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



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Question 1
waffle
A
n. aggressiveness; ferocity
B
v. trifle with; procrastinate
C
adj. childish; infantlike
D
v. speak equivocally about an issue
Question 2
waft
A
v. moved gently by wind or waves
B
n. courage; spirit
C
adj. faultfinding
D
v. question closely; cross-examine
Question 3
waggish
A
v. retire from public life; segregate
B
v. clean by removing impurities; clear of changes
C
v. condemn; criticize
D
adj. mischievous; humorous
Question 4
waif
A
n. deadlock
B
n. homeless child or animal
C
n. dose (of liquid)
D
adj. marked by commotion; extremely funny
Question 5
waive
A
n. conceited smile
B
v. give up temporarily; yield
C
adj. having a sawtoothed edge
D
v. mangle; tear
Question 6
wallow
A
v. roll in; indulge in
B
adj. deceiving
C
n. belief that life is basically bad or evil; gloominess
D
v. strengthen the base of
Question 7
wan
A
adj. having a pale or sickly color; pallid
B
n. vague statement
C
adj. lascivious; lustful
D
v. give up; do without
Question 8
wane
A
v. move furtively and secretly
B
v. grow gradually smaller
C
adj. harmful
D
n. connoisseur of food and drink
Question 9
wangle
A
v. wiggle out; fake
B
adj. absurd; ridiculous
C
adj. unchanging; lacking development
D
adj. untidy; slipshod
Question 10
wanton
A
v. spoil by clumsy behavior
B
adj. unrestrained; willfully malicious
C
v. discuss lightly; exchange blows or words
D
n. Rich; figured fabric
Question 11
warble
A
adj. complete; necessary for completeness
B
v. tickle
C
n. animal-biting fly; an irritating person
D
v. sing; babble
Question 12
warrant
A
v. place side by side
B
v. justify; authorize
C
adj. full of pores; like a sieve
D
n. determination
Question 13
warranty
A
n. diplomatic etiquette
B
n. excessive interest in one's self; belief that one should be interested in one's self rather than in others
C
adj. like a glacier; extremely cold
D
n. guarantee; assurance by seller
Question 14
warren
A
adj. random; by chance
B
n. tunnels in which rabbits live; crowded conditions in which people live
C
adj. private; peculiar to an individual
D
adj. pertaining to induction or proceeding from the specific to the general
Question 15
wary
A
adj. very cautious
B
v. stroll slowly
C
n. rebuke; deserts
D
n. substance that propels or drives forward
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