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GRE Vocabulary : Vol. 2 : 20 Words

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GRE Vocabulary Words -- Supplement to Kaplan New GRE Vocabulary Flashcards -- 3rd Edition -- Theme: Word Pairs, Set 1 (Other sources: 501 Vocabulary Questions by Learning Express, LLC; Kaplan GRE Exam Verbal Workbook, 3rd Edition)

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Across
1.Dirty, wretched, squalid. Morally degraded. Marked by baseness or grossness. See also SQUALID and VILE.
4.Seemingly unaffected by pleasure or pain; indifferent, impassive.
5.To soften; to lessen. To make less intense or severe. To moderate the force or intensity of; diminish, alleviate. See also ASSUAGE, MOLLIFY, PALLIATE and TEMPER.
7.Having mixed or conflicting feelings; uncertain, unsure, doubtful, indecisive. See also EQUIVOCAL.
10.To make less serious; to ease. To make less intense or severe; mitigate, alleviate. To provide relief from pain, relieve the symptoms of a disease or disorder.
13.To annoy, irritate, puzzle, or confuse. To cause worry to. See also CHAFE, EXASPERATE, NETTLE, PEEVE and PROVOKE.
14.Tending to talk a lot; talkative. See also EFFUSIVE and LOQUACIOUS.
15.Talkative. See also EFFUSIVE, GARRULOUS and VERBOSE.
16.Not fully formed; disorganized. Just begun; in an initial or early stage of development; incipient. See also AMORPHOUS.
18.Unpleasant and harmful, unwholesome. See also PERNICIOUS and FETID.
19.Not feeling or showing emotion, impassive; not easily aroused or excited. Unemotional; lacking sensitivity. See also APATHETIC, PHLEGMATIC, and UNCONCERNED.
Down
1.Filthy and wretched. Morally repulsive, sordid. Marked by filthiness and degradation from neglect or poverty.
2.Excessively greedy and grasping (especially for money); voracious, plundering. See also AVARICIOUS, PENURIOUS, and VENAL.
3.Lasting only a very short time; fleeting, transitory, brief. Temporary. See also EPHEMERAL, EVANESCENT, and IMPERMANENT.
6.Lasting a short time; transitory. See also EVANESCENT, FLEETING and MOMENTARY.
8.Feeling or showing uncertainty; hesitant, indecisive, vacillating, equivocating, dithering, wavering, ambivalent.
9.Starting to develop; coming into existence, emerging. See also EMBRYONIC, INCHOATE and INCIPIENT.
11.To annoy, irritate, or vex.
12.Excessively greedy, rapacious; having a great appetite for something, devouring greedily. See also INSATIABLE.
17.Stinking; putrid. Offensive, foul, especially in odor. Harmful, noxious. See also MALODOROUS.

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