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


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Question 1
clout
A
adj. learned; scholarly
B
n. great influence (especially political or social)
C
n. explosion
D
n. court of justice
Question 2
cloying
A
adj. flexible; yielding
B
n. something fit to be eaten
C
v. ransack; thoroughly search
D
adj. distasteful (because excessive); excessively sweet or sentimental
Question 3
coagulate
A
adj. wishing evil
B
adj. behaving like a slave; servile
C
adj. very cautious
D
v. thicken; congeal
Question 4
coalesce
A
adj. meat-eating
B
v. disown; renounce claim to
C
v. combine; fuse
D
adj. desecrating; profane
Question 5
coda
A
adj. contemptible
B
n. lordliness; domineering manner
C
adj. existing at birth
D
n. concluding section of a musical or literary composition
Question 6
coddle
A
adj. arrogant; taking liberties
B
v. treat gently; pamper
C
adj. wandering
D
adj. unruly
Question 7
codicil
A
adj. related to monks
B
n. supplement to the body of a will
C
adj. shabby; wretched
D
adj. unconquerable
Question 8
codify
A
v. Arrange (laws or rules) into a systematic code
B
adj. occurring in an unexpected and contrary manner
C
adj. mysterious; hidden
D
v. worsen; diminish in value
Question 9
coercion
A
n. use of force
B
adj. parti-colored; mixed
C
adj. plainly expressed
D
adj. unable to be restrained or held back
Question 10
coeval
A
v. show by example; furnish an example
B
adj. living at the same time as; contemporary
C
v. cater to the low desires of others
D
v. cower; lose heart
Question 11
cog
A
n. tooth projecting from a wheel
B
adj. ravenous
C
adj. resonant
D
adj. pertaining to the science of the function of living organisms
Question 12
cogent
A
v. sharpen
B
adj. convincing
C
adj. entreating; beseeching
D
n. self-evident truth
Question 13
cogitate
A
v. think over
B
adj. very bad
C
adj. wintry
D
adj. beginning; in an early stage
Question 14
cognate
A
n. bravery; courage
B
v. Soil ; defile
C
adj. disconnected
D
v. related linguistically; allied by blood
Question 15
cognitive
A
adj. having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental precesses
B
adj. like a glacier; extremely cold
C
n. wander aimlessly (physically or mentally)
D
v. foreshadow; portend
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