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



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Question 1
fabricate
A
v. cut down; economize
B
adj. no longer stylish; old-fashioned
C
adj. conspicuously wicked
D
v. build; lie
Question 2
facade
A
n. fern leaf; palm or banana leaf
B
n. front of the building
C
n. conclusion of an oration
D
adj. invulnerable
Question 3
facet
A
adj. widespread; affecting the majority of people
B
adj. sullen; stubborn
C
n. small plane surface (of a gem); a side
D
adj. smooth and shining
Question 4
facetious
A
n. withdrawal
B
v. express disapproval of; protest against
C
adj. lustful
D
adj. humorous; jocular
Question 5
facile
A
adj. generous; charitable
B
n. state of being inappropriate
C
adj. easy; expert
D
v. prohibit; forbid
Question 6
facilitate
A
n. darkness; gloom
B
adj. fleeting or transitory; roving
C
v. provide a refuge for; hide
D
v. make less difficult
Question 7
facsimile
A
adj. extremely poor
B
n. lethargy; sluggishness
C
adj. cutting; sharp
D
n. copy
Question 8
faction
A
n. art of debate
B
n. party; clique
C
n. a tendency to disbelief
D
n. greatness; extent
Question 9
factious
A
v. admit to the rights of citizenship (especially the right to vote)
B
adj. inclined to form factions; causing dissensio
C
adj. mentally quick and observant; having insight
D
v. emancipate; free from bondage
Question 10
factitious
A
v. transfer; yield title to
B
n. precision; minute distinction
C
adj. counterfeit; not authentic
D
adj. artificial; sham
Question 11
factotum
A
adj. lively; frisky
B
n. handyman; person who does all kinds of work
C
n. epicure; person who takes excessive pleasure in food and drink
D
n. determination
Question 12
faculty
A
n. boisterous laughter
B
n. lack of consistency; difference
C
n. mental or bodily powers; teaching staff
D
n. children; offspring
Question 13
fallacious
A
v. restrain; handcuff
B
v. condescend
C
v. chew the cud; ponder
D
adj. misleading
Question 14
fallible
A
adj. not native; strange
B
v. brighten; clear up or make understandable
C
adj. liable to err
D
v. defame; destroy confidence in
Question 15
fallow
A
v. burn without flame; be liable to break out at any moment
B
adj. plowed but sowed; uncultivated
C
v. grow forth; send out buds
D
n. unwillingness
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