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223 terms
SAT GMAT GRE English
conventional
breach
comprise
conviction
慣習的な、型にはまった
違反、侵害
含む、構成する
信念
conventional
慣習的な、型にはまった
breach
違反、侵害
100 terms
majortests.com PSAT SAT GRE English-Hebrew List #4
ambivalence
cantankerous
derogatory
exemplify
...
...
...
...
ambivalence
...
cantankerous
...
100 terms
majortests.com PSAT SAT GRE English-Hebrew List #3
alacrity
burgeon
deleterious
euphemism
...
...
...
...
alacrity
...
burgeon
...
100 terms
majortests.com PSAT SAT GRE English-Hebrew List #2
acrid
boorish
cynical
epistle
חָרִיף; חַד לָשׁוֹן, פּוֹגְעָנִי, מַעֲלִיב
גַּס רוּחַ, חֲסַר תַּרְבּוּת, חֲסַר נִימוּס
צִינִי
...
acrid
חָרִיף; חַד לָשׁוֹן, פּוֹגְעָנִי, מַעֲלִיב
boorish
גַּס רוּחַ, חֲסַר תַּרְבּוּת, חֲסַר נִימוּס
100 terms
majortests.com PSAT SAT GRE English-Hebrew List #1
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
תִּעֵב, שָׂטַם, בָּחַל
קַנַּאי (אדם הקנאי למשהו או למישהו)
מְזֻיָּף / זִיּוּף, זַיְפָנוּת / זִיֵּף
אִזְרֵחַ; שִׁחְרֵר, הוֹצִיא אוֹתוֹ לַחָפְשִׁי
abhor
תִּעֵב, שָׂטַם, בָּחַל
bigot
קַנַּאי (אדם הקנאי למשהו או למישהו)
SAT/GRE Week #3
Arch
Mordant
Cavalier
Mellifluous
having a playful/witty sense of humor
bitingly sarcastic
not displaying proper seriousness or concern, nonchalant
sweet sounding, as in a voice or a melody
Arch
having a playful/witty sense of humor
Mordant
bitingly sarcastic
22 terms
SAT & GRE ?
ANTISEPTIC
LAX
FLAG
PROBITY
free from germs; exceptionally clean
not strict or firm; careless or negligent; loose or slack
to weaken; to slow down
integrity; uprightness; honesty
ANTISEPTIC
free from germs; exceptionally clean
LAX
not strict or firm; careless or negligent; loose or slack
SAT/GRE Week 5
abstemious
paragon
reticent
admonish
not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
a perfect embodiment of a concept, or example of a particular…
reluctant to draw attention to yourself,... not revealing one's…
warn or reprimand someone firmly, advise or urge
abstemious
not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
paragon
a perfect embodiment of a concept, or example of a particular…
SAT/GRE Week 4
abate
compliant
effrontery
implicit
become less in amount or intensity
disposed to act in accordance with someone's wishes
audacious behavior that you have no right to
implied though not directly expressed
abate
become less in amount or intensity
compliant
disposed to act in accordance with someone's wishes
9 terms
GRE-SAT
Dedication
expected
threat
concern
Зориулалт
тооцоолж байгаа
аюулт байдал
чухал байдал
Dedication
Зориулалт
expected
тооцоолж байгаа
50 terms
GRE English Vocab list
Abasement
Abhor
Abrasive
Abrogate
Humiliation; degradation
Hate
Rude and unfriendly
Abolish; end a law by official means
Abasement
Humiliation; degradation
Abhor
Hate
965 terms
GRE-SAT
abeyance
ablution
abominate
abrade
中止,搁置
净礼,沐浴
痛恨;厌恶
磨损,刮除
abeyance
中止,搁置
ablution
净礼,沐浴
SAT/GRE Week 4 Extra
abeyance
condone
elicit
inadvertently
temporary cessation or suspension
excuse, overlook, or make allowances for
call forth, as an emotion, feeling, or response
without knowledge or intention
abeyance
temporary cessation or suspension
condone
excuse, overlook, or make allowances for
SAT/GRE Week 5 Extra
ingenuous
craven
ephemeral
convoluted
lacking in sophistication or worldliness, gullible
lacking even the rudiments of courage; abjectly fearful, cowa…
anything short-lived, as an insect that lives only for a day
extremely complex and difficult to follow
ingenuous
lacking in sophistication or worldliness, gullible
craven
lacking even the rudiments of courage; abjectly fearful, cowa…
98 terms
GRE/SAT 1
evict
affinity
inalterable
retrospect
驱逐
构造相似,特点相近,关系密切
不能变更的
n.回顾 v.回顾,回想
evict
驱逐
affinity
构造相似,特点相近,关系密切
40 terms
GRE English
Resignation
Tenacious
Accolade
Bolster
Acceptance of fate
Stubborn
Honor
Support
Resignation
Acceptance of fate
Tenacious
Stubborn
SAT/GRE Test Prep - Week 1
abnormal
equivocal
lucid
precipitate
not typical or usual or regular
open to two or more interpretations
transparently clear; easily understandable
bring about abruptly
abnormal
not typical or usual or regular
equivocal
open to two or more interpretations
214 terms
GRE - SAT Hot Words
abridge
accolade
aloof
ample
to shorten
award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
uninterested; showing no concern; emotionally removed or dist…
abundant; plentiful; enough or more than enough
abridge
to shorten
accolade
award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
1,587 terms
GRE 2015/ SAT
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
215 terms
GRE English
Abjure, to
Ablative (adj)
Abstemious
Abstruse
To renounce
Removal or direction away from
Temperate... Sparing in eating or drinking... Abstinate
Obscure... Profound
Abjure, to
To renounce
Ablative (adj)
Removal or direction away from
49 terms
SAT/GRE 101-150
orthodox
anguish
subordinate
exhort
conventional
extreme pain
secondary; less than
strongly urge; seriously warn
orthodox
conventional
anguish
extreme pain
199 terms
GRE ENGLISH
Abridge (verb)
Compendium (noun)
Cursory (adj)
Curtail (verb)
to shorten a book, play by leaving out some parts; to lesson…
brief summary of a larger work or of a field of knowledge.
done and or made quickly
to reduce or limit.
Abridge (verb)
to shorten a book, play by leaving out some parts; to lesson…
Compendium (noun)
brief summary of a larger work or of a field of knowledge.
214 terms
GRE - SAT Words
abridge
accolade
aloof
ample
to shorten
award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
uninterested; showing no concern; emotionally removed or dist…
abundant; plentiful; enough or more than enough
abridge
to shorten
accolade
award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
27 terms
SAT GRE Words
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
to make ashamed; to embarrass
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to give up or step down from a position, right, or power
something not typical; a deviation from the standard
abash
to make ashamed; to embarrass
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
182 terms
GRE SAT Words
Arbitrator
Attest
Abstain
Accentuate
A third part or person who steps in to smooth over a settle a…
To declare or show that something is true (witness)
To hold back from something, avoid, or quit (food, alcohol)
To make something more important or to highlight (weight lose)
Arbitrator
A third part or person who steps in to smooth over a settle a…
Attest
To declare or show that something is true (witness)
SAT/GRE Test Prep - Week 2
plaudit
modicum
husbandry
obsequious
enthusiastic approval
a small or moderate or token amount
the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery
plaudit
enthusiastic approval
modicum
a small or moderate or token amount
50 terms
English GRE
In sb stead/stand in good stead
Behest
Mishap
Stranded
A la place de /être d'un grand secours
Ordre (requête)
Incident, contretemps
Bloqué, abandonné
In sb stead/stand in good stead
A la place de /être d'un grand secours
Behest
Ordre (requête)
215 terms
GRE English
to abjure
ablative (adj)
abstemious
abstruse
to renounce
removal or direction away from
temperate; sparing in eating or drinking
obscure, profound
to abjure
to renounce
ablative (adj)
removal or direction away from
20 terms
SAT AND GRE vocab
Encomium
Inveigle
Minatory
Garrulous
A speech or piece of writing that praises someone of somethin…
Coax, intice, Persuade to do something by means of deception…
Expressing or conveying a threat
Excessively talkative
Encomium
A speech or piece of writing that praises someone of somethin…
Inveigle
Coax, intice, Persuade to do something by means of deception…
53 terms
SAT & GRE 500 derived
frugal
decorous
ostentatious
conspicuous
ECONOMICAL; PENNY-PINCHING
Proper; in good taste; orderly
conspicuous consumption or pretentious display, showy
Easily seen or noticed
frugal
ECONOMICAL; PENNY-PINCHING
decorous
Proper; in good taste; orderly
10 terms
SAT GRE WORDLIST 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfrenchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudiced
Fake, false
Giving voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudiced
217 terms
SAT vocab for GRE
avuncular
bathetic
beguile
blandishment
being or relating to an uncle; resembling a uncle in kindness…
effusively or insincerely emotional
to attract; cause to be enamored
a flattering or pleasing statement or action used to persuade…
avuncular
being or relating to an uncle; resembling a uncle in kindness…
bathetic
effusively or insincerely emotional
15 terms
gre study sat morning
nuances
menascing
immure
pithy
subtle distinctions or variations
suggesting the presence of danger; threatening.
enclose or confine (someone) against their will
Precise and brief
nuances
subtle distinctions or variations
menascing
suggesting the presence of danger; threatening.
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…
49 terms
SAT/GRE Vocab Pt. 3
Delude
Stoic
Squalor
Ascetic
To deceive, to mislead, to cause to hold a false belief
Unemotional, to appear indifferent to pleasure or pain, to ma…
Refers to filth, Wretchedness, repulsive condtions
Refers to the relinquishment of normal comforts, to self-deni…
Delude
To deceive, to mislead, to cause to hold a false belief
Stoic
Unemotional, to appear indifferent to pleasure or pain, to ma…
50 terms
SAT/GRE Vocab Pt. 2
Destitute
Convival
Obtuse
Cogent
Extremely poor, impoverished, lacking in what is required for…
Festive, friendly, good natured, jovial
To be dense, slow to catch on, unobservant, not tuned in
Persuasive, convincing, pertinent
Destitute
Extremely poor, impoverished, lacking in what is required for…
Convival
Festive, friendly, good natured, jovial
17 terms
GRE English Literature - Periods
400-1300
1300-1500
1500-1558
1558-1603
Old English... events: Battle of Hastings (1066)... authors: Caedm…
Middle English... events: Battle of Agincourt (1415), Gutenberg…
early Tudor period... events: reigns of Henry VII, Henry VIII,…
Elizabethan period... events: reign of Elizabeth I... authors: Phi…
400-1300
Old English... events: Battle of Hastings (1066)... authors: Caedm…
1300-1500
Middle English... events: Battle of Agincourt (1415), Gutenberg…
31 terms
GRE English Literature - Antiquity
Zeus
Poseidon
Hades
Hestia
chief god, god of the sky... Roman: Jupiter
lord of the sea... Roman: Neptune
lord of the dead, the underworld... Roman: Pluto
goddess of the hearth... Roman: Vesta
Zeus
chief god, god of the sky... Roman: Jupiter
Poseidon
lord of the sea... Roman: Neptune
GRE English
Epithalamium
Eupheuism
Georgic
Hamartia
A work, esp. poem, to celebrate a wedding. See: Spenser's Epi…
Work that is self-consciously full of elaborate figures of sp…
Deals with laboring and toil oudoors, NOT idealized. See: Vir…
Aristotle's term for a fatal flaw, implies psychological flaw…
Epithalamium
A work, esp. poem, to celebrate a wedding. See: Spenser's Epi…
Eupheuism
Work that is self-consciously full of elaborate figures of sp…
50 terms
SAT/GRE Vocab Pt. 1
Facile
Vindictive
Sanctimonious
Scrutinize
easily done, glib, lacking depth.
means to be spiteful, vengeful, malicious, wanting to take re…
hypocritical devotion or piousness, exaggerated religious fee…
To examine carefully, to study in detail
Facile
easily done, glib, lacking depth.
Vindictive
means to be spiteful, vengeful, malicious, wanting to take re…
GRE English
Alexandrine
Apostrophe
Bildungsroman
Caesura
A line of iambic hexameter. Final lines in Spenser's stanzas…
Speech addressed to someone who isn't present or to an abstra…
German for "novel of education". See: Joyce, Portrait of the…
Blank in line of OE poetry, or in any line of verse.
Alexandrine
A line of iambic hexameter. Final lines in Spenser's stanzas…
Apostrophe
Speech addressed to someone who isn't present or to an abstra…
133 terms
gre english
abate
abscond
aggrandize
ameliorate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to leave secretly
to increase in power, influence, and reputation
to make better; to improve
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
abscond
to leave secretly
18 terms
GRE & SAT ? II
Impecunious (adj)
EQUINE
DEMURE (adj)
EPISTOLARY (adj)
Penniless
of, relating to, or affecting horses
reserved, modest, and shy
Relating to or denoting the writing of letters or literary wo…
Impecunious (adj)
Penniless
EQUINE
of, relating to, or affecting horses
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…
358 terms
TOEFL SAT GRE 2
abandon
abase
abash
abate
To give up completely; to desert; careless disregard for cons…
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
to embarrass
(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
abandon
To give up completely; to desert; careless disregard for cons…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
50 terms
SAT&GRE part 03
ephemeral
copious
trepidation
sincecure
adj. lasting for a short time... = fleeting, transitory, fugacio…
adj. in large quantities.... = plentiful, bountiful, replete, am…
n. a feeling of fear... = dread, consternation... x contentment, in…
n. an office or job that involves minimal duties but receives…
ephemeral
adj. lasting for a short time... = fleeting, transitory, fugacio…
copious
adj. in large quantities.... = plentiful, bountiful, replete, am…
8 terms
SAT ACT and GRE
Acrid
Verdant
Pliant
Dormant
Spicy
Of the bright green color of lush grass
Pliable
Of a plant or bud alive but not actively growing
Acrid
Spicy
Verdant
Of the bright green color of lush grass
153 terms
Vocabulary SAT/GRE
Decry
Usurp
Obscure
Discourse
(v.) to denounce or condemn openly
(v.) to take something without the right to do so, especially…
(v., a.) to make unclear; unclear, hard to understand; not im…
(v.) to communicate in an orderly fashion
Decry
(v.) to denounce or condemn openly
Usurp
(v.) to take something without the right to do so, especially…
168 terms
SAT/ACT/GRE Latin+Greek Roots (Gruber)
ag, act
agr
alt
alter
act (do)
field
high
other
ag, act
act (do)
agr
field
10 terms
SAT/GRE Vocab
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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