GRE Wordlist Vocabulary : Starting Alphabet ‘E’ (Multiple Choice Questions)


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Question 1
epoch
A
adj. yellowish; sickly in color
B
n. glowing ardor
C
n. period of time
D
n. ancient paper made from stem of papyrus plant
Question 2
equable
A
n. severe disapproval
B
adj. tranquil; steady
C
v. scold
D
v. correct inconsistencies; become friendly after a quarrel
Question 3
equanimity
A
adj. docile
B
v. waste
C
n. calmness of temperament
D
n. money
Question 4
equestrian
A
adj. too certain to be disputed
B
adj. unrepressed
C
n. rider on horseback
D
n. disrepute; ill fame
Question 5
equilibrium
A
n. seemingly plausible but fallacious reasoning
B
adj. created by statute or legislative action
C
n. balance
D
n. overwhelmingly favorable review
Question 6
equine
A
n. text of an opera
B
v. make less concentrated; reduce in strength
C
v. copy
D
adj. resembling a horse
Question 7
equinox
A
adj. yielding
B
n. anger at an injustice
C
n. goal; aim
D
n. period of equal days and nights; the beginning of spring and autumn
Question 8
equipoise
A
n. sediment; worthless residue
B
n. overseer of morals; person who eliminates inappropriate matter
C
n. balance; balancing force
D
adj. critical
Question 9
equitable
A
n. sweet sound
B
v. offer as a sacrifice
C
adj. fair; impartial
D
adj. having many languages
Question 10
equity
A
n. fairness; justice
B
adj. huge; enormous
C
n. calamity
D
n. going from one state of action to another
Question 11
equivocal
A
adj. doubtful; ambiguous
B
n. specialist in classifying (animals)
C
adj. foremost in importance; supreme
D
v. put into effect; supply with tools
Question 12
equivocate
A
v. lie; mislead
B
v. pollute; profane
C
adj. foretelling; mysterious
D
n. denial of traditional values; total skepticism
Question 13
erode
A
v. hasty; rash
B
n. introductory statement
C
v. eat away
D
adj. incomplete
Question 14
erotic
A
v. flay; abrade
B
n. watching; guarding
C
adj. pertaining to passionate love
D
adj. matchless; not able to be imitated
Question 15
errant
A
n. strong point or special talent
B
adj. wandering
C
n. quantity of motion of a moving body; impetus
D
v. surpass; outdo
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