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



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Question 1
saboteur
A
n. one who commits sabotage; destroyer of property
B
n. ancestor
C
n. blessing; benefit
D
n. hint
Question 2
saccharine
A
adj. dull and unimaginative; matter-of-fact
B
adj. cloyingly sweet
C
v. soften by soaking in liquid; waste away
D
n. rubble
Question 3
sacrilegious
A
n. slight offense
B
adj. fantastic; highly imaginative
C
v. resent
D
adj. desecrating; profane
Question 4
sacrosanct
A
adj. most sacred; inviolable
B
v. consider; ponder
C
v. reprove severely
D
v. change in voting district lines in order to favor a political party
Question 5
sadistic
A
v. adjust; endanger the interests or reputation of
B
v. emit (odor)
C
adj. inclined to cruelty
D
adj. menacing; threatening
Question 6
saga
A
adj. unfrightening
B
n. device for stamping or impressing; mold
C
adj. tending to include all
D
n. Scandinavian myth; any legend
Question 7
sagacious
A
v. dig up
B
adj. keen; shrewd
C
v. be thrifty; set limits
D
adj. negative in connotation; having a belittling effect.
Question 8
sage
A
n. person celebrated for wisdom
B
n. glass water bottle
C
n. ancestors
D
adj. yellowed; prejudiced
Question 9
salacious
A
v. besiege
B
adj. not effective; weak
C
adj. lascivious; lustful
D
v. denounce; utter censure or invective
Question 10
salient
A
v. change or harden into bone
B
v. imprison; shut up in confinement
C
adj. prominent
D
n. trip; short journey
Question 11
saline
A
v. neigh like a horse
B
adj. salty
C
n. taking up again; recommencement
D
v. defeat; frustrate
Question 12
sallow
A
adj. yellowish; sickly in color
B
n. soothing or softening remedy
C
n. power to produce desired effect
D
v. turn away from
Question 13
salubrious
A
adj. healthful
B
v. float in the air (especially by magical means)
C
n. watchfulness
D
adj. limited
Question 14
salutary
A
v. complain; fuss
B
n. slave; bondage
C
v. restrain; crush
D
adj. tending to improve; beneficial
Question 15
salvage
A
v. squander
B
adj. deserving blame
C
v. rescue from loss
D
n. boasting
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