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GMAT: Verbal Test 2 p.560 Princeton Review
Undergone a radical reappraisal
Kinetic
Undergone
radical
Change the way of thinking; change your mind
motion, movement; Energy of motion
experienced; been subjected to
Extreme; especially an extreme change
Undergone a radical reappraisal
Change the way of thinking; change your mind
Kinetic
motion, movement; Energy of motion
19 terms
Foundations of GMAT Verbal - Vocabulary
Abate
Aberration, Anomaly
Acclaim
Accord, Discord
Reduce or diminish.... Her stress over spending so much money o…
Something that stands out or is abnormal. Outlier is similar.…
Great praise or approval
Accord is agreement and discord is disagreement.... Our managem…
Abate
Reduce or diminish.... Her stress over spending so much money o…
Aberration, Anomaly
Something that stands out or is abnormal. Outlier is similar.…
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GMAT: Verbal Test 2 p.561-562; Q6-12 Princeton Review
Crippling
Disable
Incapacitate
Thrives
that disables or incapacitates... damaging; doesn't allow normal…
impair... limited by physical or mental condition
not useful for the purpose intended
grows successfully and strong;... Flourishes
Crippling
that disables or incapacitates... damaging; doesn't allow normal…
Disable
impair... limited by physical or mental condition
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GMAT: Verbal bin 2. Long passage. Princeton Review
Perpetual
Democratic
Plight
Overriding
...
....
...
...
Perpetual
...
Democratic
....
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GMAT Vocabulary Set 01
abdicate
backwater
ballistic
calefaction
To relinquish (power or responsibility) formally.
Water held or pushed back by or as if by a dam or current.
Of or relating to the study of the internal action of firearms.
The act of warming or heating; the production of heat in a bo…
abdicate
To relinquish (power or responsibility) formally.
backwater
Water held or pushed back by or as if by a dam or current.
87 terms
GMAT Vocab
Abaft
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
to put an end to; to reduce in degree or intensity
give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or dutie…
Abaft
at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane
Abase
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
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VERBAL (GMAT)
Verbal is placed in which sections, To…
Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Con…
Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Ass…
Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Pre…
It is the 4th Section, 41 multiple choice questions, 75 minut…
A Conclusion is a position, opinion or judgment reached after…
To assume means to take as granted or true. An assumption is…
A premise is a fact, a given or data. It is factual informati…
Verbal is placed in which sections, To…
It is the 4th Section, 41 multiple choice questions, 75 minut…
Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Con…
A Conclusion is a position, opinion or judgment reached after…
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Prompts for GMAT CR
"The argument proceeds by:"
derives ...by
method of reasoning
response to
method of reasoning
method of reasoning
method of reasoning
method of reasoning
"The argument proceeds by:"
method of reasoning
derives ...by
method of reasoning
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GMAT Vocab E
editorial
efficacy
egalitarianism
egotistic
commentary, opinion piece
effectiveness
ideology of equality
self-interest; selfishness; snobbish
editorial
commentary, opinion piece
efficacy
effectiveness
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2016 Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary WIth Pictures! (Group 4)
acerbic
aggrandize
alchemy
amenable
(adj.) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; bit…
(verb) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
(noun) a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metal…
(adj.) agreeable; responsive to suggestion
acerbic
(adj.) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; bit…
aggrandize
(verb) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
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Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary 2016 (Group 1) With Pictures!
abscond
aberrant
alacrity
anomaly
(verb) To steal off and hide
(adj.) deviating from the norm (Noun form: aberration)
(noun) eager and enthusiastic willingness
(noun) Deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnorm…
abscond
(verb) To steal off and hide
aberrant
(adj.) deviating from the norm (Noun form: aberration)
78 terms
2016 Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary (Group 3 W/ PICTURES)
acumen
adulterate
amalgamate
archaic
(noun) keen, accurate judgment or insight
(verb) to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
(verb) to combine several elements into a whole
(adj.) outdated; associated with an earlier, perhaps more pri…
acumen
(noun) keen, accurate judgment or insight
adulterate
(verb) to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
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Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary 2016 (Group 2) With Pictures!
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
51 terms
2016 Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary (Beyond the Hit Parade 1) With Pictures!!
alloy
appropriate
arrest, arresting
august
(verb) to commingle;to debase by mixing w/ something inferior…
(verb) to take for one's own use; to confiscate
(verb)/(adj.) to suspend; to engage; holding one's attention:…
(adj.) majestic, venerable
alloy
(verb) to commingle;to debase by mixing w/ something inferior…
appropriate
(verb) to take for one's own use; to confiscate
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2nd GMAT Verbal V
modest
stool
concurrent
controversial
Humble
a simple seat without a back or arms
existing, happening, or done at the same time: there are thre…
Arguable, debatable
modest
Humble
stool
a simple seat without a back or arms
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2nd GMAT Verbal III
haphazard
grid
extinguish
pastures
lacking any obvious principle of organization: the kitchen dr…
A network of vertical and horizontal lines that form squares.
to put out a fire
grassy lands that animals graze on.
haphazard
lacking any obvious principle of organization: the kitchen dr…
grid
A network of vertical and horizontal lines that form squares.
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2nd GMAT Verbal VI
disenfranchised
to pit sbd against sbd else
a pit
inhumane
cut off from "normal" society
to make them fight together
fruit
not good, indecent
disenfranchised
cut off from "normal" society
to pit sbd against sbd else
to make them fight together
77 terms
2016 Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary (Beyond the Hit Parade Group 2) with Pictures!!
abjure
adumbrate
anathema
anodyne
(verb) to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
(verb) to foreshadow vaguely or intimidate; to suggest or out…
(noun) a solemn or ecclesiastical (religious) curse; accursed…
(adj.)/(noun) soothing; something that assuages or allays pai…
abjure
(verb) to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
adumbrate
(verb) to foreshadow vaguely or intimidate; to suggest or out…
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GMAT 2010 Words,1
hasten
chastise
prominence
vocation
act or move at high speed
censure severely... انتقاد شدید کردن... =//=... praise
relative importance... برجستگى ،امتياز،پيشامدگى ،برترى
the particular occupation for which you are trained
hasten
act or move at high speed
chastise
censure severely... انتقاد شدید کردن... =//=... praise
34 terms
2nd GMAT Verbal II
rival
envision
toxins
jurisdiction
competitor
(VERB) To imagine; to form a picture that has not yet happene…
Any of various poisonous substances produced by some microorg…
the place covered by law
rival
competitor
envision
(VERB) To imagine; to form a picture that has not yet happene…
26 terms
GMAT vocabulary
electorate
incumbent
thalidomide
sedative
(n.) the total group of qualified voters; all the electors of…
(adj.) obligatory, required; (n.) one who holds a specific of…
(n.) a drug formerly used as a sedative but withdrawn in 1961…
(adj.) tending to calm, moderate, or tranquilize; [medicine]…
electorate
(n.) the total group of qualified voters; all the electors of…
incumbent
(adj.) obligatory, required; (n.) one who holds a specific of…
44 terms
Gmat
TENACIOUS
PROFICIENT
DELUDE
POTENT
adjective... If you are tenacious, you are very determined and d…
If you are proficient in something, you can do it well. A gre…
If you delude yourself, you let yourself believe that somethi…
Something that is potent is very effective and powerful. Thei…
TENACIOUS
adjective... If you are tenacious, you are very determined and d…
PROFICIENT
If you are proficient in something, you can do it well. A gre…
69 terms
GRE PrincetonReview 2015 Set 1
abscond (v)
aberrant (a)
alacrity (n)
approbation (n)
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
deviating from the norm
eager and enthusiastic willingness
an expression of approval or praise
abscond (v)
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
aberrant (a)
deviating from the norm
1,707 terms
GMAT
abandon
abate
abbreviate
abbreviation
1. a lack of control or restraint; loss of inhibitions; exube…
reduce in amount, degree, or intensity; lessen
make (a word, phrase, or text) shorter
a shortened form of a name, phrase or word; the act of shorte…
abandon
1. a lack of control or restraint; loss of inhibitions; exube…
abate
reduce in amount, degree, or intensity; lessen
1,000 terms
Ultimate GMAT Vocabulary (essential)
distend
countervail
convoke
expurgate
swell from or as if from internal pressure
oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions
call together
edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate
distend
swell from or as if from internal pressure
countervail
oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions
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Manhattan GMAT Verbal Foundations - Vocab 1
Abate
Abberation, Anomaly
Discord
Acquisitiveness
Reduce or diminish, become less in amount or intensity... My str…
straying from what is normal or accepted... Susan ate 6 cheesebu…
lack of agreement or harmony... There is a discord between the A…
strong desire to acquire and possess... Mary has a acquisitivene…
Abate
Reduce or diminish, become less in amount or intensity... My str…
Abberation, Anomaly
straying from what is normal or accepted... Susan ate 6 cheesebu…
81 terms
GRE PrincetonReview 2015 Set 2
abate
accolade
adulation
adoration
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive praise; intense adoration
deep love and respect
abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
accolade
an expression of praise
82 terms
GRE PrincetonReview 2015 Set 3
acumen
adulterate
amalgamate
archaic
keen, accurate judgement or insight
to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
to combine several elements into a whole
outdated, associated with an earlier, perhaps more primitive,…
acumen
keen, accurate judgement or insight
adulterate
to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
80 terms
GRE PrincetonReview 2015 Set 4
acerbic
aggrandize
alchemy
amenable
having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; biting
to increase in intensity, power influence, or prestige
a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metals, esp.…
agreeable; responsive to suggestion
acerbic
having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; biting
aggrandize
to increase in intensity, power influence, or prestige
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GMAT Club Sentence Correction - Idioms
as ... as
is lacking in
demanded that
between ... and
Will Ferrell's cameo scenes are __ funny __ anything he's eve…
What these scores tell us is that rigor __ __ __ some schools.
The city industrialists have __ __ the state government meet…
Tensions have flared in some parts of the country __ blacks _…
as ... as
Will Ferrell's cameo scenes are __ funny __ anything he's eve…
is lacking in
What these scores tell us is that rigor __ __ __ some schools.
419 terms
Princeton GRE Hit Parade
Abscond
aberrant
alacrity
anomaly
to secretly depart; to steal off and hide
deviating from the norm
eager and enthusiastic willingness
deviation from the norm
Abscond
to secretly depart; to steal off and hide
aberrant
deviating from the norm
112 terms
Princeton Review GRE Extra Vocabulary Vol.2
eschew
espouse
evince
exhort
to avoid; to shun
to support; to advocate
to show or demonstrate clearly; manifest
to urge strongly
eschew
to avoid; to shun
espouse
to support; to advocate
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GRE Princeton Review 2015 Set 1
abscond (v)
aberrant (a)
alacrity (n)
approbation (n)
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
deviating from the norm
eager and enthusiastic willingness
an expression of approval or praise
abscond (v)
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide
aberrant (a)
deviating from the norm
96 terms
Princeton Review GRE Extra Vocabulary Vol.1
abash
abject
abnegate
abrogate
to make ashamed; to embarrass
hopeless, extremely sad and servile; defeated
to deny oneself things; to reject; to renounce
to abolish or repeal formally; to set aside; to nullify
abash
to make ashamed; to embarrass
abject
hopeless, extremely sad and servile; defeated
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GRE Princeton Review 2015 Set 3
acumen
adulterate
amalgamate
archaic
keen, accurate judgement or insight
to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
to combine several elements into a whole
outdated, associated with an earlier, perhaps more primitive,…
acumen
keen, accurate judgement or insight
adulterate
to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
80 terms
GRE Princeton Review 2015 Set 4
acerbic
aggrandize
alchemy
amenable
(style of speaking) sharp and straightforward (straight to th…
to increase in intensity, power influence, or prestige
a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metals, esp.…
open and responsive to suggestion; easily persuaded or contro…
acerbic
(style of speaking) sharp and straightforward (straight to th…
aggrandize
to increase in intensity, power influence, or prestige
81 terms
GRE Princeton Review 2015 Set 2
abate
accolade
adulation
adoration
to lessen in intensity or degree
an expression of praise
excessive devotion; intense adoration
deep love and respect
abate
to lessen in intensity or degree
accolade
an expression of praise
135 terms
Princeton Review Elementary SSAT/ ISEE Vocabulary
abandon
acknowledge
adhesive
admire
To give up completely; ... to desert; careless disregard for con…
Recognize; admit
Any synthetic product that is used to join materials together.
V. To regard with approval, respect, or satisfaction.
abandon
To give up completely; ... to desert; careless disregard for con…
acknowledge
Recognize; admit
23 terms
Words Learned While Reading
maladroit
inapt
superfluity
mendacious
clumsy; unskillful
not suitable or appropriate in the circumstances
a superabundant or excessive amount; something superfluous, a…
(adj.) given to lying or deception; untrue
maladroit
clumsy; unskillful
inapt
not suitable or appropriate in the circumstances
246 terms
Princeton GRE Verbal (see term first)
dynamic
turgid
inveterate
timorous
constantly changing
swollen, bloated, complex
unlikely to change
being scared and shy
dynamic
constantly changing
turgid
swollen, bloated, complex
431 terms
Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary 2016 With Pictures!
abscond
aberrant
alacrity
anomaly
(verb) To steal off and hide
(adj.) deviating from the norm (Noun form: aberration)
(noun) eager and enthusiastic willingness
(noun) Deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnorm…
abscond
(verb) To steal off and hide
aberrant
(adj.) deviating from the norm (Noun form: aberration)
185 terms
GMAT Vocabulary
abate
aberrant
abjure
abrogate
to lessen in intensity or degree; synonyms: decrease
deviating from the norm; synonyms: abnormal, deviant, anomalous
to renounce or reject solemnly; synonyms: recant
to repeal; to revoke; synonyms: annul
abate
to lessen in intensity or degree; synonyms: decrease
aberrant
deviating from the norm; synonyms: abnormal, deviant, anomalous
112 terms
GRE Princeton Review 2015 Beyond Hit Parade 2
abjure
adumbrate
foreshadow
anathema
to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
to foreshadow vaguely or intimate; to suggest or outline sket…
be a warning or indication of (a future event)
a solemn or ecclesiastical (religious) cruise; accursed or th…
abjure
to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
adumbrate
to foreshadow vaguely or intimate; to suggest or outline sket…
40 terms
Princeton ISEE Middle Level A
Abandon
Abbreviation
Abhor
Abrupt
To give up by leaving in time of danger.
A shortened form of a word or phrase
(v.) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
Act Quickly
Abandon
To give up by leaving in time of danger.
Abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase
44 terms
SSAT Verbal Study Set 12
adherence
aerie
affliction
balmy
...
...
...
...
adherence
...
aerie
...
96 terms
GMAT and TOEFL Vocabulary
area
acreage
indivisible number
perimeter
Flächeninhalt
Flächeninhalt
Primzahl
Umfang
area
Flächeninhalt
acreage
Flächeninhalt
191 terms
Princeton Review SAT Master Root List
a-
ab-
ac/acr-
ad/at-
negative prefix
away from/negative prefix
sharp
to, toward
a-
negative prefix
ab-
away from/negative prefix
18 terms
SSAT Verbal Study Suffixes 1
-able
-al
-ance, -ence
-ant
able to be
act or process of
state or quality of
a person who
-able
able to be
-al
act or process of
18 terms
SSAT Verbal Study Suffixes 2
-acy
-an (-ian)
-arian
-cide
state or quality
relating to, belonging to
a person who
act of killing
-acy
state or quality
-an (-ian)
relating to, belonging to
18 terms
SSAT Verbal Study Prefixes 1
a-, an-
auto-
dia-
hyper-
not, without, opposite to
self
through, across
over, more
a-, an-
not, without, opposite to
auto-
self
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