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



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Question 1
labile
A
adj. likely to change; unstable
B
adj. numerous; varied
C
v. cut away; trim
D
v. cancel; remove
Question 2
laborious
A
adj. demanding much work or care; tedious
B
adj. facilitating evacuation of the bowels
C
n. slave; bondage
D
v. restrain; crush
Question 3
labyrinth
A
n. maze
B
n. branching out; subdivision
C
n. club; heavy-headed weapon
D
n. large sailing ship
Question 4
lacerate
A
v. mangle; tear
B
v. punish by placing in a wooden frame; subject to criticism and ridicule
C
n. crucial point
D
adj. filled to capacity; abundantly supplied
Question 5
lachrymose
A
adj. producing tears
B
v. hypnotize
C
v. chain; fetter
D
n. trunk of statue with head and limbs missing; human trunk
Question 6
lackadaisical
A
v. vex; irritate
B
adj. compensating; rewarding
C
n. point at which the sun is farthest from the equator
D
adj. affectedly languid
Question 7
lackluster
A
adj. foul-smelling
B
adj. dull
C
v. punish by placing in a wooden frame; subject to criticism and ridicule
D
n. spiritual rebirth
Question 8
laconic
A
n. rebellion; uprising
B
v. struggle; compete
C
adj. brief and to the point
D
adj. devoted to the pleasures of the senses; carnal
Question 9
laggard
A
adj. slow; sluggish
B
v. doubt; challenge
C
v. poke; stir up
D
n. story-teller
Question 10
lagoon
A
adj. too particular; fussy
B
adj. stubborn
C
n. a small allowance or wage
D
n. shallow body of water near a sea; lake
Question 11
laity
A
n. cheat
B
n. counselor-at-law
C
adj. notoriously bad
D
n. laypersons; persons not connected with the clergy
Question 12
lambaste
A
adj. not planned; impromptu
B
v. beat; thrash verbally or physically
C
adj. clumsy; bungling
D
adj. mistaken; wrong
Question 13
lament
A
adj. harmless
B
v. moo
C
v. grieve; express sorrow
D
n. confusion; strife
Question 14
lampoon
A
adj. deep; not superficial
B
v. ridicule
C
n. bitterness; hatred
D
v. stockpile; accumulate for future use
Question 15
languid
A
n. stopping
B
n. puff or gust (of air or scent); hint
C
adj. weary; sluggish
D
v. tease; torture with disappointment
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