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


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Question 1
aloof
A
adj. in a state of rage
B
adj. abnormal or deviant
C
adj. apart; reserved
D
adj. unsuccessful; fruitless
Question 2
altercation
A
n. noisy quarrel
B
n. suspended action
C
n. suspended action
D
n. loss of memory
Question 3
altruistic
A
adj. appropriate; fitting
B
adj. obsolete; outdated
C
adj. unselfishly generous; concerned for others
D
adj. abnormal; irregular
Question 4
amalgamate
A
v. prevent; turn away
B
v. entice; attract
C
v. make amends for; pay for
D
v. combine; unite in one body
Question 5
amass
A
v. make hostile; separate
B
v. prove genuine
C
v. equip
D
v. collect
Question 6
amazon
A
n. public records; place where public records are kept
B
n. something or someone misplaced in time
C
n. slang
D
n. female warrior
Question 7
ambidextrous
A
adj. secret; mysterious
B
adj. stupid
C
adj. hard; strenuous
D
adj. capable of using either hand with equal ease
Question 8
ambience
A
n. environment; atmosphere
B
n. student of the history and science of humankind
C
n. self-evident truth requiring no proof
D
n. something taken for granted; the taking over or taking possession of
Question 9
ambiguous
A
adj. agreeable; lovable
B
adj. unclear or doubtful in meaning
C
adj. highly excited; intensely curious
D
adj. binding; causing contraction
Question 10
ambivalence
A
n. study of artifacts and relics of early mankind
B
n. the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes
C
n. slang
D
n. active enmity
Question 11
amble
A
n. mental keenness
B
n. moving at an easy pace
C
n. wasting away
D
n. wasting away
Question 12
ambrosia
A
n. sharpness (of temper)
B
n. preceding events or circumstances that influence what comes later; early life
C
n. food of the gods
D
n. sharpness (of temper)
Question 13
ambulatory
A
adj. offering or providing help; additional or subsidiary
B
adj. shapeless; vague
C
adj. able to walk
D
adv. upward
Question 14
ameliorate
A
v. subside or moderate
B
v. refrain; withhold from participation
C
v. increase
D
v. improve
Question 15
amenable
A
adj. unreasonable or capricious; tyrannical
B
adj. favoring or exercising total control; non-democratic
C
adj. readily managed; willing to be led
D
adj. distorted; crooked
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