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



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Question 1
macabre
A
n. tyranny
B
v. head off; forestall by acting first
C
adj. gruesome; grisly
D
adj. iridescent
Question 2
mace
A
n. ceremonial staff; clublike medieval weapon
B
n. mischievous child (usually a boy)
C
adj. dull; lacking color
D
v. worsen; diminish in value
Question 3
macerate
A
v. to wind or turn in its course
B
adj. cloyingly sweet
C
n. amendment or clause added to a legislative bill
D
v. soften by soaking in liquid; waste away
Question 4
machiavellian
A
adj. fearless
B
n. lash; whip
C
n. crafty; double-dealing
D
adj. deep-rooted; habitual
Question 5
machinations
A
n. destruction of life
B
n. schemes
C
adj. tawny or grayish with streaks or spots
D
adj. unerring
Question 6
maculated
A
v. bleach; whiten
B
v. provide a refuge for; hide
C
n. start; beginning
D
adj. spotted; stained
Question 7
madrigal
A
n. art of dancing
B
n. great waterfall; eye abnormality
C
n. A stock of plays dances or pieces that a company or a performer knows or is prepared to perform
D
n. pastoral song
Question 8
maelstrom
A
adj. tending to improve; beneficial
B
n. whirlpool
C
adj. pertaining to hell; devilish
D
adj. obstinately stubborn
Question 9
magisterial
A
v. to make invalid
B
n. prevailing style
C
adj. cruel; deadly
D
adj. authoritative; imperious
Question 10
magnanimity
A
n. connoisseur of food and drink
B
adj. juicy; full of richness
C
n. fear of being locked in
D
n. generosity
Question 11
magnate
A
n. amends; compensation
B
n. generosity
C
adj. wooden; impassive
D
n. person of prominence or influence
Question 12
magnitude
A
n. courtesy; civility
B
n. greatness; extent
C
n. exit
D
adj. liberal; wasteful
Question 13
maim
A
v. mutilate; injure
B
v. ransack; thoroughly search
C
adj. fantastic; violently contrasting
D
n. countercharges
Question 14
maladroit
A
adj. clumsy; bungling
B
n. salary; compensation
C
v. soak
D
adj. dull; monotonous
Question 15
malaise
A
adj. practical
B
n. uneasiness; distress
C
adj. pure
D
adj. pertaining to cultivation of gardens
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