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


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Question 1
beset
A
n. controversy; argument in support of point of view
B
v. harass; trouble
C
v. neigh like a horse
D
adj. hairy
Question 2
besmirch
A
adj. clever; astute
B
n. aimless follower of the arts; amateur
C
v. Soil ; defile
D
v. tolerate; endure
Question 3
bestial
A
adj. beastlike; brutal
B
adj. dark; vague
C
v. thoroughly examine the condition of and repair if necessary
D
n. protrusion; bulge
Question 4
bestow
A
adj. making up for; repaying
B
v. confer
C
adj. digressing; rambling
D
v. drink (alcoholic beverages) frequently
Question 5
betroth
A
adj. coiled around; involved
B
adj. not penetrable; not permitting passage through
C
adj. misleading
D
v. become engaged to marry
Question 6
bevy
A
n. criminal
B
n. large group
C
n. clowning
D
adj. not native; strange
Question 7
bicameral
A
adj. two-chambered as a legislative body
B
n. seller
C
v. cut down; economize
D
v. settle a dispute through the services of an outsider
Question 8
bicker
A
v. quarrel
B
n. calming drug or influence
C
v. shrink back
D
adj. docile
Question 9
biennial
A
adj. every two years
B
n. strong emotion
C
adj. grave; serious
D
v. please intensely
Question 10
bifurcated
A
adj. divided into two branches; forked
B
v. quarrel; obtain through arguing
C
n. something that relieves pain
D
adj. fluent
Question 11
bigotry
A
adj. reserved; uncommunicative
B
adj. unjust; wicked
C
adj. skeptical or distrustful of human motives
D
n. stubborn intolerance
Question 12
bilious
A
n. smoothness of speech
B
v. refine; purify
C
v. change in voting district lines in order to favor a political party
D
adj. suffering from indigestion; irritable
Question 13
bilk
A
v. swindle; cheat
B
adj. vibrant and lively; critical
C
adj. blameless and exemplary
D
adj. without previous preparation
Question 14
bivouac
A
adj. proper; appropriate
B
adj. rising again after defeat
C
n. temporary encampment
D
adj. sheer; like cobwebs
Question 15
bizarre
A
adj. fantastic; violently contrasting
B
n. talkative boaster
C
adj. having the title of an office without the obligations
D
v. mutilate; injure
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