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


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Question 1
accolade
A
n. cheerful promptness
B
n. druggist
C
n. award of merit
D
n. student of the history and science of humankind
Question 2
accord
A
n. estimation; appraisal
B
n. agreement
C
n. sum; total
D
n. controlling influence
Question 3
accost
A
v. state strongly or positively; insist on or demand recognition of (rights or claims etc)
B
v. approach and speak first to a person
C
v. make thin; weaken
D
v. loathe; hate
Question 4
accoutre
A
v. inform
B
v. urge; plead for
C
v. renounce upon oath
D
v. equip
Question 5
accretion
A
n. controlling influence
B
n. controlling influence
C
n. pithy or compact saying
D
n. growth; increase
Question 6
accrue
A
v. come about by addition
B
v. enlarge
C
v. lower; degrade
D
v. precede
Question 7
acidulous
A
adj. comparable
B
adj. secret; mysterious
C
adj. sharp; bitterly pungent
D
adj. slightly sour; sharp
Question 8
acme
A
n. sharpness
B
n. peak; pinnacle
C
n. highest point
D
n. sternness; severity
Question 9
acquiesce
A
v. renounce; give up
B
v. lower; degrade
C
v. assent; agree passively
D
v. increase
Question 10
acquittal
A
n. slanderous remark
B
n. study of artifacts and relics of early mankind
C
n. deliverance from a charge
D
n. supporter; follower
Question 11
acrid
A
adj. comparable
B
adj. sharp; bitterly pungent
C
adj. slightly sour; sharp
D
adj. curved or hooked
Question 12
acrimonious
A
adj. coarsely insulting; physically harmful
B
adj. shapeless; vague
C
adj. stinging or caustic
D
adj. rubbing away; tending to grind down
Question 13
actuarial
A
adj. self-governing
B
adj. having human form or characteristics
C
adj. calculating; pertaining to insurance statistics
D
adj. supplying nourishment
Question 14
actuate
A
v. assent; agree passively
B
v. motivate
C
v. cut off part of body; prune
D
v. equip
Question 15
acuity
A
n. peak; pinnacle
B
n. sharpness
C
n. stroke; loss of consciousness followed by paralysis
D
n. effective; distinct
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