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



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Question 1
dais
A
n. raised platform for guests of honor
B
n. environment; means of expression
C
adj. vigorously active; nimble
D
adj. unfortunate
Question 2
dally
A
adj. violent; rough
B
adj. argumentative; fond of argument
C
v. trifle with; procrastinate
D
adj. unrestrained; excessive
Question 3
dank
A
adj. damp
B
n. shade of difference in meaning or color
C
v. scatter
D
adj. expedient; prudent
Question 4
dapper
A
adj. inborn
B
v. call upon; ask for
C
adj. neat and trim
D
v. cut into small parts
Question 5
dappled
A
v. prolong
B
n. state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved
C
adj. spotted
D
v. blacken
Question 6
daub
A
v. to make watertight (by plugging seams)
B
adj. combative; bellicose
C
v. smear (as with paint)
D
n. An unprincipled person
Question 7
daunt
A
adj. generous; charitable
B
n. dictionary
C
v. petition humbly; pray to grant a favor
D
v. intimidate
Question 8
dauntless
A
adj. desecrating; profane
B
v. support militantly
C
n. range of knowledge
D
adj. bold
Question 9
dawdle
A
v. loiter; waste time
B
adj. following; later
C
n. delay in punishment; interval of relief
D
v. pour off gently
Question 10
deadlock
A
n. standstill; stalemate
B
adj. spread throughout
C
adj. secret; hidden
D
adj. varied; greatly diversified
Question 11
deadpan
A
adj. wooden; impassive
B
n. predicament from which there is no escape
C
n. speediness; prompt execution
D
v. tolerate; endure
Question 12
dearth
A
adj. unfortunate; annoying
B
n. scarcity
C
n. determination
D
adj. tending or leaning toward; bent
Question 13
debacle
A
v. turn upside down or inside out
B
adj. disgustingly excessive
C
n. breaking up; downfall
D
n. nearness; kinship
Question 14
debase
A
v. reduce to lower state
B
adj. disobedient
C
v. slow up; loosen
D
n. brief explanation of words used in the text
Question 15
debauch
A
v. corrupt; make intemperate
B
adj. long and thin
C
n. masses of leaves
D
v. entangle; stick in swampy ground
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