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


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Question 1
limber
A
adj. flexible
B
v. make impossible; eliminate
C
adj. illegal
D
n. that which is hinted at or suggested
Question 2
limbo
A
adj. unaccustomed
B
n. region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept
C
n. drifting wreckage
D
adj. vaguely longing; sadly pensive
Question 3
limn
A
n. knowledge
B
v. draw; outline
C
v. grow forth; send out buds
D
adj. inlaid; mosaic
Question 4
limpid
A
v. soothe; make calm or quiet
B
adj. drowsy; dull
C
adj. clear
D
n. room to move; margin
Question 5
lineage
A
adj. foul; rotten
B
n. infamy; vilification
C
n. meantime
D
n. descent; ancestry
Question 6
linguistic
A
v. fall apart into tangles; unravel or untwist
B
adj. manly
C
adj. pertaining to language
D
n. whim
Question 7
lionize
A
adj. artificial; resulting from synthesis
B
adj. unruly; rebellious
C
v. treat as a celebrity
D
adj. wandering
Question 8
liquidate
A
v. swindle; cheat
B
n. assuming a false identity; masquerade
C
adj. courting favor by cringing and flattering
D
v. settle accounts; clear up
Question 9
list
A
adj. well-bred; elegant
B
v. tilt; lean over
C
adj. urging; demanding
D
adj. awkward; cumbersome
Question 10
listless
A
v. destroy completely
B
adj. not active; acted upon
C
adj. lacking in spirit or energy
D
v. beg persistently
Question 11
litany
A
adj. unconquerable
B
adj. serving to warn
C
adj. related to marriage
D
n. supplicatory prayer
Question 12
lithe
A
adj. imagined; unreal
B
n. the meat of a deer
C
adj. flexible; supple
D
v. make amends for (a sin)
Question 13
litigation
A
n. church dignitary
B
n. lawsuit
C
n. courage
D
adj. not wise
Question 14
litotes
A
adj. praiseworthy; commendable
B
adj. purely spiritual; theoretical
C
n. understatement for emphasis
D
adj. pertaining to drama
Question 15
livid
A
adj. lead-colored; black and blue
B
v. degrade; humiliate
C
adj. not lasting forever; limited by time
D
v. bleach; whiten
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