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


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Question 1
queue
A
n. cause of ruin
B
n. long established; as a disease
C
n. line
D
n. container for feeding farm animals; lowest point (of a wave or business cycle)
Question 2
quibble
A
v. impose (a fine); collect (a payment)
B
adj. in essence; for practical purposes
C
v. equivocate; play on words
D
n. business person; contractor
Question 3
quiescent
A
adj. courting favor by cringing and flattering
B
v. to wind or turn in its course
C
n. premonition of evil
D
adj. at rest; dormant
Question 4
quietude
A
adj. putrid; producing putrefaction
B
n. tranquility
C
adj. quarrelsome
D
adj. pertaining to the improvement of race
Question 5
quintessence
A
adj. wasteful; reckless with money
B
n. exclamation
C
n. purest and highest embodiment
D
adj. unmoved; lacking concern
Question 6
quip
A
adj. ruined because of neglect
B
n. taunt
C
adj. pure; spotless
D
adj. trembling; wavering
Question 7
quirk
A
n. peculiarity of action or behavior; caprice
B
n. appearance; costume
C
n. government of a community by religious leaders
D
n. a gift made by a will
Question 8
quisling
A
adj. quarrelsome
B
adj. quarrelsome
C
adj. pertaining to the lungs
D
n. traitor who aids invaders
Question 9
quiver
A
n. mixture of writings on various subjects
B
n. case for arrows
C
adj. driving away; unattractive
D
v. wet thoroughly
Question 10
quixotic
A
adj. lustful
B
n. withdrawal; retreat
C
adj. idealistic but impractical
D
v. explore with tools
Question 11
quizzical
A
adj. bantering; comical
B
adj. daily
C
v. tickle
D
n. procession; parade
Question 12
quorum
A
n. hypothesis; surmise
B
n. number of members necessary to conduct a meeting
C
n. arsonist
D
n. boredom
Question 13
quotidian
A
v. scatter; drive away
B
adj. daily; commonplace
C
adj. existing at birth
D
n. severity
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