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



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Question 1
jaded
A
v. multiply; spread
B
adj. fatigued; surfeited
C
adj. having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental precesses
D
n. talking to oneself
Question 2
jargon
A
n. language used by special group; gibberish
B
n. color; aspect
C
n. crowd
D
adj. not influenced by emotions; fair
Question 3
jaundiced
A
n. sorcery; magic
B
n. powerful person
C
adj. yellowed; prejudiced
D
v. turn aside; divert
Question 4
jaunt
A
adj. prominent
B
adj. profitable
C
n. trip; short journey
D
adj. pertaining to money
Question 5
jaunty
A
adj. not reciprocated
B
v. decide; settle
C
v. burden
D
adj. lighthearted; animated
Question 6
jeopardy
A
n. great fire
B
n. exposure to death or danger
C
n. bringing into conformity with reason
D
adj. held in common; of a group of people
Question 7
jettison
A
adj. widespread; generally accepted
B
adj. vain about dress and appearance
C
v. throw overboard
D
adj. based on assumptions or hypotheses
Question 8
jingoism
A
n. bully; scoundrel
B
n. government by a few
C
n. extremely aggressive and militant patriotism
D
adj. holding; having a good memory
Question 9
jocose
A
adj. insane
B
n. trick; stratagem
C
adj. given to joking
D
v. induce someone to convert to religion or belief
Question 10
jocular
A
adj. said or done in jest
B
n. talent
C
v. defame; destroy confidence in
D
v. narrate or tell; count over again
Question 11
jocund
A
adj. merry
B
v. compose on the spur of the moment
C
v. reveal
D
v. clear from blame
Question 12
jollity
A
adj. irritable; easily angered
B
n. gaiety; cheerfulness
C
n. confusion; strife
D
n. fear; trembling agitation
Question 13
jostle
A
v. shove; bump
B
v. thicken; congeal
C
n. arrogance; excessive self-conceit
D
adj. conspicuous; notable
Question 14
jovial
A
v. impose (a fine); collect (a payment)
B
adj. insolent
C
n. troublesome or annoying person
D
adj. good natured; merry
Question 15
jubilation
A
n. dramatic poem set to music
B
adj. unable to be restrained or held back
C
adj. used to prevent disease
D
n. rejoicing
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