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


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Question 1
cognizance
A
n. command
B
n. customs
C
adj. not compulsory; left to one's choice
D
n. knowledge
Question 2
cohere
A
v. warm by rubbing
B
adj. capable of grasping or holding
C
n. ability to see differences; prejudice
D
v. stick together
Question 3
cohesion
A
adj. produced by fire; volcanic
B
n. tendency to keep together
C
adj. separated; alienated
D
adj. respectful
Question 4
cohorts
A
adj. confused; discomposed
B
n. armed band
C
n. pay for services
D
n. servile flatterer; yesman
Question 5
coiffure
A
n. hairstyle
B
n. devoutness; reverence for God
C
n. error
D
adj. limited; restricted
Question 6
coincident
A
adj. lacking in flavor; dull
B
v. assemble
C
adj. occurring at the same time
D
v. display ostentatiously
Question 7
colander
A
n. utensil with perforated bottom used for straining
B
adj. plain; obvious
C
adj. ugly
D
adj. parched; dry
Question 8
collaborate
A
adj. unspontaneous; deliberate
B
adj. uncertain how to act; weak
C
v. work together
D
adj. absentminded
Question 9
collage
A
n. repugnance; dislike
B
adj. not reciprocated
C
adj. perplexing; unsettled: questionable
D
n. work of art put together from fragments
Question 10
collate
A
v. examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order
B
adj. impetuous; with marked vigor
C
n. calmness; peace
D
v. include; encompass
Question 11
collateral
A
n. addition of details; intricacy
B
adj. suspicious; cautious
C
adj. uncertain; risky
D
n. security given for loan
Question 12
collation
A
n. someone who bears the blame for others
B
n. a light meal
C
v. vex
D
n. point directly overhead in the sky; summit
Question 13
colloquial
A
n. woman who rules a family or larger social group
B
adj. pertaining to conversational or common speech
C
v. explain; interpret
D
adj. lukewarm
Question 14
colloquy
A
n. depravity
B
n. informal discussion
C
adj. mysterious; secret
D
n. continued loud noise
Question 15
collusion
A
adj. extremely demanding
B
adj. created by statute or legislative action
C
n. conspiring in a fraudulent scheme
D
n. listing of statistical information in tabular or book form
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