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



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Question 1
vacillate
A
v. waver; fluctuate
B
adj. understood; not put into words
C
adj. used to prevent disease
D
adj. accustomed; hardened
Question 2
vacuous
A
adj. given to unwholesome thought; gloomy
B
n. stipulation
C
v. pour off gently
D
adj. empty; lacking in ideas
Question 3
vagabond
A
n. wanderer; tramp
B
adj. one-sided
C
adj. pertaining to the art of delineating; vividly described
D
adj. timely; well chosen
Question 4
vagary
A
v. weaken; enfeeble
B
n. caprice; whim
C
adj. doubtful
D
n. moderation (especially regarding indulgence in alcohol); seriousness
Question 5
vagrant
A
adj. stray; random
B
n. song of praise or joy
C
v. quarrel
D
v. cancel; revoke
Question 6
vagrant
A
n. homeless wanderer
B
n. doctrine; dogma
C
n. daydream; musing
D
adj. marked by formality
Question 7
vainglorious
A
v. support; reinforce
B
adj. depressed; gloomy
C
n. quote; commend
D
adj. boastful; excessively conceited
Question 8
valedictory
A
adj. pertaining to farewell
B
v. express sympathetic sorrow
C
n. wild tumult
D
adj. made of bone; bony
Question 9
valid
A
adj. logically convincing; sound
B
v. cause to appear or become stupid or inconsistent; frustrate or hinder
C
v. shove; bump
D
v. cover with a thin and shiny surface
Question 10
validate
A
n. method or system of government
B
adj. madly excited
C
v. drink in
D
v. confirm; ratify
Question 11
valor
A
n. remainder
B
n. nicety; cunning
C
n. bravery
D
adj. dirty; neglected
Question 12
vampire
A
n. treat with scorn or contempt
B
v. infringe; touch
C
adj. infinite
D
adj. ghostly being that sucks the blood of the living
Question 13
vanguard
A
n. coloring matter
B
n. flowing together; crowd
C
n. forerunners; advance forces
D
adj. inharmonious; conflicting
Question 14
vantage
A
n. position giving an advantage
B
adj. very important
C
n. A bad-tempered or surly person
D
n. file of documents on a subject
Question 15
vapid
A
v. arouse to action
B
adj. muddy; having the sediment disturbed
C
adj. insipid; inane
D
v. dispute
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