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


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Question 1
amend
A
v. correct; change generally for the better
B
v. inform
C
v. muddle; drive crazy
D
v. dismay; shock
Question 2
amenities
A
n. convenient features; courtesies
B
n. sum; total
C
n. solemn urging
D
n. washing
Question 3
amiable
A
adj. agreeable; lovable
B
adj. without guile; open and honest
C
adj. agreeable; lovable
D
adj. manlike
Question 4
amicable
A
adj. comparable
B
adj. slightly sour; sharp
C
adj. friendly
D
adj. practicing self-denial; austere
Question 5
amiss
A
adj. fearful; discerning
B
adj. indifferent
C
adj. wrong; faulty
D
adj. abundant
Question 6
amity
A
n. positive assertion; confirmation
B
n. sharp upslope of a hill
C
n. friendship
D
n. sharp upslope of a hill
Question 7
amnesia
A
n. loss of memory
B
n. noisy quarrel
C
n. similarity; parallelism
D
n. similarity; parallelism
Question 8
amnesty
A
n. stroke; loss of consciousness followed by paralysis
B
n. imitate or mimic
C
n. shield; defense
D
n. pardon
Question 9
amok
A
adj. lively
B
adj. preventing infection; having a cleansing effect
C
adj. in a state of rage
D
adj. impressive; majestic
Question 10
amoral
A
adj. obsolete; outdated
B
adj. non-moral
C
adj. hard; strenuous
D
adj. horrified
Question 11
amorous
A
adj. moved by sexual love; loving
B
adj. offering or providing help; additional or subsidiary
C
adj. hostile; opposed
D
adj. having human form or characteristics
Question 12
amorphous
A
adj. daring; bold
B
adj. shapeless; vague
C
adj. stinging or caustic
D
adj. complete; totally unlimited
Question 13
amphibian
A
adv. with a sideways or indirect look
B
adj. sharp; bitterly pungent
C
adj. pertaining to land or its cultivation
D
adj. able to live both on land and in water
Question 14
amphitheater
A
n. oval building with tiers of seats
B
n. student of the history and science of humankind
C
n. short account of an amusing or interesting event
D
n. indirect reference
Question 15
ample
A
adj. wrong; faulty
B
adj. non-moral
C
adj. secret; mysterious
D
adj. abundant
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