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



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Question 1
xenophobia
A
adj. impenetrable; not readily understood
B
n. gap; pause
C
n. cause of ruin
D
n. fear or hatred of foreigners
Question 2
yen
A
n. longing; urge
B
n. call by bugles or trumpets; showy display
C
n. light stroke with a whip
D
n. conclusion
Question 3
yeoman
A
n. lawyer using questionable methods.
B
n. comic misuse of a word
C
n. brief explanation of words used in the text
D
n. man owing small estate; middle-class farmer
Question 4
yield
A
n. person of no importance; nonexistence
B
n. sign; omen
C
n. amount produced; crop
D
adj. clumsy; boorish
Question 5
yield
A
v. give in; surrender
B
v. make young again
C
adj. having a show of truth but open to doubt; specious
D
n. conceited person
Question 6
yokel
A
adj. fantastic; violently contrasting
B
n. country bumpkin
C
adj. deadly
D
n. lawyer using questionable methods.
Question 7
yore
A
n. time past
B
adj. playful
C
adj. related to marriage
D
adj. rosy; optimistic
Question 8
zany
A
n. sentry; lookout
B
adj. exaggerated; pompous
C
v. separate; part
D
adj. crazy; comic
Question 9
zeal
A
n. lawyer using questionable methods.
B
n. eager enthusiasm
C
n. heterogeneous mixture; medley
D
adj. harmful; damaging
Question 10
zealot
A
n. fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal
B
n. candle
C
adj. ill-humored; irritable
D
n. gift giver; patron
Question 11
zenith
A
adj. violent
B
n. a light meal
C
n. flat plain of mud or sand between branches of a river
D
n. point directly overhead in the sky; summit
Question 12
zephyr
A
n. father and ruler of a family or tribe
B
n. construction that is flagrantly incorrect grammatically
C
n. gentle breeze; west wind
D
adj. kindly; doing good
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