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



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Question 1
nadir
A
n. conceit; vanity
B
n. lowest point
C
n. legal delay of payment
D
n. bundle of stalks of grain; any bundle of things tied together
Question 2
naivete
A
adj. wandering
B
n. essence
C
adj. unintentional; not knowing
D
n. quality of being unsophisticated
Question 3
narcissist
A
adj. conspicuous; notable
B
n. lover of mankind; doer of good
C
adj. excessively grasping; plundering
D
n. conceited person
Question 4
narrative
A
v. condescend
B
adj. related to telling a story
C
n. three-pronged spear
D
v. link as in a chain
Question 5
nascent
A
v. acquit; exculpate
B
adj. incipient; coming into being
C
adj. menacing; threatening
D
v. emphasize
Question 6
natation
A
adj. ravenous
B
adj. unable to compromise about points of doctrine; dogmatic
C
adj. secret
D
n. swimming
Question 7
natty
A
adj. neatly or smartly dressed
B
adj. incipient; coming into being
C
v. darken; extinguish
D
v. cajole; coax
Question 8
nauseate
A
adj. daily
B
adj. mutual; exchangeable
C
v. denounce; utter censure or invective
D
v. cause to become sick; fill with disgust
Question 9
nautical
A
adj. meager; insufficient
B
n. watchfulness
C
v. float in the air (especially by magical means)
D
adj. pertaining to ships or navigation
Question 10
nebulous
A
adj. vague; hazy
B
v. stir up anger; cause retaliation
C
n. region; climate
D
n. support on which a lever rests
Question 11
necromancy
A
n. one who hates mankind
B
adj. deeply established; firmly rooted
C
n. rushing stream; flood
D
n. black magic; dealings with the dead
Question 12
nefarious
A
adj. very wicked
B
n. rate of occurrence; particular occurrence
C
v. summarize
D
n. study of prehistoric life
Question 13
negation
A
adj. forced; artificial
B
n. mental disorder
C
n. denial
D
n. inscription in memory of a dead person
Question 14
negligence
A
n. carelessness
B
v. weaken; mitigate
C
n. model; example
D
adj. doubtful; ambiguous
Question 15
nemesis
A
adj. tough; strong and firm
B
n. revenging agent
C
n. divine gift; great popular charm or appeal
D
adj. unruly; rebellious
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