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


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Question 1
mimicry
A
adj. mixed up; jumbled
B
n. imitation
C
n. courtesy; civility
D
n. disaster; misery
Question 2
minatory
A
adj. menacing; threatening
B
v. climb by crawling
C
v. revive
D
v. complain; fuss
Question 3
mincing
A
n. poet
B
adj. affectedly dainty
C
v. vibrate pendulumlike; waver
D
adj. commonplace; trite
Question 4
minion
A
v. vex; irritate
B
n. point at which the sun is farthest from the equator
C
n. someone easily fooled
D
n. a servile dependent
Question 5
minuscule
A
v. open up
B
adj. having foresight
C
n. survey of enemy by soldiers; reconnoitering
D
adj. extremely small
Question 6
minute
A
adj. extremely small
B
v. ooze; trickle
C
adj. having insight; penetrating
D
n. surviving remnant; memento
Question 7
minutia
A
n. petty details (usually used in plural)
B
adj. wild
C
n. act of finding oneself in society
D
n. former occupant of a post
Question 8
mirage
A
adj. permitting to light to pass through freely; easily detected
B
adj. profitable
C
n. unreal reflection; optical illusion
D
adj. plundering
Question 9
mire
A
v. humiliate; punish the flesh
B
n. burden; mental care
C
adj. in name only; trifling
D
v. entangle; stick in swampy ground
Question 10
mirth
A
n. cheat
B
n. knowledge
C
n. body divided into ranks
D
n. merriment; laughter
Question 11
misadventure
A
n. mischance; ill luck
B
n. blessing
C
n. ceremony conferring holy orders
D
n. invention; imaginary thing
Question 12
misanthrope
A
n. black magic; dealings with the dead
B
n. amends; compensation
C
n. high praise; eulogy
D
n. one who hates mankind
Question 13
misapprehension
A
n. error; misunderstanding
B
n. hag
C
n. lack of harmony; absurdity
D
adj. having many talents; capable of working in many fields
Question 14
miscellany
A
n. mixture of writings on various subjects
B
n. bitterness; hatred
C
n. case for arrows
D
n. intellectuals; members of the educated elite
Question 15
mischance
A
n. ill luck
B
n. disintegration; looseness in morals
C
adj. merry
D
n. crisis; joining point
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