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


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Question 1
colossal
A
adj. huge
B
adj. Loyal reliable and hardworking
C
n. wild tumult
D
v. express sympathetic sorrow
Question 2
colossus
A
n. contrast
B
adj. lacking caution; injudicious
C
n. fame
D
n. gigantic statue
Question 3
comatose
A
v. erase; strike out
B
n. yielding to another; ceding
C
adj. massive
D
adj. in a coma; extremely sleepy
Question 4
combustible
A
v. provide scantily; live very economically
B
adj. easily burned
C
n. standstill; stalemate
D
adj. full-bosomed; plump
Question 5
comely
A
v. to make liquids murky by stirring up sediment; to disturb
B
adj. critical
C
n. pretense; evasion
D
adj. attractive; agreeable
Question 6
comestible
A
adj. sickening; insipid
B
adj. wandering
C
adj. stubborn; willful
D
n. something fit to be eaten
Question 7
comeuppance
A
adj. unchanging; lacking development
B
adj. very cautious
C
n. efficiency or conciseness in using something
D
n. rebuke; deserts
Question 8
comity
A
n. last demand; warning
B
adj. deep; not superficial
C
adj. favorable; kindly
D
n. courtesy; civility
Question 9
commandeer
A
v. to draft for military purposes; to take for public use
B
adj. unwholesome; not healthful
C
adj. weightless
D
adj. avaricious; eagerly desirous of
Question 10
commemorative
A
v. make discontented
B
n. the art of versification
C
v. contend; compete
D
adj. remembering; honoring
Question 11
commensurate
A
adj. equal in extent
B
n. strict disciplinarian
C
adj. grain-eating
D
v. plunder; despoil
Question 12
commiserate
A
v. lie; mislead
B
v. feel or express pity or sympathy for
C
n. clash in opinion; rubbing against
D
adj. held in common; of a group of people
Question 13
commodious
A
n. state of being numerous
B
v. bend the knee as in worship
C
v. prevent by taking action in advance
D
adj. spacious and comfortable
Question 14
communal
A
n. weakness
B
v. feel or express pity or sympathy for
C
adj. lively; stirring
D
adj. held in common; of a group of people
Question 15
compact
A
v. rule over tyrannically
B
n. shaving of the head or especially by person entering religious orders
C
adj. tightly packed; firm
D
v. conquer; bring under control
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