, לבוז
זרם, זרימה, שטף
flaccid (adj.)
רפה, רופס
floe (noun)
שכבת קרח שצפה על המים
127 termscreated on November 8, 2016
5lb Manhattan gre word
melange
dearth
evoke
medley
a mixture; a hodgepodge
(n.) a lack, scarcity, inadequate supply; a famine... A lack of…
call forth (memory or feeling); Ex. That old film evoked memo…
(n.) a mixture of differing things (Susannah's wardrobe conta…
melange
a mixture; a hodgepodge
dearth
(n.) a lack, scarcity, inadequate supply; a famine... A lack of…
100 termscreated on November 7, 2016
GRE Manhattan 8 & 15
Fanciful
Fastidious
Fathom
Fatuous
Whimsical, capricious; imaginary; freely imaginative rather t…
Excessively particular, difficult to please; painstaking, met…
Measure the depth of (usually of water) as with a sounding li…
Foolish, silly, esp. in a smug or complacent manner
Fanciful
Whimsical, capricious; imaginary; freely imaginative rather t…
Fastidious
Excessively particular, difficult to please; painstaking, met…
100 termscreated on November 6, 2016
GRE Manhattan 7 & 14
Eloquent
Emaciate
Embellish
Eminent
Marked by forceful, fluid, apt speech; expressive, emotionall…
Make abnormally thin, cause to physically waste away
Decorate, add ornamentation; enhance (a story) with fictional…
Prominent, distinguished, of high rank
Eloquent
Marked by forceful, fluid, apt speech; expressive, emotionall…
Emaciate
Make abnormally thin, cause to physically waste away
996 termscreated on November 6, 2016
Manhattan Prep 1000 GRE Words: Usage
abate
abdicate
aberrant
abhor
Her stress over spending so much money on a house abated when…
King Edward VIII of England famously abdicated the throne in…
The teen's aberrant behavior made his family suspect that he…
"Go out with you?" she replied. "I abhor you! I would rather…
abate
Her stress over spending so much money on a house abated when…
abdicate
King Edward VIII of England famously abdicated the throne in…
49 termscreated on November 6, 2016
Manhattan GRE Wk1
Inchoate (adj)
Obdurate (adj)
Amalgamate (v)
Effrontery (n)
Def: 1. still developing or incomplete 2. imperfectly formed,…
Def: 1. stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or course…
Def: blend, merge, or unite... Ex: Chicago once had a plethora…
Def: audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no righ…
Inchoate (adj)
Def: 1. still developing or incomplete 2. imperfectly formed,…
Obdurate (adj)
Def: 1. stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or course…
993 termscreated on November 5, 2016
Manhattan GRE Advanced and Essential Combo Word list
abase
abeyance
abreast
abscission
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Temporary suspension, inactivity
Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means keeping up w…
Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation of leaves, pe…
abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abeyance
Temporary suspension, inactivity
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