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


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Question 1
loath
A
v. to bring to an end
B
n. private meeting
C
adj. curative
D
adj. averse; reluctant
Question 2
loathe
A
v. fly; dart lightly
B
adj. lacking caution; injudicious
C
v. detest
D
n. legal delay of payment
Question 3
lode
A
n. metal-bearing vein
B
n. boasting
C
n. kinship
D
n. charlatan; impostor
Question 4
lofty
A
n. subordinate
B
v. study industriously; ponder
C
adj. very high
D
n. rebel; nonconformist
Question 5
loiter
A
v. mutilate; injure
B
v. hang around; linger
C
adj. hanging; suspended
D
n. contrast
Question 6
loll
A
v. predict
B
adj. fluent
C
n. defamation; utterance of false and malicious statements
D
v. lounge about
Question 7
longevity
A
n. long life
B
n. conference
C
n. calmness of temperament
D
n. limited quantity
Question 8
lope
A
v. gallop slowly
B
n. comic misuse of a word
C
v. make known by official proclamation or publication
D
adj. having many talents; capable of working in many fields
Question 9
loquacious
A
v. come together
B
adj. talkative
C
n. slight offense
D
v. resent
Question 10
lout
A
n. masses of leaves
B
adj. enigmatic; mysterious
C
adj. combative; disposed to fight
D
n. clumsy person
Question 11
low
A
v. put on
B
v. moo
C
n. creed
D
adj. felt in one's inner organs
Question 12
lucid
A
n. state of being immovable
B
adj. gay; joyous
C
adj. easily understood; clear
D
v. prohibit; restrain
Question 13
lucrative
A
n. trite remark; commonplace statement
B
v. imprison
C
v. change in voting district lines in order to favor a political party
D
adj. profitable
Question 14
lucre
A
n. calmness of temperament
B
n. informal discussion
C
n. belief in one God
D
n. money
Question 15
ludicrous
A
adj. laughable; trifling
B
v. deliver officially; entrust
C
adj. not essential; minor
D
v. bind as servant or apprentice to master
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