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GRE 1st


These are GRE Vocabulary Words.

artless lacking due thought or consideration; rash; heedless
catalyst secret; mysterious; obscure
anathema to bring up
asseverate a machine used to separate substances
arabesque corrosive;
boor a saying that embodies a common observation
bent belligerent, pugnacious, warlike
abeyance coming about seemingly at random not by law
confound mordant; wit used with deadly effectiveness
brusque favorable
agronomist dealing with field-crop production and soil mangmt.
arcane that which provokes or speeds change or action
cadge a compulsory levy by certain English kings
aver believable; relevant
broach a model of excellence or perfection
burgeon trickery; deception by artful subterfuge or sophistry
caliper pretentious or inflated speech or writing
caliper an instrument for performing calculations
celerity annul
augury peasant
boor soothing
apotheosis insubordinate, rebellious
coagulant prudent; careful to consider all circumstances
caustic a concise statement of an original thought
abacus to slander, make a false accusation
amalgamate being pleasant to talk to; gracious
brook to aver, allege, or assert
braid one who abandons long-held religious or political beliefs
accretion to mix
anomalous accrue
assail slab forming the uppermost part of a capital of a column
cajole pacify; ease; quiet
convival short
august salacious, lustful, lascivious
auspicious attack
cogent vulgar; difficult to work or deal with; boorish
cognizance thickness esp. of paper, cardboard or tree
chimera beg; sponge
ascribe to feel or express sympathy; condole
amenable a period or outcome that is less significant than expected
anticlimax a distinguishing mark or emblem (as a heraldic bearing)
anodyne omen; portent
adumbrate one having sensitivity to the beautiful esp. in art
calipers to comingle; debase by mixing with something inferior
alloy press a frictional material (as a break pad)
caluminate to analyze (as an ore); trial; attempt; estimate
braid to tolerate
buoyant uncultured; crude; natural
abjure practicing strict self-denial for personal
aesthete irregular; unusual; paradoxical
blithe pastoral; relating to typical rural life; idyllic
benevolence dear; treasured
arbitrary responsible; obedient
caustic an illusion
benevolence to suggest sketchily; to foreshadow vaguely or intimate
affable coax (esp. thru gentle flattering words)
centrifuge reject solemnly; to avoid; to recant
adage to ponder or meditate on intensely; think
buoyant sprout; bloom; flourish
belie speed, alacrity. Think "accelerate".
adjunct jurisdiction; responsibility
apostate promptness in response; cheerful readiness
arbiter to declare positively
churlish a thing added to another thing but not truly a part of it
assuage morally strict
apogee one who is despised
bellicose baffle; frustrate; puzzle; destroy; put to shame; discomfit
contumacious majestic
chary to adjust or measure precisely for a particular function
cavil clever; dexterous
circumspect austere in appearance, manner, or attitude
cognizance adventurous; wreckless; bold; rash; original
blithe disposed to point out trivial faults to confuse in argument
austere insult, scorn, aspersion
captious merry; of a happy lighthearted character or disposition
alacrity able to do good; a generous gift
calibrate hesitant or vigilant about dangers or risks
audacious tendency
adroit cheerful
aphoristic fond of feasting, drinking, and good company
contumely an object that causes clotting, curdling, mass or group
asperity a judge
abacus roughness; harshness; acrimony; irritability
consternation rude or insensitive person
cogitate an elaborate or intricate pattern
bombast diligent, hard-working, sedulous
bawdy instrument for measuring thickness
burnish knowledge; awareness; notice; acknowledgement
bucolic to polish; lustrous
commiserate to find fault without good reason
chicanery assign; attribute; credit
chary climax; zenith
abridge capable of floating
assiduous a shortened version of
cognizance slow to grant, accept or expand
abrogate to give a false impression; contradict; disguise
assay a state of paralyzing dismay
ascetic high-ranking naval officers
chary a period of inactivity; suspension
ascetic intermingle; mix

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