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GRE High Frequency Words Vocab

Subjects : gre, english, vocabulary
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  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. To reprove; to express warning or disapproval






2. An independent individual who does not go along with a group or party






3. Conflicting; dissonant or harsh in sound






4. Well-spoken; expressive; articulate






5. To undeceive to set right






6. Relating to or at an edge or boundary; minimal






7. Tranquility; peacefulness






8. An overabundance; a surplus






9. Deviation from the normal order - form - or rule






10. Poverty; destitution






11. The act of reestablishing harmony or friendly interactions






12. To replace; to supersede; to appropriate






13. A support or prop - often an external prop used to bolster a wall






14. Naturally inclined; tending; likely






15. To exist in agreement or conformity; harmonize






16. To grow rapidly or flourish






17. Harsh - jarring - discordant sound






18. Clear; easily understood






19. Inclined to change one'S mind impulsively; erratic; unpredictable






20. Payment given for services rendered or for loss






21. Unyielding; hardhearted






22. To combine several elements into a whole






23. Lavishness; an unnecessary or unrestrained spend esp. of funds






24. Playful humorous






25. To moderate or soothe






26. To abruptly and violently collapse inward






27. Flowery; ruddy; ornate






28. Marked by stealth - covert - surreptitious






29. Deviating from the norm






30. Trickery or subterfuge






31. Lacking originality






32. Calmness; serenity; peacefulness






33. To grow or increase swiftly and abundantly






34. Well-spoken; coherent






35. Doctrine or set of religious principles






36. Deceptive; based upon a false belief or impression






37. Not objective; based upon internal perceptions rather than upon unprejudiced fact






38. Exonerate; to clear of blame






39. Thriftiness; economy; prudence in financial matters






40. Daring and fearless; recklessly bold






41. The act of making an assumption or taking something for granted






42. Exceeding what is sufficient or necessary






43. Severe criticism or punishment






44. To secretly work together with the intent to commit a wrong or illegal act






45. To polish; to rub to a shine






46. Unclear; open to more than one potential meaning






47. To make worse or more severe






48. To worsen or intensify






49. questioning; curious






50. Lacking originality; commonplace