Top Repeated GRE Words

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This word list contains repeated words in GRE Real test. Syntax: Word, Meaning, Example sentence.

Repeated GRE Words

ABASEto humble; disgrace
ABATEto reduce in amount, degree, or severity
ABJUREto reject; abandon formally
ABSCONDto leave secretly
ACCRETIONa growth in size; an increase in amount
ACIDULOUSsour in taste or manner
AERIEa nest built high in the air; an elevated, often secluded, dwelling
AFFECTEDphone; artificial
AGGRANDIZEto increase in power, influence, and reputation
ALACRITYspeed or quickness
AMORTIZEto diminish by installment payments
ANTIPATHYextreme dislike
ARDORintense and passionate feeling
ARROGATEto claim without justification; to claim for oneself without right
ATTENUATEto reduce in force or degree; weaken
AUGUSTdignified; grandiose
AXIOMpremise; postulate; self-evident truth
BEVYgroup
BIFURCATEto divide into two parts
BLIGHTto afflict; to destroy
BLITHEjoyful, cheerful, or without appropriate thought
BONHOMIEgood-natured geniality; atmosphere of good cheer
CALUMNYa false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
CLOYINGsickly sweet; excessive
COGENTconvincing and well-reasoned
CORROBORATEto support with evidence
CRAVENlacking courage
CREDULOUStoo trusting; gullible
DECLIVITYdownward slope
DELETERIOUSsubtly or unexpectedly harmful
DEMAGOGUEa leader or rabble-rouser, usually appealing to emotion or prejudice
DEMURto express doubts or objection
DERIDEto speak of or treat with contempt; to mock
DESULTORYjumping from one thing to another; disconnected
DIFFIDENTlacking self-confidence
DILATORYintended to delay
DILETTANTEsomeone with an amateurish or superficial interest in a topic
DISABUSEto set right; free from error
DISCERNto perceive or recognize
DISPARATEfundamentally different; entirely unalike
DISSEMBLEto present a false appearance’ to disguise one’s real intentions or character
DISTENDto swell, inflate, or bloat
DITHERto act confusedly or without clear purpose
DROLLamusing in a wry, subtle way
EFFICACYeffectiveness
EFFRONTERYimpudent boldness; audacity
ENERVATEto reduce in strength
EQUIVOCATEto use expressions of double meaning in order to mislead
ESCHEWto shun; to avoid (as something wrong or distasteful)
EXPONENTone who champions or advocates
FATUOUSstupid; foolishly self-satisfied
FAWNto grovel
FOMENTto arouse or incite
FRACTIOUSunruly; rebellious
FURTIVEsecret, stealthy
GLIBfluent in an insincere manner; offhand; casual
HEGEMONYthe domination of one state or group over its allies
HOARYvery old; whitish or gray from age
IMPERTURBABLEnot capable of being disturbed
IMPETUOUSquick to act without thinking
IMPIOUSnot devout in religion
IMPRECATIONa curse
INCULCATEto teach; impress in the mind
INGRATIATEto gain favor with another by deliberate effort; to seek to please somebody so as to gain an advantage
INIMICALhostile; unfriendly
INTERto bury
INTRACTABLEnot easily managed or manipulated
INTRANSIGENTuncompromising; refusing to be reconciled
INUNDATEto overwhelm; to vover with water
INVECTIVEabusive language
INVESTITUREceremony conferring authority
INVIDIOUSenvious, obnoxious, or offensive; likely to promote ill-will
ITINERANTwandering from place to place
JETTISONto discard; get rid of as unnecessary or encumbering
JINGOISMbelligerent support of one’s country
JOCULARplayful; humorous
LASSITUDEa state of diminished energy
LEERYsuspicious
LEGERDEMAINtrickery
LICENTIOUSimmoral; unrestrained by society
LIMPIDclear; transparent
LISSOMEeasily flexed; limber; agile
LUGUBRIOUSsorrowful; mournful; dismal
MANNEREDartificial or stilted in character
MARTINETstrict disciplinarian; one who rigidly follows rules
MENDACIOUSdishonest
MENDICANTbeggar
MERCURIALquick, shrewd, and unpredictable
MERETRICIOUSgaudy; falsely attractive
MILITATEto operate against; work against
MIRTHfrivolity; gaiety; laughter
MISSIVEa written note or letter
NASCENTstarting to develop; coming into existence
NUANCEa subtle expression of meaning or quality
NUMISMATICScoin collection
OBVIATEto prevent; to make unnecessary
OCCLUDEto stop up; prevent the passage of
OFFICIOUStoo helpful; meddlesome
OSTENSIBLEapparent
OVERWROUGHTagitated; overdone
PANEGYRICelaborate praise; formal hymn of praise
PECCADILLOminor sin or offense
PEDANTsomeone who shows off learning
PERFIDIOUSwilling to betray one’s trust
PERFUNCTORYdone in a routine way, indifferent
PERSPICACIOUSshrewd, astute, or keen-witted
PHILISTINEa person who is guided by materialism and is disdainful of intellectual or artistic values
PITHYprofound or substantial yet concise succinct, and to the point
PLUCKYcourageous; spunky
POLEMICcontroversy; argument; verbal attack
POLITICshrewd and practical in managing or dealing with things; diplomatic
POSITto assume as real or conceded; propose as an explanation
POTENTATEmonarch or ruler with great power
PRECIPITATEto throw violently or bring about abruptly; lacking deliberation
PRECISshort summary of facts
PRESCIENThaving foresight
PREVARICATEto lie or deviate from the truth
PROCLIVITYa natural inclination or predisposition
PRODIGALlavish; wasteful
PROFLIGATEcorrupt; degenerate
PROPITIATEto conciliate; to appease
QUERULOUSinclined to complain; irritable
QUIESENTmotionless
REDRESSrelief from wrong or injury
REJOINDERresponse
REPLETEabundantly supplied; complete
REPOSErelaxation; leisure
REPUDIATEto reject the validity of
REQUITEto return or repay
RESTIVEimpatient, uneasy, or restless
RETICENTsilent; reserved
RIBALDhumorous in a vulgar way
SAGACIOUSshrewd; wise
SALIENTprominent; of notable significance
SEDITIONbehavior that promotes rebellion or civil disorder against the state
SENTIENTaware; conscious; able to perceive
SOLECISMgrammatical mistake; blunder in speech
SPECIOUSdeceptively attractive; seemingly plausible but fallacious
STOLIDunemotional; lacking sensitivity
SULLYto tarnish; taint
SURFEITexcessive amount
SYNCOPATIONtemporary irregularity in musical rhythm
TORPORextreme mental and physical sluggishness
TURGIDswollen as from fluid; bloated
UMBRAGEoffense; resentment
UNCONSCIONABLEunscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust
UNEQUIVOCALabsolute; certain
VENERABLErespected because of age
VESTIGEa trace; remnant
VICISSITUDEa change or variation; ups and downs
VITUPERATEto abuse verbally; berate
WANsickly pale
WANTONundisciplined; unrestrained; reckless
WIZENEDshriveled; withered; wrinkled
WRAITHa ghost or specter; a ghost of a living person seen just before his/her death

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May 17, 2017

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