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



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Question 1
abase
A
v. lower; degrade
B
v. charge in court; indict
C
v. embarrass
D
v. state strongly or positively; insist on or demand recognition of (rights or claims etc)
Question 2
abash
A
v. shorten
B
v. embarrass
C
v. lower; degrade
D
v. ease; lessen(pain)
Question 3
abate
A
v. adjust to climate or environment
B
v. subside or moderate
C
v. attach or add on; fasten
D
v. refer to
Question 4
abbreviate
A
v. renounce; give up
B
v. collect
C
v. ascribe; explain
D
v. shorten
Question 5
abdicate
A
v. renounce; give up
B
v. come about by addition
C
v. shorten
D
v. assent; agree passively
Question 6
aberrant
A
adj. abnormal or deviant
B
adj. obsolete; outdated
C
adv. openmouthed
D
adj. serving as an aid or accessory; auxiliary
Question 7
abet
A
v. renounce upon oath
B
v. assist usually in doing something wrong
C
v. improve
D
v. loathe; hate
Question 8
abeyance
A
n. suspended action
B
n. acute pain; extreme suffering
C
n. small planet
D
n. subordinate possessions
Question 9
abject
A
adj. accidental; casual
B
adj. like an uncle
C
adj. fit for plowing
D
adj. wretched; lacking pride
Question 10
abjure
A
v. state confidently
B
v. renounce upon oath
C
v. assist usually in doing something wrong
D
v. comment; make explanatory notes
Question 11
ablution
A
n. stroke; loss of consciousness followed by paralysis
B
n. absence of governing body; state of disorder
C
n. washing
D
n. similarity; parallelism
Question 12
abnegation
A
n. eye defect that prevents proper focus
B
n. renunciation; self-sacrifice
C
n. pointed tool used for piercing
D
n. sun's corona; halo
Question 13
abominate
A
v. enlarge
B
v. state without proof
C
v. loathe; hate
D
v. collect
Question 14
abortive
A
adj. apart; reserved
B
adj. abnormal or deviant
C
adj. not identical on both sides of a dividing central line
D
adj. unsuccessful; fruitless
Question 15
abrasive
A
adj. theoretical; not concrete
B
adj. rubbing away; tending to grind down
C
adj. dry; barren
D
adj. daring; bold
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