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


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Question 1
abrogate
A
v. wise saying; proverb
B
v. state confidently
C
v. abolish
D
v. relieve
Question 2
abscond
A
v. depart secretly and hide
B
v. make thin; weaken
C
v. stir up; disturb
D
v. equip
Question 3
absolute
A
adj. sky blue
B
adj. readily managed; willing to be led
C
adj. fit for plowing
D
adj. complete; totally unlimited
Question 4
absolve
A
v. ease; lessen(pain)
B
v. pardon (an offense)
C
v. approach and speak first to a person
D
v. comment; make explanatory notes
Question 5
abstain
A
v. correct; change generally for the better
B
v. state without proof
C
v. attach or add on; fasten
D
v. refrain; withhold from participation
Question 6
abstract
A
adj. theoretical; not concrete
B
adj. bottomless
C
adj. rubbing away; tending to grind down
D
adj. prophetic; pertaining to revelations
Question 7
abusive
A
adj. coarsely insulting; physically harmful
B
adj. reluctant
C
adj. stinging or caustic
D
adj. greedy; eager for
Question 8
abut
A
v. increase
B
v. border upon; adjoin
C
v. enlarge
D
v. refer to
Question 9
abysmal
A
adj. having the weight of authority; dictatorial
B
adj. theoretical; not concrete
C
adj. bottomless
D
adj. serving as an aid or accessory; auxiliary
Question 10
accede
A
v. stir up; disturb
B
v. agree
C
v. relieve
D
v. approach and speak first to a person
Question 11
accelerate
A
v. curse
B
v. assault
C
v. move faster
D
v. entice; attract
Question 12
accessible
A
adj. accidental; casual
B
adj. reluctant
C
adj. daring; bold
D
adj. easy to approach; obtainable
Question 13
accessory
A
n. additional object; useful but not essential thing
B
n. sun's corona; halo
C
n. resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; reversion to an earlier type
D
n. examination of a dead body; postmortem
Question 14
acclimate
A
v. adjust to climate or environment
B
v. renounce upon oath
C
v. subside or moderate
D
v. arrest ( a criminal); dread
Question 15
acclivity
A
n. person who rebels against the established order
B
n. enclosure for birds
C
n. student of the history and science of humankind
D
n. sharp upslope of a hill
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