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GRE Hard Vocabulary
numismatic
obdurate
noisome
abase
coin collecting
resistant to persuasion
stinking; putrid
to humble; disgrace
numismatic
coin collecting
obdurate
resistant to persuasion
35 terms
GRE Vocabulary I (Hard)
Prosaic
Mosaic
Hackneyed
Tenacious
Dull, ordinary (commonplace)
an image created by the assembly of many small colored pieces…
so commonplace as to be stale; not fresh or original
Persistent
Prosaic
Dull, ordinary (commonplace)
Mosaic
an image created by the assembly of many small colored pieces…
50 terms
GRE Vocabulary Flashcards (Hard)
Acme
Amalgamate
Discern
Enigma
Noun; highest point, the highest level or degree attainable
Verb; to combine, to mix together
Verb; to perceive or recognize
Noun; a puzzle, a mystery
Acme
Noun; highest point, the highest level or degree attainable
Amalgamate
Verb; to combine, to mix together
166 terms
GRE -hard
Abeyance
Abstain
Abyss
Acme
temporary suppression or suspension... The baseball game was hel…
to choose not to do something... Before the medical procedure, y…
an extremely deep hole... The submarine dove into the abyss to c…
highest points, summit, the highest level or degree attainabl…
Abeyance
temporary suppression or suspension... The baseball game was hel…
Abstain
to choose not to do something... Before the medical procedure, y…
GRE Vocabulary SET 1- Hard
Abate
Aberrant
Abstain
Accolade
to lessen the intensity or degree
deviating from the norm
to refrain from activity
an expression of praise
Abate
to lessen the intensity or degree
Aberrant
deviating from the norm
15 terms
GRE hard
tractable
endemic
repudiate
penury
Easily managed or controlled; obedient; malleable, amenable,…
indigenous, inherent, belonging to an area
disown; refuse to be associated with; abjure
poverty; insufficiency
tractable
Easily managed or controlled; obedient; malleable, amenable,…
endemic
indigenous, inherent, belonging to an area
89 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary LM
Labile
Lachrymose
Laconic
Lager
likely to change; unstable
tearful
(adj.) using few words; terse
a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (us…
Labile
likely to change; unstable
Lachrymose
tearful
349 terms
hard gre
raconteur
perspicacious
probity
begrudge
storyteller
very insightful
integrity
envy
raconteur
storyteller
perspicacious
very insightful
242 terms
GRE hard
Remuneration
Bilk
Engender
Harangue
Payment for work done
to cheat; defraud
to produce, cause, or bring about
Noisy, attacking speech
Remuneration
Payment for work done
Bilk
to cheat; defraud
71 terms
GRE HARD
abrogate
unprepossessing
eponym
peevish
overturn a law
unremarkable
derived from a name
irritable
abrogate
overturn a law
unprepossessing
unremarkable
451 terms
GRE Words Hard
pusillanimous
inveigh
ribald
paean
lacking courage or resolution; cowardly; faint-hearted; timid.
to disapprove; protest vehemently
humorous in a vulgar way ... (The movie - adapted from a well-kn…
a song or hymn of praise and thanksgiving; homage
pusillanimous
lacking courage or resolution; cowardly; faint-hearted; timid.
inveigh
to disapprove; protest vehemently
242 terms
GRE hard
Remuneration
Bilk
Engender
Harangue
Payment for work done
to cheat; defraud
to produce, cause, or bring about
Noisy, attacking speech
Remuneration
Payment for work done
Bilk
to cheat; defraud
10 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set #L (hard)
Lament (verb)
Larceny (noun)
Latent (adjective)
Lavish (adjective)
to express sorrow, grieve
theft of property
potential that is not readily apparent
extremely generous or extravagant, to give unsparingly
Lament (verb)
to express sorrow, grieve
Larceny (noun)
theft of property
264 terms
Hard GRE words
sinecure
hapless
fracas
unconscionable
a well-paying job or office that requires little or no work
Unlucky
a noisy quarrel or brawl
unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust
sinecure
a well-paying job or office that requires little or no work
hapless
Unlucky
89 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary C
Cabal
Cacophony (Adj. Form: Cacophonous)
Cadge
Cajole
a secret group seeking to overturn something
(n.) harsh, jarring, discordant sound; dissonance
sponge, beg
(v.) to inveigle, coax, wheedle, sweet-talk
Cabal
a secret group seeking to overturn something
Cacophony (Adj. Form: Cacophonous)
(n.) harsh, jarring, discordant sound; dissonance
89 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary LM
Labile
Lachrymose
Laconic
Lager
likely to change; unstable
tearful
(adj.) using few words; terse
a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (us…
Labile
likely to change; unstable
Lachrymose
tearful
15 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set #I (hard)
Imbue (verb)
Impasse (noun)
Impervious (adjective)
Ingenuous (adjective)
to infuse
blocked path, dilemma with no solution
impossible to penetrate, incapable of being affected
showing innocence or childlike sympathy
Imbue (verb)
to infuse
Impasse (noun)
blocked path, dilemma with no solution
25 terms
GRE Vocabulary Prep (Hard) #A
Abeyance (noun)
Abstain (verb)
Abyss (noun)
Acme (noun)
temporary suppression or suspension
to choose not to do something
an extremely deep hole
highest point; summit
Abeyance (noun)
temporary suppression or suspension
Abstain (verb)
to choose not to do something
10 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set #E (hard)
Elegy (noun)
Eloquent (adjective)
Embellish (verb)
Enigma (noun)
a sorrowful poem or speech
persuasive and moving, especially in speech
to add ornamental or fictitious details
a puzzle, mystery
Elegy (noun)
a sorrowful poem or speech
Eloquent (adjective)
persuasive and moving, especially in speech
12 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set #D (hard)
Debutante (noun)
Deface (verb)
Deference (noun)
Demagogue (noun)
young woman making a debut in society
vandalize
respect, courtesy
a rabble-rouser, usually appealing to emotion or prejudice
Debutante (noun)
young woman making a debut in society
Deface (verb)
vandalize
8 terms
GRE Vocabulary Set #P (hard)
Palatial (adjective)
Panache (noun)
Paradox (noun)
Pariah (noun)
relating to a palace, magnificent
flamboyance or dash in style or action
a contradiction or dilemma
an outcast
Palatial (adjective)
relating to a palace, magnificent
Panache (noun)
flamboyance or dash in style or action
11 terms
GRE Vocab - Hard hearted
Asperity
Baleful
Dour
Fell
harshness of tone or manner
threatening harm; menacing
relentlessly severe
stricking
Asperity
harshness of tone or manner
Baleful
threatening harm; menacing
25 terms
GRE Hard
expunge
execrate
vitiate
apodictic
obliterate
curse, hate
weaken, spoil
incontestable, logically certain
expunge
obliterate
execrate
curse, hate
19 terms
GRE- Hard
Cynical conviction
Everybody has an angle
Flexibility
Diffidence (opposite to confidence)
Циничное убеждение
Каждый думает о своих интересах
Гибкость, уступчивость
Неуверенность в себе
Cynical conviction
Циничное убеждение
Everybody has an angle
Каждый думает о своих интересах
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GRE Hard
cynical
conviction
wisdom
insincerity
doubtful, skeptical, suspicious, distrustful (alaycı)... -> cyni…
judgement, sentence, declaration of guilt (mahkumiyet)... ->crim…
having experience, knowledge; being wise (bilgelik)... -> advice…
not expressing feelings (samimiyetsizlik)... -> insincerity of f…
cynical
doubtful, skeptical, suspicious, distrustful (alaycı)... -> cyni…
conviction
judgement, sentence, declaration of guilt (mahkumiyet)... ->crim…
193 terms
GRE Hard
Redress
facetious
abrogate
schadenfreude
correct unfairness
humorous (usually about serious issues)
overturn a law/agreement
joy in other's suffering (n)
Redress
correct unfairness
facetious
humorous (usually about serious issues)
117 terms
GRE hard words
solicitous
spurious
arrogate
venal
desirous, careful
false
claim unwarrantedly
mercenary
solicitous
desirous, careful
spurious
false
22 terms
GRe vocab: Hard
Providential
Imperceptibly
Fastidicosness
Didacticism
Happy or lucky
Subtle
Excessively, particularly critical; hard to please
Instructive or educational
Providential
Happy or lucky
Imperceptibly
Subtle
10 terms
Hard GRE words
forbear
recreant
peremptory
objurgate
abstain
cowardly
leaving no opportunity for refusal
upbraid
forbear
abstain
recreant
cowardly
117 terms
GRE hard words
solicitous
spurious
arrogate
venal
desirous, careful,... concerned, attentive (Jim, laid up in bed…
false
Claim or take presumptuously or without the right to do so
mercenary, corruption
solicitous
desirous, careful,... concerned, attentive (Jim, laid up in bed…
spurious
false
307 terms
GRE 500 Hard Words
abeyance
aboveboard
abscission
abscond
temporary suspension
honest
cutting off; sudden termination
depart suddenly and secretively
abeyance
temporary suspension
aboveboard
honest
GRE Vocabulary Study - SET 3 - Hard
Catalyst
Causality
Censure - ˈsen(t)SHər
Chaos
substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction wi…
the relationship between cause and effect
to criticize severely; to officially rebuke
a condition of confusion or unpredictability
Catalyst
substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction wi…
Causality
the relationship between cause and effect
11 terms
GRE Word Groups: Hard-Hearted
Asperity
Baleful
Dour
Fell
Hard-Hearted- sharpness; roughness; severity (of temper or we…
Hard-Hearted- deadly or sinister; Threatening harm; menacing=…
Hard-Hearted- Relentlessly severe, stern, or gloomy in manner…
Hard-Hearted- Of terrible evil or ferocity; deadly=sorcerers…
Asperity
Hard-Hearted- sharpness; roughness; severity (of temper or we…
Baleful
Hard-Hearted- deadly or sinister; Threatening harm; menacing=…
42 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary U-Z
Ubiquitous
Umbrage
Unalloyed
Unconscionable
(adj.) existing everywhere at the same time, constantly encou…
offense; resentment
pure
unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust
Ubiquitous
(adj.) existing everywhere at the same time, constantly encou…
Umbrage
offense; resentment
109 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary D-Eu
Dastard
Dearth
Debacle
Debonair
coward
scarcity
an overwhelming defeat; a complete collapse or failure
friendly, aiming to please
Dastard
coward
Dearth
scarcity
92 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary S-T
Salacious
Salient
Salubrious
Salutary
(adj.) lustful, lascivious, bawdy
prominent; of notable significance
(adj.) promoting health or well-being
(adj.) remedial, wholesome, causing improvement
Salacious
(adj.) lustful, lascivious, bawdy
Salient
prominent; of notable significance
105 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary A-B
Abase
Abate
Aberrant
Abeyance
to humble; disgrace
to reduce in amount, degree or severity
deviating from what is normal or expected
temporary suppression or suspension
Abase
to humble; disgrace
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree or severity
97 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary N-Pe
Nadir
Nascent
Naïve
Nebulous
lowest point
(adj.) coming into being; early developmental stages
lacking sophistication or experience
(adj.) vague, cloudy, lacking clearly defined form
Nadir
lowest point
Nascent
(adj.) coming into being; early developmental stages
94 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary I-K
Iconoclast
Idolatrous (N. Form: Idolatry)
Idyll
Igneous
(n.) one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or…
(adj.) given to intense or excessive devotion to something
(n.) a carefree, light-hearted pastoral or romantic episode o…
volcanic, produced by fire
Iconoclast
(n.) one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or…
Idolatrous (N. Form: Idolatry)
(adj.) given to intense or excessive devotion to something
105 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary Eu-H
Evanescent
Evince
Exact
Exchequer
(adj.) tending to disappear like vapor, vanishing
show clearly
(v.) to demand, call for, require, take
treasury
Evanescent
(adj.) tending to disappear like vapor, vanishing
Evince
show clearly
109 terms
Very Hard GRE Vocabulary Ph-R
Phalanx
Philistine
Phlegmatic
Physiognomy
a compact or close-knit body of people, animals or things
a person who is guided by materialism and is disdainful of in…
(adj.) calm; sluggish; unemotional
facial features
Phalanx
a compact or close-knit body of people, animals or things
Philistine
a person who is guided by materialism and is disdainful of in…
59 terms
my gre hard words (I-Z)
obdurate
recalcitrant
recant
refractory
stubborn
Stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority
Withdraw, retract, or disavow something one has previously sa…
hard or impossible to manage; stubbornly disobedient.
obdurate
stubborn
recalcitrant
Stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority
364 terms
Gre Words (Hard)
Fidelity
Menacing
Dissent
Frenetic
Loyalty; faithfulness
Suggesting the presence of danger; threatening
Disagreement; having opinions that are different from others
Fast and energetic in a rather wild and uncontrolled way
Fidelity
Loyalty; faithfulness
Menacing
Suggesting the presence of danger; threatening
260 terms
GRE hard words
Crestfallen
Meteoric
rash
pellucid
disappointed
very rapid
reckless
easy to understand (lucid)
Crestfallen
disappointed
Meteoric
very rapid
196 terms
Hard GRE Words
chicanery
trickery or deception by quibbling or…
indigenous
originating in and characteristic of a…
deception by means of craft or guile
chicanery
(adj.) originating in the country or region where found, nati…
indigenous
chicanery
deception by means of craft or guile
trickery or deception by quibbling or…
chicanery
937 terms
Really Hard GRE Vocabulary-Hit Parade+Barrons
Abase
Abate
Aberrant
Abeyance
to humble; disgrace
to reduce in amount, degree or severity
deviating from what is normal or expected
temporary suppression or suspension
Abase
to humble; disgrace
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree or severity
64 terms
GRE review: Set hard words
Apocryphal
Whimsical
Indisposed
Derision
adj. of dubious authenticity or origin; spurious; Lacking aut…
adj. subject to odd ideas, notions, or fancies; playful; unpr…
adj. slightly ill; disinclined to do something
n. ridicule; scorn; contemptuous treatment
Apocryphal
adj. of dubious authenticity or origin; spurious; Lacking aut…
Whimsical
adj. subject to odd ideas, notions, or fancies; playful; unpr…
275 terms
GRE Missed Words (Hard)
politic
polyglot
precis
preternatural
tactful or diplomatic
composed of many languages
a summary
supernatural
politic
tactful or diplomatic
polyglot
composed of many languages
100 terms
GRE Hard Words (7)
blight
airtight
distraught
pundit
v.(使)枯萎:affect; 损害:impair
adj.无瑕疵的:no, flaw; 密封的,不透气的:impermeable to air
adj.精神狂乱的,极疯狂的:agitated, insane
n.权威人士,专家:opinions authoritative
blight
v.(使)枯萎:affect; 损害:impair
airtight
adj.无瑕疵的:no, flaw; 密封的,不透气的:impermeable to air
49 terms
GRE Hard to remember
Aspersion
Blase
Contumacious
Cozen
Slander, false story
Bored because of frequent indulgence; unconcerned
Disobedient; Rebellious
Mislead by trick or fraud; decieve
Aspersion
Slander, false story
Blase
Bored because of frequent indulgence; unconcerned
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