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



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Question 1
ubiquitous
A
adj. deceiving
B
adj. being everywhere; omnipresent
C
v. terrorize; intimidate
D
n. psychosis marked by delusions of grandeur or persecution
Question 2
ulterior
A
v. place into a case
B
adj. situated beyond; unstated and often questionable
C
n. study of fish
D
v. disguise; pretend
Question 3
ultimate
A
n. tendency of a system to maintain relative stability
B
adj. hollow
C
adj. final; not susceptible to further analysis
D
v. make whole; combine
Question 4
ultimatum
A
n. clear beef soup
B
n. courtesy; civility
C
adj. not reciprocated
D
n. last demand; warning
Question 5
umbrage
A
n. resentment; anger
B
adj. trembling; wavering
C
n. dock; landing place
D
adj. untarnished
Question 6
unanimity
A
n. complete agreement
B
adj. conditional
C
adj. excessively careful
D
n. machine that separates substances by whirling them
Question 7
unassuaged
A
n. retaliation
B
v. spread randomly; sprinkle
C
v. disown; renounce claim to
D
adj. unsatisfied; not soothed
Question 8
unassuming
A
v. confuse thoroughly
B
v. restate a passage in one's own words while retaining thought of author
C
v. chatter idly
D
adj. modest
Question 9
unbridled
A
n. study of fish
B
n. raid
C
v. support; prop up
D
adj. violent
Question 10
uncanny
A
v. cancel; retract
B
v. put under a spell; carry away with emotion
C
n. soothing application applied to sore and inflamed portions of the body
D
adj. strange; mysterious
Question 11
unconscionable
A
v. disparage; depreciate
B
adj. unscrupulous; excessive
C
v. squander
D
n. resorting to help when in trouble
Question 12
uncouth
A
adj. like a fanatic; furious
B
adj. outlandish; clumsy
C
v. emit (odor)
D
v. adjust; endanger the interests or reputation of
Question 13
unction
A
adj. practical (as opposed to idealistic); concerned with the practical worth or impact of something
B
n. the act of anointing with oil
C
adj. reparable
D
adj. secret
Question 14
unctuous
A
adj. laughable; trifling
B
adj. oily; bland
C
v. dress with vulgar finery
D
v. annoy; vex
Question 15
undergird
A
v. strengthen the base of
B
adj. calm; impartial
C
adj. white with age
D
n. A small group of people with shared interests
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