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



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Question 1
rabid
A
adj. not to be taken away; nontransferable
B
v. bury
C
adj. like a fanatic; furious
D
v. darken; make unclear
Question 2
raconteur
A
n. story-teller
B
adj. rickety; falling apart
C
adj. unrestrained; excessive
D
adj. slow; sluggish
Question 3
ragamuffin
A
n. person wearing tattered clothes
B
n. gaiety; cheerfulness
C
adj. without feeling; not affected by pain
D
n. aid; assistance
Question 4
rail
A
n. beak; pen point
B
adj. curving outward
C
v. scold; rant
D
v. support militantly
Question 5
raiment
A
n. clothing
B
adj. endless
C
adj. coiled around; involved
D
n. means; effort
Question 6
rakish
A
adj. stylish; sporty
B
n. someone who bears the blame for others
C
v. recede; lessen
D
v. cause to sprout; sprout
Question 7
ramble
A
n. wander aimlessly (physically or mentally)
B
adj. one-sided; prejudiced
C
adj. tireless
D
adj. pertaining to the art of removing metals from ores
Question 8
ramification
A
n. branching out; subdivision
B
adj. diligent
C
n. remainder; balance
D
n. noise
Question 9
ramify
A
adj. insightful; aware
B
v. divide into branches or subdivisions
C
v. go through or across
D
n. lack of harmony; absurdity
Question 10
ramp
A
adj. without exceptions; unqualified
B
adj. systematic
C
n. slope; inclined plane
D
adj. spasmodic; intermittent
Question 11
rampant
A
adj. rearing up on hind legs; unrestrained
B
v. come between
C
n. tool for holding work in place
D
v. keep away from
Question 12
rampart
A
n. intention; meaning
B
n. defensive mound on earth
C
n. messenger
D
adj. fluent
Question 13
ramshackle
A
n. temporary invasion
B
v. measure; distribute
C
v. cut away; cut out
D
adj. rickety; falling apart
Question 14
rancid
A
adj. having the odor of stale fat
B
v. free; disentangle
C
adj. like a corpse; pale
D
n. violation of a law; sin
Question 15
rancor
A
n. sameness leading to boredom
B
n. bitterness; hatred
C
adj. decisive; ending all debate
D
n. one who serves for hire (usually used contemptuously)
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