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



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Question 1
hackneyed
A
v. sleep throughout the winter
B
adj. easily nauseated; squeamish
C
n. scarcity
D
adj. commonplace; trite
Question 2
haggard
A
adj. wasted away; gaunt
B
v. talk dully; buzz or murmur like a bee
C
n. purgative
D
n. story set to music; to be sung by a chorus
Question 3
haggle
A
adj. naive; young and unsophisticated
B
v. work against
C
adj. odd; old-fashioned
D
v. argue about prices
Question 4
halcyon
A
adj. dirty; neglected
B
v. stop motion; curb or restrain
C
adj. calm; peaceful
D
n. recurrent action; musical repetition
Question 5
hale
A
v. flay; abrade
B
adj. limited; restricted
C
adj. healthy
D
n. watching; guarding
Question 6
hallowed
A
n. quality of a musical tone produced by a musical instrument
B
v. surround
C
adj. delayed
D
adj. blessed; consecrated
Question 7
hallucination
A
n. insult to one's character or reputation; slander
B
n. delusion
C
adj. foolish; inane
D
n. mental disorder marked by confusion
Question 8
halting
A
adj. living at the same time as; contemporary
B
adj. hesitant; faltering
C
v. father; produce
D
n. weakness of mind
Question 9
hamper
A
v. obstruct
B
n. corruption; turning from right to wrong
C
v. recede; lessen
D
adj. false; counterfeit
Question 10
hap
A
n. minor quarrel; bickering
B
v. wrap around; bandage
C
n. chance; luck
D
adj. dull; not fresh
Question 11
haphazard
A
adj. random; by chance
B
n. trace; remains
C
v. irritate; fester
D
v. close; squeeze
Question 12
hapless
A
adj. unfortunate
B
v. sleep throughout the winter
C
n. scarcity
D
v. deprive of a civil right
Question 13
harass
A
v. waste
B
adj. needlessly repetitious
C
adj. one-sided
D
v. annoy by repeated attacks
Question 14
harbinger
A
n. forerunner
B
adj. infinite
C
n. color; aspect
D
n. following; attendants
Question 15
harbor
A
v. scowl
B
v. provide a refuge for; hide
C
n. change; introduction of something new
D
adj. easily deceived
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