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


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Question 1
credulity
A
n. opinion contrary to popular belief or to accepted religion
B
n. belief on slight evidence
C
n. scarcity
D
adj. dark; vague
Question 2
creed
A
adj. scrupulous; careful
B
adj. ugly
C
n. system of religious or ethical belief
D
adj. random; by chance
Question 3
crescendo
A
n. increase in the volume or intensity
B
n. destruction of life
C
n. correct spelling
D
adj. mournful
Question 4
crestfallen
A
adj. extremely poor
B
v. reveal
C
adj. dejected; dispirited
D
n. slander; disgrace
Question 5
crevice
A
n. lassitude; depression
B
adj. fearful; demonstrating fear
C
adj. deeply established; firmly rooted
D
n. crack; fissure
Question 6
cringe
A
n. aqueduct; passageway for fluids
B
v. shrink back
C
v. thresh grain by hand; strike or slap
D
adj. confused; discomposed
Question 7
criteria
A
adj. variegated; multicolored
B
adj. stale; spoiled by age
C
adj. seemingly reasonable but incorrect
D
n. standards used in judging
Question 8
crone
A
n. dexterity
B
adj. limited
C
n. error; misunderstanding
D
n. hag
Question 9
crotchety
A
v. pretend; conceal by feigning
B
n. state of being parallel; similarity
C
adj. eccentric; whimsical
D
adj. ghastly
Question 10
crux
A
adj. depressed; gloomy
B
adj. filled
C
n. lament with music
D
n. crucial point
Question 11
crypt
A
n. secret recess or vault usually used for burial
B
adj. unchangeable
C
adj. sweet sounding
D
n. adherence to established rules or procedures
Question 12
cryptic
A
v. renounce; abandon
B
v. cater to the low desires of others
C
v. cower; lose heart
D
adj. mysterious; hidden
Question 13
cubicle
A
adj. susceptible to wounds
B
adj. winding; twisting
C
n. small chamber used for sleeping
D
adj. somewhat saline
Question 14
cuisine
A
adj. relating to the highest point
B
adj. unfriendly; hostile
C
adj. showing off learning; bookish
D
n. style of cooking
Question 15
culinary
A
v. lose animation; lose strength
B
n. thin layer; cover
C
v. confuse
D
adj. relating to cooking
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