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hyphen

[5haIf(E)n] n. "-"

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hyphen

quaff

[kwB:f] n. /v.
1:

quaff

awl

[C:l] n.
1:

awllaw()

dolt

[dEJlt] n.
1:

dolt told(tell )
!


()

cant

[kAnt] n.
1:

cantcan't(=can not)

con

[kRn] v.
1:

conicon()

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lackey

[5lAkI] n.
1:

lackey lack()+key()
(
)

pigsty

[5pI^staI] n.
1:

pigstypig()+sty(stay )

(
)
arson

[5B:s(E)n] n.
1:

arsonars()+on
ars Mars( )

deify

[5di:IfaI] v.
1:

deifydei()+fy(...)
deidie()

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dodge: ()
A>Whatre you trying to tell me? That I can dodge(/dRdV/ v.
, ) bullets?

02.

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limo: ()
A>Get down to the limo(/5lImEJ/ n. )
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limousine

03.

moron:
A>I'm a person too, Bob, goddamn it, I'm person too
B>You are a moron(/5mC:rRn/ n. <>, )

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3.14159

(
) abacus
hyphen
lobster shudder

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abacus

[5AbEkEs] n.
1:

abacus ?

arithmetic(n. ) calculate(v. )
compute(v. )

abhor

[Eb5hC:] v.
1:

abhor

2:

abhorab(=from)+hor(=to shrink
)to shrink back

horrible(a. )abominate(v.
)dislike(v. )
harbor(n. )

abhorrent

[Eb5hRrEnt] v.
1:

abhorrent

2:

abhorrentabhorr(=abhor )+ent

:
abominate

loathsome(a. )

[E5bRmIneIt] v.
1:

abominate a bomb in it

2:

abominateab(=off)+omin(=omen
)+ateto regard as an ill omen
()

abhor(v. )detest(v.

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abound

[E5baJnd] v. (with) (in)


1:

abound

around(ad. )bounteous(a.
)

abracadabra

[AbrEkE5dAbrE] n.
1:

abracadabra

:
abyss

babble(n. )spell(n. )

[E5bIs] n.
1:

abyss

accord

[E5kC:d] n.
1:

v.

accord

2:

accordac(=ad)+cord(=cor=heart )

:
acolyte

cordial(a. )concord(n. )

[5AkElaIt] n. [] ()

1:

acolyte I light(v. )

adagio

[E5dB:dVIEJ] [] a. /ad. ()
() n.
1:

adagio

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adagioad(=at)+agio(=ease)at ease

adulterate

[E5dQltEreIt] v.
1:

a.

adulterate daughter rate(v. )

2:

adulterate

ad(=add

)+ulter(=alter=other )+ate

:
agog

agony

adult(n. )adulate(v. )

[E5^R^] a. ()
1:

agog

2:

agogbe agog for news ()

zest(n. )

[5A^EnI] n. ()
1:

agony

2:

agonyno+gay(a. )

:
apex

ardor

agonize(v. )anguish(n. )

[`eIpeks] n.
1:

apex APECsAPEC

APEC s APEC

2:

apexa+pex(=peaks )

vertex(n. )

[5B:dEr] n.
1:

ardor

2:

ardorard(=ars )+or

ardent(a. )arson(n. )
fervor(n. )

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armada

[B:5mB:dE] n.
1:

armada

2:

armadathe Armada (16


)

drama(n. )maraud(v. )fleet(n.


)frigate(n. )

aroma

asthma

attorney

[E5rEJmE] n. ()
1:

aroma

aromatic(a. )

[5AsmE] n. []
1:

asthma S S

miasma(n. )

[E5t\:nI] n.
1:

attorney
?

audit

avalanche

[5C:dIt] v. ()
1:

audit

2:

auditaud(=to hear )+it

audient(n. )

[5AvElB:nF] n.
1:

avalanche ever (ad. ) launch (v.


)
()

:
azure

[5AVE] a.
1:

bacchanal

landslide(n. )
n.

azure

[5bAkEn(E)l] n.
1:

bacchanal

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bacchanalian(a. )
saturnalia(n. )

badge

[bAdV] n.
1:

badge

barge(n. )emblem(n.
)insignia(n. )

badger

badger

[5bAdVE] n.
1:

badger

barge(n. )

[5bAdVE] v. ()
1:

badger

:
bagatelle

pester(v. )

[bA^E5tel] n.
1:

bagatelle

ballad

[5bAlEd] n. ()
1:

ballad

2:

ballad ball(=to

dance)+ad song

accompanying a dance
ballyhoo

[bAlI5hu:] v.
1:

ballyhoo

balmy

[5bB:mI] a.

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barb

1:

balmy

2:

balmybalm(n. )+y

[bB:b] n. ()
1:

barbarous

barb

[5bB:bErEs] a.
1:

barbarous

2:

barbarousbarbar(=uncivilized
)+ous

:
bark

[bB:k] n.
1:

barnacle

bark

[5bB:nEk(E)l] n. ()
1:

baron

barbarity(n. )

barnacle

[5bArEn] n. ()

bashful

1:

baron

baroness(n. )baton(n. )

[5bAFfJl] a.
1:

bashful

2:

bashfulbash()+ful

abash(v. )unabashed(a.
)coy(a.
)

bawdy

[5bC:dI] a.
1:

bawdy

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bawdybawd(n. )+y

:
bawl

beacon

body(n. )

[bC:l] v.
1:

bawl

2:

bawlbrawl(v. )

bowl(n. )awl(n. )

[5bi:kEn] n.
1:

beacon

:
belch

bacon(n. )

[beltF] v.
1:

belch

:
bequest

bleach(v. )

[bI5kwest] n.
1:

bequest

:
berserk

bequeath(v. )request(v. /n. )

[bE5s\:k] a.
1:

berserk

berth

[b\:W] n.
1:

besiege

berth

[bI5si:dV] v.
1:

besiege

2:

besiegebe+siege(v. )

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bicker

[5bIkE] n. /v.
1:

bicker
()

2:

bickerbrick(n. )

birch

blab

blarney

[b\:tF] n. []
1:

birch

birth(n. )

[blAb] v. ()
1:

blab

babble(v. )

[5blB:nI] n.
1:

blarney

:
blatant

larceny(n. )

[5bleItEnt] a.
1:

blatant latent(a. )

bleachers

[`bli:tFE(r)z] n. () ()
1:

bleachers cheers

:
blemish

teachers(pl. )

[5blemIF] v.
1:

n.

blemish (
)

2:

blemishblem(blame )+ish

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[blCtF] n. ()
1:

blotch (
)

:
blunder

[5blQndE] v. ()
1:

blunder (
)

2:

blunderblow(n. )+under(ad. )

:
blur

plunder(v. )

[bl\:] v. ()

n.

1:

blur

:
boggle

slur(v. )

[5bR^(E)l] v.
1:

boggle

:
boon

gobble(v. )globe(n. )

[bu:n] n.
1:

boon

2:

boonbone(n. )

boor

[bJE] n.
1:

boor

2:

boorpoor(a. )

3:

boorrob(v. )

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boorish(a. )beer(n.
)

buckle

[5bR^(E)l] n.
1:

buffet

bum

bumpkin

buckle

[5bJfeI] n.
1:

buggy

v.

buffet

[5bQ^I] n. ()
1:

buggy

muggy(a. )

[bQm] n.
1:

bum

bump(v. )

[5bQmpkIn] n.
1:

bumpkin

:
bungle

pumpkin(n. )

[5bQN^(E)l] v. ()

buttress

1:

bungle

bundle(n. )

[5bQtrIs] n. []
1:

buttress

cadet

[kE`det] n. ()
1:

cadet

cajole

[kE5dVEJl] v. ()

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cajole

callous

[5kAlEs] a.
1:

callous (
)

2:

callouscall(=callus )+ous

callow

[5kAlEJ] a. () ()
1:

callow

canker

[5kANkE] n.
1:

canker

:
cant

cantankerous

ulcer(n. )

[kAnt] n.

v.

1:

cant

recant(v. )vacant(a. )

[kAn5tANkErEs] a.
1:

cantankerous

canyon

[5kAnjEn] n.
1:

canyon

cardigan

[5kB:dI^En] n. (=cardigan sweater)


1:

cardigan
()

caret

[5kArEt] n. ()
1:

caret carry(v. ) it

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cater(v. )crate(n. )react(v.


)trace(v. )carpet(n. )
apostrophe(n. ) comma(n. )
hyphen(n. )

caribou

[5kArIbu:] n. []
1:

caribou carry(v. )
?

cark

[kB:k] v. () ()
1:

cark

carol

caulk

[5kArEl] n. ()
1:

carol

anthem(n. )

[kR:k] v. () (
)
1:

caulk cock()
()

cede

[si:d] v.
1:

cede seed(n. )
()

cereal

[5sIErIEl] n.
1:

cereal serialserial(a. )

charlatan

hymn(n. )

[5FB:lEtEn] n.
1:

charlatan

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cheetah

chic

[tFi:tE] n.
1:

cheetah

cougar(n. )

[Fi:k,FIk] a.
1:

chortle

chunk

[5tFC:t(E)l] n. /v.
1:

chortle

chuckle(v. )

[tFQNk] n.
1:

cider

cider

[5sIndE(r)] n.
1:

clanger

chunk

[5saIdE] n.
1:

cinder

chic

cinder

[5klANE(r)] n.
1:

clanger

:
cleave

blunder(v. )

[kli:v] v.
1:

cleave leave(v. )

:
clinch

cleavage(n. )

[klIntF] n. /v.
1:

clinch

clench(v. )

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clique

[kli:k] n.
1:

clique

2:
coax

cogent

cliquecircle(n. )

[kEJks] v.
1:

coax

[5kEJdVEnt] a. ()
1:

cogent

cogency(n. )coagent(n.
)

commend

[kE5mend] v.
1:

commend

commendable(a. )
command(n. )

condiment

[5kRndImEnt] n. (
)
1:

condiment

2:

condimentcon+dim(=to put )+ent

conjure

[5kQndVE] v.
1:

conjure

:
connoisseur

conjurer(n. )

[kRnE5s\:] n.

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connoisseur sir

conundrum

[kE5nQndrEm] n.
1:

conundrum

2:

conundrumcon()+un()+drum()

corpse

[kC:ps] n.
1:

corpse corp()

corpporc(

:
couch

crop(n. )porcine(a. )

[kaJtF] n.
1:

couch

:
cougar

coach(n. )crouch(v. )

[5ku:^E] n.
1:

cougar

cheetah(n. )iguana(n. )
jaguar(n. )

crude

[kru:d] a.
1:

crude rude(a. )

:
cuff

curd(n. )prude(n. )

[kQf] n.
1:

v.

cuff

2:

cufffuck(int. )

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curb

[k\:b] v.
1:

n.

curb

2:

curbBruce(n. )

bridle(n. )rein(n. )cub(n.


)

curmudgeon

[kE5mQdV(E)n] n.
1:

curmudgeon

cushion

[5kJF(E)n] n.
1:

cushion

:
custody

cousin(n. )

[5kQstEdI] n.
1:

custody

daft

[dB:ft] a.
1:

daft

:
dangle

darn

deft(a. )

[5dAN^(E)l] v.
1:

dangle

angle(n. )gland(n. )mangle(v. )

[dB:n] n. /v.
1:

darn
()

dashing

[5dAFIN] a.
1:

dashing

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()
2:

dashingdash(v. )+ing

:
daubster

washing(n. )

[`dR:bstE] n.
1:

daubster

:
debacle

daub(v. )poetaster(n. )

[deI5bB:k(E)l] n. () ()
1:

debacle

deed

[di:d] n. []
1:

deft

deed

[deft] a.
1:

deft

:
demur

[dI5m\:] v.
1:

deter

daft(a. )deaf(a. )
demur

[dI5t\:] v.
1:

deter

2:

deterde+ter(=to frighten )

:
detour

terror(n. )

[5di:tJE] n. v.
1:

detour

toured(v. )contour(n. )

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dilemma

[dI5lemE] n. () []
1:

dilemma

dinghy

[`dIN^I] n.
1:

dinghy

doggerel

[5dR^Er(E)l;(?@)dC:^ErEl] n.
1:

doggerel dog roll

doodle

[5du:d(E)l] v. ()
1:

dorsal

doodle

[`dR:sEl] a.
1:

dorsal

2:

dorsal

dote

3:

dorsaldors(=back )+al

endorse(v. )

[dEJt] v. ()
1:

dowdy

dote

[5daJdI] a. ()
1:

dowdy

dredge

[dredV] n. v. ()

1:

dredge

dredger(n. )drudge(v.
)

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[drentF] v.
1:

drench

dribble

2:

drenchdrink(v. )

drenched(a. )souse(v. )

[5drIb(E)l] v.
1:

dribble

2:

dribbledribb(=drib )+le
dribbird(n. )

drizzle

[5drIz(E)l] n.
1:

v.

dribble
()

:
drudge

dupe

drizzly(a. )

[drQdV] v.

n.

1:

drudge

dredge(v. )

[dju:p] n.
1:

dupe (
)

:
ebb

duplicity(n. )

[eb] v.
1:

ebullience

[I5bQljEns] n. ()
1:

ebullience

2:

ebullience

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eddy

[5edI] n.
1:

eddy

maelstrom(n. )vortex(n.
)

elegy

[5elIdVI] n.
1:

elegy

:
elope

dirge(n. )

[I5lEJp] v.
1:

elope

2:

elopee(=ex )+lope(v. )

entice

[In5taIs] v.
1:

entice

2:

enticereticent(a. )

:
ersatz

enticement(n. )

[5eEzAts] a.
1:

ersatzersat sat(vbl. )+z(=the)

etch

etching

[etF] v.
1:

etch

2:

etchtech(n. )

fetch(v. )itch(v. )

[5etFIN] n.
1:

etching

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fang

[fANfB:N] n. ()
1:

fantod

fantod

[5feIFE] n. ()
1:

fastidious

fang

[`fAntCd] n.
1:

fascia

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fascia

[fA5stIdIEs] a.
1:

fastidious

:
fatigue

fussy(a. )

[fE5ti:^] n.
1:

fatigue fat

fawn

fecund

[fC:n] n. ()
1:

fawn

pawn(n. )

[5fi:kEnd] a.
1:

fecund

:
fee

[fi:] n. ()
1:

ferment

fertile(a. )
fee

[5f\:ment] n.
1: ferment (
)
2: fermentfer(=ferv )+ment
: foment(v. )

fern

[f\:n] n.

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1:
ferret

fern

[5ferIt] n.
1:

v.

ferret ferry(v. ) it

:
fickle

fidget

fetter(n. )

[5fIk(E)l] a. ()
1:

fickle

flick(v. )

[5fIdVIt] v.
1:

fidget

2:

fidgetfid()+get(v. )

fidgety(a. )gifted(a.
)

finch

[fIntF] n. ()
1:

finch

canary(n. )flinch(v. )pinch(n.


)

fledged

[fledVd] a.
1:

fledged fly

fleet

[fli:t] n. ()
1:

fleet flee(v. )

flicker

[5flIkE] v. ()
1:

flunk

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[flQNk] v.

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flunk

:
footle

flank(n. )

[5fu:t(E)l] v.
1:

n.

footle (foot)

founder

[5faJndE(r)] n. ()
1:

founder

:
foyer

frond

fulminate

flounder(v. )

[5fC:iEr] n.
1:

foyer for

lobby(n. )

[frRnd] n. ()
1:

frond round

2:

frondfront(n. )

[5fQlmIneIt] v.
1:

fulminate for minute()

funk

furlough

[fQNk] n.
1:

funk

flunk(v. )

[5f\:lEJ] n.
1:

fuss

v.

furlough

[fQs] n.
1:

fuss

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gadget

[5^AdVIt] n.
1:

gadget

gaffe

[^Af] n. ()
1:

gaffe

gall

gamut

[^C:l] n.
1:

gall (tall)

bile(n. )choler(n. )gull(n. )

[5^AmEt] n. []
1:

gamut

gash

[^AF] n.
1:

gash

:
gauche

gaudy

[^EJF] a.
1:

gauche

gaucherie(n. )

[5^C:dI] a.
1:

germane

gaudy

[dV\:5meIn] a.
1:

geyser

gush(v. )

germane

[5^aIzEr] n.
1:

geyser

gibe

[dVaIb] n. /v.

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gimmick

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gibe

[5^ImIk] n. ()

1:

ginger

gimmick

[5dVIndVE] n.
1:

ginger

2:

ginger

:
girder

girdle

gist

glamour

singer(n. )

[5^\:dE] n.
1:

girder

dirge(n. )beam(n. )

[5^\:d(E)l] n.

v.

1:

girdle

glider(n. )

[dVIst] n. ()
1:

gist

gust(n. )

[5^lAmE] n.
1:

glamour

:
gleam

[^li:m] n.
1:

gleam
(
)

glee

[^li:] n.
1:

glee

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gloaming

gleeful(a. )

[5^lEJmIN] n.
1:

gloaming

gloss

gnarled

[^lRs] n.
1:

gloss

glossary(n. )

[nB:ld] a. () ()
1:

gollop

gnarled

[`^ClEp] v.
1:

gollop (
)

gorge

[^C:dV] v.
1:

gorge

: forge(v. )
gouge

gourd

[^aJdV] n.

v.

1:

gouge

gauge(n. )gorge(n. )

[^JEd] n.
1:

gourd (grain moth)

gourmand

[5^JEmAnd] n.
1:

gourmand

gourmet

[5^JEmeI] n.
1:

gourmet

epicure(n. )

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[^rJm] n.
1:

groom room

gull

gully

[^Ql] n.
1:

gull

gall(n. )

[5^QlI] n.
1:

guru

gully

[5^Jru:] n.
1:

guru

guy

[^aI] n. ()
1:

guy (buy)

guzzle

[5^Qz(E)l] v.
1:

guzzle

:
hack

haggard

guttle(v. )puzzle(n. )

[hAk] v.

n.

1:

hack

hijack(v. )whack(v. )

[`hA^Ed] a.
1:

haggard

:
haggle

pine(v. )

[5hA^(E)l] v. ()

1:

haggle

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hale

[heIl] a. ()
1:

hale

2:

haleheal=whole(a. )

heal(v. )wholesome(a.
)

hanker

harass

[5hANkE] v.
1:

hanker

hankerchief(n. )

[hE5rAs] v.
1:

harass her ass(n. )

hassle

[5hAs(E)l] n.
1:

hassle

hauteur

[EJ5t\:] n.
1:

hawk

[hC:k] n.
1:

hawk

:
hawker

hawser

falcon(n. )

[5hC:kE] n.
1:

hawker

hawk(n. )

[5hC:sE] n.
1:

hawser

2:

hawserwasher(n. )

heckle

[5hek(E)l] v.

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heckle

2:

heckle

:
heed

heckler(n. )

[hi:d] v.
1:

heed he

heedless(a. )head(n.
)

herd

hermit

[h\:d] n.

v.

1:

herd her

2:

herd

heard(vbl. )

[5h\:mIt] n.
1:

hermit

2:

hermither(pron. )+mit(

:
hide

hinder

thermite(n. )helmet(a. )

[haId] n.
1:

hide

fell(n. )

[5haIndE] v.
1:

hinder

:
hinge

behind(prep. ...)

[hIndV] n. ()
1:

hinge

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hitch

[hItF] v. ()
1:

hoard

hitch

[hC:d] n. /v.
1:

hoard

hobnob

[5hRbnRb] n. /v.
1:

hobnob

:
hog

[hC:^] n. ( 120 )

1:

hog

hedgehog(n. ) pigsty(n. )
porcine(a. )sow(n. )swine(n.
)

hold

[hEJld] n. ()
1:

hollow

hood

hold

[5hRlEJ] a.
1:

hollow

2:

hollowholl(=hole )+ow

[hJd] n. ()
1:

hood

:
hoof

heed(n. )

[hu:f] n. ()
1:

hoof
()

2:

hoof

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hooligan

[5hu:lI^En] n.
1:

hooligan
(
)

howler

huffy

[5haJlE(r)] v.
1:

howler

howl(v. )whole(a. )

[5hQfI] a.
1:

huffy (
)

hyena

[haI5i:nE] n.
1:

hyena

hygiene

[5haIdVi:n] n.
1:

hygiene

:
hymn

hygienist(n. )

[5hIm] n.
1:

hymn himHim()

:
hyphen

cereal(n. )carol(n. )

[5haIf(E)n] n. "-"
1:

hyphen

:
igloo

apostrophe(n. )

[5I^lu:] n. ()
1:

igloo (i ice)

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iguana

[I^5wB:nE] n.
1:

iguana

:
indigent

cougar(n. )jaguar(n. )

[5IndIdVEnt] a.
1:

indigent indeed

2:

indigentindi(=in)+gent(=be poor )

irk

isthmus

[\:k] v.
1:

irk

irksome(a. )

[5IsmEs] n. ()
1:

isthmus

jabber

[5dVAbE] v.
1:

jabber

jackal

[5dVAkl] n. []
1:

jade

[dVeId] n.
1:

jade

janitor

jackal
jade

[dVeId] n.
1:

jade

ruby(n. )sapphire(n. )

[5dVAnItE] n.
1:

janitor

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jargon

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progenitor(n. )

[5dVB:^En] n.
1:

jargon

2:

jargon (rhizoid)

:
jaundice

dragon(n. )

[5dVC:ndIs] n.
1:

jaundice (
)

:
jaunty

jaundiced(a. )

[5dVC:ntI] a.
1:

jaunty

jaw

[dVC:] n. []
1:

jeer

[dVIE] v.
1:

jejune

jaw
jeer

[dVI5dVu:n] a.
1:

jejune

:
jerk

jejunal(a. )

[dV\:k] n. /v.
1:

jerk

jilt

[bI5^aIl] v. ()
1:

jocund

jilt

[5dVRkEnd] a.

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1:

jocund

jog

[dVR^] v.
1:

jog

joggle

jolly

[`dVC^l] v. /n.
1:

joggle

2:

jogglejogg(=jog )+le

[5dVRlI] v. ()
1:

jolly

joust

[dVaJst] v.
1:

joust

:
judder

juggernaut

just(a. )oust(v. )

[5dVQdE] n. /v.
1:

judder

shudder(n. /v. )

[5dVQ^EnC:t] n.
1:

juggernaut

kangaroo

[kAN^E5ru:] n. []
1:

kangaroo

ken

kerfuffle

[ken] n.
1:

ken

keen(a. )

[kE5fQf(E)l] n.

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kerfuffle
?

knack

[nAk] n.
1:

knack

knackered

[5nAkEd] a.
1:

knackered

kudos

[5kju:dRs;(?@)5ku:dRs] n.
1:

kudos Q DOSQ DOS

2:

kudoskudoku +do(v. )

(DOS)

UCDOS
labour

[5leIbE] v.
1:

labour

labyrinth

[5lAbErInW] n.
1:

labyrinth

2:

labyrinth labyr(=labour

)+inth(=into)

lace

lancinate

[leIs] n.
1:

lace

place(n. )lance(n. )

[`lB:nsIneIt;`lAn-] v.
1:

lancinate lance(n. ) in it

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languid

[5lAN^wId] a.
1:

languid

2:

languid langu(=to languish


)+id
langu=lax(a. )

languor

[5lAN^E] n.
1:

larceny

languor

[5lB:sEnI] n.
1:

larceny
()

:
larch

blarney(n. )latency(n. )

[lB:tF] n.
1:

larch

2:

larchCharles(n. )

lard

[lB:d] n.
1:

lark

larva

lard

[lB:k] v.
1:

lark

park(n. )

[5lB:ve] n.
1:

larva lover(n. )

larynx

[5lArINks] n. []
1:

larynx ring(v. )

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2:

larynx

:
lash

lasso

lathe

[lAF] n.
1:

lash

slash(v. )

[lA5su:] n. ()
1:

lasso

also(ad. )

[leIT] n.
1:

leach

ledger

legend

lathe

[li:tF] v.
1:

leach

beach(n. )reach(v. )

[5ledVE] n.
1:

ledger

lodger(n. )

[5ledVEnd] n.
1:

lewd

guttural(a. )

legend

[lu:d] a.
1:

lewd

2:

lewdweld(v. )

:
libation

lewdness(n. )dwell(v. )

[laI5beIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

libation

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lido

[5li:dEJ] n.
1:

lido

2:

lidoidol(n. )

lien

limn

[li:En] n. []
1:

lien

alien(v. )mien(n. )

[lIm] v.
1:

limn

2:

limn

:
limousine

limnetic(a. )

[lImJ5zi:n] n.
1:

limousine

linger

[5lIN^E] v.
1:

linger (singer)

:
liquor

lingering(a. )

[5lIkE] n.
1:

liquor

:
loathe

beverage(n. )

[lEJT] v.
1:

loathe

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lobby

45

lathe(n. )

[5lRbI] n.
1:

lobby

:
lobster

foyer(n. )

[5lRbstE] n.
1:

lobster

:
lodge

[lRdV] v.
1:

lodger

loft

bolster(n. /v. )
lodge

[5lRdVE] n.
1:

lodger

ledger(n. )

[lCft] n.
1:

loft

lofty(a. )left(a.
)lift(n. )

log

[lR^] n.
1:

loll

log

[lRl] v.
1:

loll

lounge

[laJndV] v.
1:

n.

lounge

2:

lounge

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46
lugubrious

[lu:5^ju:brIEs] a.
1:

lugubrious bring us

2:

lugubrious lugubri(=mournful

)+ous
lush

[lQF] a.
1:

lush

:
lynch

macabre

blush(v. )

[lIntF] v. ()
1:

lynch

lunch(n. )

[mE5kB:br(r)] a.
1:

macabre

:
mackintosh

massacre(n. )embrace(v. )

[5mAkIntRF] n.
1:

mackintosh

magpie

[5mA^paI] n.
1:

magpie pie(n. )

maim

epigram(n. )

[meIm] v.

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maim

2:

maimmaxim(n. )

:
mangle

amputate(v. )mutilate(v. )

[5mAN^(E)l] v.
1:

mangle

:
mannequin

maul(v. )

[5mAnIkIn] n.
1:

mannequin

mansion

[5mAnF(E)n] n.
1:

mansion

2:
mantle

marrow

mansionmason(n. )

[5mAnt(E)l] n.

v.

1:

mantle

lament(n. )mental(a. )

[5mArEJ] n.
1:

marrow

:
martyr

[5mB:tE] n.
1:

mason

narrow(a. )
martyr

[5meIs(E)n] n.
1:

mason

2:

masonmoan(v. )moans

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48

: masonry(n. )mansion(n.
)salmon(n. )
maudlin

[5mC:dlIn] a.
1:

maudlin

maul

maxim

[mC:l] v.
1:

maul ?

[5mAksIm] n.
1:

maxim

: axiom(n. )maim(v. )
mayhem

[5meIhem] n. [] ()

1:

maxim may

maze

meager

[meIz] n.
1:

maze

amaze(v. )labyrinth(n. )

[5mi:^E] a.
1:

meager

:
measles

meagerness(n. )

[5mi:z(E)lz] n. []
1:

measles

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mendicant

[5mendIkEnt] a.
1:

n.

mendicant

2:

mendicantmendic(=beggar )+ant

mendicmedicine(n. )

:
merge

cadge(v. )

[m\:dV] v.
1:

merge

2:

merge

:
mermaid

meager(a. )emerge(v. )

[5m\:meId] n.
1:

mermaid

mettle

[5met(E)l] n.
1:

mettle

mettlesome(a. )nettle(n.
)

midget

[5mIdVIt] n.
1:

mien

midget

[mi:n] n.
1:

mien

2:

mienmine(a. )

deportment(n. )mine(pron.
)

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50
milieu

miller

mime

[5mi:lj\:] n. ()
1:

milieu

purlieu(n. )

[5mIlE] n.
1:

miller

2:

millermill(n. )

[maIm] n. ()
1:

mirth

mock

mogul

mime

[m\:W] n.
1:

mirth

birth(n. )

[mRk] v. ()
1:

mock

smock(n. )

[5mEJ^El] n.
1:

mogul

2:

mogulogle(v. )

molar

mope

[5mEJlE] n.
1:

molar

moral(a. )

[mEJp] n.
1:

v. ()

mope GRE

2:

mopepoem(n. )

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51

[5mC:bId] a.
1:

morbid

morbidity(n. )bromide(n. )
rabid(a. )

mordant

[5mC:dEnt] a.
1:

mordant

2:

mordantmord(=to bite )+ant

remorse(n. )erode(v. )
dormant(a. )

moron

[5mC:rRn] n. <>[] (
50-70 )
1:

moron more wrong

morose

[mE5rEJs] a.
1:

morose rose(n. )

motto

[5mRtEJ] n.
1:

motto
()

:
moxie

[`mCksI] n.
1:

muddle

muff

bottom(n. )
moxie

[5mQd(E)l] n.
1:

muddle

muffle(v. )

[mQf] n.

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52

muffle

1:

muff

dolt(n. )

[5mQf(E)l] v. () (
) ()
1:

muggy

muffle

[5mQ^I] a. ()
1:

muggy

:
murmur

[5m\:mE] v.
1:

myth

nettle

buggy(n. )
murmur

[mIW] n.
1:

myth

math(n. )

[5net(E)l] n.
1:

v.

nettle

:
nick

nickel

mettle(n. )

[nIk] n.
1:

nick

nickel(n. )snick(n. )

[5nIk(E)l] n.
1:

nickel

:
nipping

[5nIpIN] a.
1:

notch

nick(n. )
nipping

[nRtF] n. (V ) ()

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notch

nubile

[5nju:baIl] a. ()
1:

nubile bye
bye-bye

numb

nuptials

[nQm] a.
1:

numb

thumb(n. )

[5nQpF(E)lz] n.
1:

nuptials

obese

[EJ5bi:s] a.
1:

obese

:
oblique

obesity(n. )

[E5bli:k] a.
1:

oblique

2:

obliquequibble(n. )

oblivion

[E5blIvIEn] n.
1:

oblivion live in()

2:

oblivion ob(=out)+livi(=to

smooth

)+onto smooth out

:
odious

abolition(n. )

[5EJdIEs] a.

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1:

odious OhDears()

ogle

2:

odiousodi(=to hate )+ous

odium(n. )tedious(a. )

[5EJ^(E)l] v.
1:

n.

ogle OhgirlOhgirl

2:

oglemogul(n. )

opaque

[EJ5peik] a.
1:

opaque (OPEC)

:
otiose

pique(n. )plaque(n. )

[5EJFIEJs] a.
1:

otiose OhOh

:
pagan

pageant

obtuse(a. )

[5peI^En] n.
1:

pagan ?

paganism(n. )

[5pAdVEnt] n.
1:

pageant

palaver

[pE5lB:vE] n. /v.
1:

palaver poor lover

pariah

[p\5raiE] n.
1:

pariah poor(a. ) rare(a. )

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pawn

[pC:n] n. ()
1:

pawn

2:

pawnfawn(v. )

:
peak

spawn(n. )

[pi:k] n.
1:

peak

:
peevish

peek(v. )

[5pi:vIF] a.
1:

peevish

pelf

[pelf] n.
1:

pelf h

pellmell

[5pel5mel] ad.
1:

pellmell

2:
pergola

pellmellspell(n. )+smell(n. )

[5p\:^ElE] n.
1:

pergola

perjure

[5p\:dVE] v.
1:

perjure

perjury(n. )abjure(v.
)adjure(v. )

perpetrate

[5p\:pItreIt] v.

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1:

perpetrate treat(v. )

persevere

[p\:sI5vIE] v.
1:

persevere severe(a. )

2:

perseverepreserve()

:
phony

pillory

perverse(a. )

[5fEJnI] a.
1:

phony

phone(n. )pony(n. )

[5pIlErI] n. ()
1:

pillory

pinch

[pIntF] n.
1:

v.

pinch

:
pitch

[pItF] n. () () []
1:

plaque

finch(n. )punch(v. )
pitch

[5plAk] n. ()

plinth

1:

plaque lack

opaque(a. )plank(n. )

[plInW] n.
1:

plinth ()

splint(n. )

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57

[plRd] v.
1:

plod

lope(v. )trudge(v.
)

plunder

pod

polish

[5plQndE] v.
1:

plunder

blunder(n. )

[pRd] n.
1:

pod

2:

podpad(n. )

dope(n. )plod(v. )

[5pEJlIF] v.
1:

poltroon

v. ()

n.

polish

[pCl5tru:n] n.
1:

poltroon

2:

poltroonpolt(=colt )+roon(=run )

poncho

[5pRntFEJ] n.
1:

poncho

ponder

[5pRndE] v.
1:

ponder

:
porch

powder(n. )respond(v. )

[pC:tF] n.
1:

porch

perch(v. )torch(n. )

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precocious

[prI5kEJFEs] a.
1:

precocious precautious(a. )

2:

precociouspre(=before )+coc(=cook
)+ious

pucker

pullulate

[5pQkE] v. n.
1:

pucker

[`pQljJleIt] v.
1:

pullulate late(ad. )

pummel

[5pQm(E)l] v. ()
1:

pummel

:
purlieu

quaff

quandary

plume(n. )plummet(v. )

[5p\:lju:] n.
1:

purlieu

milieu(n. )

[kwB:f] n. /v.
1:

quaff

staff(n. )

[5kwRndErI] n.
1:

quandary

quantum

[5kwRntEm] n.
1:

quantum

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quench

59

[kwel] v.
1:

quell

quill(n. )

[kwentF] v. ()
1:

quench

:
quest

[kwest] n. /v.
1:

quest

2:

questguest(n. )

:
quibble

request(n. /v. )

[5kwIb(E)l] n.
1:

quibble

:
quirk

randy

[kw\:k] n.
1:

quirk

quick(a. )

[5rAndI] a.
1:

relish

oblique(a. )

randy

[5relIF] n.
1:

relish really

rigor

[5raI^C:(r),5rI^E(r)] n. ()
1:

rind

rigor

[raInd] n. ()
1:

rind

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60
:
rinse

rue

grind(v. )rend(v. )

[rIns] v.
1:

rinse

siren(n. )risen(a. )

[ru:] n. /v.
1:

rue

2:

ruerued(vbl.)rude(a. )

:
saga

[5sB:^E] n.
1:

scabbard

true(a. )rule(n. )
saga

[5skAbEd] n. ()
1:

scabbard

:
scaffold

sheath(n. )

[5skAfEld] n. []
1:

scaffold fold(v. )

scintilla

[sIn5tIlE] n.
1:

scintilla
(

:
scoff

instill(v. )

[skRf] v.
1:

scoff cough(v. )

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61

[skrEJl] n. ()
1:

scroll roll(v. )

scrub

[skrQb] v.
1:

scrub rub(v. )

shackle

[5FAk(E)l] n.
1:

shackle

2:
sheaf

[Fi:f] n.
1:

sheath

sheen

shibboleth

shackle
sheaf

[Fi:W] n. ()
1:

sheath

scabbard(n. )

[Fi:n] n.
1:

sheen

shine(v. )

[5FIbEleW] n.
1:

shibboleth"

shindy

[5FIndI] n.
1:

shoddy

[5FRdI] a.
1:

shuck

shindy
shoddy

[FQk] n. ()
1:

shuck

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62
:
shudder

shuffle

shack(n. )shock(v. )

[5FQdE] n. /v.
1:

shudder

judder(n. /v. )

[5FQf(E)l] v.
1:

shuffle

2:

shuffleflush(v. )

plod(v. ) trudge(v.
)

shun

siege

[FQn] v.
1:

shun

dodge(v. )wince(v. )

[si:dV] v.
1:

slay

sloth

siege

[sleI] v. <>
1:

slay

2:

slaySally(n. )

[slEJW] n.
1:

sloth
()

17 (Milton John)
(Paradise Lost)
(GluttonyGreedSloth
WrathPrideLustEnvy)

:
slouch

cloth(n. )

[slaJtF] v. ()
1:

slouch

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slough

[slQf] n. /v. ()
1:

slough ()

moult(v. )ecdysis(v.
)

smarmy

[5smB:mI] a.
1:

smarmy mummy(n. )

smirch

[sm\:tF] v.
1:

smirk

n.

smirch

[sm\:k] n. /v.
1:

smirk

snare

[sneE] n.
1:

snare (
)

snarl

[snB:l] n.
1:

v. ()

snarl

snick

snigger

[snIk] n.
1:

snick

nick(n. )

[`snI^E] n. /v.
1:

snitch

[snItF] v.
1:

sojourn

snigger
snitch

[5sRdV\:n] n. /v.

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1:

sojourn

2:

sojournso(=under)+journ(=day)

:
somber

adjourn(v. )journal(n. )

[5sRmbE] a.
1:

somber

2:

somberbombers(n. )

:
splash

sober(a. )

[splAF] n.
1:

splash

stickler

[5stIklE] n.
1:

stickler

:
stiletto

[stI5letEJ] n.
1:

sting

stitch

n.

1:

sting

string(n. )swing(v. )

[stItF] n. ()

v.

stitch

[stRk] a.
1:

stringent

stiletto

[stIN] v.

1:
stock

tickler(n. )

stock

[5strIndVEnt] a.
1:

stringent string(n. )

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sultry

swank

swarm

astringent(n. )

[5sQltrI] a. () ()
1:

sunder

65

sultry

[5sQndE] v.
1:

sunder

asunder(ad. )sundry(a. )

[swANk] v.
1:

swank

2:

swankswan(n. )

[swC:m] n. ()
1:

swarm warm

swill

[swIl] v.
1:

swill will

2:

swill

3:

swillswell(v. )

:
sycophant

spill(v. )

[5sIkEfAnt] n.
1:

sycophant

:
taboo

tact

[tE5bu:] n.

a.

1:

taboo

tattoo(n. )totem(n. )

[tAkt] n.
1:

tarn

syncopate(v. )

tact

[tB:n] n.

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1:

tarn

2:

tarntrain(v. )

tattered

[5tAtEd] a.
1:

tattered

tawdry

[5tC:drI] a.
1:

tawdry (
)

:
tepid

dowdy(a. )gaudy(a. )

[5tepId] a.
1:

tepid

:
thwart

trepid(a. )

[WwC:t] v.
1:

thwart what

:
tickler

warmth(n. )wrath(n. )

[`tIklE] n.
1:

tickler

:
tirade

trickle(v. )

[taI5reId] n.
1:

tirade

:
topple

tired(a. )trade(n. )

[5tRp(E)l] v.
1:

topple

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()
:
torso

plot(n. )stipple(v. )

[5tC:sEJ] n. ()
1:

torso ()

2:

torsoroots(pl. )

3:

torsoroost(v. )

toupee

[tU:`peI] n.
1:

toupee

:
tout

[taJt] v.
1:

trek

troupe(n. )wig(n. )
tout

[trek] v.
1:

trek (
)

tremor

trench

trickle

[5tremE] n.
1:

tremor

tremble(v. )

[trentF] n.
1:

trench

entrench(v. )

[5trIk(E)l] v.
1:

trickle

tickler(n. )

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trim

[trimF] v. a
1:

trim

:
triste

[tri:st] a.
1:

truant

truncheon

triste

[5tru:Ent] n.
1:

truce

prim(a. )

truant

[tru:s] n.
1:

truce

trace(n. )armistice(n. )

[5trQntF(E)n] n.
1:

truncheon

:
turgid

baton(n. )

[5t\:dVId] a.
1:

turgid

2:

turgid

3:

turgidtrudge(v. )

twig

twinge

[twI^] n.
1:

twig

wig(n. )

[twIndV] n. ,
1:

twinge

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tyrant

[5taIErEnt] n.
1:

tyro

uncanny

69

tyrant

[5taIrEJ] n.
1:

tyro

typo(n. )

[Qn5kAnI] a.
1:

uncanny

viscid

[5vIsId] a.
1:

viscid VCD VCD

:
wan

viscosity(n. )viscous(a. )

[wRn] a.
1:

wan

pallid(a. )sallow(a.
)

:
wangle

ruddy(a. )

[5wAN^(E)l] v. ()
1:

wangle

2:

wangle

:
wheedle

whim

wrangle(v. )

[5wi:d(E)l] v. ()
1:

wheedle

2:

wheedle

wheeled(a. )needle(n. )

[wIm] n.

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whistle

1:

whim

him(pron. )

[5wIs(E)l;(?@)5hwIsl] n.
1:

v.

whistle

:
whittle

wig

wiggle

whittle(v. )

[5wIt(E)l] v. ()
1:

whittle

whistle(n. )

[wI^] n.
1:

wig

toupee(n. )

[5wI^(E)l] v.
1:

wiggle

:
wince

wriggle(v. )

[wIns] v.
1:

wince

2:

wince

mince(v. ) shun(v. )
dodge(v. )

wizened

[5wIzEnd] a.
1:

woo

[wu:] v.
1:

yaw

wizened
woo

[jC:] v. ()
1:

yaw

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yeoman

yoke

yokel

way(n. )

[5jEJmEn] n.
1:

yeoman man

2:

yeoman

[jEJk] v.
1:

yoke

okey(int. )

[5jEJk(E)l] n.
1:

zygote

71

yokel

[5zaI^EJt] n. []
1:

zygote the goat(n. )

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72

areear
eraparepearrape reap spare spear

(GRE )

awl (law)dolt (told) snug (guns)


abet

[E5bet] v. ()
1:

abetbeat(v. )

2:

abeta+bet(=to bait )to lure on

beta(n. )abut(v.
)abate(v. )

acme

[5AkmI] n.

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1:

acmecame(vbl. )

2:

acmeacne(n. )

mace(n. ) apex(n. )
vertex(n. )peak(n. )zenith(n.
)

acne

[5AknI] n.
1:

acneacme(n. )

:
adobe

cane(n. )

[E5dEJbI] n.
1:

adobeabode(n. )

:
allergy

ADOBE

[5AlEdVI] n.
1:

allergylargely(adv. )

:
alloy

gallery(n. )

[5AlCI] n.
1:

v.

alloyloyal(a. )

:
amble

ally(n. )

[5Amb(E)l] v.
1:

ambleblame(v. )

:
antler

ample(a. )ramble(v. )

[5AntlE] n.

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arena

1:

antlerlearnt(vbl. )

rental(a. )venison(n. )

[E5ri:nE] n.
1:

arenaanear(prep. )

:
asset

area(n. )

[5Aset] n.
1:

assetseats(pl. )

:
astute

tease(v. )

[E5stju:t] a.
1:

astutestatue(n. ) (
)

:
auction

statute(n. )

[5C:kF(E)n] n.
1:

auctioncaution(n. )

:
auger

action(n. )sanction(n. )

[5C:^E] n. () ()
1:

augerargue(v. )

2:

auger ()

:
awl

anger(n. )augur(v. )

[C:l] n.
1:

awllaw(n. )

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:
awry

owl(n. )brawl(v. )

[E5raI] a.
1:

awrywary(a. )

bale

2:

awrya+wry(v. )

yaw(v. )

[beIl] n.
1:

baleable(a. )

balm

2:

bale

bail(n. /v. )label(n. )

[bB:m] n. ()
1:

balmlamb(n. )

:
bane

baste

unguent(n. )

[beIn] n.
1:

banebean(n. )

urbane(a. )

[beIst] v. ()
1:

bastebeast(n. )

:
beat

breast(n. )

[bi:t] n. /v.
1:

beatbeta(n. )

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76

bedlam

[5bedlEm] n.
1:

bedlamblamed(a. )

:
binge

bolster

lunatic(n. )

[bIndV] n.
1:

bingebeing(n. )

2:

bingebegin(v. )

benign(a. )

[`bEJlstE] v.
1:

bolsterlobster(n. )

:
blase

[blB:zeI] a.
1:

bulge

cadge

holster(n. )booster(n. )
blasesable(n. )

[bQldV] n. /v.
1:

bulgebugle(n. )

budge(v. )

[kAdV] v.
1:

cadgecaged(a. )

:
carve

mendicant(a.

n. )

[kB:v] v.
1:

carvecrave(v. )

2:

carvecare(v. )+cave(n. )

sculpture(n. )sculptor(n.
)

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cistern

77

[5sIstEn] n. () ()
1:

cisterncretins(pl. )

:
clam

compliant

sister(n. )certain(a. )

[klAm] n.
1:

clamcalm(a. )

claim(v. )

[kEm5plaIEnt] a.
1:

compliantcomplaint(n. )

2:

compliantcompli(=comply )+ant

:
dawdle

pliant(a. )

[5dC:d(E)l] v.
1:

dawdlewaddle(v. )

decree

despoil

[dI5kri:] n.

v.

1:

decreerecede(v. )

degree(n. )

[dI5spCIl] v.
1:

despoilspoiled(a. )

:
detest

deprive(v. )

[dI5test] v.
1:

detesttested(a. )

abhore(v. )loathe(v.
)disgust(v. )

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dilate

[daI5leIt] v.
1:

dilatedetail(n. )

2:

dilatedi(=dis )+late(=wide )

:
dingy

latitude(n. )

[5dIndVI] a.
1:

dingydying(a. )

:
dire

dirge

tarnish(v. )

[5daIE] a.
1:

direride(v. )

direful(a. )dare(v. )

[d\:dV] n.
1: dirgeridge(n. )
()
:

discretion

elegy(n. )

[dI5skreF(E)n] n.
1:

discretiondirections(pl. )

dolt

[dEJlt] n.
1:

dolttold(vbl. )!

GRE

doltish(a. )dunce(n. )
muff(n. )

dome

[dEJm] n. []

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1:

domemode(n. )

demo(n. )domestic(a.
)

dose

[dEJs] n. ()
1:

dosedoes(v. )

2:

dose

drove

dune

dynamo

[drEJv] n.
1:

droveroved(vbl. )

drive(v. )throng(n. )

[dju:n] n.
1:

dunenude(a. )

[5daInEmEJ] n.
1:

dynamomonday(n. )

dynamic(a. )generator(n.
)

easel

edict

[5i:z(E)l] n.
1:

easellease(v. )

easily(adv. )weasel(n. )

[5i:dIkt] n.
1:

edictcited(vbl. )

2:

edicte()+dict()

decree(n. )predict(v. )evict(v.


)credit(n. )depict(v. )

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80
elapse

[I5lAps] n. /v. ()
1:

elapseplease(v. )

2:

elapse e(=away)+lapse(=to slip) to slip


away

asleep(a. ) collapse(v. )
relapse(v. )

enlist

[In5lIst] v.
1:

enlistlisten(v. )

:
eon

[5i:En] n.
1:

escort

enlistment(n. )recruit(v. )
eonone(num. )

[5eskC:t] v.
1:

n.

escortsector(n. )

ethos

[5i:WRs] n. ()
1:

ethosthose(pron. )

:
ewer

ethic(n. )

[5jJE] n.
1:

ewerwere(vbl. )

fewer(a. )sewer(n. )saw(n.


)

feat

[fi:t] n.
1:

featfate(n. )

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felid

81

defeat(v. )

[`fi:lId] n.
1:

felidfield(a. )

feral

[5fIEr(E)l] a.
1:

feralflare(v. )

:
fiendish

forocious(a. )

[5fi:ndIF] a.
1:

fiendishfinished(a. )

2:

fiendishfiend(n. )+ish

diabolical(a. )Satanic(a.
)

file

flee

[faIl] n.

v.

1:

filelife(n. )

[fli:] v.
1:

fleefeel(v. )

:
flit

[flIt] n. /v.
1:

flitlift(v. )

:
freak

[fri:k] n.
1:

fringe

flight(n. )fleet(n. )
a.

freakfaker(n. )

[frIndV] n.

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gab

1:

fringefinger(n. )

cringe(v. )tassel(n. )

[^Ab] v.
1:

gander

gardenia

gabbag(n. )

[5^AndE] n.
1:

ganderdanger(n. )

gender(n. )garden(n. )

[^B:5di:nIE] n.
1:

gardeniadrainage(n. )

2:

gardeniaGarden(Alexander Garden
)+ia

guardian(n. )chrysanthemum(n.
)

garnish

[5^B:nIF] n. /v. ()
1:

garnishsharing(n. )

:
genre

tarnish(v. )

[5VRrE] n. ()
1:

genregreen(a. )

glare

[^leE] v.
1:

glarelarge(a. )

glaring(a. )blare(v. )
regal(a. )

glean

[^li:n] v.
1:

gleanangle(n. )

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gleaner

2:

glean

gleaning(n. )angel(n. )

[^5li:nE] n.
1:

gleanerenlarge(v. )

gnomic

[5nEJmIk] a.
1:

gnomiccoming(n. )

:
granite

aphorism(n. )maxim(n. )

[5^rAnIt] n.
1:

graniteingrate(n. )

:
grate

marble(n. )

[^reIt] v.
1:

grategreat(a. )

grit

[^rIt] n.

v. ()

1:

grittrig(a. )

grovel

[5^rRv(E)l] v.
1:

grovelglover(n. )

2:
gulp

[^Qlp] v.
1:

gut

grovel.mpg
gulpplug(n. )

[^Qt] n.

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helot

1:

guttug(v. )

get(v. )

[5helEt] n.
1:

helothotel(n. )

2:

helothe+lotHe has a lot of helots

hilt

hoarse

[hIlt] n. ()
1:

hiltlith( )

haft(n. )halt(v. )

[hC:s] a. ()
1:

hoarseashore(adv. )

:
idol

horse(n. )husky(a. )

[5aId(E)l] n.
1:

idollido(n. )

:
inane

indent

icon(n. )

[I5neIn] a.
1:

inaneAnnie(n. )

inanity(n. )insane(a. )

[In5dent] v.
1:

indentintend(v. )

:
inkling

dentist(n. )

[5INklIN] n.
1:

inklinglinking(n. )

2:

inkling.mpg

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keen

85

[ki:n] a.
1:

keenknee(n. )

:
laconic

[lE5kRnIk] a. ()
1:

lair

laconicconical(a. )

[leE] n.
1:

lament

hanker(v. )

lairliar(n. )

: rail(n. )flair(n. )
[lE5ment] n. /v.
1:

lamentmental(a. )

2:

lamentailment(n. )

lamentable(a. )mantle(n.
)

lance

[lAns] n.
1:

lanceclean(v. )

:
latent

laud

glance(n. )

[5leItEnt] a.
1:

latenttalent(n. )

blatant(a. )

[lC:d] n. /v.
1:

lauddual(a. ) (
)

2: laudlord(n. )

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:

laudable(a. )
laudatory(a. )

laurel

[5lRr(E)l] n. []
1:

laurelallure(v.

n. )

leak

lechery

[li:k] v. () ()
1:

leaklake(n. ) ()

leakage(v. )

[5letFErI] n.
1:

lecherycheerly(adv. )

leer

[lIE] v.
1:

leerreel(n. )

:
libel

peek(v. )

[5laIb(E)l] v. ()
1:

libelbelli( )

libelous(a. )bellicose(a.
)label(n. )belie(v. )liable(a.
...)

lingo

list

[5lIN^EJ] n.
1:

lingologin(v. )

cant(n. )

[lIst] n. /v.

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listslit(n. )

loop

loot

2:

list

lost(a. )

[lu:p] n.
1:

looppool(n. )

polo(n. )

[lu:t] v.
1:

n.

loottool(n. )

2:
lope

loot

[lEJp] n. ()
1:

v. ()

lopepole(n. )

2:

lopeelope(v. )

:
lore

lucre

lobe(n. )

[lC:] n.
1:

lorerole(n. )

folklore(n. )enrol(v. )

[5lu:kE] n.
1:

lucrecruel(a. )

lucrative(a. )ulcer(n.
)

lumber

[5lQmbE] v.
1:

lumberrumble(v. )

plod(v. ) trudge(v.

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)shuffle(v. )
lump

[lQmp] n.
1:

v.

lumpplum(n. )

lumpish(a. )
hump(n. )plump(a. )slump(v.
)bump(v. )

lure

[lJE] n. v.
1:

lurerule(n. )
()

allure(v. )seduce(v. )lucre(n.


)

lust

[lQst] n. ()
1:

lustslut(n. )

lusty(a. )libido(n.
)

lustre

[`lQstE] n.
1:

lustreresult(n. )

lustrous(a. )fluster(v.
)muster(v. )

mace

[meIs] n.
1:

macecame(vbl. )

2:

mace

:
magenta

acme(n. )sceptre(n. )

[mE5dVentE] n.
1:

magentamagnate(n. )

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maple

[5meIp(E)l] n.
1:

mapleample(a. )

mar

2:

maple ()

[mB:] v.
1:

mararm(n. )

mare

mash

matey

melon

mesa

2:

mar

mark(n. )ram(n. )

[meE] n.
1:

mareream(n. )

mire(n. )nightmare(n. )

[mAF] v.
1:

mashsham(n. )

marsh(n. )smash(v. )

[5meItI] n.
1:

mateymeaty(a. )

pal(n. )

[5melEn] n.
1:

melonlemon(n. )

water melon(n. )cucumber(n. )

[5meIsE] n.
1:

mesasame(a. )

seam(v. )

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minuet

[mInjJ5et] n. ()
1:

minuetminute(n. )

2:
mite

minuetminu(=small )+et()

[maIt] n.
1:

mitetime(n. ) ()

emit(v. )item(n. )termite(n.


)

moat

[mEJt] n.
1:

moatatom(n. )

:
moor

fosse(n. )

[5mJE] n. v. ()
1:

moorroom(n. ) (
)

2:

moor

moorland(n. )berth(v.
)

nab

nadir

[nAb] v.
1:

nabban(v. )

bane(n. )apprehend(v. )

[5neIdIE] n.
1:

nadirdrain(n. )

nebula

2:

nadir

zenith(n. )

[5nebjJlE] n.

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nebulaunable(a. )

:
nib

nebulous(a. )

[nIb] n.
1:

nibbin(n. )

:
niche

spear(n. )

[nItF] n. ()
1:

nichechine(n. ) (
)

obverse

[5Rbv\:s] n.
1:

obverseobserve(v. )

2:

obverseob()+verse(=turn )

:
ode

overt

pact

reverse(n. )verbose(a. )

[EJd] n.
1:

odedoe(n. )

bode(v. )code(n. )

[EJ5v\:t] a.
1:

overtvoter(n. )

covert(a. )

[pAkt] n.
1:

pactcapt(

:
pale

[peIl] n.
1:

contract(n. )
()
paleleap(v. )

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:
pan

apple(n. )

[pAn] v.
1:

pannap(n. /v. )

panel

[5pAn(E)l] n.
1:

pare

parley

panelplane(n. )

[peE] v. ()
1:

parepear(n. )

rape(v. )

[5pB:lI] n. /v.
1:

parleyreplay(v. )

parliament(n. )player(n. )
pearly(a. )

peek

perverse

[pi:k] v.
1:

peekkeep(v. )

leer(v. )

[pE5v\:s] a.
1:

perversepreserve(v. )

2:

perverseper()+vers(=vert=to turn )+e


turned the wrong way

:
pest

pied

reverse(n. )persevere(v. )

[pest] n.
1:

peststep(n. )

2:

pest

past(a. )bug(v. )

[paId] a.

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piedpedi( )

[pIE] n.
1:

pierripe(a. )

:
pincers

pliers(n. )

[5pInsEz] n.
1:

pincersprinces(pl. )

:
pique

tongs(n. )

[pi:k] n. ()
1:

piqueequip(v. )

2:

piquequip(n. )

:
pistol

rage(v. )

[5pIst(E)l] n.
1:

pistolpilots(pl. )

:
pleat

pliers

postal(a. )rifle(n. )

[pli:t] n. ()
1:

pleatplate(n. )

crease(n. )

[5plaIEz] n.
1:

pliersperils(pl. )

:
ploy

slipper(n. )players(n. )

[plCI] n.
1:

ploypoly( )

2:

ployplay()

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:

deploy(v. )employ(v. )pylon(n.


)polygamy(n. )

pot

[pRt] n.
1:

pottop(a. )

prey

[preI] n.
1:

preypyre(n. )

:
prig

predator(n. )

[prI^] n.
1:

priggrip(v. )

:
psalm

brag(v. )

[sB:m] n.
1:

psalmpalms(pl. )

:
pyre

plasma(n. )sample(n. )

[5paIE] n.
1:

pyreprey(n. )

rail

ram

2:

pyrephyrefyrefire(n. )

empyrean(n. )

[reIl] v.
1:

railliar(n. )

lair(n. )trail(n. )

[rAm] n.
1:

v.

ramarm(n. )

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95

mar(v. )ewe(n. )goat(n. )

[5rAmb(E)l] n. /v.
1:

ramblemarble(n. )

amble(v. )gamble(v. )rabble(n.


)

rapt

[rApt] a.
1:

rapttrap(n. )

rate

[reit] v.
1:

rebuff

ratetear(n. )

[rI`bQf] v.
1:

rebuffbuffer(n. )

rebut

[rI5bQt] v.
1:

rebutbrute(n. )

:
recital

[rI5saIt(E)l] n.
1:

reclaim

tuber(n. )butter(n. )
recitalarticle(n. )

[rI5kleIm] v. ()
1:

reclaimmiracle(n. )

recount

[rI5kaJnt] v.
1:

recountcounter(n. )

reel

[ri:l] n.
1:

reelleer(v. )

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:
regal

rescind

scroll(n. )roll(v. )real(a.)

[5ri:^(E)l] a.
1:

regallarge(a. )

glare(v. )

[rI5sInd] v.
1:

rescinddiscern(v. )

reserved

[rI5z\:vd] a.
1:

reservedreversed(a. )

:
resigned

loquacious(a. )

[rI5zaInd] a.
1:

resigneddesigner(n. )

:
rife

rite

rivel

rivet

insubordinate(a. )

[raIf] a. []
1:

rifefire(n. )

rifle(n. )prevailing(a. )

[raIt] n. ()
1:

ritetire(v. )

write(v. )trite(a. )tier(n. )

[5rIvEl] v.
1:

rivelliver(n. )

rival(v. )rumple(v. )

[5rIvIt] n.

v.

1:

rivetverti( )

2:

rivetrivetsstrive(v. )

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roost

roster

[ru:st] v. n.
1:

roostroots(pl. )

2:

roost

torso(n. )store(n. )

[5rRstE(r)] n.
1:

rostersorter(n. )

2:

rosterstore(n. )

resort(n. )trouser(a. )
rooster(n. )

rout

[raJt] n.
1:

routtour(n. )

:
rove

route(n. )routine(n. )

[rEJv] v.
1:

roveover(adv. )

drove(n. )grove(n. )prove(v.


)

rowdy

[5raJdI] a.
1:

rowdywordy(a. )

2:

rowdyrowd(v. )+y
rowdcrowd(n. )

rumble

[5rQmb(E)l] v.
1:

rumblelumber(n. )

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:
ruse

sabre

sacred

grumble(v. )

[`rU:s] n.

a.

1:

rusesure(a. )

2:

ruseuser(n. )

peruse(v. )

[5seIbE] n. ()
1:

sabrebears(pl. )

2:

sabrebrass(n. )

3:

sabre.mpg

sober(a. )

[5seIkrId] a.
1:

sacredscared(a. )

:
saddle

sag

secret(a. )

[5sAd(E)l] n.
1:

saddleaddles(v. )

waddle(v. )rein(n. )

[sA^] v. ()
1:

saggas(n. )

sage

[seIdV] n.

a.

1:

sageages(pl. )

sagacious(a. )stage(n.
)

salve

[`sAlvI] n. v.
1:

salveslave(n. )

2:

salvesolve(v. )

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:
sanity

unguent(n. )

[5sAnItI] n.
1:

sanitysatiny(a. )

2:
sate

sanitysane(a. )+ity

[seIt] vt.
1:

sateseat(n. )

2:

sateeats(v. )

saturnalia

eats eat

east(n. )satisfy(v. )

[sAtE5neIlIE] n.
1:

saturnalia Australian(n. )
( 2000 )

:
saw

scalp

bacchanalia(n. )

[sC:] n.
1:

sawwas(vbl. )

sawdust(n. )

[skAlp] n.
1:

v. ()

scalpclaps(v. )

:
scamper

skull(n. )

[5skAmpE] v.
1:

scampercampers(pl. )
()

scant

[skAnt] a.

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1:

scantcants(pl. )

2:

scantscent(n. )

: scan(v. )
scarp

[skB:p] n.
1:

scarpscrap(n. )

:
scathe

crag(n. )

[skeIT] n. /v.
1:

scathechaste(a. )

:
scent

scythe(n. )

[sent] n.
1:

scentcents(pl. )

: ascent(n. )scant(a. )
sceptre

[5septE] n.
1:

sceptrerespect(n. )

:
scion

specter(n. )mace(n. )

[5saIEn] n.
1:

scioncoins(pl. )

score

scorn

[skC:] n.
1:

scorecores(pl. )

movement(n. )

[skC:n] n. /v.
1:

scrawl

scorncorns(pl. )

[skrC:l] v. ()
1:

scrawlcrawls(v. )

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:
scuttle

sprawl(n. )

[5skQt(E)l] v.
1:

scuttlecuttles(pl. )

seam

[si:m] v.
1:

n.

seamsame(a. )

:
sear

mesa(n. )steam(n. )

[sIE] v.
1:

searears(pl. ) (
)

:
seminar

shear(v. )smear(v. )

[5semInB:] n.
1:

seminarremains(n. )

sere

[sIE] a.
1:

sereseer(n. )

serrated

[sE5reItId] a.
1:

serratedarrested(a. )
(
)

shear

[FIE] v. ()
1:

shearshare(v. )

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:
shingle

hares(pl. )

[5FIN^(E)l] n.
1:

shingleEnglish(n. )

:
shrine

single(a. )

[FraIn] n.
1:

shrineshiner(n. )

sidle

[5saId(E)l] v. ()
1:

sidleslide(v. )

sift

[sIft] v.
1:

siftfits(v. )

sinecure

2:

siftshift(n. )

stiff(a. )

[5saInIkjJE] n.
1:

sinecureinsecure(a. )

2:

sinecure sine(=without)+cure( )
without cure of souls

sinew

siren

[5sInju:] n.
1:

sinewwines(pl. )

swine(n. )

[5saIErEn] n.
1:

sirenrisen(a. )

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103

rinse(v. )

[skeIn] n. ()
1:

skeinNikes(pl. )

slake

[sleIk] v. ()
1:

slakelakes(pl. )

:
slate

snake(n. )

[sleIt] n. []

v.

1:

slatesteal(v. )

least(a. ) stale(a. )
candiditure(n. )

slick

[slIk] a.
1:

slink

[slINk] v.
1:

slit

sliver

sloop

slicklicks(v. )
slinklinks(v. )

[slIt] v.

n.

1:

slitlist(v. )

silt(n. )flit(v. )

[5slIvE] n.

v.

1:

sliversilver(n. )

2:

sliverlivers(pl. )

[slu:p] n.
1:

slooppools(pl. )

spool(n. ) dinghy(n. )
shallop(n. )

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slumber

slut

[5slQmbE] n. /v.
1:

slumberlumbers(pl. )

slumberous(a. )

[slQt] n.
1:

slutlust(n. )

2:
smear

smother

slut.mpg

[smIE(r)] v.

n.

1:

smearmares(pl. )

2:

smear.mpg

[5smQTE] v. ()
1:

smothermothers(pl. )

2:
smug

smother.mpg

[smQ^] a.
1:

smuggums(pl. )

:
snatch

[snAtF] n. /v.
1:

sneak

snatchstanch(v. )

[sni:k] v.
1:

sneaksnake(n. )

:
snip

snoop

sneaking(a. )

[snIp] v.
1:

snipspin(v. )

pins(pl. )

[snu:p] v. n.

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105

1:

snoopspoon(n. )

peek(v. )

[snQb] v.
1:

snubbuns(pl. )

:
snug

[snQ^] a.
1:

sober

snob(n. )
snugguns(n. )

[5sEJbE] a.
1:

soberrobes(pl. )

2:

sober.mpg

sobriety(n. )bores(pl.
)somber(a. )

somatic

[sE5mAtIk] a.
1:

spark

somaticatomics(n. )

[spB:k] n.
1:

sparkparks(pl. )

sparse

[spB:s] a.
1:

sparsespears(pl. )

2:
spat

spate

sparse

[spAt] n.
1:

spatpast(a. )

spit(n. )

[speIt] n.
1:

spatetapes(pl. )

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2:

spatepaste(n. )

3:

spatespit(n. )

spear

specter

[spIE] n.

v.

1:

spearspare(a. )

nib(n. )

[5spektE] n.
1:

specterrespect(n. )

2:

specterspect(=to look at, view)+er

spectral(a. ) sceptre(n. )
apparition(n. )phantom(n. )
wraith(n. )

spool

stab

stain

[spu:l] n.
1:

spoolloops(pl. )

sloop(n. )

[stAb] n. /v.
1:

stabbats(pl. )

2:

stab.mpg

[steIn] v.
1:

n.

stainSaint(n. )

:
stake

strain(v. )sustain(v. )

[steIk] n.
1:

stakesteak(n. )

2:

stakeskate(v. )

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take(v. )

[steIl] a.
1:

stalesteal(v. )

:
stalk

[stC:k] v.
1:

least(a. )slate(n. )
()
stalktalks(v. )

2:
stanch

staple

stalk.mpg

[stAntF] v.
1:

stanchsnatch(v. )

stench(n. )

[5steIp(E)l] n.
1:

staplepastel(n. )

:
stapler

stable(a. )

[5steIplE] n.
1:

staplerplaster(n. )

2:
starch

staplerstaple(v. )+er

[stB:tF] n.
1:

starchcharts(pl. )

steer

[stIE] n.
1:

steertrees(pl. )

2:

steerterse(a. )

reset(v. )ram(n. )

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stencil

[5stens(E)l] n. ()
1:

stink

stride

v.

stencilclients(pl. )

[stINk] v. n.
1:

stinkknits(v. )

[straId] v.
1:

stridedriest(a. )

:
strident

[5straIdEnt] a.
1:

stridenttridents(pl. )

:
strife

[straIf] n.
1:

strifesifter(n. )

2:
stripe

strifestrive(v. )

[straIp] n.
1:

stripepriest(n. )

stud

stun

[stQd] n.
1:

studdust(n. )

2:

stud.mpg

[stQn] v.
1:

stunnuts(a. )

:
succor

stunt(n. )

[5sQkE] n. /v.

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succoroccurs(v. )

sue

swine

[sU:] v.
1:

sueuse(v. )

2:

sue

3:

sue.mpg

slue(v. )sure(a. )rue(v. )

[swaIn] n.
1:

swinewines(pl. )

2:

swineswan(n. )

:
tacit

sinew(n. )

[5tAsIt] a.
1:

tacitattic(n. )

tan

[tAn] v.
1:

tanant(n. )

tassel

teem

2:

tan

tanner(n. )tan hides()

[5tAs(E)l] n.

1:

tasselsteals(v. )

2:

tassel

fringe(n. )

[ti:m] v. ()
1:

teemmeet(n. )

team(n. )esteem(v. )

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tenor

[5tenE(r)] n.
1:

tenornoter(n. )

toner(n. ) rotten(a. )
soprabo(n. )

tentative

[5tentEtIv] a.
1:

tentativeattentive(a. )

testament

[5testEmEnt] n.
1:

testamentstatement(n. )

thaw

[WC:] v.
1:

thawwhat(pron. )What is thawing


()

toady

[5tEJdI] n.
1:

toadytoday(n. )

2:

toady

:
tow

treatise

tardy(a. )

[tEJ] n. /v.
1:

towtwo(num. )

2:

tow

tow car(n. )

[5tri:tIs] n.
1:

treatisetreaties(pl. )

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111

disquisition(n. )

[5traIf(E)l] n.
1:

triflelifter(n. )

:
trig

filter(n. )

[trI^] a.
1:

triggrit(v. )

2:
truss

tub

trig

[trQs] n.
1:

trussrusts(v. )

trust(n. )

[tQb] n.
1:

tubbut(adv. )
(Its nothing but a tub)

2:
tuber

tub.mpg tub1.mpg

[5tju:bE] n.
1:

tuberbrute(n. )
()

:
ulcer

rebut(v. )

[5QlsE] n.
1:

ulcercruel(a. )

ursine

2:

ulcer.mpg

lucre(n. )

[5\:saIn] n.
1:

ursineinsure(v. )

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:
veal

urine(v. /n. )

[vi:l] n.
1:

veallave(v. )

2:
veer

veil

vealvalue(n. )

[vIE] v. ()
1:

veerever(adv. )

swerve(v. )

[veIl] n.
1:

veillive(v. )

:
verse

evil(a. )vile(a. )

[v\:s] n.
1:

verseserve(v. )

:
veto

[5vi:tEJ] n. /v.
1:

vile

terse(a. )
vetovote(v. )

[vaIl] a.
1:

vilelive(v. )

waddle

evil(a. )veil(n. )

[5wRd(E)l] v. ()
1:

waddledawdle(v. )

:
warden

twaddle(v. )wade(v. )

[5wC:d(E)n] n.

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wardenwarned(a. )

2:
warp

warden. mpg

[wC:p] n. /v.
1:

warpwrap(v. )

:
wasp

weird

prawn(n. )

[wRsp] n.
1:

waspswap(v. )

2:

wasp.mpg

waspish(a. )

[wIEd] a.
1:

weirdwider(a. )

whit

2:

weird.mpg

wired(a. )

[wIt] n.
1:

woe

wreathe

whitwithwith a whit

[wEJ] n.
1:

woeowe(v. )

woeful(a. )

[ri:T] v. ...
1:

wreatheweather(n. )

:
yap

wreath(n. )

[jAp] n. /v. ()
1:

yappay(v. )

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:
yoke

[jEJk] n.
1:

zeal

bark(v. )
yokeokey(int. )Okey

[zi:l] n.
1:

zeallaze(n. )

zealous(a. )zealot(n. )
lazy(a. )

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pare sparepear spear


(GRE )

cant (cant)fiend (friend)prate (pirate)


shirk (shark)

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116
abeyance

[E5beIEns] n.
1:

abeyanceaberrance(n. )

aberrance ab(=away )+err(=wander


)+ance

:
abide

abeyant(a. )

[E5baId] v.
1:

abideabode(n. )

2:
abode

abide ""

[E5bEJd] n. []
1:

abodebode(v. )

:
abolition

abut

adobe(n. )

[AbE5lIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

abolitioncoalition(n. )

2:

abolition ""

oblivion(n. )abolish(v. )

[E5bQt] v.
1:

abutabout(adv. )

:
accost

abet(v. )bout(n. )

[E`kCst] v. () ()
1:

accostcoast(n. )

acorn

[5eIkC:n] n.
1:

acornadorn(v. )

2:

acorna()+corn(n. )

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acoustic

[E5ku:stIk] a.
1:

acousticcaustic(a. )

2:

acoustican acoustic nerve ()


acoustic waves ()

addle

[5Ad(E)l] v.
1:

addlelead(v. )

2:

addle ""

addled(v. )lead(n. )
addlbrained(a. )saddle(n.
)waddle(v. )

aeon

[5i:En] n. []
1:

aeonpaean(n. )

alley

2:

aeon ""

alone(a. )

[5AlI] n.
1:

alleyvalley(n. )

2:

alley.mpg

ally(n. )alloy(n. )galley(n.


)

almond

[5B:mEnd] n.
1:

almondmondial(a. )

salmon(n. )diamond(n. )

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118
ample

[5Amp(E)l] a.
1:

amplesample(n. )

amplify(v. )amble(v. )maple(n.


)

amulet

anagram

[5AmjJlIt] n.
1:

amuletemulate(v. )

2:

amulet.mpg

talisman(n. )

[5AnE^rAm] n.
1:

anagrammanager(n. )

2:

anagramana(=upback)+gram(=letter
)

:
anguish

charades(n. )

[5ANgwIF] n. () ()
1:

anguishlanguish(v. )

ankle

anodyne

2:

anguish.mpg

garnish(v. )agony(n. )

[5ANk(E)l] n.
1:

anklelank(a. )

2:

ankleuncle(n. )

angle(n. )rankle(v. )

[5AnEJdaIn] n.
1:

anodyneanyone(n. )

2:

anodyne an(=without )+odyne(=pain

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:

painkiller(n. )sedative(n.
)tranquilizer(n. )

antic

[5AntIk] a.
1:

anticattic(n. )

2:

antic anti(=ante=before

)+ic

something ancient
:
anvil

antique(a. )

[5AnvIl] n.
1:

anviluntil(prep. ...)

:
apron

vanilla(n. )villain(n. )

[5eIprEn] n.
1:

apronprone(a. )

:
aria

smock(n. )

[5B:rIE] n. []
1:

ariaMaria(n. )

:
augury

area(n. )

[5C:^jJrI] n.
1:

auguryangry(a. )

2:

augury augur(n.

v.

)+y
:

auspice(n. )omen(n.
)

avarice

[5AvErIs] n.

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1:

avaricevariance(n. )
()

:
aver

greed(n. )

[E5v\:] v. [] ()
1:

aversaver(n. )

2:

avera+ver(=true )

belie(v. )rave(v. )
waver(v. )

avert

[E5v\:t] v.
1:

avertalert(a. )

avid

2:

averta+vert(=to turn )

parry(v. )

[5AvId] a.
1:

avidDavid(n. )

avoid(v. )pavid(a. )Vida(n.


)

axiom

[5AksIEm] n.
1:

axiomatom(n. )

axiomatic(a. )maxim(n.
)

axle

[5Aks(E)l] n. []
1:

axlerelax(v. )

:
bacon

axis(n. )

[5beIkEn] n.
1:

baconcarbon(n. )

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121

2:

bacon.mpg

cabin(n. )baron(n. )beacon(n.

)
[bAf(E)l] v.
1:

bafflebattle(n. )

affable(a. ) babble(v. )
confuse(v. )bewilder(v. )

bald

bale

balk

balm

banal

bane

banter

[bC:ld] a.
1:

baldbold(a. )

ribald(a. )blade(n. )

[beIl] n.
1:

balelabel(n. )

bail(v. )

[bC:lk] v.
1:

balkblock(v. )

obstruct(v. )thwart(v. )

[bB:m] n. ()
1:

balmblame(v. )

calm(a. )

[bE5nB:l] a.
1:

banalcanal(n. )

hackneyed(a. )trite(a. )

[beIn] n.
1:

banebone(n. )

bean(n. )urbane(a. )

[5bAntE] n. ()

v. ()

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1:

banterbanker(n. )

banner(n. ) barter(v. )
badinage(n. / v. )jest(v.
)mock(v. )

barge

[bB:dV] n.
1:

bargelarge(a. )

2:

barge ""

grab(v. )badge(n. )budge(v.


)vessel(n. )dinghy(n. )
skiff(n. )tugboat(n. )
yacht(n. )

barn

[bB:n] n.
1:

barnborn(vbl. )

2:

barn.mpg

burn(v. )brain(n. )granary(n.


)

barter

[5bB:tE] v.
1:

barterbeater(n. )

2:

barterbanter(v. )

bask

bauble

[bB:sk(?@)bAsk] v.
1:

baskbasket(n. )

bake(v. )task(n. )

[5bC:b(E)l] n. ()

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baublebubble(n. )

:
bazar

babble(v. )trinket(n. )

[bE5zB:] n. ()
1: bazarbizarre(a. )
2: bazar ""

beatify

[bi:5AtIfaI] v.
1:

beatifybeautify(v. )

beaver

2:

beatifybeati(=to bless )+fy

beatitude(n. )

[`bi:vE] n.
1:

beaverbereave(v. )

:
benign

beater(n. )brave(a. )

[bI5naIn] a.
1:

benignbeing(n. )

2:

benign

ben(=bene=well)+ign(=gign=to

produce)
:
bile

bland

begin(v. )

[baIl] n.
1:

bilemobile(a. )

choler(n. )gall(n. )

[blAnd] a.
1:

blandblind(a. )

2:

blandblend(v. )

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:
blare

blond(a. )

[bleE] v.
1:

blarebarely(adv. )

blench

2:

blare ""

barrel(n. )rabble(n. )

[blentF] v.
1:

blenchblanch(v. )

boggle(v. )flinch(v.
)

blithe

[blaIT] a.
1:

blithelithe(a. )

blotto

[5blRtEJ] a.
1:

blottobottle(n. )

bode

bogus

[bEJd] v.
1:

bodebold(a. )

forebode(v. )abode(n. )

[5bEJ^Es] a.
1:

bogusbonus(n. )

counterfeit(a. )fake(a.
)forged(a. )phoney(a. )
sham(a. )spurious(a. )

bolt

[bEJlt] n. v.
1:

boltbelt(n. )

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booze

2:

bolt

blot(n. )

[bu:z] n.
1:

boozeooze(v. )

2:
boulder

booze.mpg

[`bEJldE] n.
1:

boulderbuilder(n. )

shoulder(n. )bolder(a. )
blunder(n. )

bouquet

[bu:5keI] n.
1:

bouquetbanquet(n. )

2:

bouquetbou()+quet()

:
bout

boudoir(n. )tourniquet(n. )

[baJt] n.
1:

boutabout(adv. )

bower

boycott

2:

boutboat(n. )

rout(v. )abut(v. )

[5baJE] n.
1:

bowertower(n. )

bowler(n. )power(n. )

[5bCIkRt] v.
1:

boycottboyscout(n. )

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2:
bridle

bristle

[5braId(E)l] n.

v.

1:

bridlebride(n. )

girdle(n. )rein(n. )

[5brIs(E)l] n. ()
1:

broach

boycott.mpg

bristlebrittle(a. )

[brEJtF] v. ()
1:

broachbreach(n. )

2:

broachbranch(n. )

bromide

[5brEJmaId] n.
1:

bromidemorbid(a. )

brook

[brJk] v. []
1:

brookbroke(a. )

abide(v. )tolerate(v.
)

budge

[bQdV] v.
1:

budgebudget(n. )

judge(v. )badge(n. )bulge(v.


)

bullion

[5bJlIEn] n.
1:

bullionbillion(n. )


:
bum

bunco

gem(n. )

[bQm] a.
1:

bumalbum(n. )

bump(v. )

[`bQNkEJ] n. / v. ()
1:

burrow

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buncobounce(v. )

[5bQrEJ] n. ()
1:

v.

burrowborrow(v. )

bust

2:

burrow ""

furrow(n. )

[bQst] n.
1:

bustbest(a. )

robust(a. )burst(v. )buxom(a.


)

byre

[5baIE] n.
1:

byrebuyer(n. )

coop(n. )fold(n. )

cactus

[5kAktEs] n.
1:

cactuscaucus(n. )

calamity

2:

cactus.mpg

cautious(a. )caustic(a. )

[kE5lAmItI] n.
1:

calamityclimate(n. )

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calcify

2:

calamity.mpg

calamitous(a. )

[5kAlsIfaI] v.
1:

calcifyclarify(v. )

canard

2:

calcifycalci()+fy

calcium(n. )

[k\:5nB:d] n.
1:

canardCanada(n. )

canon

cant

[5kAnEn] n.
1:

canoncannon(n. )

CANON

canonical(a. )

[kAnt] n.
1:

cantcan't(=can not )

:
captious

scant(a. )jargon(n. )

[5kApFEs] a.
1:

captiouscautious(a. )

2:

captiouscaptain(n. )

:
careen

carouse

fastidious(a. )fussy(a. )

[kE5ri:n] v. ()
1:

careenscreen(n. )

lurch(v. )

[kE5raJz] n.

v.


1:

129

carousearouse(v. )

2:

carousecoarse(a. )+course(n. )

carousal(n. )raucous(a.
)grouse(n. )

caste

[kB:st] n.
1:

cater

castecastle(n. )

[5keItE] v.
1:

catereater(n. )

caret(n. )crate(n. )react(v.


)trace(v. )

caucus

[5kC:kEs] n. ()
1:

caucuscactus(n. )

:
cavil

celibate

accuse(v. )coax(v. )

[5kAvIl] v.
1:

cavilcivil(a. )

anvil(n. )

[5selIbEt] n.

a.

1:

celibate celebrate(v. )

:
censor

delicate(a. )

[5sensE] v.
1:

censorsensor(n. )

GRE

130
:
censure

censorship(n. )

[5senFE] n. /v.
1:

censureensure(v. )

chaff

chagrin

[tFB:f;(?@)tFAf] n.
1:

chaffhalf(n. )

chef(n. )chuff(n. )

[5FA^rIn(?@)FE5^ri:n] n.
1:

v.

chagrincharging(n. )

charades

[FE5reIdz] n. ()
1:

charadesarcade(n. )

charisma

2:

charade.mpg

anagram(n. )rebus(n. )

[kE5rIzmE] n.
1:

charismachairman(n. )

2:

charismaChristmas(n. )

charter

3:

charismacharm (n. )

charismatic(a. )

[5tFB:tE] n.
1:

chartercharpter(n. )

chassis

[5FAsI] n. ()
1:

chassisbasis(n. )


chaste

131

[tFeIst] a. ()
1:

chastechest(n. )

chasten

2:

chastecheats(n. )

scathe(v. )

[5tFeIs(E)n] v. ()
1:

chastenchaste(=pure )+en

2:

chastenhasten(v. )

chef

chide

chimera

[Fef] n.
1:

chefchief(a. )

2:

chef.mpg

[tFaId] v.
1:

chidechild(n. )

hide(v. )

[kaI`mIErE] n.

1:

chimeracamera(n. )

:
chine

chop

chimerical(a. )

[5tFaIn] n.
1:

chineChina(n. )

niche(n. )

[tFRp] v. ()
1:

chopepoch(n. )

2:

chop.mpg

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:
chorus

swerve(v. )veer(v. )

[5kC:rEs] n.
1:

choruscorpus(n. )

:
cleaver

choir(n. )

[5kli:vE] n.
1:

cleaverclever(a. )

clement

2:

cleavercleave(v. )+er

reveal(v. )

[5klemEnt] a.
1 clementelement(n. )

clot

inclement(a. )

[klRt] n. ()

v. ()

1:

clotcloth(n. )

2:

clot " lot(n. )"

:
clout

cloy

colt(n. )clout(n. )

[klaJt] n. ()
1:

cloutcloth(n. )

clot(n. )occult(a. )

[klCI] v. ()
1:

cloyclay(n. )

cloying

[`klRIIN] a. ()
1:

cloyingclosing(a. )

133

coffer

[5kRfE] n.
1:

cofferoffer(v. )

officer(n. )coffin(n. )coffee(n.


)force(v. )

collage

[5kRlB:V(?@)kE5lB:V] n.
1:

collagecollege(n. )

2:
comport

collagecoll(=to glue )+age

[kEm5pC:t] v.
1:

comportcomfort(a. )

2:

comport com(=together)+port(=to carry)

con

connive

[kRn] v.
1:

conicon(n. )

peruse(v. )

[kE5naIv] v.
1:

conniveconvince(v. )

coop

corpus

[ku:p] n.
1:

coopcoup(n. )

byre(n. )fold(n. )

[5kC:pEs] n. ()
1:

corpuschorus(n. )

spruce(n. )

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134
corral

[kE5rB:l] n.
1:

corralcoral(n. )

oracle(n. )byre(n. )fold(n.


)

cosset

[5kRsIt] v.
1:

cossetcloset(n. )

:
covet

mollycoddle(v. )pamper(v. )

[5kQvIt] v.
1:

covetcomet(n. )

:
cozen

covert(a. )

[`kEJzEn] v.
1:

cozendozen(n. )

:
crab

coax(v. )

[krAb] n.
1:

crabbrace(n. )

:
crag

crabbed(a. )

[krA^] n.
1:

craggrace(n. ) ()
()

cram

2:

cragrag(n. )

scarp(n. )craggy(a. )

[krAm] v. ()
1:

cramcream(n. )

cramp

2:

cram.mpg

crime(n. )

135

[krAmp] n.
1:

crampcamper(n. )

:
crate

crater

craven

clamp(n. )

[kreIt] n.
1:

cratecreate(v. )

2:

cratetrace(v. )

react(v. )caret(n. )

[5kreItE] n.
1:

craterterrace(n. )

creator(n. )

[5kreIv(E)n] a.
1:

cravencavern(n. )

crayon

[5kreIEn] n. ()
1:

crayoncanyon(n. )

2:
crease

crayon. mpg

[kri:s] n. ()
1:

creaseincrease(v. )

:
creek

cretin

pleat(n. )crumple(v. )

[kri:k] n.
1:

creekGreek(a. )

cheek(n. )crook(v. )

[5kretIn;(?@)5kri:tn] n.

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136
1:

cretincertain(a. )

2:

cretincretinscistern(n. )

3:
cringe

cretin. mpg

[krIndV] v.
1:

cringecrying(a. )

2:

cringecaring(n. )

:
crinkle

crook

fringe(n. )

[5krINk(E)l] n.

v.

1:

crinklewrinkle(n. )

pucker(v. )ruffle(v. )

[krJk] v. ()
1:

crookcooker(n. )

crumb

[krQm] n.
1:

crumbcumber(v. )

crumple

cub

cumber

[5krQmp(E)l] v.
1:

crumplerumple(v. )

crumble(v. )

[kQb] n.
1:

cubclub(n. )

curb(n. )

[5kQmbE] v.
1:

cumberlumber(v. )


2:

137

cumbercrumb(n. )

cur

[k\:] n.
1:

curcurse(v. )

occur(v. )cure(v. )mongrel(n.


)

curt

cypress

[k\:t] a. ()
1:

curtcourt(n. )

curtail(v. )

[5saIprEs] n. []
1:

cypressCyprus(n. )

:
dainty

pine(n. )

[5deIntI] n.
1:

a.

daintydirty(a. )

dally

[5dAlI] v.
1:

dallydolly(n. )

dandy

2:

dallydaily(adv. )

dalliance(n. )

[5dAndI] n.
1:

dandydaddy(n. )

dandified(a. )fop(n.
)

dart

[dB:t] n.
1:

v.

darttrade(n. )

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138
:
decry

defile

dirt(n. )tardy(a. )

[dI5kraI] v. () ()
1:

decrycried(vbl. )

descry(v. )

[di:5faIl] v.
1:

n. ()

defilefield(n. )

:
delirious

foul(v. )soil(v. )smear(v. )

[dI5lIrIEs] a.
1:

deliriousdelicious(a. )

2:

delirious de(=away)+lir(=line
)+ious

delirium(n. )deranged(a.
)insane(a. )

delve

dent

[delv] v.
1:

delvedive(v. )

2:

delvedwell(v. )

[dent] n.

v.

1:

dentevident(a. )

2:

denttend(v. )

:
denture

dentist(n. )

[5dentFE] n.
1:

dentureturned(vbl. )

:
deportment

toupee(n. )wig(n. )

[dI5pC:tmEnt] n.


1:

139

deportmentdepartment(n. )

dimple

2:

deportmentdeport(v. )+ment

comportment(n. )

[5dImp(E)l] n.
1:

dimplesimple(a. )

:
din

disciple

douse

[dIn] n.
1:

dindine(v. )

2:

dinding ""

[dI5saIp(E)l] n.
1:

discipledispel(v. )

discipline(n. )

[daJs] v. ...
1:

dousemouse(n. )

2:

dousedo+use(v. )

:
drab

dregs

droll

souse(v. )

[drAb] a.
1:

drabbread(n. )

2:

drab ""

[dre^z] n.
1:

dregsdrugs(pl. )

slag(n. )

[drEJl] a.
1:

drolldrill(n. )

drollery(n. )dollar(n. )drool(v.

GRE

140

)
dross

dunce

[drRs(?@)drC:s] n. []
1:

drossdress(n. )

slag(n. )

[dQns] n.
1:

duncedance(n. )

:
duress

dolt(n. )

[djJE5res] n.
1:

duressrudeness(n. )

:
dynamite

durable(a. )

[5daInEmaIt] n.
1:

dynamitedaytime(n. )

:
eaves

eclectic

[i:vz] pl.
1:

eavesleaves(pl. )

2:

eavessave(v. )

[I5klektIk] a.
1:

eclecticelectric(a. )

:
eclogue

eclecticism(n. )

[5eklR^] n.
1:

ecloguecolleague(n. )

:
elastic

glucose(n. )

[I5lAstIk] a.


1:
elated

141

elasticplastic(n. )

[I`leItId] a.
1:

elatedrelated(a. )

:
elation

dilate(v. )

[I5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

elationrelation(n. )

:
elite

[eI5li:t] n.
1:

elitetile(n. ) ()

:
elm

endue

title(n. )elitism(n. )

[elm] n.
1:

elmhelm(n. )

birch(n. )willow(n. )

[In5dju:] v. ()
1:

endueendure(v. )

2:

endue en(=into)+due(=duce=to lead) to


lead into

3:

enduebe endued with wisdom()

dune(n. )dune(a. )subdue(v.


)

enigma

[I5nI^mE] n.

GRE

142
1:

enigmameaning(n. )

2:

enigmaimagine(v. )

anagram(n. )rebus(n. )
riddle(n.)charades(n. )

ensign

[5ensaIn] n.
1:

ensignengines(pl. )

:
epaulet

pennant(n. )insignia(n. )

[5epElet] n. ()
1:

epauletamulet(n. )

2:

epauletepaule(=shoulder )+et

:
epic

[5epIk] n.
1:

epicure

emulate(v. )palette(n. )
epicpiece(n. )

[5epIkjJE] n.
1:

epicurepicture(n. )

:
epistle

gourmet(n. )

[I5pIs(E)l] n. ()
1:

epistlepistol(n. )

:
epoch

stipple(v. )

[5epEk] n.
1:

epochchop(v. )


2:

143

epochhcopehe(pron. )+cope(v. )

equine

[5i:kwaIn] a.
1:

equineunique(a. )

2:

equineequ(=horse )+ine

colt(n. )filly(n. )foal(n.


)mare(n. )mule(n.
)mustang(n. )pony(n.
)stallion(n. )steed(n.
)stud(n. )

even

[5i:v(E)n] a.
1:

ewe

exemption

evenseven(num. )

[ju:] n.
1:

eweeye(n. )

2:

ewe.mpg

ram(n. )goat(n. )

[I^`zempFEn] n.
1:

exemptionexception(n. )

2:
exert

extant

exemptionexempt(v. )+ion

[I^5z\:t] v. () ()
1:

exertexpert(n. )

2:

exertex+sert(=to join )

inert(a. )

[ek5stAnt] a. ()
1:

extantsextant(n. )

GRE

144

2:

extantext(=exist )+ant

fad

[fAd] n.
1:

fadfade(n. )

faddish(a. )fashion(n.
)vogure(n. )

fag

[fA^] v. n.
1:

fagfig(n. ) (
)

2:

fag=fact=to do
factoryfact()+ory

falter

3:

fag.mpg

slog(v. )toil(v. )

[5fC:ltE(r)] v.
1:

falterflatter(v. )

farce

stammer(v. )stutter(v. )

[fB:s] n.
1:

farceforce(n. )

fawn

2:

farce ""

facer(n. )

[fC:n] v.
1:

fawnpawn(n. )

145

:
feign

fawning(a. )

[feIn] v.
1:

feignforeign(a. )

:
feint

feigned(a. )

[feInt] n. /v.
1:

feintfaint(v. )

feline

[5fi:laIn] a.
1:

felinefeeling(n. )
?

2:
fell

fester

felinefel(=cat )+ine

[fel] n.
1:

fellfill(v. )

hide(n. )

[5festE(r)] v.
1:

festerfaster(a. )

:
fetish

fiend

foster(v. )

[5fetIF] n.
1:

fetishfattish(a. )

shift(n. )icon(n. )idol(n. )

[fi:nd] n.
1:

fiendfriend(n. ) (
)

fined(a. )goblin(n.
)

GRE

146
fig

filch

[fI^] n.
1:

figgift(n. )

fag(v. )

[fIltF] v. ()
1:

filchfilth(n. )

2:

filchfilch apples from a fruit stall (


)

: fetch(v. )flinch(v. )
filth

[fIlW] n.
1:

filth fifth(a. )
()

flag

2:

filth "fill "

filthy(a. )faith(n. )

[flA^] v. () ()
1:

flail

flaglag(v. )

[fleIl] n. () v.
1:

flailfrail(a. )

:
flak

fail(v. )flair(n. )

[flAk] n.
1:

flakflake(n. )
--

:
flax

flay

mortar(n. )

[flAks] n.
1:

flaxflex(v. )

flux(n. )lax(a. )

[fleI] v.


1:

147

flayfray(n. )

fleck

2:

flayflay an ox()

lay(v. )slay(v. )

[flek] n. ()
1:

fleckflock(n. )

:
fleece

freckle(n. )

[fli:s] n. ()
1:

fleeceflees(v. )

flint

[flInt] n.
1:

flintlint(n. )

:
florid

gneiss(n. [] )

[5flRrId(?@)5flC:rId] a. ()
1:

floridFlorida(n. )

:
flounder

frolic(n. )

[5flaJndE] v.
1:

flounderfounder(n. )

fluke

flux

[flu:k] n.
1:

flukeluck(n. )

flake(n. )

[flQks] n.
1:

fluxflax(n. )

flu(n. )flex(v. )

GRE

148
foible

[5fCIb(E)l] n. ()
1:

foiblefallible(a. )
()

foil

fold

ford

forge

forge

foul

[fCIl] n.
1:

foilfail(v. )

2:

foilfoli( )

[fEJld] n.
1:

foldflood(n. )

corral(n. )coop(n. )

[fC:d] v.

n.

1:

fordafford(v. )

Ford(n. )

[fC:dV] v. ()
1:

forgegorge(n. )

forage(n. )

[fC:dV] v.
1:

forgeforage(v. )

2:

forgefor+GRE GRE

[faJl] a.

v.

1:

foulsoul(n. )

2:

foulfool(n. )+full(a. )

flout(v. )foul ball(n. )defile(v.


)

fray

[freI] v.
1:

frayfry(n. )

fray

[freI] n. /v.
1:

frayforay(v. )


:
freckle

149

flay(v. )

[5frek(E)l] n.
1:

frecklefleck(n. )flecker(n.
)freckle fleck
freckle flecker

frieze

[fri:z] n. []
1:

friezefreeze(v. )

fume

fustian

[fju:m] n. ()
1:

fumefame(n. )

perfume(n. )

[5fQstIEn;(?@)5fQstFEn] n.
1:

fustianfountain(n. )

fusty

gabble

[5fQstI] a.
1:

fustyrusty(a. )

fussy(a. )

[5^Ab(E)l] v.
1:

gabblegamble(v. )

babble(v. ) garble(v. )
gobble(v. )

gale

[^eIl] n. (7 10 8 )(
)

galley

1:

galelag(v. )

regale(v. )eagle(n. )

[`^AlI] n. ()
1:

galleygallery(n. )

GRE

150

gallop

2:

galley.mpg

allergy(n. )alley(n. )

[5^AlEp] n. /v. ()
1:

gallopgollop(v. )

:
gallows

gambol

wallop(n.

v. )

[5^AlEJz] n.
1:

gallowsallows(v. )

2:

gallows.mpg

guillotine(n. )

[5^Amb(E)l] n. /v.
1:

gambolgamble(v. )

garble

garment

[5^B:b(E)l] v.
1:

garblegamble(v. )

marble(n. )

[5^B:mEnt] n.
1:

garmentargument(n. )

garret

gauge

2:

garment.mpg

augment(v. )raiment(n. )

[5^ArIt] n.
1:

garretgreat(a. )

loft(n. )attic(n. )

[^eIdV] n.
1:

gaugegouge(n. )

2:

gauge.mpg


gem

151

[dVem] n.
1:

gemmega(n. )

germ(n. )megabit(n. )bullion(n.


)

glade

[gleId] n.
1:

gladeglad(a. )

:
glib

[^lIb] a.
1:

glisten

grade(n. )
glibglobe(n. )

[5^lIs(E)n] v.
1:

glistenlisten(v. )

gloss

glut

[^lRs] n.
1:

glossglass(n. )

gross(n. )

[^lQt] v. n.
1:

glutguttle(v. )

:
gneiss

guilt(n. )glutton(n. )

[naIs5^naIs] n. []
1:

gneissgenesis(n. )

genesisgene()+sis

:
goad

seeing(n. )flint(n. )

[^EJd] n.

v.

GRE

152
1:
gobble

goadgold(a. )

[5^Rb(E)l] v.
1:

gobbleglobe(n. )

gabble(v. )boggle(v.
)

gory

[5^C:rI] a.
1:

goryglory(n. )

gravel

2:

gorygor(n. )+y

[5^rAv(E)l] n.
1:

gravelgravely(adv. )

:
graze

grovel(v. )gavel(n. )

[^reIz] v. ()
1:

grazegaze(v. )

grill

[^rIl] v. () n.
1:

grillgirls(pl. )

2:

grillgrow(v. )+ill(a. )

grilled fish(n. )grilled eggplant(n.


)

grind

[^raInd] v.
1:

gripe

grindgrand(a. )

[^raIp] v. ()
1:

gripegrape(n. )

153

grippe

[^rIp] n. []
1:

groove

grippegripe(v. )

[^ru:v] n.
1:

groovegrove(n. )

grouse

[^rEJs] n.
1:

v.

grousearouse(v. )

:
grove

grovel

gruel

[^rEJv] n.
1:

grovegrave(n. )

glove(n. )groove(n. )

[5^rRv(E)l] v.
1:

grovelgravel(n. )

2:

grovel.mpg

[^rJEl] v.
1:

gulch

carouse(n. )

gruelglue(n. )

[^QltF] n.
1:

gulchgulf(n. )

gush

[^QF] v.
1:

gushgash(n. )

gusher

[5^QFE] v.
1:

gushershrug(v. )

gust

[^Qst] n.

GRE

154
1:

gustguest(n. )

:
guttle

guts(n. )

[`^Qtl] v.
1:

guttleglut(n. )

gyrate

[5dVaIreIt] v.
1:

haft

a.

gyrategreatly()

[hAft] n. ()
1:

hafthalf(n. )

:
hallow

shaft(n. )hilt(n. )helve(n. )

[5hAlEJ] v. ...
1:

n.

hallowshallow(a. )

hallowed(a. ) Halloween(n.
)hollow(a. )

halo

[5heIlEJ] n. () ()

1:

harness

harp

[5hB:nIs] n.

v.

1:

harnesshardness(n. )

bridle(n. )

[hB:p] n.
1:

haven

halohallo(int. )

harpsharp(a. )

[5heIv(E)n] n.
1:

havenheaven(n. )


heap

[hi:p] n. /v.
1:

heave

heel

helm

helve

155

heapcheap(a. )

[hi:v] v. ()
1:

heaveheavy(a. )

heaven(n. )behave(n. )

[hi:l] v. ()
1:

heelwheel(n. )

heal(v. )

[helm] n.
1:

helmelm(n. )

2:

helm.mpg

whelm(v. )

[helv] n.
1:

helveshelve(v. ...)

:
heresy

haft(n. )

[5herIsI] n.
1:

heresyhearsay(n. )

:
hew

heretic(n. )

[hju:] v. ()
1:

hewchew(v. )

:
hive

hook

chop(v. )

[haIv] n.
1:

hivehave(v. )

archive(n. )

[hJk] n.

GRE

156

hostage

hovel

huddle

1:

hookshook(vbl. )

[5hRstIdV] n.
1:

hostageshortage(n. )

2:

hostage.mpg

[5hRv(E)l(?@)5hRvl] n.
1:

hovelshovel(v. )

shack(n. )

[5hQdl] v.
1:

huddle hurdle(n. )

hue

hulk

[hju:] n.
1:

huehuge(a. )

rue(n. /v. )sue(v. )

[hQlk] n.
1:

hull

hull

hump

hurdle

hulkbulk(n. )

[hQl] n. () v.
1:

hullhall(n. )

shell(n. )

[hQl] n.
1:

hullhell(n. )

hill(n. )

[hQmp] n. () ()
1:

humpbump(v. )

lump(n. )

[5h\:d(E)l] n.
1:

v.

v.

hurdlehuddle(v. )

157

hurl

[h\:l] v.
1:

hurlchurl(n. )

:
idle

whirl(v. )

[5aId(E)l] a.
1:

v.

idleideal(a. )

imp

impart

[Imp] n.
1:

implimp(v. )

2:

impim()+p ""

[Im5pB:t] v.
1:

impartimport(n. )

inception

[In5sepF(E)n] n.
1:

inceptioninspection(n. )

2:

inception in(=on)+cept(=take)+ion
taking on

:
inchoate

incept(v. )

[5InkEJEt] a.
1:

inchoateanchorite(n. )

incur

[In5k\:] v.
1:

incurcuring(n. )

GRE

158
:
infest

intern

incurable(a. )

[In5fest] v. ()
1:

infestinvest(v. )

ingest(v. )

[5Int\:n] v. ()

inured

1:

internretain(v. )

internment(n. )

[I5njJEd] a.
1:

inuredinjured(a. )

invective

2:

inuredinure(v. )+ed

endure(v. )

[In5vektIv] n.
1:

invectiveinventive(a. )

:
inveigle

incentive(n. )

[In5veI^(E)l] v.
1:

inveigleveiling(n. )

2:
invoice

inveigle.mpg

[5InvCIs] n.
1:

v. ()

invoicenovice(n. )

iota

irate

[aI5EJtE] n.
1:

iotaratio(n. )

patio(n. )aorta(n. )

[aI5reIt] a.

ire

jamb

1:

iratepirate(n. )

2:

irateire(n. )+ate

iterate(v. )attire(n. )

159

[5aIE] n.
1:

irefire(n. )

pyre(n. )ireful(a. )

[dVAm] n. []
1:

jambjam(n. )

:
jest

doorjamb(n. )

[dVest] n.
1:

v.

jestjust(adv. )

jibe

jolly

[dVaIb] v.
1:

jibejob(n. )

tally(v. )

[5dVRlI] a.
1:

jollityjelly(n. )

:
knack

joy(n. )

[nAk] n.
1:

knackknock(v. )

:
knit

[nIt] v.
1:

knitknot(n. )

2:

knitknitsstink(v. )

GRE

160
knoll

[nEJl] n.
1:

knollknell(n. ) ()

:
languish

knot(n. )

[5lAN^wIF] v.
1:

languishanguish(n. )

lank

latitude

[lANk] a. () ()
1:

lankankle(n. )

2:

lankblank(a. )

[5lAtItju:d] n. ()
1:

latitudeattitude(n. )

2:

latitudelati(=wide )+tude

altitude(n. )platitude(n. )
longitude(n. )

lattice

lave

[5lAtIs] n. []
1:

latticeattic(n. )

[leIv] v.
1:

laveslave(n. )

veal(n. )leave(v. )lavatory(n.


)

lean

[li:n] v.
1:

leanlearn(v. )

clean(a. )glean(v. )lane(n.


)


lease

[li:s] v.
1:

161

n.

leaseplease(v. )

leaven

legion

lenient

2:

lease.mpg

release(v. )easel(n. )

[5lev(E)n] n. v.
1:

leaveneleven(n. )

leave(v. )

[5li:dV(E)n] n.
1:

legionregion(n. )

2:

legion. mpg

lesion(n. )

[5li:nIEnt] a.
1:

lenientLenin(n. )

2:

lenientleni(=soft )+ent

leniline(n. )

lenience(n. )salient(a.
)

lesion

[5li:V(E)n] n.
1:

lesionlesson(n. )

lethal

legion(n. )liaison(n. )

[5li:W(E)l] a.
1:

lethalhealth(n. )

2:

lethalleth(=death )+al

GRE

162

lethlith( )
:
lethargy

lethal weapon()

[5leWEdVI] n. []
1:

lethargyearthly(a. )

2:

lethargy leth(=forgetfulness
)+arg(=undone )+y

levee

[5levi] n.
1:

leveesleeve(n. )

libertine

[5lIbEti:n] n.
1:

libertine litterbin(n. )

2:

libertinelibert(=liber=free
)+ine()

limb

limbo

[lIm] n.
1:

limbclimb(v. )

limp(a. )

[5lImbEJ] n.
1:

limbomobile(a. )

limp

limpid

[lImp] a.
1:

limplimb(n. )

lamp(n. )imply(v. )

[5lImpId] a.
1:

limpidimplied(a. )

163

lint

[lInt] n. [] ()
1:

lintflint(n. )

:
lithe

litter

splint(n. )

[laIT] a.
1:

lithelith( )

blithe(a. )

[5lItE(r)] n. [] (
) () v.
1:

litterletter(n. )

2:

littera litter of puppies()a litter


of kittens()

loaf

loam

lobe

[lEJf] v.

n. ()

1:

loaffloat(v. )

2:

loaf ""

3:

loaf.mpg

aloof(a. )

[lEJm] n. []
1:

loamloom(n. )

roam(v. )molar(n. )

[lEJb] n.
1:

lobeglobe(n. )

:
locust

noble(n. )lope(n. )

[5lEJkEst] n.
1:

locustlocus(n. )

lotus(n. )

GRE

164
locution

[lEkVju:F(E)n] n. (
)
1:

locutionlocation(n. )

2:

locutionlocut(=loqu=to speak )+ion

loiter

loom

[5lCItE] v.
1:

loitertoilet(n. )

2:

loiter.mpg

[lu:m] n.
1:

v.

loombloom(n. )

2:

looml(large )+oom(room )

:
loon

gloom(n. )loam(n. )

[lu:n] n.
1:

loononly(adv. )

:
lumber

loan(n. )

[5lQmbE] n.
1:

lumbercumber(v. )

:
lurch

limber(a. )

[l\:tF] n. / v.
1:

lurchchurch(n. )

2:

lurchchurl(n. )

larch(n. )lunch(n. )


lurk

165

[l\:k] v.
1:

lurkcurl(v. )

2:

lurk.mpg

C K

margarine

[mB:dVE5ri:n(?@)5mBrdVErIn] n.
1:

margarinemagazine(n. )

marsh

mast

mattress

[mB:F] n.
1:

marshmarch(v. )

morass(n. )quagmire(n. )

[mB:st(?@)mAst] n.
1:

mastmust(aux. )

mats(pl. )

[5mAtrIs] n.
1:

mattressmatters(pl. )

meek

[mi:k] a. () ()
1:

mentor

messuage

meekMike(n. )

[5mentC:] n.
1:

mentortorment(v. )

2:

mentor.mpg

[5meswIdV] n.
1:

messuagemessage(n. )
()

assuage(v. )

GRE

166
minaret

mirage

[5mInEret] n. ()
1:

minaretmarine(a. )

2:

minaretminar(n. )+et

martinet(n. )

[5mIrB:V] n.
1:

mirageimage(n. )

:
mire

miracle(n. )mirror(n. )

[5maIE] n.
1:

mireadmire(v. )

:
moan

quagmire(n. )mare(n. )

[mEJn] n. v.
1:

moanmourn(v. )

2:

moanmon()+man()

mob

mores

[mRb] n.
1:

mobbomb(n. )

2:

mob.mpg

rabble(n. )

[5mC:ri:z] n.
1:

mote

motley

moresRome(n. )

[mEJt] n.
1:

moteremote(a. )

2:

motetom( )

emote(v. )atom(n. )

[5mRtlI] a.
1:

motleymostly(adv. )

167

mourn

muniments

[mC:n] v.
1:

mournmoan(v. )

2:

mourn. mpg

[5mju:nImEnts] n. () ()

1:

muse

muster

munimentsmonument(n. )

[mjU:z] v.
1:

musemusic(n. )

amuse(v. )mouse(n. )

[5mQstE] v.
1:

mustermaster(n. )

:
mutton

summon(v. )

[5mQt(E)n] n.
1:

muttonglutton(n. )

:
nave

fleece(n. )ewe(n. )ram(n. )

[neIv] n. ()
1:

navenavy(n. )

van(n. )vain(a. )nave(a.


)

nemesis

[5nemEsIs] n.
1:

nemesisenemies(pl. )

niggard

Nemesis

Siemens(n. )

[`nI^Ed] n.

GRE

168
1:

niggardguarding(n. )

2:

niggardnigg(=nig )+ard

nignot big

:
noose

nuance

numinous

niggardly(a. )

[nu:z] n. ()
1:

noosenose(n. )

sooner(a. )

[nju:5B:ns] n. ()
1:

nuanceannounce(v. )

ounce(n. )

[`njU:mInEs] a.
1:

numinous luminous(a. )

2:

numinousnumin(=numen
)+ous

oar

[C:] v.
1:

n.

oaroral(a. )

:
oath

occidental

soar(v. )

[EJW] n.
1:

oathloath(a. )

2:

oath.mpg

[RksI5dEntEl] a.
1:

occidentalaccidental(a. )

2:

occidentaloccident(n. )+al

169

occidentoc(=ob)+cid(=to fall )+ent

:
omen

ooze

oriental(a. )

[5EJmen] n.
1:

omenwomen(pl. )

gnome(n. )

[u:z] v.
1:

oozebooze(n. )

2:
opiate

oozeezooe()+zoo(n. )

[`EJpIEt] n.
1:

opiatepirate(n. )

:
orchid

opium(n. )

[5C:kId] n. []
1:

orchidchoir(n. )

2:

orchidor(conj. )+chide(v. )

ordeal

[C:5di:l] n.
1:

ordealdealer(n. )

2:

ordeal or(conj. )+deal(v. )

3:
ordnance

ordeal.mpg

[`R:dnEns] n. [] []
1:

ordnanceordinance(n. )

artillery(n. )

GRE

170
oust

ovation

[aJst] v.
1:

oustout(v. )outs

joust(v. )

[E5veIF(E)n] n.
1:

ovationoration(n. )

:
pabulum

vocation(n. )

[5pAbjJlEm] n.
1:

pabulum pendulum(n. )

paean

[5pi:En] n.
1:

paeanaeon(n. )

:
pal

anthem(n. )carol(n. )

[pAl] n.
1:

palplay(v. )

2:

pal.mpg

lap(n. )pale(a. )palm(n.


)matey(n. )

palter

[`pR:ltE(r)] v.
1:

palterfalter(v. )

pamper

[5pAmpE] v.
1:

pamperpauper(n. )

: hamper(v. )tamper(v. )
pan

[pAn] n.
1:

panpain(v. )


:
par

171

span(n. )nap(n. )

[pB:] n.
1:

parpart(n. )

2:

par ""

mar(v. )part(n. )rap(v.


)

parch

[pB:tF] v.
1:

parchpreach(v. )

parry

patina

2:

parched.mpg

perch(n. )parched(a. )

[`pArI] v.
1:

parryparty(n. )

pray(v. )avert(v. )

[5pAtInE] n.
1:

patinacaptain(n. )

:
patio

paint(v. )partner(n. )

[5pAtIEJ] n. ()
()
1:

patioopiate(n. )

peak

[pi:k] v.
1:

peakspeak(v. )

2:

peakpeak and pine()

peaky(a. )languish(v.
)

GRE

172
pebble

[5peb(E)l] n.
1:

pebblepeddle(v. )

peddlepedd(=ped=foot )+le

peer

2:

pebble.mpg

plebe(n. )

[pIE] n.
1:

peerPeter(n. )

beer(n. )

pejorative

[pI5dVRrEtIv] a.
1:

n.

pejorativeoperative(n. )

pelt

[pelt] n.
1:

peltslept(vbl. )

hide(n. )suede(n. )sable(n.


)

pen

penchant

[pen] n.
1:

penopen(v. )

pan(v. )

[5pRNFRN;(?@)5pentFEnt] n.
1:

penchantenchant(v. )

:
pending

[5pendIN] a.
1:

predilection(n. )
pendingending(n. )


2:

173

pendingpend(=to hang )+ing

:
pennant

spending(n. )depend(v. )

[5penEnt] n. ()
1:

pennantantenna(n. )

:
pensive

ensign(n. )

[5pensIv] a.
1:

pensiveexpensive()
!

2:

pensivepens(=to consider )+ive

peptic

[5peptIk] a.
1:

pepticpoetic(a. )

:
perch

septic(a. )

[p\:tF] v. ()
1:

n.

perchporch(n. )

peruse

2:

perchparch(v. )

preach(v. )

[pE5ru:z] v.
1:

perusesuper(a. )

con(v. )pursue(v. )purse(n.


)

pestle

[5pes(E)l] n. ()
1:

pestleslept(pl. )

GRE

174
pharisaic

[9fArE5seIIk] a.
1:

pharisaicparasitic(a. )

phial

[5faIEl] n. ()
1:

piazza

phialphil( )

[pI5AtsE(?@)pi:5B:zE] n.
1:

piazzapizza(n. )

piety

[5paIEtI] n.
1:

pillage

pietypity(n. )

[5pIlIdV] n. /v. ()
1:

pillagevillage(n. )

2:

pillage ""

3:

pillageill(a. )+page(n.
)

pilfer

[5pIlfE] v.
1:

pilferlifter(n. )

2:
3:

pilferprofile(n. )
pilferpil(=pillage )+fer(=to carry )

filter(v. )plier(n. )filch(v.


)kleptomania(n. )purloin(v.
)

pine

[paIn] n. v.
1:

pinespine(n. )

2:

pinepain(n. )


:
pith

pivot

175

languish(v. )peak(v. )

[pIW] n.
1:

pithpath(n. )

pithy(a. )

[5pIvEt] n.
1:

v.

pivotpilot(n. )

plank

[plANk] n.
1:

plaster

plankspank(v. )

[5plB:stE] n. []
1:

v.

plasterpaster(n. )

:
placid

stapler(n. )

[5plAsId] a.
1:

placidplac(=place )+id

:
plait

flaccid(a. )

[plAt] n.
1:

v.

plaitpliant(a. )

: plate(n. )pleat(n. )
pliant

plot

plumb

[plaIEnt] a.
1:

pliantplant(n. )

2:

pliantpli(=ply )+ant

compliant(a. )plaint(n. )

[plRt] n.
1:

plotpilot(n. )

2:

plot.mpg

[plQm] adv.

GRE

176
1:

plumbplump(a. )

plume

[plu:m] n.
1:

v.

plumepummel(v. )

:
plump

plum(n. )plumb(adv. )

[plQmp] a.
1:

plumplump(n. )

plumb(v. ) lump(n. )
slump(v.)pulp(n. )

poignancy

[`pRI^nEnsI] n.
1:

poignancypregnancy(n. )

:
pointer

[5pCIntE] n.
1:

pointerpainter(n. )

poke

poky

[pEJk] v.
1:

pokepike(n. )

2:

pokespoke(n. )

poker(n. )joke(n. )

[5pEJkI] a. ()
1:

pokypony(n. )

2:

pokypokier(a. )ok+pier(n.
) OK

:
pomp

pony(n. )

[pRmp] n. ()
1:

pomppump(n. )


2:

177

pompprompt(v. )

poniard

[5pRnjEd] n.
1:

poniardparanoid(a. )

pony

[5pEJnI] n.
1:

ponyphony(a. )

colt(n. )filly(n. )equine(a.


)poky(a. )

posit

[5pRzIt] v.
1:

positdeposit(n. )

:
pother

[5pRTE(r)] v.
1:

prate

precis

suppose(v. )position(n. )
potherbother(v. )

[preIt] v.
1:

pratepirate(n. )

irate(a. ),opiate(n. )

[5preIsi:] n.
1:

precisprecise(a. )

:
presto

price(n. )

[5prestEJ] a. n. []
1:

prestoposter(n. )

pretext

[5pri:tekst] n.
1:

pretextexpert(n. )

GRE

178
prick

[prIk] n.
1:

primp

v.

prickpick(v. )

[primp] v. ()
1:

primpprompt(v. )

prop

[prRp] n.
1:

v.

propproper(a. )

prune

[pru:n] n.
1:

pulp

pruneprone(a. )

[pQlp] n. ()
1:

pulppullup(n. )

:
puny

[`pjU:nI] a.
1:

pylon

gulp(v. )
punypony(n. )

[5paIlRn] n. () ()
1:

pylonopenly(adv. )

:
quack

nylon(n. )

[kwAk] n.
1:

quackquick(a. )

quail

[kweIl] v.
1:

quailquilt(n. )

2:

quail ""


:
quaint

179

qualm(v. )

[kweInt] a.
1:

quaintantique(n. )

:
qualm

piquant(a. )

[kwB:m] n. ()
1:

qualmcalm(a. )

quash

[kwRF] v.
1:

[] ()
quashsquash(n. )

queer

[kwIE] a.
1:

quill

n.

queerqueen(n. )

[kwIl] n. ()
1:

quillliqu(

:
quip

liquid(n. )quell(v. )

[kwIp] n.
1:

equippique(n. )

:
quiver

[5kwIvE(r)] n.
1:

rabble

equip(v. ...)
quiverrequire(v. )

[5rAb(E)l] n.
1:

rabblerubble(n. )

2:

rabble.mpg

mob(n. )

GRE

180
rabid

[5rAbId;(?@)5reIbId] a.
1:

rabidabide(v. )

rapid(n. )ribald(a. )morbid(a.


)

rafter

[5rB:ftE(?@)rAfter] n.
1:

rafterrather(adv. )

raiment

after(adv. )artery(n. )

[5reImEnt] n.
1:

raimentremnant(n. )

ailment(n. ) garment(n. )
minaret(n. )

rake

[reIk] n.
1:

rakebrake(v. )

:
rally

care(v. )

[5rAlI] n. v.
1:

rallyally(n. )

2:

rallyreally(adv. )

:
rankle

dally(v. )

[5rANk(E)l] v. () ()

1:

rankleankle(n. )

181

:
rant

rap

wrangle(v. )lank(a. )

[rAnt] v.
1:

rantgrant(v. )

2:

rantrantstrans(

[rAp] v.
1:

raprape(v. )

par(n. )crap(v. )trap(n.


)

rating

[5reItIN] n.
1:

ratingingrate(a. )

raucous

[5rC:kEs] a.
1:

raucouscoarse(a. )

:
rave

carouse(v. )

[reIv] v.
1:

v.

ravebrave(a. )

:
ream

aver(v. )crave(v. )

[ri:m] n. ( 500 )
1:

reamdream(v. ) (
)

realm(n. )mare(n. )cream(n.


)

rebus

[5ri:bEs] n.
1:

rebusbruise(n. )

GRE

182

:
reign

abuse(v. )refuse(v. )

[reIn] n. ()
1:

reignresign(v. )

:
rein

[reIn] n. v.
1:

reinrain(n. )

curb(n. )bridle(n. )spur(n.


)

rend

[rend] v. ()
1:

rendtrend(n. )

:
repose

rent(n. )rind(n. )

[rI5pEJz] v.
1:

reposeprose(n. )

:
retinue

spore(n. )poseur(n. )

[5retInju:;(?@)5retEnu:] n. ()
1:

retinuerevenue(n. )

2:

retinueretin(retain )+u(
you)+e

revile

[rI`vaIl] v.
1:

reviledeliver(v. ) (
)

2:

revilere(=back)+vile(a. )

183

:
ridge

rift

rig

liver(n. )servile(a. )

[rIdV] n.
1:

ridgebridge(n. )

2:

ridge.mpg

dirge(n. )

[rIft] n. ()
1:

riftdrift(v. )

[rI^] v.
1:

riggirl(n. )

trig(a. )prig(n.
)

rip

robe

[rIp] v.
1:

riptrip(n. )

ripe(a. )grip(v. )

[rEJb] n.
1:

roberob(v. )

:
roil

probe(v. )bore(v. )

[rRIl] v.
1:

roilbroil(v. )

rookie

[5rJkI] n. ()
1:

rookiecookie(n. )

GRE

184
rostrum

rotund

[5rRstrEm] n.
1:

rostrumforum(n. )

storm(n. )

[rEJ5tQnd] a. ()
1:

rote

rotundround(n. /a. )

[rEJt] n.
1:

rotewrote(vbl. )

:
rubble

tore(vbl. )

[5rQb(E)l] n. ()
1:

rubblerabble(n. )

:
ruck

[rQk] n.
1:

rudder

blur(n. )
rucktruck(n. )

[5rQdE(r)] n. () ()

1:

rudderruder(=rude )

2:
ruffle

[rQf(E)l] v.
1:

rummage

rudder.mpg
rufflerifle(n. )

[5rQmIdV] v.
1:

rummageroomage(n. )

rumple

[5rQmp(E)l] v.
1:

rumplecrumple(v. )


:
rut

185

plumber(n. )

[rQt] a.
1:

rutbrute(n. )

:
sable

routine(n. )rust(v. )

[5seIb(E)l] n.
1:

a.

sableusable(a. )

blase(a. ) stable(a. )
slab(n. )

salient

[5seIlIEnt] a.
1:

salientStalin(n. )

silent(a. ) sapient(a. )
lenient(a. )

sallow

[5sAlEJ] n.
1:

a.

sallowshallow(a. )

2:

sallowallows(v. )

3:

sallowall+sow(n. )

gallows(n. ) swallow(n. )
willow(n. )

sap

[sAp] n. v.
1:

sappass(v. )

GRE

186
:

snap(v. )swap(v. )sip(v.


)

sapient

[5seIpIEnt] a.
1:

sapientpatients(pl. )

2:

sapientsap(=to be wise )+ient

:
sapphire

sapience(n. )

[5sAfaIE] n.
1:

a.

sapphireapprise(v. )

satire(v. )attire(n. )ruby(n.


)emerald(n. )jade(n.
)

sash

saunter

[sAF] n. () []
1:

sashashes(pl. )

slash(v. )

[5sC:ntE] n. /v.
1:

saunterasunder(adv. )

: austere(a. )
savor

[5seIvE] n. ()
1:

savorflavor(n. )

scab

[skAb] n. []
1:

scads

[skAdz] n.
1:

scald

scabbasic(a. )
scadscards(pl. )

[skC:ldskRld] v. () ()


1:

187

scaldscold(v. )

:
scale

[skeIl] n.
1:

scale

scalpel

scalding(a. )
scalesale(v. )

[skeIl] n. []

v.

1:

scaleclass(n. )

2:

scalelaces(pl. )

[5skAlp(E)l] n.
1:

scalpelspecial(a. )

2:
scarf

[skB:f] n.
1:

schism

scalpel.mpg
scarfcrafts(pl. )

[5sIz(E)m5skI-] n.
1:

schismsophism(n. )

: seism(n. )
scour

scour

[5skaJE] v.
1:

scourcourse(n. )

chorus(n. )

[5skaJE(r)] v.
1:

scoursource(n. )

scourge

[sk\:dV] v.
1:

n.

scourgecourage(n. )

:
scowl

scrounge(v. )

[skaJl] v.

GRE

188
1:
scrape

screed

scowlslow(a. )

[skreIp] v. () ()
1:

scrapeescape(v. )

2:

scrapepacers(pl. )

caper(v. )

[skri:d] n.
1:

screedscared(a. )

2:

screedcreeds(pl. )

scrumptious

[5skrQmpFEs] a.
1:

scrumptioussumptuous(a. )

sumptuoussumptu(=expense )+ous

:
scruple

consumption(n. )

[5skru:p(E)l] n. v.
1:

scruplecouples(pl. )

:
scuttle

crumple(v. )

[5skQt(E)l] n.
1:

scuttleshuttle(n. )

:
scythe

settle(v. )cuttle(n. )

[saIT] n.
1:

scythescathe(v. )

sickle(n. )


secrete

189

[sI5kri:t] v. []
1:

secretesecret(a. )

secular

[5sekjJlE(r)] a.
1:

secularcircular(a. )

seep

[si:p] v. ()
1:

seep sleep(v. )

sentry

sever

2:

seeppee(n. )

steep(a. )sweep(v. )

[5sentrI] n.
1:

sentryentry(n. )

infantry(n. )

[5sevE] v.
1:

severseveral(a. )

2:

seversevere(a. )

:
shack

verse(n. )serve(v. )veers(v. )

[FAk] n.
1:

shackshake(v. )

whack(v. )shock(n. )hovel(n.


)

sham

[FAm] n.

v.

1:

shamshame(n. )

2:

sham.mpg

GRE

190
:
shed

[Fed] v. ()
1:

shimmer

mash(v. )
shedshade(n. )

[5FImE] v.
1:

shimmerswimmer(n. )

2:

shimmer ""

:
shirk

glimmer(v. )shrimp(n. )

[F\:k] v. ()
1:

shirkshark(n. )

shriek(v. )shrink(v. )dodge(v.


)shun(v. )

shoal

[FEJl] n.
1:

shoal

shoalshallow(a. )

[FEJl] n.
1:

shoalschool(n. )

herd(n. )flock(n. )drove(n.


)swarm(n. )throng(n.
)crowd(n. )

shove

sill

silt

[FQv] v.
1:

shoveshave(v. )

shovel(v. /n. )

[sIl] n. []
1:

sillsilly(a. )

sell(v. )still(adv. )

[sIlt] n.
1:

siltspilt(vbl. )

singe

191

2:

siltslit(n. )

still(a. )list(n. )

[sIndV] v.
1:

singesinger(n. )

sinister

2:

singeseeing(n. )

3:

singe ""

siege(v. )single(a. )

[5sInIstE] a.
1:

sinisterminister(n. )

:
sip

skew

spinster(n. )sister(n. )

[sIp] v.
1:

sippiss(v. )

2:

sip.mpg

sap(n. )ship(n. )skip(v. )

[skju:] a.
1:

skewweeks(pl. )

:
skewer

slew(v. )

[skjJE(r)] n. ()
1:

skewersewer(n. )

skiff

[skIf] n. ()
1:

skiffstiff(a. )

:
slab

shallop(n. )

[slAb] n.

GRE

192
1:

slabstab(v. )

plank(n. )sable(n. )balls(pl.


)

slag

slaver

[slA^] n.
1:

slagglass(n. )

slog(v. )dregs(n. )

[5slAvE] n.

v.

1:

slaverslave(n. )

sliver(n. ) slavery(n. )
slobber(n.

sleight

v. )

[slaIt] n.
1:

sleightslight(a. )

slew

[slu:] v. ()
1:

slewslow(a. )

:
slew

swell(v. )skew(a. )

[slu:] n.
1:

slewwells(pl. )

:
slit

slither

swell(v. )

[slIt] n.

v.

1:

slitsplit(v. )

list(v. )still(adv. )silt(n. )

[5slITE(r)] v. ()
1:

slitherslighter(a. )

slobber

[5slRbE] n.

v.


1:

193

slobberlobster(n. )

:
slog

slaver(n. v. )

[slR^] v.
1:

sloggloss(n. )

:
sluice

[slu:s] n.
1:

slump

sluiceLouise(n. )
slumpjump(v. )

[smelt] v. () ()
1:

smuggle

v. ()

[slQmp] v.
1:

smelt

slag(n. )toil(v. )fag(v. )

smeltmelt(v. )

[5smQ^(E)l] v.
1:

smugglestruggle(v. )

2:

smugglesnuggle(v. )

snappish

[5snApIF] a.
1:

snappishSpanish(n. )

2:

snappishsnapp(=snap )+ish

snob

[snRb] n.
1:

snobbonus(n. )

:
soak

snobbish(a. )snub(v. )

[sEJk] v.

GRE

194
1:

soakoak(n. )

sock

sodden

2:

soakkaoschaos(n. )

steep(v. )

[sRk] v.
1:

sockstock(n. )

whack(v. )shock(n. )

[5sRd(E)n] a.
1:

soddensudden(a. )

soggy

[5sR^I] a.
1:

soggysaggy(a. )

:
solder

[5sEJldE(?@)5sRdEr] v.
1:

soot

soldersoldier(n. )

[sJt] n.
1:

souse

doggy(a. )

sootshoot(n. )

[saJs] v.
1:

sousespouse(n. )

sow

spank

2:

souseso+use(v. )

douse(v. )drench(v. )

[saJ] n. v.
1:

sowshow(v. )

2:

sowslow(a. )

[spANk] v. ()

spartan

195

1:

spankplank(n. )

2:

spank.mpg

[5spB:t(E)n] a.
1:

spartanpartisan(n. )

speck

spell

[spek] n.
1:

speckspeak(v. )

fleck(n. )

[spel] n.
1:

spike

spellsleep(v. )

[spaIk] n.
1:

spikeskip(v. )

2:

spikepikes(pl. )

:
spire

spite

[5spaIE(r)] n.
1:

spireaspire(v. )

steeple(n. )

[spaIt] n.
1:

splice

spoke(n. )

spitespit(n. )

[splaIs] v.
1:

spliceslice(n. )

:
splint

[splInt] n. []
1:

spoke

police(n. )
splintplinth(n. )

[spEJk] n. ()

GRE

196
1:

spokepoke(v. )

2:

spokespike(n. )

spoof

spoor

[spu:f] v. /n.
1:

spoofproof(n. )

coax(v. )

[spJE(r);(?@)spJEr] n. ()
1:

spoorpoor(a. )

:
sprig

spore(n. )sopor( )

[sprI^] n.
1:

sprigspring(n. )+twig(n. )

sprint

2:

spriggrip(v. )

twig(n. )

[sprInt] v. /n. ()
1:

sprintprint(v. )prints

spurn

squander

2:

sprintsprint race()

sprinter(n. )

[sp\:n] v.
1:

spurnspur(n. )

2:

spurn ""

prune(v. )

[5skwRndE(r)] v. ()
1:

squanderslander(n. )

2:

squander ""

197

squash

[skwRF] n.
1:

v.

squashquash(v. )

squat

[skwRt] v.
1:

squelch

stagger

a.

squatsat(vbl. )

[skweltF] v.
1:

squelchquell(v. )

quench(v. )

[5stA^E] v.
1:

staggerstrange(a. )

stamina

[5stAmInE] n.
1:

staminatalisman(n. )

stammer

2:

staminaphysical stamina()

3:

stamina.mpg

[5stAmE] v.
1:

stammersteamer(n. )

:
staple

stutter(v. /n. )

[5steIp(E)l] n.
1:

staplestable(a. )

stash

[stAF] v.

n.

1:

stashhaste(n. )

2:

stash.mpg

squash(v. )

GRE

198
steep

steeple

[sti:p] v.
1:

steepstep(n. )

sweep(v. )soak(v. )

[5sti:p(E)l] n. () ()
1:

steepleslept(vbl. )

:
stem

[stem] v. () n. ()
1:

stingy

pestle(n. )spire(n. )
stemsteam(n. )

[5stIndVI] a.
1:

stingystaying(n. )

:
stint

stipulate

parsimonious(a. )mingy(a. )

[stInt] v.
1:

stintstain(n. )

stunt(v.

n. )

[5stIpjJleIt] v.
1:

stipulatestimulate(v. )

:
stoke

stoop

postulate(v. )

[stEJk] v.
1:

stokesmoke(n. )

stake(n. )stroke(n. )

[stu:p] v.
1:

stoopstop(v. )

snoop(v. )steep(v. )


streak

sturdy

[stri:k] n.

199

v.

1:

streaksteak(n. )

skater(n. )

[5st\:dI] a.
1:

sturdystudy(v. )

suborn

[sE5bC:n] v.
1:

subornbonus(n. )

suede

[sweId] n.
1:

suedeSwede(n. )

2:

suedeused(a. )

:
sullen

persuade(v. )

[5sQlEn] a.
1:

sullensudden(a. )

sully

[5sQlI] v.
1:

sullyfully(adv. )

supine

2:

sully.mpg

Sally(n. )

[`sjU:paIn] a.
1:

supinespine(n. )

:
supple

ursine(a. )

[5sQp(E)l] a.

GRE

200
1:

supplesupply(v. )

supplicant

[`sQplIkEnt] n.
1:

supplicantapplicant(n. )

surly

[5s\:lI] a. () ()
1:

surlysurely(adv. )

surmise

2:

surly.mpg

sully(v. )sulky(a. )

[sE5maIz] n. /v.
1:

surmisesunrise(n. )

swerve

syllabus

[sw\:v] v.
1:

swerveserve(v. )

veer(v. )

[5sIlEbEs] n. ()
1:

syllabussyllable(n. )

tableau

2:

syllabusSally(n. )+bus()

precis(n. )

[5tAblEJ] n. ()
1:

tableauplateau(n. )

tack

tactic

[tAk] n.
1:

tackattack(v. )

stack(v. )track(n. )

[5tAktIk] n.

talisman

201

1:

tacticstatic(a. )

tacit(a. )

[`tAlIzmEn-lIs-] n.
1:

talismanailment(n. )

2:

talismanstamina(n. )

talon

3:

talisman.mpg

amulet(n. )

[5tAlEn] n.
1:

talontalent(n. )

tamp

atonal(a. )

[tAmp] v.
1:

tampstamp(n. )

:
tamper

tramp(v. )vamp(n. )

[5tAmpE] v.
1:

tampertemper(n. )

2:

tamper.mpg

hamper(v. )pamper(v. )tramp(v.


)

tare

[teE] n.
1:

tarestare(v. )

2:

taretear(n. )

GRE

202

:
tariff

rate(n. )mare(n. )

[5tArIf] n. ()
1:

tarifftraffic(n. ) ()

tart

[tB:t] a.
1:

tartstart(v. )

sour(a. )vinegar(n. )
acid(n. /a. )

taut

[tC:t] a.
1:

tauttaught(vbl. )

2:

taut ""

tout(v. )abut(v. )tight(a.


)taunt(v. )

teat

[ti:t] n.
1:

teattreat(v. )

:
tecnology

taste(v. )

[tek`nClEdVI] n.
1:

tecnologytechnology(n. )

tenure

[5tenjE] n. ()
1:

tenureentire(a. )

2:

tenure ""

:
terse

venture(n. )denture(n. )

[t\:s] a.
1:

terseverse(n. )


:
throng

trees(pl.)reset(v. )steer(n. )

[WrRN] n.
1:

203

v.

throngstrong(a. )

tiff

[tIf] n. /v.
1:

tiffstiff(a. )

tinder

tine

[5tIndE] n.
1:

tinderwinter(n. )

tender(v. )hinder(v. )

[taIn] n. ()
1:

tinker

tinetiny(a. )

[5tINkE(r)] n.
1:

v.

tinkerthinker(n. )

tongs

[tRNz] n.
1:

tongsstrong(a. )

tonic

2:

tongs ""

forceps(n. )

[5tRnIk] n.
1:

tonicnotice(v. )

totter

2:

tonic.mpg

sound(n. a. )toxic(a. )

[5tRtE] v.
1:

totterretort(v. )

GRE

204
2:
tousle

[5taJz(E)l] v. ()
1:

traduce

tramp

totter ""
tousletussle(v. )

[trE5dju:s] v.
1:

traduceintroduce(v. )

adduce(v. )

[trAmp] v.
1:

n.

tramptamper(v. )

:
trample

[5trAmp(E)l] v.
1:

transgress

plod(v. )trudge(v. )
trampletemple(n. )

[trAns5^restrB:-] v. ()
1:

transgressstrangers(pl. )

2:

transgresstrans(=beyond
)+gress(=to step )

travail

tresses

[5trAveIl] n. []
1:

travailtravel(n. )

trivial(a. )

[5tresIz] n.
1:

tressesstress(v. )

trite

troupe

[traIt] a. ()
1:

tritetrait(n. )

banal(a. )hackneyed(a. )

[tru:p] n.


1:

205

troupetoupee(n. )

trowel

trudge

2:

troupeEurope(n. )

torque(n. )troop(n. )

[5traJEl] n. []
1:

troweltower(n. )

flower(n. )towel(n. )

[trQdV] v.
1:

trudgeturgid(a. )

drudge(v. )lope(v.
)tramp(v. )

tussle

twee

[5tQs(E)l] v.
1:

tussletousle(v. )

2:

tussle.mpg

[twi:] a.
1:

tweesweet(a. )

:
tycoon

wet(a. )

[taI5ku:n] n.
1:

tycoontyphoon(n. )

umpire

[5QmpaIE] n. () v.
1:

umpireempire(n. )

vampire(n. )referee(n.
)

unction

[5QNkF(E)n] n.
1:

unctionfunction(n. )

GRE

206
:
unguent

junction(n. )auction(n. )

[5QN^wEnt] n.
1:

unguenturgent(a. )

vag

pungent(a. )

[vA^] n.
1:

valve

[vAlv] n.
1:

vampire

vassal

vault

vaggave(vbl. )
valvevalue(n. )

[5vAmpaIE] n.
1:

vampireempire(n. )

2:

vampire.mpg

[5vAs(E)l] n. ()
1:

vassalvessel(n. )

[vR:lt] n. ()

venal

1:

vaultfault(n. )

2:

vault.mpg

vaunt(v. )

[5vi:n(E)l] a.
1:

venalvernal(a. )

2:
veneer

[vI5nIE(r)] n.
1:

venison

venalleaven(n. )
veneernever(adv. )

[5venIs(E)n] n.

venom

207

1:

venisonenvision(v. )

antler(n. )

[5venEm] n. ()
1:

venomwomen(pl. )

2:

venomno()+move(v. )

3:
vent

venom.mpg

[vent] v. ()
1:

n.

ventevent(n. )

:
vent

[vent] n. ()
1:

v.

ventinvent(v. )

verve

[veEv] n. ()
1:

ververevive(v. )

vessel

[5ves(E)l] n.
1:

vesselsleeve(n. )

vestment

[5vestmEnt] n.
1:

vestmentinvestment(n. )

vim

vindicate

[vIm] n.
1:

vimmovie(n. )

2:

vimvi( 6)+m(=million )

[5vIndIkeIt] v. ...... (
)

GRE

208
1:

vindicateindicate(v. )

2:

vindicate vin(=authority )+dic(=to


speak )+ate...

vindictive

[vIn5dIktIv] a.
1:

virtuoso

vindictiveindicative(a. )

[vEtjJ5EJsEJ] n.
1:

virtuosovirtuous(a. )

vogue

[vEJ^] n.
1:

a.

voguevague(a. )

fad(n. )rogue(n. )vulgar(a.


)

volatile

[5vRlEtaIl] a. () ()
1:

volatileviolate(v. )

volition

[vE5lIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

volitionviolation(n. )

wag

[wA^] v. () ()
1:

wagwage(n. )

2:
wail

waiver

wag.mpg

[weIl] n. /v.
1:

wailwall(n. )

2:

wail ""

[5weIvE] n. ()


1:

209

waiverwaiter(n. )

:
wallop

waive(v. )waver(v. )

[5wRlEp] v.
1:

wallopgallop(v. )

wane

[weIn] v.
1:

wanewan(a. )

:
waver

wean(v. )

[5weIvE] v.
1:

waverwater(n. )

2:

waver wave(n. )+aver(v. )

:
wean

waiver(v. )weaver(n. )

[wi:n] v.
1:

weanwane(v. )

weasel

weld

whet

[5wi:z(E)l] n.

v. ()

1:

weaselwastrel(n. )

2:

weaselwe+easel(n. )

lease(v. )

[weld] v.
1:

weldwild(a. )

lewd(a. )wield(v. )

[wet(?@)hwet] v. ()
1:

whetwet(a. )

GRE

210
:
whine

wheat(n. )

[waIn(?@)hwaIn] v.
1:

whinewine(n. )

:
whimper

swine(n. )

[5wImpE] v.
1:

whimperwhisper(v. )

2:

whimper ""

wield

[wi:ld] v.
1:

wieldwidely(adv. )

:
wile

wild(a. )field(n. )

[waIl] n.
1:

wilewhile(n. )

:
winnow

wraith

wrangle

wily(a. )

[5wInEJ] v.
1:

winnowwindow(n. )

2:

winnowwin(v. )+now(adv. )

minnow(n. )

[reIW] n.
1:

wraithwrath(n. )

wreathe(v. )

[5rAN^(E)l] v.
1:

wranglewangle(v. )

211

2:

wranglewr()+angle

:
wrath

wrestle(v. )wrench(n.

v. )

[rRW] n.
1:

wrathwarmth(n. )

2:

wrathwraith(n. )

soar([sC:(r)] v. )wraith(n.
)thwart(v. )

wreath

[ri:W] n.
1:

wreathwrath(n. )

:
writ

[rIt] n.
1:

yarn

wreathe(v. )
writwrite(v. )

[jB:n] n.
1:

yarnyard(n. )

yawn(v. )yearn(v. )barn(n.


)darn(v. )

yeast

[ji:st] n.
1:

yeasteast(n. )

2:

yeasttasty(a. )

zest

[zest] n.
1:

zestbest(a. )

213

GRE
astraylackeypigstyseduce teetotal

abdomen

[5AbdEmEn] n.
1:

abdomenab()+domen(=domain )

aboriginal

[AbE5rIdVEn(E)l] n. /a. ()
1:

aboriginala+born+originala man who


was born original

abridge

[E5brIdV] v.
1:

abridgea+bridge(n. )

absent

[5AbsEnt] a.
1:

absentab(=away)+sent(vbl. )

2:

absent ab(=away)+sent(=to be) being


away

:
abstain

present(a. )

[Eb5steIn] v.

214

GRE
1:

abstainab()+stain(n. )

abstruse

[Eb5stru:s] a.
1:

abstruseabs()+truse(truth )

:
abuse

construe(v. )

[E5bju:s] n. /v.
1:

abuseab()+use(v. )

:
abysmal

maltreat(v. )

[E5bIzm(E)l] a.
1:

abysmalaby(bay )+smal(small
)

adage

[5AdIdV] n.
1:

adageadd()+age(n. )

:
adhere

aphorism(n. )maxim(n. )

[Ed5hIE] v.
1:

adheread(add )+here(adv. )

:
aftermath

header(n. )heard(vbl. )

[5B:ftEmAW] n.
1:

aftermath after( ... )+math(n.


)

alabaster

[5AlEbB:stE] a.
1:

alabasterala()+baster(breast
) ()

alchemy

[5AlkEmI] n.


1:

215

alchemyal(=else )+chemy(=chemistry
)

:
alcove

alien(a. )

[5AlkEJv] n.
1:

alcoveal()+cove(n. )

2:

alcovecoeval(a. )

:
alimony

vocal(a.)

[5AlImEnI] n.
1:

alimonyali()+mony(money
)

alkali

[5AlkElaI] n.
1:

alkali alk( talk)+ali( alias) talk


about alias of alkali

aloof

altruism

[E5lu:f] ad.

a.

1:

aloofa+loof(fool )

2:

aloof.mpg

loaf(v. )

[5AltrJIz(E)m] n.
1:

altruism al(=else )+tru(=true


)+ism()

2:

altruism.mpg

alias(n. )truism(n. )autism(n.

216

GRE
)egoism(n. )

amenable

[E5mi:nEb(E)l] a.
1:

amenableamen(int. )+able

anathema

[E5nAWEmE] n.
1:

anathemaana+the()+ma()

:
anchorite

anthem(n. )atheist(n. )

[5ANkEraIt] n.
1:

anchoriteanchor(n. )+ite()

:
aperture

inchoate(a. )hermit(n. )

[5ApEtjJE] n.
1:

apertureapert(=apart )+ure()

:
aplomb

rapture(n. )departure(n. )

[E5plRm] n.
1:

aplomba+plomb(plumb )

2:

aplombplay(v. )+bomb(n. )

apostate

[E5pRsteIt] n.
1:

apostate a(=to

)+post(=behind

)+state(n. )
:
apostrophe

posterior(a. )

[E5pRstrEfI] n. (') ()
1:

apostrophe a(=to )+post(=behind


)+trophe(=trope )

217

(
)
:

heliotropism(n. ) hyphen(n.
) ellipsis(n. )omission(n.
)syncopate(v. )

archipelago

[9B:kI`pelE^EJ] n.
1:

archipelago archi( )+pel(


)+ago(adv. )

archichair(n. )

the Japanese archipelago( )


geographical(a. )

argot

astray

[5B:^EJ] n.
1:

argotare+got(vbl. )

cant(n. )jargon(n. )

[E5streI] ad.
1:

astraya+strange(a. )+way(n. )

:
asylum

ashtray(n. )

[E5saIlEm] n.
1:

asyluma+sylum(slum )

:
atlas

clumsy(a. )

[`AtlEs] n.
1:

atlasat+las(last)at last()

alias(n. )

218
atone

GRE
[E5tEJn] v.
1:

atoneat+one(once)at once()

baton(n. )alone(a. )atonal(a.


)

aurora

[C:5rC:rE] n.
1:

auroraaur()+ora()

aural(a. )oral(a. )
Aurora(n. )

awe

[C:] n. ()
1:

v. ()

awea()+we(pron. )

awesome(a. )awful(a.
)

axis

[5AksIs] n. ()
1:

axisax(n. )+is(prep. )

2:

axisa+xis(six )

:
badinage

axle(n. )

[5bAdInB:V] n. /v. ()
1:

badinagebad(a. )+in+age(n.
)

banter(n. / v. )jest(v. )
mock(v. )

ballast

[5bAlEst] n.
1:

ballastball(n. )+last(a. )

219

:
barbed

blast(n. )

[bB:bd] a.
1:

barbedbar(n. )+bed(n. )

beam

[bi:m] n. ()
1:

beambe+ambe am be

:
beet

bestow

girder(n. )

[bi:t] n.
1:

beetbe+sweet(a. )

beat(v. )boot(n. )

[bI5stEJ] v.
1:

bestow best(a.

)+to(prep.

)+u(=you )+u(=you )best to you and


you

bevy

bless

w double u

2:

bestow.mpg

stow(v. )tow(v. )

[5bevI] n. () ()
1:

bevybe+vying(a. )

2:

bevyberry(n. )

envy(v. )

[bles] v.
1:

blessb()+less(a. )

220

GRE
:

blight

bliss(n. )

[blaIt] n. ()
1:

v. ()

blightb()+light(n. )

:
brace

bright(a. )

[breIs] n.
1:

v.

bracebring(v. )+ace(A)
A

:
brim

[brIm] n. () ()
1:

brimbring(v. )+him(pron. )
()

:
brink

brimful(a. )

[brINk] n. ()
1:

brinkbring(v. )+ink(n. )

:
broil

blink(v. )

[brCIl] v.
1:

broilbring(v. )+oil(n. )

:
brood

boil(v. )roil(v. )

[bru:d] n. () v.
1:

broodbring(v. )+food(n. )

broad(a. )breed(v. )blood(n.


)farrow(n. )

brook

[brJk] n.


1:

221

brookbring(v. )+book(n. )

:
burgeon

rivulet(n. )

[5b\:dV(E)n] v.
1:

burgeonbur(=burst )+geon(=gen
)

:
cacophony

surgeon(n. )

[kE5kRfEnI] n.
1:

cacophonycaco()+phony(
)

:
cadaver

euphony (n. )

[kE5dAvEr] n.
1:

cadavercad()+aver(v. )

2:

cadaver.mpg

cadaverous(a. )cascade(n.
)corpse(n. )

callus

[5kAlEs] n.
1:

calluscall(v. )+us(pron. )

canary

[kE`neErI] n.
1:

canarycan+Marycan be Mary

2:
canopy

canary.mpg

[5kAnEpI] n. () ()
1:

canopycan(v. aux. )+copy(v. )

222
carapace

GRE
[5kArEpeIs] n. ()
1:

carapace care(v. )+a+pace(n. )

:
caricature

crustacean(n. )

[kArIkE5tjJE] n.
1:

caricature car(n. )+picture(n. )

:
caterpillar

character(n. )

[5kAtEpIlE(r)] n. ()
1:

caterpillarcater(v. )+pillar(n. )

:
clause

[klC:z] n.
1:

construe

clausecla(call )+use(v. )

[kEn5stru:] v. ()
()
1:

construecons(=con )+true(a. )

contuse

[kEn5tju:z] v. []
1:

contusecont(can't )+use(v. )

cosmos

[5kRzmRs] n.
1:

cosmoscos(cost )+mos(most
)

cuisine

[kwI5zi:n] n.
1:

cuisinecui(chui )+si(shi
)+ine


2:
cyclone

223

cuisine.mpg

[5saIklEJn] n.
1:

cyclonecycl(=circle )+one()

cyclograph(n. ) tornado(n.
)twister(n. )typhoon(n. )

1996 () 9
cyclone:wind ::maelstrom():water

damsel

[5dAmz(E)l] n.
1:

damseldam(n. )+sell(v. )

:
dappled

morsel(n. )slammed(vbl. )

[5dApl(E)d] a.
1:

dappledd(dot )+apple(n. )+d(


dot )

diabetes

[daIE5bi:ti:z] n.
1:

diabetesdia()+bete()+s(
)

2:

diabetesdia(aid )+betes(beets
)

dissolute

[5dIsElu:t] a.
1:

dissolutedis(=away)+solu(soul )+te

2:

dissolutea dissolute man ()

: solitude(n. )dissolve(v. )
dissolve

[dI5zRlv] v. ()
1:

dissolvedis(=away)+solve(loves )

224

GRE

2:

dissolve dis(=apart)+solve(=to release


)

: dissolute(a. )
dividend

[5dIvIdend] n. ()
1:

dividenddivide+enddivide in the end of


a year

doff

[dRf(?@)dC:f] v.
1:

don

dotage

doffd(dress )+off

[dRn] v.
1:

dond(dress )+on

nod(v. )

[5dEJtIdV] n.
1:

dotagedot(n. )+age(n. )

drawl

[drC:l] v.
1:

drawldraw(v. )+long(a. )

:
drone

brawl(n. /v. )growl(v. )

[drEJn] n.
1:

v.

dronedraw(v. )+one(num. )()

eavesdrop

[5i:vzdrRp] v.
1:

eavesdrop eaves(n. )+drop(v. )

2:

eavesdrop.mpg


ebullient

225

[I5bQlIEnt] a.
1:

ebulliente()+bulletin(n. )

edifice

[5edIfIs] n. () (
)
1:

edificeedi(edit )+fice(office
)

:
embargo

deficit(n. )

[em5bB:^EJ] v.
1:

embargo em+bar(n. )+go(v.


)

: cargo(n. )
emerald

[5emErEld] n.
1:

a.

emeraldemer(emerge )+ald(old
)

:
enjoin

herald(n. )

[In5dVCIn] v.
1:

enjoinen()+join(v. )
(
!
)

:
entreat

rejoin(v. )injunction(n. )

[Eb5stru:s] v.
1:

entreatenter(v. )+eat(v. )

2:

entreaten+treat(v. )

226

GRE
:

entreaty(n. )beseech(v.
)implore(v. )supplicate(v.
)

enzyme

[5enzaIm] n. []
1:

enzymeenzy(envy )+me(pron. )
()

eschew

[Is5tFu:] v. ()
1:

eschewesc(=escape )+chew(v.
)

:
exchequer

dodge(v. )shirk(v. )

[Iks`tFekE] n.
1:

exchequerex()+cheque(n. )+er

:
fallow

fiscal(a. )

[5fAlEJ] n.
1:

a.

fallowf()+allow(v. )

2:

fallowa fallow field ()

fellow(n. )follow(v. )furlough(n.


)

farrow

[5fArEJ] n.
1:

v.

farrowfar(n. )+row(n. )

:
felon

brood(n. )

[5felEn] n.
1:

felonfell(vbl. )+on

2:

felona convicted felon(n. )


:
fiat

227

felony(n. )

[5fi:Et] n.
1:

fiatfi(fire)+atfire at(v. ...)

2:

fiatfit(v. )+fat(a. )

flaccid

[5flAsId] a. ()
1:

flaccidfly(v. )+acid(a. )

:
flair

placid(a. )

[fleE] n.
1:

flairfl(fly )+air(n. )fly in the


air

2:

flairfrail(a. )

flare(v. )lair(n. )

ability(n. )talent(n.
)

flamboyant

[flAm5bCIEnt] a.
1:

flamboyant flam(n. )+buoyant(a.


)

flamboyance(n. )buoy(n.
)

flange

[flAndV] n. () []
1:

flangefly(v. )+angle(n. )

228
flask

GRE
[flB:sk;(?@)flAsk] n. []
1:

flaskfly(v. )+ask(v. )

flick

[flIk] n. /v.
1:

flickf()+lick(v. )

:
flirt

fickle(a. )fleck(n. )

[fl\:t] v.
1:

flirtfly(v. )+skirt(n. )

flounder

2:

flirt.mpg

flirtatious(a. )

[5flaJndE] n.
1:

flounder flow(v. )+under(prep.


)

:
flout

founder(v. )

[flaJt] v.
1:

flounderfly(v. )+out(adv. )

:
fluster

lout(n. )

[5flQstE] n. /v.
1:

flusterf()+luster(n. )

foment

[fEJ5ment] v.
1:

fomentfo "+ment "

:
fop

fomentation(n. )

[fRp] n.


1:

229

fopfor(prep. )+top(a. )

2:

fop.mpg

foppish(a. )dandy(n.
)

forage

[fRrIdV(?@)5fC:rIdV] n. /v. ()
1:

foragefor+agefor ages()

:
foray

forager(n. )forge(v. )

[5fRreI;(?@)5fC:reI] n. /v.
1:

forayfor(prep. )+ray(n. )

forceps

2:

forayfray(n. )

forty(num. )

[5fC:seps] n.
1:

forceps for(prep. )+ceps(=cept=to


take )

except(v. ) pliers(n. )
nipper(n. )pincers(n. )

fraud

[frC:d] n.
1:

fraudf ""+raud ""

2:
fresco

.mpg

[5freskEJ] n.
1:

frescofresh(a. )+cool(a.
)

230

GRE
:

frisk

mural(n. )

[frIsk] n. /v.
1:

friskf()+risk(n. )

:
fulcrum

brisk(a. )frolic(n. /v. )

[5fJlkrEm] n. ()
1:

fulcrum full(a. )+crumb(n. )

furrow

futility

[5fQrEJ] n.
1:

furrowfur(n. )+row(n. )

farrow(n. )burrow(v. )

[fjU:`tIlEtI] n.
1:

futilityf()+utility(n. )

:
gangway

fertility(n. )

[5^ANweI] n. ()
1:

gangwaygang()+way(n. )

gargoyle

[5^B:^CIl] []
1:

gargoyleglory age(n. )

2:

gargoyle gargle(v. )
garlelarge(a. )

gavel

[5^Av(E)l] n. ()
1:

gavelgave(vbl. )+level(n. )

glutinous

gravel(n. )

[5^lu:tInEs] a.


1:

231

glutinous glu(=glue )+tin(=hold


)+ous(...)

goblin

[`^CblIn] n.
1:

goblingo(v. )+blind(a. )

lingo(n. )bowling(n. )fiend(n.


)

gorgeous

[5^C:dVEs] a.
1:

gorgeousgorge "+ous

2:
gorgon

gorgeous.mpg

[5^C:5^En] n.
1:

gorgongorge(n. )+on(march on)

2:

gorgon "

:
gospel

organ(n. )

[5^Rsp(E)l] n.
1:

gospelgo(god )+spel(spell )

2:

gospel.mpg

Gospel(n. <>)dogma(n.
)

graft

[^rB:ft(?@)^rAft] v. n.
1:

graftgrow(v. )+after(adv. )

grimace

[^rI5meIs;(?@)5^rImEs] n.

v.

232

GRE
1:

grimacegrim(a. )+face(n. )

grindstone

[5^raIndstEJn] n.
1:

grindstonegrind (v. )+ stone (n.


)

:
grope

hone(n. )

[^rEJp] v.
1:

gropegrasp(v. )+rope(n. )

growl

[^raJl] v. ()
1:

growlgrow(v. )+long(a. )

2:

growlglower(v. )

:
hamper

[5hAmpE(r)]
1:

harangue

drawl(v. )howl(v. )
hamperham(n. )+per(prep. )

[hE5rAN] n.
1:

harangueha()+rangue(range
)

:
harbinger

discourse(n. )

[5hB:bIndVE] n.
1:

harbinger Harbin(n. )+inger(


singer )

:
harpoon

forerunner(n. )

[hB:5pu:n] n. ()
1:

harpoonsharp(a. )+spoon(n.
)


harrow

233

[`hArEJ] n.
1:

harrowhar(hard )+arrow(n. )

2:

harrowhar(hard )+row(n. )

farrow(n. )marrow(n. )
narrow(a. )

havoc

[5hAvEk] n. ()
1:

havoc hav( have)+oc( occur )


have occured

hedge

[hedV] n.
1:

hedgehard(a. )+edge(n. )

2:
hegemony

hedge "

[5hedVemEJnI] n.
1:

hegemonyhege(huge )+mony(
money )

helmet

[5helmIt] n.
1:

helmethell(n. )+met(vbl. )
(
)

:
herald

hermit(n. )

[5herEld] n.
1:

heraldher(pron. )+ald(old )

234

GRE
:

hiatus

emerald(n. )

[haI5eItEs] n.
1:

hiatus hi(int. )+at(prep. )+us(pron.


)

hibiscus

[hI5bIskEs(?@)haI-] n.
1:

hibiscushi(int. )+biscus(biscuit )

holster

[5hEJlstE] n.
1:

holsterhol(=hold )+ster()

:
hone

bolster(n. )

[hEJn] n. () v.
1:

honeh(home )+one(stone )

2:

honeshone(vbl. )

3:

honeto hone a razor ()

phone(n. )honey(n. )honest(a.


)grindstone(n. )

hoop

[hU:p] n.
1:

hoophard(a. )+loop(n. )

howl

2:

hoopshop(n. )

hop(v. )hope(v. )

[haJl] v. ()
1:

howlhow+l(long)how long()
?

hoyden

2:

howl "

whole(a. )growl(v. )

235

[5hCId(E)n] n.
1:

hoydenhoy(int. )+den(n. )

:
humdrum

harridan(n. )

[5hQmdrQm] a.
1:

humdrum hum(v. )+drum(v.


)

humid

[5hju:mId] a.
1:

humidhuge(a. )+mid "

:
hurricane

humidity(n. )

[5hQrIkEn] n. []
1:

hurricane hurri(=hurry )+can(conj.


)+e

:
husky

cyclone(n. )typhoon(n. )

[5hQskI] a. ()
1:

huskyhu()+sky(n. )

:
ignoramus

hoarse(a. )

[I^nE5reImEs] n.
1:

ignoramusignor(ignore )+amus(
amuse )

imbecile

[5ImbIsi:l] a.
1:

n.

imbecile im( )+bec(=BEC)+ile


BEC

236

GRE
:

impale

imbecility(n. )

[Im5peIl] v. () ...
1:

impaleim()+pale(v. )

:
injunction

impel(v. )

[In5dVQNkF(E)n] n. []
1:

injunctionin()+junction(n. )

(
)

conjunction(n. ) enjoin(v. )
interjection(n. )

iodine

iris

[5aIEdi:n;(?@)5aIEdaIn] n.
1:

iodineio(=I/O )+dine(v. )

2:

iodine.mpg

[5aIErIs] n. []
1:

irisi(I )+ris(rise )

:
jamboree

Irish(n. )

[dVAmbE5ri:] n.
1:

jamboreejam(n. )+boree(berry
)

jeremiad

[dVerI5maIAd] n.
1:

jeremiadjere(jeer )+miad(maid
)

:
judicial

[dVu:5dIF(E)l] a.
1:

judicial judge(v. )+official(n.

237

)
kiosk

[5ki:Rsk] n. ()

1:

kioskkios chaos(n. )"+k

lackey

[5lAkI] n.
1:

lackeylack(v. )+key(n. )

:
legend

[5ledVEnd] n.
1:

legend leg(n. )+end(n. )

lessee

leviathan

[le5si:] n. ()
1:

lesseeLet's see

lease(v. )

[lI5vaIEW(E)n] n. ()

1:

leviathanlevia(alive )+than(conj.
)

limerick

[5lImErIk] n.
1:

limericklime(n. )+rick(rock )
(
)

:
lissom

sublime(a. )

[5lIsEm] a. ()
1:

lissomlis(list )+som(some )

238
logjam

GRE
[`lC^dVAm] n. ()

1:

logjamlog(n. )+jam(n. )

lotus

lout

madrigal

[5lEJtEs] n.
1:

lotuslot+usa lot of us like lotus

locust(n. )

[laJt] n.
1:

loutl(let)+out

flout(v. )loutish(a. )

[5mAdrI^(E)l] n.
1:

madrigal Madrid(n.
)+girl(n. )

maelstrom

[5meIlstrEm] n.
1:

maelstrommael(male )+strom(
storm )

1996 () 9
maelstrom:water::cyclone(n.
):wind

maraud

[mE5rC:d] v.
1:

maraudmar(v. )+aud( )

:
martinet

audacious(a. )

[mB:tI5net;(?@)mBrtn5et] n. () (
)
1:

martinetMartin(n. )+et()


:
massacre

239

disciplinarian(n. )

[5mAsEkE] n.
1:

massacre mass(a.
)+acre(n. )

2:

massacresarcasm(n. )

3:

massacre.mpg

carnage(n. )holocaust(n. )
slaughter(n. )macabre(a. )

matador

[5mAtEdC:] n.
1:

matadormat(n. )+adore(v.
)

meander

[mI5AndE] v. ()
1:

meanderme+and+her

medley

[5medlI] n.
1:

medleymed()+ley(=lay )

:
menace

median(a. )melody(n. )

[5menEs] n. /v.
1:

menacemen(pl. )+ace(n. A)

2:

menace many "

miasma

[mI5AzmEmaI5AzmE] n.
1:

miasmami "+asthma(n. )

mince

[5mIns] v.

240

GRE
1:

mincemin(=small )+ce

minnow

2:

mince "

wince(v. )

[5mInEJ] n.
1:

minnowmin(=minimum )+now(adv.
)

:
mitten

winnow(v. )

[5mIt(E)n] n.
1:

mittenmit(=send )+ten(num. )

mongrel

[5mQN^r(E)l] a. n. <> ()

1:

mongrelmong(=among )+grow(v.
)

:
morass

cur(n. )

[mE5rAs] n.
1:

v.

morassmor(more)+ass(n. )(
)

swamp(n. ) marsh(n. )
quagmire(n. )bog(n. )

morsel

[5mC:s(E)l] n. ()
1:

morselmor(more)+sel(sell )

:
mustache

damsel(n. )

[mE5stB:F] n.
1:

mustachemust(aux. )+ache(v. )


myriad

241

[5mIrIEd] n. / a. ()
1:

myriadmy(pron. )+riad(raid
) GRE

nirvana

[9nIE`vB:nE] n.
1:

nirvananir(near)+van(=empty
)+a

:
nodus

vanity(n. )

[`nEJdEs] n.
1:

nodusnod(v. )+us(pron. )nod


to us

nomad

[5nEJmAd] n.
1:

nomadno+mad(a. )

:
oafish

nomadic(a. )

[`EJfIF] a.
1:

oafishold(a. )+fish(n. )

obtuse

[Eb5tju:s(?@)Eb5tu:s] a.
1:

obtuseobt(=ob )+use(v. )

omelet

2:

obtuseobtuse angle(n. )

3:

obtuse.mpg

abuse(v. )acute(a. )

[5RmlIt] n.
1:

omeletome(=Ohm
)+let(v. )

242
onus

GRE
[5EJnEs] n.
1:

onuson(prep. ...)+us(pron. )

:
ostrich

bonus(n. )

[5RstrItF] n.
1:

ostrich most(n. )+rich(a. )

palatable

[5pAlEtEb(E)l] a.
1:

palatablepala()+table(n. )

2:

palatablepalate(n. )+able

palate

[5pAlEt] n. []
1:

palatepa()+late(a. )

palaver

2:

palateplate(n. )

palatal(a. )

[pE5lB:vE] v.
1:

palaverpal(n. )+aver(v. )

paltry

[5pC:ltrI] a.
1:

paltrypal(n. )+try(v. )

partly(adv. )
pantry(n. )

panegyric

[pAnI5dVIrIk] n.
1:

panegyricpanegy "+ric


2:

243

panegyricdeliver a panegyric(
)

pantry

[5pAntrI] n.
1:

pantrypan(n. )+try(v. )

:
pastry

paltry(a. )

[5peIstrI] n.
1:

pastrypast(a. )+try(v. )

:
pecan

paltry(a. )pantry(n. )

[pI5kB:n] n. []
1:

pecanpe()+can(conj. )

peril

[5perIl] n.
1:

perilper(prep. )+il(ill )

:
pertain

philately

pliers(n. )April(n. )

[pE5teIn] v.
1:

pertainperta(=part)+inpart in

certain(a. )take part in (v. )

[fI5lAtElI] n.
1:

philatelyphil()+lately(adv. )

:
philistine

philatelist(n. )philogyny(n. )

[`fIlIstaIn,fI`lIstIn] n. ()
1:

philistinephili(=phil )+stine(stone
)

piano

[pI`AnEJ9pI`B:-] a. []

244

GRE
1:

pianono(a. )+pain(n. )

pigsty

[5pI^staI] n.
1:

pigstypig(n. )+sty(stay )

2:

pigsty.mpg

pigment(n. )byre(n. )coop(n.


)fold(n. )kennel(n. )stable(n.
)

pitcher

[`pItFE] n. ()
1:

pitcherper(prep. )+itch(v. )

:
pitfall

ewer(n. )jar(n. )

[5pItfC:l] n.
1:

pitfallpit(n. )+fall(v. )

:
pluck

waterfall(n. )armpit(n. )

[plQk] n.
1:

v.

pluckplus(v. )+luck(n. )

:
plush

plucky(a. )

[plQF] a.
1:

plushplus(v. )+h(high )(
)

:
potent

flush(v. )lush(a. )

[5pEJtEnt] a.
1:

potentpot(top)+ent (ten)top ten


:
preach

245

potential(n. )

[pri:tF] v.
1:

preachpray(v. )+each(a. )
pray for each

:
predicament

sermon(n. )

[prI5dIkEmEnt] n.
1:

predicamentpredi(=pride )+came(vbl.
)+ent

:
pristine

predicate(n. )

[5prIsti:n5prIstaIn] a.
1:

pristine pri(=pre)+stine(=stone)

purloin

[p\:5lCIn] v.
1:

purloinpure(a. )+lion(n. )

:
quiver

pilfer(v. )

[5kwIvE(r)] n. /v.
1:

quiverqui "+ver(=true )

rampart

[5rAmpB:t] n. ()
1:

rampartram(arm )+part(n.
)

ransom

[5rAnsEm] n.
1:

ransomran(vbl. )+some(pron. )

2:
robust

ransom.mpg

[rEJ5bQst] a.
1:

robustrob(v. )+ust

246

GRE

stubborn(a. )tuber(n.
)

safari

[sE5fB:rI] n.
1:

safari s( search )+afar(adv.


)+i(infomation)

2:

safari.mpg

affair(n. )

sanctimonious [sANktI5mEJnIEs] a.
1:

sanctimonious

sancti(=sanct

)+moni()+ous

sanctuary(n. )sanctimony(n.
)

saturnalia

[sAtE5neIlIE] n.
1:

saturnaliasa(as ...)+turn(v.
)+alia(alias )

:
saturnine

bacchanal(n. )

[5sAtEnaIn] a.
1:

saturninesa(as ...)+turn(v.
)+nine(num. )

savanna

[sE`vAnE] n. ()
1:

savannasav(save )+Anna(n. )

savant

[sA5vB:nt] n.


1:

247

savantsav(save )+ant(n. )

scoff

servant(n. )vacant(a. )

[skRf] n. /v.
1:

scoffscare(v. )+off(adv. )

2:

scofffox([fRks] n. )
()

sedate

[sI5deIt] a.
1:

sedatese(see )+date(n. )

2:

sedatesed(=to sit )+ate

seduce

[sI5dju:s] v.
1:

seducese()+duce(=to lead )

:
seethe

sermon

induce(v. )allure(v. )

[si:T] v.
1:

seethesee+the

[5s\:mEn] n. / v.
1:

sermonser(=serve )+mon(=monk
)serve as a monk

sermonize(v. ) monster(n. )
preach(v. )

shrivel

[5FrIv(E)l] v.
1:

shrivelshe+rivel(rival )

248

GRE

sidereal

rivel(v. )

[saI5dIErIEl] a.
1:

siderealside(n. )+real(a.
)

2:

siderealrealised(vbl. )

skillet

[5skIlIt] n.
1:

skilletskill(n. )+let(v. )

smolder

soar

sobriquet

2:

skillet.mpg

pan(n. )

[5smEJldE] v. () ()
1:

smoldersmoke(n. )+older(a. )

smother(v. )

[sC:] v.
1:

soarso+airso is in the air

roar(v. )oar(n. )

[5sEJbrIkeI] n.
1:

sobriquet sober(a.

)+quite(adv. )
socialite

[5sEJFElaIt] n.
1:

socialite social(a. )+elite(n. )

:
splurge

oscillate(v. )

[`spl\:dV] v.
1:

splurge splash(v.
)+surge(v. )


spout

249

[spaJt] v.
1:

spoutsp(speak)+outspeak out

:
sprawl

sprout(n. )

[sprC:l] v. () ()()
1:

sprawlspread(v. )+all(a. )

sprout

[spraJt] n.
1:

v. ()

sproutspring(n. )+out(v. )

:
stolid

stupor(n. )spout(v. )

[5stRlId] a.
1:

stolidstole(vbl. )+lid(n. )

stout

[staJt] a.
1:

stoutstart out(v. )

stroll

[strEJl] n. /v.
1:

strollstreet(n. )+roll(v. )

2:
stutter

stroll.mpg

[5stQtE(r)] v.
1:

stutterstart(v. )+utter(v. )

stymie

2:

stutter.mpg

stammer(v. /n. )

[5staImI] n. []
1:

v.

stymiestay(v. )+me(pron. )

250

GRE

2:
3:

stymie" me"
stymiemy(pron. )+ties(pl. )

sublime

[sE5blaIm] a.
1:

n.

sublimesub()+lime(n. )

:
suffrage

limerick(n. )

[5sQfrIdV] n.
1:

suffragesuffer(v. )+age(n.
)

sundry

[5sQndrI] a.
1:

sundrysun(n. )+dry(a. )

2:

sundry "

:
supersede

sunday(n. )

[su:pE5si:d] v.
1:

supersede super(a. )+sede( seed


)

:
swarm

superman(n. )

[swC:m] v. ()
1:

swarmswing(v. )+arm(n. )

2:
tapestry

swarm warm"

[5tApIstrI] n. () ()

251

1:
teetotal

tapestrytapes(pl. )+try(v. )

[5ti:tEJtl] a.
1:

teetotaltee(=tea )+total(a.
)

tenet

[5tenIt] n.
1:

tenetten(num. )+net(n. )

:
termite

tenant(n. )

[5t\:maIt] n.
1:

termiteter()+mite(n. )

thatch

2:

termite "

thermite(n. )

[WAtF] n.
1:

thatchthat(pron. )+hatch(n. )

thespian

[5WespIEn] n.
1:

thespianthe+spian(Spain )

Thespian
Shakespear

:
thrall

theater(n. )

[WrC:l] n.
1:

thrall thr( throw)+all thow all these


thralls out

thrill(v. )enthrall(v. )

252
thrash

tugboat

GRE
[WrAF] v. () ()
1:

thrashthrow(v. )+ash(n. )

2:

thrashtrash(n. )

[5tQ^bEJt] n.
1:

tugboattug(v. )+boat(n. )

:
turret

[ 5tQrIt] n.
1:

twaddle

trawl(n. )barge(n. )
turretturr "+et()

[5twRd(E)l] v.
1:

twaddlet(tongue )+waddle(v.
)

:
upsurge

dawdle(v. )

[5Qps\:dV] n. ()
1:

upsurgeup(adv. )+surge(v. )

usher

[5QFE(r)] n.
1:

v.

usher use(v. )+her(pron. )

2:

usherrushed(vbl. )

usurp

[5jJzEp] v. ()
1:

usurpus+urp(up)use up(v.
)

:
vermin

pursue(v. )

[5v\:mIn] n.
1:

verminvery(adv. )+min()

253

:
vertigo

veracity(n. )minute(a. )

[5v\:tI^EJ] n.
1:

vertigovert()+go(v. )

:
vestige

vertiginous(a. )

[5vestIdV] n.
1:

vestigevest(n. )+ige "

vixen

[5vIks(E)n] n.
1:

vixen vi( 6)+ x(


10)+en()60

:
willow

hen(n. )

[5wIlEJ] n.
1:

willowwill+lowwill be low

wither

[5wITE] v.
1:

witherwith(prep. ...)+her(pron. )

zealot

[5zelEt] n.
1:

zealotzeal(n. )+lot(n. )

GRE

254

abase

abate

[E5beIs] v.
1:

abatea+base(=to lower )

2:

grovel.mpg

basement(n. )debase(v. )

[E5beIt] v. ()
1:

abatea+bate(=to beat )to beat down

2:

abate.mpg

battle(n. )debate(v. )
rebate(n. )

abattoir

[5AbEtwB:(r)] n. ()

1:

abattoira+batt(=bat )+oir()

acrobat(n. ) baton(n. )
reservoir(n. )

abdicate

[5AbdIkeIt] v. ()
1:

abdicateab()+dic(=speak )+ate
()

dictator(n. )abduct(v. )


aberrant

255

[A5berEnt] a.
1:

aberrantab(=away )+err(=wander
)+ant

aberrance(n. )errant(a.
)abeyant(a. )abnormal(a.
)

abject

[5AbdVekt] a.
1:

abjectab(=downaway)+ject(=to throw )

dejected(a. )eject(v.
)

abjure

[Ab5dVJE(r)] v. () (
)
1:

abjureab(=away )+jure(=swear )
to deny upon oath

adjure(v. ) jury(n. )
forswear(v. )

abnegation

[AbnI5^eIF(E)n] n.
1:

abnegation ab(=off away)+neg(=to


deny)+ation

abnegate(v. )negative(a.
)

abnormal

[Ab5nC:m(E)l] a.
1:

abnormal ab(=away)+normal(a. )

abrogate

2:

abnormal.mpg

aberrant(a. )eccentric(a. )

[5AbrEJ^eIt] v. () (

256

GRE
)
1:

abrogateab(=away)+rogate(=to propose a
law)
rogaterog(=to ask )+ate

arrogate(v. ) derogate(v. )
sabotage(n. )

accolade

[5AkEleId] n.
1:

accoladeac+col(=neck )+ade

:
accretion

collar(n. )

[E5kri:F(E)n] n.
1:

accretionac+cret(=cres=to grow )+ion

:
acquiesce

increase(v. )

[AkwI5es] v.
1:

acquiesce ac(=ad)+quies(=quiet

)+ce
acrimony

[5AkrImEnI] n. ()
1:

acrimonyacri(=sharp )+mony

acumen

acute

adduce

[5AkjJmenE5kju:men] n.
1:

acumenacu(=needle )+men

menace(n. )

[E5kju:t] a. []
1:

acuteac()+ute

2:

acuteacute angle()

obtuse(a. )

[E5dju:s] v. ()


1:

257

adducead+duce(=to lead )

2:

adducetraduce(v. )

:
adjacent

deduce(v. )seduce(v. )

[E5dVeIsEnt] a.
1:

adjacentad+jac(=to lie )+entto


lie near

adjudicate

[E5dVu:dIkeIt] v.
1:

adjudicateadjudic(=to adjudge )+ate

:
adjure

judicial(a. )

[E5dVJE] v.
1:

adjuread+jure(=to swear )

:
adroit

abjure(v. )jury(n. )

[E5drCIt] a.
1:

adroita+droit(=right )

maladroit(a. )
dexterous(a. )

adumbrate

[5AdQmbreIt] v.
1:

adumbratead+ umbra(=shadow )+ate


represented only in outline (of the shadow)

umbrella(n. )umbrage(n. )

258
adversity

GRE
[Ed5v\:sItI] n.
1:

adversityadverse(a. )+ity
adversead+verse(=turn )

aesthetic

obverse(a. )

[i:s5WetIk] a.
1:

aestheticaesthet(=esthet )+ic

:
affidavit

aesthetics(n. )anesthetic(n. )

[AfI5deIvIt] n. [] (
)
1:

affidavitaf+fid(=trust )+avit

affliction

2:

affidavit.mpg

confide(v. )

[E5flIkF(E)n] n.
1:

afflictionafflict(v. )+ion

afflictaf(=ad)+flict(=to strikehit )

:
agglomerate

conflict(v. )flog(v. )

[E5^lRmEreIt] v.
1:

agglomerate

ag(=ad)+glomer(=globe

)+ate
:
aggressive

conglomerate(v. )

[5E^resIv] a.
1:

aggressiveaggress(v. )+ive

259

aggressag(=ad)+gress(=to stepgo )

egress(n. ) transgress(v. )
enterprising(a. )

aggrieved

[E5^ri:vd] a.
1:

aggrievedaggrieve(v. )+ed

aggrieveag(=ad)+grieve(v.
)

:
aghast

grave(a. )cry(v. )

[E5^B:st] a.
1:

aghasta()+ghast(=ghost )

:
agnostic

haste(n. )

[A^5nRstIk] n. []
1:

agnostica+gnostic(a. )

gnosticgnost(=to know )+ic

:
agrarian

agronomist

prognosticate(v. )

[E5^reErIEn] a.
1:

agrarianagr(=field )+arian

agriculture(n. )arable(a. )

[E`^rCnEmIst] n.
1:

agronomist agro( )+nomi(=nomy


)+ist

:
ailment

agriculture(n. )

[5eIlmEnt] n. ()
1:

ailmentail(=ill )+ment

260

GRE
:

lament(n. ) raiment(n. )
filament(n. )talisman(n.
)menial(n. )

allopathy

[E`lCpEWI] n. []
1:

allopathyallo(=otherdifferent
)+path()+y
()

hydropathy(n. )homeopathy(n.
)

alluvial

[E5lu:vIEl] a.
1:

alluvialal+luv(=lav=to wash )+ial

antediluvian(a. )lavatory(n.
)

altercation

[C:ltE5keIF(E)n] n.
1:

altercationaltercat(=alterate )+ion

altercate alterc(=alter=other)+ate to
quarrel with another

aluminum

[E5lu:mInEm] n. []
1:

aluminumalumin(=alum )+um

:
amass

ambidextrous

calcium(n. )

[E5mAs] v. ()
1:

amassa(=ad)+mass(v. )

amiss(a. )massacre(n. )

[AmbI5dekstrEs] a.


1:

ambidextrous

261

ambi( )+dextr(=dexter=right hand


)+ous
:
ambiguity

adroit(a. )dextrous(a. )

[AmbI5^ju:ItI] n.
1:

ambiguity ambi(=around)+gu(=to go)+ity


going here and thereuncertainty

ambiguous(a. , )
equivocal(a. )

ambivalent

[Am5bIvElEnt] a.
1:

ambivalent ambi( )+val(=to

be

strong)+ent
:

convalesce(v. )valor(n. )
invalid(n. )

amnesia

[Am5ni:zjE;(?@)Am5ni:VE] n. ()
1:

amnesiaa()+mnes(=to remember
)+ia()

2:

amnesiaanemia(n. )
?

amortize

3:

amnesia. mpg

mnemonics(n. )

[A5mErtaiz] v.
1:

amortizea()+mort()+ize(...)

262

GRE
:

immortal(a. )mortgage(n.
)moratorium(n. )

amputate

[5AmpjJteIt] v. ()
1:

amputate am(=around)+put(=to trim


)+ate

:
anachronism

maim(v. )

[E5nAkrEnIz(E)m] n. (
)
1:

anachronism

ana(=against

)+chron(=time )+ism

:
analogy

synchronize(v. )

[E5nAlEdVI] n.
1:

analogy

ana(=according

to

)+logy(=speechratio )

:
anesthetic

eulogy(n. )dialogue(n. )

[AnEs5WetIk] n.
1:

anesthetican()+esthet()+ic

:
animadvert

aesthetic(a. )

[AnImAd5v\:t] v.
1:

animadvertanim(=mind )+advert(=to
turn to) ()


:
animosity

263

advertize(v. )

[AnI5mRsItI] n. ()
1:

animosityanimos(=animus )+ity

animus

[5AnImEs] n. ()
1:

animusanim(=spirit )+us

annihilate

[E5naIEleIt] v.
1:

annihilatean(=ad)+nihil(=nil )+ate

:
annotate

annul(v. )

[`AnEJteIt] v.
1:

annotatean(=ad )+not(=note
)+ate

annotation(n. )connotation(n.
)

annul

[E5nQl] v. ()
1:

annulan(=ad)+nul(=null )

2:

annulluna(n. )

3:

annulannul a marriage ()
annul a plan ()

:
anode

annual(a. )

[5AnEJd] n. []
1:

anode an(=ana=up)+ode(=hode=way)
way up

:
anonymity

cathode (n. [] )

[AnE5nImItI] n.

264

GRE
1:

anonymity

an(=without

)+onym(=name )+ity

anonymous(a. ) pseudonym(n.
)

antecedence

[AntI5si:dEns] n.
1:

antecedenceantecede(v. )+ence

antecede ante(=before)+cede(=to go)

:
antediluvian

precede(v. )recede(v. )

[AntIdI5lu:vIEn] a.
1:

antediluvianante(=before)+diluv(=flood
)+ian

:
anthropoid

alluvial(a. )cataclysm(n. )

[5AnWrEpCId] a. ()
1:

n.

anthropoidanthrop(=man )+oid

:
antibiotic

misanthrope(n. )

[AntIbaI5RtIk] n.
1:

a.

antibioticanti(=against )+bio(=life
)+tic

:
anticipate

biology(n. )

[An5tIsIpeIt] v.
1:

anticipate

anti(=ante=before)+cip(=to

take)+ateto take beforerealize before

anticipatory(a. )anticipation(n.

265

)recipe(n. )
antics

[5AntIks] n. ()

1:

antidote

anticsantic(a. )+s

[5AntIdEJt] n.
1:

antidoteanti()+dote(=dose )

2:
antigen

antidote.mpg

[5AntIdV(E)n] n.
1:

antigenantibody(n. )+gen()

:
antiquated

tangent(a. )

[5AntIkweItId] a.
1:

antiquated antique(=ancient

)+ate+ed
:
antithesis

antic(a. )

[An5tIWEsIs] n. ()
1:

antithesis anti(=against )+thes(=to


place )+is

antithetic(a. )prothesis(n.
)hypothesis(n. )

apathetic

[ApE5WetIk] a.

1:

apathetica(=without )+path(=feeling
)+etic

apathy(n. )
pathetic(a. )

aperitif

[EperI5ti:f;(?@)EperE5ti:f] n.

266

GRE
1:

aperitifaperit(=apert=to open )+if

:
aphasia

aperture(n. )

[E5feIzjE;(?@)E5feIVE] n.
1:

aphasiaa(=without )+phas(=to speak


)+ia

:
aphorism

dysphasia(n. )

[5AfErIz(E)m] n.
1:

aphorism

ap(=apo=off

)+hor(=boundary )+ismdefinition(n.
)
:

metaphor(n. ) adage(n. )
epigram(n. )

apiary

apiculture

[5eIpIErI;(?@)5epIErI] n.
1:

apiaryapi(=bee )+ary()

2:

apiary.mpg

aviary(n. )

[5eIpIkQltFE(r)] n.
1:

apicultureapi(=bee )+culture(n. )

:
apocalypse

agriculture(n. )

[E5pRkElIps] n.
1:

apocalypseapo(=from )+calypse(=to
hide )disclose(v. )

apocalyptic(a. )eucalyptus(n. []
)

apocrypha

[E5pRkrIfE] n.
1:

apocrypha apo( )+cryph(=crypt

267

)+a ()

apocryphal(a. )
apogee(n. )cryptic(a.
)

apogee

[5ApEdVi:] n.
1:

apogeeapo(=from )+gee(=earth )

:
apoplectic

perigee(n. )

[ApE5plektIk] a.
1:

apoplecticapoplect(=apoplex )+ic

apoplexy

[5ApEpleksI] n. []
1:

apoplexyapo(=from )+plex(=to strike


)+y

apostasy

[E5pRstEsI] n.
1:

apostasy apo(=away )+sta(=stand


)+sy

2:

apostasya+post()+asy

apotheosis

[EpRWI5EJsIs] n.
1:

apotheosis

apo(=from

)+theos(=the=god )+isdeification

apotheosize(v. )atheist(n.
)

appal

[E`pR:l] v.

268

GRE
1:

appalap+pal(=pale )to turn pale

apple(n. )appalling(a.
)

apparition

[ApE5rIF(E)n] n.
1:

apparitionappar(=appear )+ition

appealing

2:

apparition. mpg

phantom(n. )

[E5pi:lIN] a.
1:

appealingappeal(v. )+ing

appealap+peal(=pel=push )

:
appease

appalling(a. )

[E5pi:z] v. ()(
)
1:

appeaseap+pease(=peace )

:
appellation

appeasement(n. )

[ApE5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

appellationappell(=appeal )+ation

:
appetizing

compellation(n. )

[5ApItaIzIN] a.
1:

appetizingappetize(v. )+ing

appetizeappet(=to long for )+ize

269

appetap+pet(=to seek )
:
applicable

appetite(n. )compete(v. )

[5AplIkEb(E)l] a.
1:

applicableapplic(=apply )+able

application(n.
)not applicable(a. )

apposite

[5ApEzIt] a.
1:

appositeap+pos(=to put )+ite

:
appreciable

opposite(a. )

[E5pri:FEb(E)l] a.
1:

appreciable

ap+preci(=to

price=to

estimate )+able
:
appreciative

depreciate(v. )

[E5pri:FIEtIv] a.
1:

appreciativeappreciate(v. )+ive

appreciation(n. )expropriate(v.
)

apprise

[E5praIz] v. ()
1:

appriseap+prise(=to seize=to learn )

2:

apprise apprise

the

captain

of

the

approach of the enemy (


)
:

prison(n. ) enterprise(n. )
reprisal(n. )sapphire(n. )

270
approachable

GRE
[E5prEJtFEb(E)l] a.

1:

approachable approach(v. )+able

:
approbatory

reproach(v. )

[E`prEJbEtErI] a.
1:

approbatory approbate(v.
)+ory
approbateap+prob(=to probe=to test
)+ate

:
appropriate

probation(n. )

[E5prEJprIeIt] a.
1:

v.

appropriate ap+propr(=proper

)+iate
2:

appropriate ap+propri(=ones own


)+ateto make ones own ()

appropriation(n. )
embezzle(v. )

approximate

[E5prRksImeIt] a.
1:

approximateap+proxim(=nearest
)+ate

:
aquatic

aqueduct

approximation(n. )

[E5kwAtIk] a.
1:

aquaticaqua(=water )+tic

marine(a. )

[5AkwIdQkt] n. []
1:

aqueduct aque(=water

)+duct(=to

271

conveylead )
:
arable

viaduct(n. )

[5ArEb(E)l] a.
1:

arablear(=to plough )+able

parable(n. )rabble(n.
)blare(v. )

arbitrary

[5B:bItrErI;(?@)5B:rbItrerI] a.
1:

arbitrary arbitr(=arbiter
)+ary

2:

arbitrary.mpg

pontifical(a. )dictator(n.
)

arbitrate

[5B:bItreIt] v.
1:

arbitrate arbitr(=arbiter
)+ate

:
archaeology

arbitrator(n. )

[B:kI5RlEdVI] n.
1:

archaeology archaeo( )+logy( )

:
archetype

paleobiology(n. )

[5B:kItaIp] n.
1:

archetypearche(=archi=primal
)+type(=model )

:
archives

prototype(n. )

[5B:kaIvz] n.
1:

archivesarch(=government )+ives
repository of official records

2:

archives.mpg

272

GRE
:

anarchy(n. )dossier(n.
)

arduous

[5B:djJEs;(?@)5BrdVJEs] a.
1:

arduousard(=hard )+uous

laborious(a. )sedulous(a.
)

aristocracy

[ArIs5tRkrEsI] n. []
1:

aristocracy

aristo(=best

)+cracy(=rule ) rule by the


best-born

arithmetic

2:

aristocracy.mpg

aristocrat(n. )

[ErIW5metIk] n.
1:

arithmeticarithm(=to count )+etic

:
armistice

arhythmic(a. )

[5B:mIstIs] n.
1:

armisticearmi(=arms )+stice(=to stop


)

:
arraign

truce(n. )

[E5reIn] v. []
1:

arraignar(=ad)+raign(=reason
)

:
arrears

arrange(v. )

[E5rIEz] n.
1:

arrears ar(=ad)+rear(=behind
)+s

default(v. )

273

moratorium(n. )
arrogate

[5ArEJ^eIt] v.
1:

arrogatear(=ad)+rog(=to ask)+ateto ask


for oneselfto claim what is not ones own

2:

arrogatearrogant(a. )

:
arthritis

articulate

derogate(v. )prerogative(n. )

[B:5WraItIs] n.
1:

arthritisarthr(=joint )+itis

2:

arthritis.mpg

[B:5tIkjJleIt] v.
1:

articulatearticul(=article )+ate

artifice

[5B:tIfIs] n.
1:

artificearti(=art )+fice(=to do )

artificial(a. )efficient(a.
)

artless

[5B:tlIs] a.
1:

artlessart(n. )+less

ascend

[E`send] v.
1:

ascenda(=ad)+scend(=to climb )

:
ascendancy

ascent(n. )descend(v. )

[E5sendEnsI] n. ()
1:

ascendancyascend(v. )+ancy

274

GRE

asphyxia

dominant(a. )

[As5fIksIE] n. []
1:

asphyxia a(=without )+sphyx(=pulse


)+iaa stopping of the pulse

asphyxiate(v. )Sphinx(n.
)

aspirant

[5AspIrEnt] n.
1:

aspirantaspire(v. )+ant

aspirea+spire(=to breathe )

2:

aspirant partisan(n. )

:
aspiration

assail

spartan(a. )

[AspE5reIF(E)n] n.
1:

aspirationaspire(v. )+ation

2:

aspiration. mpg

[E5seIl] v.
1:

assailas(=ad)+sail(=sali=to leap )

2:

assailalias(n. )

assault(n. /v. )salient(a.


)

assent

[E5sent] n. /v.
1:

assentas+sent(=to think )

275

consent(v. )accent(n.
)

assert

[E5s\:t] v.
1:

assertas+sert(=to joinadd )to join


to oneself
()

insert(v. )certain(a. )rejoin(v.


)

assertive

[E5s\:tIv] a.
1:

asseverate

assertiveassert(v. )+ive

[E5sevEreIt] v.
1:

asseverateas+sever(=severe
)+ateto do something earnestly

assiduity

[AsI5dju:ItI;(?@)AsE5du:EtI] n.
1:

assiduityas+sid(=to sit)+uity

:
assimilate

assiduous(a. )

[E5sImIleIt] v. ()
1:

assimilateas+simil(=similarlike)+ateto
make one thing like another

similar(a. )dissimulate(v.
)

assuage

[E5sweIdV] v. () (
)
1:

assuageas+sua(=sweetpleasant
)+age

sausage(n. )

276
astigmatic

GRE
[9AstIg`mAtIk] a.
1:

astigmatic

a(=without

)+stigma(=stigma=eyespot )+tic

stigma

:
astringent

astigmatism(n. )

[E5strIndVEnt] n.
1:

astringentastringe(v. )+ent

astringea(=ad)+stringe(=to draw tight


)

astrolabe

[5AstrEleIb] n. ()
1:

astrolabe astro(=astr=star)+labe(=to take


)star-taking

:
astrology

[E5strRlEdVI] n.
1:

astrologyastr(=star )+ology(......)

:
asunder

asymmetric

astroid(a. )

[E5sQndE] adv.
1:

asundera+sunder(v. )

sundry(a. )

[AsI5metrIk] a.
1:

asymmetric a( )+symmetry(n.
)+ic

atheism

[5eIWIIz(E)m] n.
1:

atheisma()+the(=god )+ism


:
athletics

277

apotheosis(n. )

[AW`letIks] n.
1:

athleticsathletic(n. )+s
athleticathlete(n. )+ic

athleteathl(=to contest )+ete

atonal

[eI5tEJn(E)l] a.
1:

atonala()+ton(=tone )+al

atrocity

[E5trRsItI] n.
1:

atrocityatroc(=dreadful )+ity

atrocater(=black )+oc

:
atrophy

atrocious(a. )

[5AtrEfI] n.
1:

atrophya()+trophy()

2:

atrophya()+troph(=trope )+y

attainment

3:

atrophy.mpg

trophy(n. )heliotropism(n. )

[E5teInmEnt] n.
1:

attainmentattain(v. )+ment
attainat+tain(=tang=to touch )

:
attest

detain(v. )

[E5test] v.

278

attire

GRE
1:

attestat+test(=witness )

testimony(n. )state(n. )

[E5taIE] n.
1:

v.

attireat(=ad)+tire(=row)to put in order

2:

attiresatire(n. )

:
attribute

saphire(n. )

[E5trIbu:t] v.
1:

n.

attributeat+tribute(=to give)

attrition

[E5trIF(E)n] n.
1:

attritionat+trit(=to rub)+iona rubbing


against something

audacity

[R:`dAsEtI] n.
1:

audacityaud(=to dare )+acity

:
augmentation

audacious(a. )

[9R:^men`teIFEn] n.
1:

augmentation augment(v. )+ation

augmentaug(=to increase )+ment

2:
auricular

[C:5rIkjJlE(r)] n.
1:

austere

augmentation. mpg
auricularauri(=ear )+cular

[R5stIE(r)] a.
1:

austereaust(=dry )+ere


2:

279

austereAustria(n. )

:
authentic

austerity(n. )

[\:5WentIk] a.
1:

authenticaut(=auto=self )+hent(=doer
)+ic

:
authoritative

authenticate(v. )

[C:5WRrItEtIv] a.
1:

authoritative authority(n. )+ative

authorize

[5C:WEraIz] v.
1:

authorize author(n.
)+ize

2:
autism

authorize.mpg

[5C:tIz(E)m] n. []
1:

autismaut(=auto )+ism

:
autocracy

altruism(n. )

[C:5tRkrEsI] n.
1:

autocracyauto(=self )+cracy(=to rule


)

:
automatism

autocrat(n. )

[C:5tRmEtIz(E)m] n.
1:

automatismauto(=self )+mat(=acting
)+ism

autonomous

[C:5tRnEmEs] a.
1:

autonomousauto(=self )+nom(=law

280

GRE
)+ous

auxiliary

[C:^5zIljErI] a.
1:

auxin

auxiliaryauxili(=help )+ary

[5C:ksIn] n.
1:

auxinaux(=to grow )+in()

:
avant-garde

toxin(n. )

[AvRN5^B:d] n. ()
1:

avant-gardeavant()+garde(=guard)

2:

avant-garde
vanguard(v. )

averse

[E5v\:s] a.
1:

aversea+verse(=to turn)to turn from

2:

aversetraverse(v. )

:
avocation

adverse(a. )aversion(n. )

[AvE5keIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

avocationa()+vocation(n. )

vocationvoc(=to call )+ation

2:

avocationvacation(n. )

:
avow

advocate(v. )

[E5vaJ] v.
1:

avowa+vow(v. )

avowal(n. )


avuncular

281

[e5vQNkjJlE(r)] a.
1:

avuncularav()+uncul(=uncle
)+ar

awe-inspiring

[`R:In9spaIErIN] a.
1:

awe-inspiringawe(n. )+inspire(v.
)+ing

babble

[5bAbl] v.
1:

babblebabb(=baby)+lebaby

backlog

2:

babbling.mpg

gabble(v. )

[5bAklR^] n. ()
1:

backlog back(a. )+log(n. )

balderdash

[5bC:ldEdAF] n.
1:

balderdashbalder(a. )+dash(v. )

ballerina

[bAlE5ri:nE] n.
1:

ballerinaball(=to dance )+erina

barometer

2:

ballerina. mpg

ballroom(n. )

[bE`rCmItE] n.
1:

barometer baro(
)+meter

:
baton

bar(n. )

[5bAt(E)n;(?@)bE5tRn] n.
1:

batonbat()+on

282

GRE

abate(v. ) abattoir(n. )
battle(n. )truncheon(n. )

beater

beefy

[5bi:tE] n.
1:

beaterbeat(v. )+er

berate(v. )

[5bi:fI] a. ()
1:

beget

begrudge

[bI5^et] v. ()
1:

begetbe+get(v. )

bigot(n. )

[bI5^rQdV] v.
1:

behold

beefybeef(n. )+y

begrudgebe+grudge(v. )

[bI5hEJld] v.
1:

beholdbe()+hold(v. )

2:

behold ""

:
belabour

beholder(n. )

[bI`leIbE(r)] v.
1:

belabourbe()+labour(v. )

2:

belabour ""

beleaguer

[bI5li:^E(r)] v.
1:

beleaguerbe+leaguer(v. )

2:

beleaguerbeleaguer ""


:
belie

283

colleague(n. )

[bI5laI] v.
1:

beliebe+lie(n. )to deceive by lies

:
belittle

[bI5lIt(E)l] v.
1:

bellicose

belittlebe+little(a. )

[5belIkEJs] a.
1:

belligerent

aver(v. [] )

bellicosebelli(=war)+cose

[bI5lIdVErEnt] a.
1:

belligerent belli(=war)+gerent(=carrying
on )

belongings

[bI5lRNINz] n.
1:

belongings belong(v.
)+ings

2:
benediction

belongings.mpg

[benI5dIkF(E)n] n.
1:

benediction bene(=well )+dict(=to


speak )+ion

:
benefactor

malediction(n. )

[5benIfAktE(r)] n.
1:

benefactor bene(=well )+fact(=to do


)+or

2:
beneficial

benefactor.mpg

[benI5fIF(E)l] a.
1:

beneficial(=well )+fic(=to do)+ial


doing good to

beneficiary(n. )

284
benevolent

GRE
[bI5nevElEnt] a.
1:

benevolent(=well )+vol(=to wish


)+ent

:
benighted

benevolence(n. )

[bI5naItId] a.
1:

benightedbe+night(n. )+ed

bequeath

[bI5kwi:T] v. ()
1:

bequeathbe(=by)+queath(=to leave )
to leave by will

berate

[bI5reIt] v.
1:

beratebe+rate(v. )

debate(v. )beater(n. )rebate(v.


)liberate(v. )

beseech

[bI5si:tF] v.
1:

beseechbe+seech(=to seek )

2:

beseech.mpg

entreat(v. )implore(v.
)supplicate(v. )

besmirch

[bI5sm\:tF] v.
1:

bespeak

[bI5spi:k] v.
1:

beverage

besmirchbe+smirch(v. )
bespeakbe+speak(v. )

[5bevErIdV] n. ()
1:

beveragebever(=to drink )+age

: leverage(n. )
bibliography

[bIblI5R^rEfI] n. ()

285

1:

bibliography

biblio(=book

)+graphy(=to write )
:
bibulous

bifurcate

Bible(n. )

[5bIbjJlEs] a.
1:

bibulousbib(=to drink )+ulous

imbibe(v. )

[5baIf\:keIt] v.
1:

bifurcatebi(=two)+furc(=fork )+ateto
be two-forked

bigot

[5bI^Et] n. ()

1:

bigotbi(=by)+got(=god )

:
bigotry

beget(v. )

[`bI^EtrI] n. ()
()
1:

bilingual

bigotrybigot(n. )+ry

[baI5lIN^wEl] a.
1:

bilingualbi(=two )+lingu(=language
)+al

:
bilious

biosphere

polyglot(a. )

[5bIljEs] a.
1:

biliousbile(n. )+ious

choleric(a. )

[5baIEJsfIE(r)] n.
1:

biosphere bio(=life

)+sphere(=globe )

286

GRE
:

bizarre

blackmail

antibiotic(a.

n. )

[bI5zB:(r)] a.
1:

bizarrebizar(=beard )+re

2:

bizarre.mpg

rebarbative(a. )

[5blAkmeIl] v.
1:

blackmailblack(a. )+mail(n. )

2:
blandishment

blackmail.mpg

[`blAndIFmEnt] n.
1:

blandishment blandish(v.
)+ment
blandishbland(=soft )+ish

blasphemy

[5blAsfEmI] n. ()
()
1:

blasphemyblaspheme(v.
)+y
blasphemeblas(=false )+pheme(=to
speak )to speak ill of

blinds

2:

blasphemy.mpg

blasphemous(a. )

[blaIndz] n.
1:

blindsblind(a. )+s

blizzard

[5blIzEd] n.
1:

blizzard blizz(=bliz=violent blow)+ard


:
bloated

blockbuster

287

hazard(n. )

[5blEJtId] a.
1:

bloatedbloat(v. )+ed

bolted(a. )blow(v. )

[5blRkbQstE(r)] n. ()

1:

blockbuster block(n. )+buster(n.


)

blowhard

[`blEJhB:d] n. <>
1:

blowhardblow(v. )+hard(adv.
)

bluff

[blQf] v. /n.
1:

bluffblow(v. )+stuff(n. )

2:
boisterous

bluff.mpg

[5bCIstErEs] a. ()
1:

boisterousboi(=boy )+sterous

bolted

bombast

[bEJltId] a.
1:

boltedbolt(v. )+ed

bloated(a. )

[5bRmbAst] n.
1:

bombastbomb(n. )+blast(n. )

:
bonanza

bombastic(a. )

[bE5nAnzE] n. []
1:

bonanzabon(=good )+anza

288

GRE
:

bonny

stanza(n. )

[5bRnI] a.
1:

bonnybonn(=bon=good )+y

2:

bonny ""

bony(a. )bonus(n. )
boon(n. )bonnet(n. )

bounteous

[5baJntIEs] a.
1:

bounteousbounte(=bounty )+ous

:
bracing

[5breEsIN] n.
1:

braggart

abound(v. )
a.

bracingbrace(v. )+ing

[5brA^Et] n. /a. () ()
1:

braggartbragg(=brag )+art

bravado

[brE5vB:dEJ] n.
1:

bravadobrave(a. )+ado

bravura

[brE5vJErE] n.
1:

brazen

brimful

bravurabrave(a. )+ura

[5breIz(E)n] a.
1:

brazenbraze(v. )+en

brass(n. )

[brIm5fJl] a.
1:

brimfulbrim(n. )+ful

brindled

[5brInd(E)ld] a.
1:

brindledbrind(=brand )+le+ed

289

bronchitis

[brRN5kaItIs] n. []
1:

bronchitis

bronch(=branch

)+itis(=disease )
brusque

[brJsk;(?@)brQsk] a. ()
1:

brusquebrus(=brute )+que

bucolic

[bju:5kRlIk] a.
1:

bucolicbu(=bull )+col(=cow )+ic

bulwark

[5bJlwEk] n.
1:

bulwarkbull(n. )+wark(=work
)

bumper

[5bQmpE(r)] n. ()
1:

bumperbump(v. )+er

:
buoyant

fender(n. )

[5bCIEnt] a.
1:

buoyantbuoy(n. )+ant

:
bureaucracy

buoyancy(n. )

[bjJ5rRkrEsI] n. []
1:

bureaucracybureau(n. )+cracy(=rule
)

buxom

calcium

[5bQksEm] a. ()
1:

buxombux()+om

bust(n. )bosom(n. )

[5kAlsIEm] n. [] ( Ca)

290

GRE
1:

calciumcalc(=lime )+ium

:
calculate

aluminium(n. )

[5kAlkjJleIt] v.
1:

calculatecalc(=small stone )+ulate

arithmetic(n. )compute(v.
)

calligraphy

[kE5lI^rEfI] n.
1:

calligraphycalli(=beautiful
)+graph(=to write )+y beautiful
writing

:
candidature

kaleidoscope(n. )

[5kAndIdEtFE(r)] n.
1:

candidature candidate(n. )+ure

:
cannibalism

slate(n. )

[`kAnIbElIzLm] n. ()

1:

cannibalismcannibal(n. )+ism

2:

cannibal.mpg

Hannibal The Cannibal(


)

cantata

[kAn5tB:tE] n.
1:

cantatacant(=to sing )+ata

recant(v. )oratorio(n.

291

)
capitation

[kApI5teIF(E)n] n.
1:

capitationcapit(=cap=head )+ation

:
capitulate

capital(n. )

[kE5pItjJleIt] v. ()
1:

capitulatecapit(=head )+ulate

:
captivation

capitulation(n. )

[kAptI5veIF(E)n] n.
1:

captivationcaptivate(v. )+ion

captivatecaptive(n. )+ate

captivecapt(=take )+ive

carnage

[5kB:nIdV] n.
1:

carnagecarn(=flesh )+age

:
carnival

massacre(n. )slaughter(n. )

[5kB:nIv(E)l] n. [] ( 3 )

1:

carnival

carni(=flesh

)+val(=vale=farewell )

:
carnivore

valediction(n. )cannibal(n. )

[5kB:nIvC:(r)] n.
1:

carnivorecarni(=flesh )+vore(=eat )

292

GRE
:

carnivorous(a. )herbivore(n.
)

carrion

[5kArIEn] n.
1:

carrioncarr(=carn=flesh )+ion

carry on(v. )canyon(n.


)

cartographer

[kB:5tR^rEfE(r)] n.
1:

cartographercarto(=mapchart
)+graph(=to draw )+er

cascade

[kA`skeId] n.
1:

cascadecas(=fall )+cad(=fall )+e

occasion(n. ) decadence(n. )
waterfall(n. )

castigate

[5kAstI^eIt] v.
1:

castigatecasti(=pure)+gate(=to compel to
be )

:
cataclysm

castigation(n. )

[5kAtEklIz(E)m] n. []
1:

cataclysm cata(=down )+clysm(=to


wash )

antediluvian(a. )
deluge(n. )

catalysis

[kE5tAlIsIs] n. []
1:

catalysis cata(=completely )+lys(=to


loose )+is

:
cathode

catalyst(n. [] )

[5kAWEJd] n. []


1:

293

cathode cath(=cata=down)+hode(=way)
way down

:
catholic

anode(n. [] )

[5kAWElIk] a.
1:

catholic cath(=cata=completely

)+ol(=hol=whole )+ic

caustic

[5kC:stIk] a.
1:

causticcaust(=to burn )+ic

2:

causticacoustic(a. )

cavalcade

cavalier

[kAvl5keId] n.
1:

cavalcadecavalc(=horse )+ade

parade(n. )fusillade(n. )

[kAvE5lIE] n.
1:

cavaliercavali(=to ride )+er

2:

cavaliercav(=cave )+alier(=liar
)

:
cavalry

cavern

celebrated

caviler(n. )

[5kAvlrI] n. [] ()
1:

cavalrycavalr(=cavalier )+y

chivalry(n. )

[5kAvEn] n.
1:

caverncave(n. )+ern

craven(a. )

[5selIbreItId] a.
1:

celebratedcelebrate(v. )+ed

294

GRE

celebrity

renowned(a. )

[sI5lebrItI] n.
1:

celebrity celebr(=celeber=renowned
)+ity

celerity

celestial

[sI5lerItI] n.
1:

celerityceler(=swift )+ity

accelerate(v. )

[sI5lestIEl;(?@)sE5lZstFl] a.
1:

celibacy

celestialcelest(=heaven )+ial

[`selIbEsI] n. ()
1:

celibacycelib(=unmarried )+acy

cemetery

[5semEtrI;(?@)5semEterI] n.
1:

cemeterycemet(=to lull to sleep )+ery

2:

cemetery.mpg

epitaph(n. )necropolis(n.
)

censorious

[sen5sC:rIEs] a.
1:

centrifugal

censoriouscensor(n. )+ious

[sen5trIfjJ^(E)l] a.
1:

centrifugal centri(=center )+fug(=to


flee )+al

:
centripetal

fugitive(n. )

[sen5trIpIt(E)l] a.
1:

centripetalcentri(=center )+pet(=seek
)+al


:
cephalic

cephaliccephal()+ic

[5serIbr(E)l;(?@)sE5ri:brEl] a.
1:

cerebration

compete(v. )

[sI5fAlIk] a. []
1:

cerebral

295

cerebralcerebr()+al

[serI5breIF(E)n] n.
1:

cerebrationcerebrate(v. )+ion

cerebratecerebr()+ate

cerebrum

[5serIbrEJm] n.
1:

cessation

chameleon

cerebrumcerebr()+um

[se5seIF(E)n] n.
1:

cessationcess(=to cease )+ation

recession(n. )

[kE5mi:lIEn] n.
1:

chameleon

chame(=on

the

ground)+leon(=lion)
2:
chary

chastise

chameleon. mpg

[5tFeErI] a.
1:

charychar(=care )+y

wary(a. )

[tFAs5taIz] v.
1:

chastisechaste(a. )+ise

:
chauvinism

chastity(n. )

[5FEJvInIz(E)m] n.
1:

chauvinismchauvin(n.

296

GRE
)+ism

chipmunk

[5tFIpmQNk] n. [] ()
1:

chipmunk

chip(=chirp

)+munk(=monkey )

choreography

[kRrI5R^rEfI] n.
1:

choreography

choreo(=dance

)+graphy(=to write )

chronometer

[krE5nRmItE(r)] n. ()
1:

chronometerchrono()+meter(
)

:
chrysanthemum

horology(n. )

[krI5sAnWEmEm] n.
1:

chrysanthemum chrys(
)+anthem(=anth )+um

:
circuitous

gardenia(n. )

[s\:5kjJItEs] a.
1:

circuitouscircuit(n. )+ous
circuitcircu(=circle )+it(=to go )

:
circumlocution

circuity(n. )

[s\:kEmlE5kju:F(E)n] n.
1:

circumlocution

circum(=circle

)+locu(=loqu=to speak )+tion


:
circumscribe

297

locution(n. )

[5s\:kEmskraIb] v. ...
1:

circumscribecircum()+scribe()

:
circumspect

proscribe(v. )

[5s\:kEmspekt] a.
1:

circumspect circum( )+spect( )

inspect(v. )conspectus(n.
)

circumvent

[s\:kEm5vent] v.
1:

circumventcircum()+vent(=to come)

:
clairvoyance

convention(n. )

[kleE5vCIEns] n.
1:

clairvoyanceclair(=clear )+voy(=to
see )+ance

:
clamour

voyeur(n. )

[`klAmE(r)] v.
1:

clamour clam(=claim =to cry out


)+our

:
clandestine

clamorous(a. )

[klAn5destIn] a.
1:

clandestineclan(n. )+destine(v. )

:
clannish

destination(n. )

[5klAnIF] a.
1:

clannishclann(=clan )+ish

298

GRE
:

clapper

[5klApE(r)] n.
1:

clemency

sectarian(a. )
clapperclapp(=clap )+er

[5klemEnsI] n.
1:

clemencyclemen(=gentle )+cy

2:
clientele

[kli:En5tel;(?@)klaIEn5tel] n.
1:

cloister

clienteleclient(n. )+ele

[5klCIstE(r)] n.
1:

cloistered

clemency.mpg

cloisterclois(=to close )+ster

[5klCIstEd] a.
1:

cloistered cloister(v.
)+ed

cloudburst

[5klaJdb\:st] n.
1:

cloudburstcloud(n. )+burst(v. )

:
coagulate

deluge(n. )

[kEJ5A^jJleIt] v. () ()
1:

coagulate

co(=together)+ag(=to

drive)+ulateto drive together


2:

coagulate catalogue(n. )

:
coalesce

coagulant(n. )

[kEJE5les] v.
1:

coalesce co(=com=together)+alesce(=to
grow)

cobbler

[5kRblE(r)] n.


1:

299

cobblercobble(v. )+er
cobbleblock(n. )

2:
coerce

cobbler.mpg

[kEJ5\:s] v.
1:

coerceco()+erce(=ert
)

coeval

2:

coerceforce(v. )

3:

coerce.mpg

coercion(n. )

[kEJ5i:v(E)l] a.

n.

1:

coevalco()+ev()+al

2:

coevalalcove(n. )

:
cognate

medieval(a. )

[5kR^neIt] a. ()

1:

cognate co(=same)+gnat(=nat=nas=to be
born)+e

2:

cognatecoagent(n. )

:
cognomen

[kR^5nEJmen] n.
1:

cognomen

co(=together

)+gnomen(=nomen=name

additional name
collate

[kE5leIt] v.
1:

collatecol(=com=together)+late(=to bring)

300

GRE
:

collation(n. )relate(v. )
rapport(n. )

colloquium

[kE5lEJkwIEm] n.
1:

colloquium

col(=com)+loqu(=to

speak)+ium
collude

[kE5lju:d] v.
1:

colludecol(=com)+lude(=to play)to play


togetherto conspire together

collusion(n. )allude(v.
)

comatose

combustible

[5kEJmEtEJs] a.
1:

comatosecoma(n. )+tose

tomatoes(n. )

[kEm5bQstIb(E)l] a.
1:

combustiblecombust(v. )+ible

:
commandment

combustion(n. )

[kE5mB:ndmEnt] n.
1:

commandment command(v. )+ment


commence

[kE5mens] v.
1:

commence

com(=together

)+mence(=to initiate )
commencement

[5kE5mensmEnt] n.
1:

commencementcommence(v. )+ment

commensurate

[kE5menFErEt] a.
1:

commensurate

com(=same

301

)+mensure(=to measure )+ate

:
commiserate

incommensurate(a. )

[kE5mIzEreIt] v.
1:

commiserate com+miser(=wretched
)+ate

:
commitment

miserable(a. )

[kE5mItmEnt] n.
1:

commitmentcommit(v.
)+ment

2:
commodious

commitment.mpg

[kE5mEJdIEs] a.
1:

commodious com(=with)+mod(=measure
)+ious ()

incommodious(a. )spacious(a.
)

commotion

[kE5mEJF(E)n] n.
1:

commotioncom(=together)+mot(=to move
)+ion

2:
compact

commotion.mpg

[5kRmpAkt] a.
1:

compact com(=together)+pact(=to fasten


)

compellation

[9kCmpE`leIFEn] n.
1:

compellationcompellate(=appell=to call
)+ion

appellation(n. )

302
compelling

compendious

GRE
[kEm5pelIN] a.
1:

compellingcompell(v. )+ing

2:

compelling.mpg

[kEm5pendIEs] a.
1:

compendious

com+pend(=to

weigh

)+ious

:
complacent

compendium(n. )

[kEm5pleIsEnt] a.
1:

complacentcom+plac(=to please)+ent

:
complaisance

complacency(n. )

[kEm5pleIzEns] n.
1:

complaisance com+plais(=to please)+ance

:
comportment

complaisant(a. )

[kEm`pR:tmEnt] n.
1:

comportmentcomport(v. )+ment

composite

2:

comportmentcompartment(n. )

deportment(n. )

[5kRmpEzIt] a.
1:

n.

composite com(=together)+pos(=put)+ite

:
composure

composer(n. )

[kEm5pEJVE(r)] n.
1:

composure compose(v. )+ure

303

poseur(n. )discompose(v.
)equanimity(n. )

comprehensive

[kRmprI5hensIv] a.
1:

comprehensive comprehens(=comprehend
)+ive

:
compunction

comprehension(n. )

[kEm5pQNkF(E)n] n.
1:

compunctioncom(=completely)+punct(=to
prick )+ion

concatenate

[kEn5kAtIneIt] v.
1:

concatenate con(=together)+caten(=chain
)+ateto link together

:
concave

concede

concatenation(n. )

[5kRnkeIv] a.
1:

concavecon+cave(n. )

convex(a. )

[kEn5si:d] v. () ()

1:

concedecon(=with)+cede(=to give away


)

conceited

[kEn5si:tId] a.
1:

conceitedconceit(v. )+ed

:
conceive

deceit(n. )

[kEn5si:v] v.
1:

conceivecon+ceive(=to take )

2:

conceive.mpg

304

GRE
conceive1.mpg
:

concerted

[kEn5s\:tId] a.
1:

concerto

conciliate

conceivable(a. )
concertedconcert(v. )+ed

[kEn5tFeEtEJ] n.
1:

concertoconcert(n. )+o

2:

concerto.mpg

crescendo(n. )

[kEn5sIlIeIt] v.
1:

conciliatecon(=together)+cili(=to call)+ate
to make friendly

:
concomitant

conciliation(n. )

[kEn5kRmItEnt] a.
1:

n.

concomitant

con(=with)+comit(=companion )+ant

concord

[5kRNkC:d] n. ()
1:

concord con(=same)+cord(=heart)

concordant(a. )cordial(a.
)accord(v. )

condescend

[kRndI5send] v.
1:

condescend con+descend( ) to let


oneself down

:
condolence

condescension(n. )

[kEn5dEJlEns] n.
1:

condolencecondole(v. )+ence
condolecon(=together)+dole(=to grieve

305

feel pain)to suffer pain with another

2:
conduce

condolence.mpg

[kEn5dju:s;(?@)kEn5du:s] v.
1:

conducecon(=together)+duce(=to lead)
to lead together

:
confection

conducive(a. )

[kEn5fekF(E)n] n.
1:

confection confect(
)+ion
confect con(=together)+fect(=to make)

2:

confection con+affection(n. )

:
confide

confession(n. )

[kEn5faId] v. ()
1:

confidecon+fide(=to trust )

confidence(n. )affidavit(n.
)

confiscate

[5kRnfIskeIt] v.
1:

confiscatecon+fisc(=treasury )+ate
to seize for the public treasury

conflagration

2:

confiscate.mpg

fiscal(a. )

[kRnflE5^reIF(E)n] n.
1:

conflagration con( )+flagr(=to


burn )+ation

conflate

[kEn5fleIt] v.

306

GRE
1:

conflatecon(=together)+flate(=to blow)
to blow together

confluence

[5kRnflJEns] n.
1:

confluence con(=together)+flu(=to flow


)+enceto flow together

congeal

[kEn5dVi:l] v. () ()
1:

congealcon(=together)+geal(=to freeze )

congenial

[kEn5dVi:nIEl] a.
1:

congenial con(=together)+genial(a.
)

congenital

[kEn5dVenIt(E)l] n. a.
1:

congenitalcon(=together)+genit(=born)+al
born together with

conglomerate

[kEn5^lRmreIt] v. () ()
1:

conglomeratecon+glomer(=ball of thread
)+ateto wind into a ball

:
congruent

agglomerate(v. )

[5kRN^rJEnt] a. []
1:

congruentcon(=completely )+gru(
)+ent

2:

congruent congruent triangles(


)

:
conifer

congruity(n. [] )

[5kEJnIfE(r)] n. [] ()
1:

conifer coni(=cone )+fer(=to


bear )

proliferate(v. )


conjecture

307

[kEn5dVektFE(r)] n. v.
1:

conjecture

con(=together)+ject(=to

throw)+ureto throw together

connivance

[kE`naIvEns] n.
1:

connivanceconnive(v. )+ance
connivecon+nive(=to blink )

connotation

[kRnE5teIF(E)n] n.
1:

connotationconnote(v. )+ation

connote con+note(n. ) to
make a note

:
connotative

annotation(n. )

[`kCnEJteItIv] a.
1:

connotativeconnote(v. )+ative

consanguinity

[kRnsAN5^wInItI] n.
1:

consanguinity

con(=same)+sanguine(=blood )+ity

consequential

[kRnsI5kwenF(E)l] a.

1:

consequentialconsequent(=consequence
)+ial
consequence

con(=with)+sequ(=to

follow)+encefollowing closely

308
conservatory

GRE
[kEn5s\:vEtrI] n.
1:

conservatory conserve(v.

)+ate+ory()
conspectus

[kEn5spektEs] n.
1:

conspectuscon+spect(=to look )+us

circumspect(a. )epitome(n.
)

conspicuous

[kEn5spIkjJEs] a.
1:

conspicuous con(=thoroughly)+spic(=to
see )+uous

conspiracy

2:

conspicuous.mpg

perspicacious(a. )

[kEn5spIrEsI] n. ()
1:

conspiracy conspire(v. )+acy

conspirecon(=together)+spire(=to breathe)
to breathe together

2:

conspiracy.mpg

conspirator(n. )
machination(n. )

constellation

[kRnstE5leIF(E)n] n. []
1:

constellation constellate(v.
)+ion
constellatecon+stell(=star )+ate

:
consternation

satellite(n. )

[kRnstE5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

consternationconsternate(v.

309

)+ion
consternate con+stern(=to lay low
)+ate
constituent

[kEn5stItjJEnt] n.
1:

constituentconstitute(v. )+ent

constitute con(=together)+stit(=to place


)+ute

consummate

[5kRnsEmeIt] v.
1:

consummate con+sum(=highest utmost


)+ate

contention

2:

consummate.mpg

consummation(n. )

[kEn5tenF(E)n] n.
1:

contention content(=contend
)+ion

:
conterminous

contentious(a. )

[kRn5t\:mInEs] a.
1:

conterminous

con(=same)+termin(=boundary )+ous

contiguous

[kEn5tI^jJEs] a.
1:

contiguous con+tig(=tag=to

touch

)+uous
:
continent

contiguity(n. )

[5kRntInEnt] a.
1:

continentcon+tin(=to hold )+ent

310

GRE
:

contingent

continence(n. )

[kEn5tIndVEnt] a.
1:

contingent con+ting(=tig=to

touch

)+ent
:

contingency(n. )
tangent(a. )

contort

contravene

[kEn5tC:t] v. ()
1:

contortcon+tort(=to twist )

contortion(n. )retort(v. )

[kRntrE5vi:n] v. ()
1:

contravene

contra(=against

)+vene(=to come)
:
contrite

contravention(n. )

[5kRntraIt] a.
1:

contritecon+trite(=to grind )

:
contrive

contrition(n. )

[kEn5traIv] v.
1:

contrivecon+trive(=figure of speechtrope
)to represent by figures of speech

:
contumacious

contrived(a. )

[kRntju:5meIFEs] a.

1:

contumacious con+tum(=to swell be


proud )+acious

:
contumely

contumacy(n. )

[5kRntju:mlI] n.


1:

311

contumelycon+tume(=to swell
)+ly

:
convalesce

contumelious(a. )

[kRnvE5les] v.
1:

convalescecon+val(=to be strong)+esce
to grow strong

convalescence(n. )ambivalent(a.
)

conventionality [kEn9venFE`nAlEtI] n.
1:

conventionalityconventional(a.
)+ity
conventional convention(n. )+al

converge

[kEn5v\:dV] v.
1:

convergecon+verge(=to incline )

convergent(a. a. , ,
) convergence(n. )
diverge(v. )

convex

[5kRnveks] a.
1:

convexcon(=together)+vex(=to bring)to
bring together

:
convivial

concave(a. )

[kEn5vIvIEl] a.
1:

convivial con(=together)+viv(=to
)+ial

:
convocation

revive(v. )

[kRnvE5keIF(E)n] n.

live

312

GRE
1:

convocationcon(=together)+voc(=to call
)+ation

:
convoke

convention(n. )

[kEn5vEJk] v.
1:

convokecon+voke(=to call )

:
convulsion

revoke(v. )

[kEn5vQkF(E)n] n.
1:

convulsion con+vuls(=pluck
)+ion

2:
convoluted

convulsion. mpg

[`kCnvElU:tId] a.
1:

convolutedcon+volut(=to turn )+ed

:
convoy

revolution(n. )

[kRn5vCI] n. /v.
1:

convoycon(=together)+voy()

:
convulse

voyage(n. )

[kEn5vQls] v.
1:

convulsecon+vulse(=to pluck )

:
cordon

cornet

convulsion(n. )

[5kC:d(E)n] n.
1:

cordoncord(=string )+on

sentry(n. )

[5kC:nIt] n.
1:

cornetcorn(=horn )+et()

313

cornucopia

[kC:njJ5kEJpIE] n.
1:

cornucopia

cornu(=corn

)+copia(=plenty )
corny

[5kC:nI] a.
1:

cornycorn(n. )+y

2:
corona

[kE5rEJnE] n. []
1:

corporal

coronacoron()+a

[5kC:pEr(E)l] a.
1:

corpulent

corny.mpg

n. []

corporalcorpor(=body )+al

[5kC:pjJlEnt] a.
1:

corpulent corp(=body)+ulent

:
corpus

[5kC:pEs] n.
1:

corpuscle

corpulence(n. )
corpuscorp(=body )+us

[5kC:pQs(E)l] n. []
1:

corpusclecorpus(=body )+cle(=little
)

:
corroborate

cytology(n. )

[kE5rRbEreIt] v. ()

1:

corroborate cor+robor(=strength)+ate
strengthen

:
coruscate

corroboration(n. )

[5kRrEskeIt;(?@)5kC:rEskeIt] v.

314

GRE
1:

coruscatecorusc(=to flash )+ate

:
cosycozy

scintillate(v. )

[5kEJzI] a.
1:

cosycos(=close )+y

2:
coterie

cosy.mpg

[5kEJtErI] n.
1:

coterieco()+ter(=terr )+ie

:
coterminous

territory(n. )erotic(a. )

[kEJ`t\:mInEs] a.
1:

coterminous

co(=con=same

)+termin(=term=boundary )+ous

terminate(v. )exterminate(v.
)

counteract

[kaJntE5rAkt] v.
1:

counteractcounter(=against )+act(v.
)

counterfeit

[5kaJntEfi:t] v.
1:

counterfeit counter( )+feit(=to make)

:
countermand

forfeit(v. )surfeit(v. )

[kaJntE5mB:nd] v. (
)
1:

countermandcounter()+mand(=to order
)


covetous

[5kQvItEs] a.
1:

cower

315

covetouscovet(v. )+ous

[5kaJE(r)] v.
1:

cowercow(n. )+er

(bull)

:
crabbed

coward(n. )

[5krAbId] a.
1:

crabbedcrabb(=crab )+ed

crafty

[5krB:ftI] a.
1:

craftycraft(n. )+y

2:
cramped

crafty.mpg

[krAmpt] a. ()

1:

crampedcramp(v.
)+ed

cranky

[5krANkI] a. ()

1:

craving

[5kreIvIN] n.
1:

crepuscular

crankycrank(n. )+y
cravingcrave(v. )+ing

[krI5pQskjJlE(r)] a.
1:

crepuscularcrepuscule(n. )+ar

crepuscule crep(=dark )+uscule

GRE

316

crescendo

[krI5FendEJ] n. ()
1:

crescendocresc(=to grow )+endo


diminuendo(n. )increase(v. )
concerto(n. )

crestfallen

[5krestfC:lEn] a.
1:

crestfallen crest(n. )+fall(v.


)+en

henpecked(a. )
downcast(a. )

crevice

crochet

[5krevIs] n. ()
1:

crevicecrev(=to crack )+ice

service(n. )

[5krEJFeI;(?@)krEJ5FeI] n.

v.

1:

crochetcroch(=hook )+et()

crustacean

[krQ5steIF(E)n] a.
1:

n.

crustacean crust(=shell )+acean

cryptic

[5krIptIk] a.
1:

crypticcrypt(=to hide )+ic

:
cryptogram

Egypt(n. )

[5krIptE^rAm] n.
1:

cryptogram crypto(
)+gram(=to write )

317

:
cubicle

encrypt(v. )telegram(n. )

[5kju:bIk(E)l] n.
1:

cubiclecubi(=cub=cumb=to lie downlie


asleep)+cle()

concubine(n. )recumbent(a.
)cuticle(n. )

culinary

[5kQlInErI] a.
1:

culinaryculin(=kitchen )+ary

:
cumbersome

cuisine(n. )

[5kQmbEsEm] a.
1:

cumbersomecumber(n. )+some

:
cupidity

lumbersome(a. )

[kju:5pIdItI] n.
1:

cupiditycupid(=desire )+ity

:
curator

Cupid(n. )

[kjuE5reItE(r)] n. ()
1:

curatorcur(=care )+ator

2:
curdle

curator.mpg

[5k\:d(E)l] v.
1:

curdlecurd(n. )+le

2:

curdle ""

318
currish

GRE
[`k\:rIF] a.
1:

currishcurr(=cur
)+ish

:
custodian

churlish(a. )

[kQ5stEJdIEn] n.
1:

custodiancustodi(=custody )+an

cuticle

2:

custodian. mpg

janitor(n. )

[5kju:tIk(E)l] n.
1:

cuticlecuti(=skin )+cle()

epidermis(n. )pachyderm(n.
)cubicle(n. )

cynical

[5sInIk(E)l] a.
1:

cynicalcynic(n.
)+al
cyniccyn(can==dog )+ic

canine(a. )cynicism(n.
)

cynosure

[5saInEzjJE(r)] n. []

1:

cynosurecynos(=dogs tail )+ure

:
cytology

ursine(a. )bear(n. )

[saI5tRlEdVI] n. []
1:

cytologycyto()+logy()

leucocyte(n. )corpuscle(n.
)


daguerreotype

319

[dE5^erEJtaIp] n.

1:

daguerreotypedaguerreo(=Daguerre

)+type(n. )

:
dampen

prototype(n. )

[5dAmpEn] v.
1:

dampendamp(a. )+en()

:
dauntless

darken(v. )

[5dC:ntlIs] a.
1:

dauntlessdaunt(v. )+less

gallant(a. )intrepid(a.
)plucky(a.
)undaunted(a. )

deadlock

[5dedlRk] n.
1:

deadlock dead(v. )+lock(n. )

landlocked(a. )impasse(n.
)

debility

[dI5bIlItI] n.
1:

debilitydebil(=weaak )+ity

2:

debilityde()+ability(n. )

:
debrief

debilitate(v. )

[di:5bri:f] v. ()

GRE

320

1:

debriefde+brief(v. )

2:
debris

debrief.mpg

[5deIbri:;(?@)dE5bri:] n.
1:

debrisde+bris(=to break)breaking into


pieces

:
debunk

debutante

shatter(v. )

[di:5bQNk] v.
1:

debunkde()+bunk(=bank )

embankment(n. )

[5debju:tB:nt] n.
1:

debutantedebut(n.
)+ant+e()

debut de+but(=goal) to make the first


stroke in a game make ones first
appearance

2:
decadence

debut.mpg

[5dekEdEns] n.
1:

decadence de(=away)+cad(=to fall)+ence


falling away

:
decamp

decadent(a. )

[dI5kAmp] v. () ()

1:

decampde(=away )+camp(n. )

decelerate

[di:5selEreIt] v.
1:

deceleratede()+accelerate(v.

321

)
2:

deceleratede()+celer()+ate

:
decibel

accelerate(v. )celerity(n. )

[5desIbel] n.
1:

decibeldeci()+bel(n.
)
bel
Alexander
Graham Bell

:
deciduous

decimeter(n. )disciple(n. )

[dI5sIdjJEs] a. ()

1:

deciduousde(=away )+cid(=to fall


)+uous

:
decimate

accident(n. )

[`desImeIt] v.
1:

decimatedecim(=tenth )+ate

2:

decimatedeci(cide )+mate(meat
) ()

3:

decimatemedicate(v. )

:
decipher

suicide(v. )decimal(a. )

[dI`saIfE(r)] v. ()
1:

decipherde()+cipher( n. )

decode(v. )encipher(v. )

322
declaim

GRE
[dI5kleIm] v.
1:

declaimde()+claim(=to call out


)

2:

declaimmedical(a. )

acclaim(v. )proclaim(v. )

acclaim(v. )proclaim(v. )
declamation(n. )

declassify

[di:5klAsIfaI] v. ()
1:

declassifyde()+classify(v.
)

:
decline

classified(a. )

[dI5klaIn] v.
1:

declinede(=away)+cline(=to bend )

incline(v. )disinclined(a.
)

declivity

[dI5klIvItI] n.
1:

declivity de(=down )+cliv(=slope


)+ity

:
decode

decompose

acclivity(n. )

[di:5kEJd] v.
1:

decodede()+code(n. )

decipher(v. )encode(v. )

[di:kEm5pEJz] v. ()
1:

decomposede()+compose(v.
)

2:

decompose.mpg

323

decomposition(n. )discompose(v.
)

decorous

[5dekErEs] a. ()
1:

decorousdecor(=elegance )+ous

decorum(n. )decorate(v.
)

decrepit

[dI5krepIt] a.
1:

decrepitde(=down)+crep(=to creak
)+it

decrepitude(n. )dilapidate(v.
)

defame

[dI5feIm] v.
1:

defamede()+fame(n.
)

:
default

defamatory(a. )

[dI5fC:lt] n.
1:

defaultde(=completely)+fault(=to fail
)

:
defect

welsh(v. )

[dI5fekt] n.

v.

1:

defectde(=away)+fect(=to make)

defection(n. )deflect(v.
)

defendant

[dI5fend(E)nt] n.
1:

defendantdefend(v. )+ant

correspondent(n. )plaintiff(n. )

324
deficiency

GRE
[dI5fIFEnsI] n.
1:

deficiency de(= )+fic(=to make


)+iency

deficient(a. )efficiency(n.
)

deficit

[5defIsIt] n.
1:

deficitde()+fic(=to do)+it

:
definition

edifice(n. )

[defI5nIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

definitionde(=down)+fin(=bound
)+ition

:
deflate

definite(a. )

[dI5fleIt] v. ()
1:

deflatede()+inflate()

deflation(n. )conflate(v.
)inflate(v. )

deflect

[dI5flekt] v.
1:

deflectde(=away)+flect(=to bend )

deflection(n. )defect(n.
)reflect(v. )

defunct

[dI5fQNkt] a.
1:

defunctde()+funct(=to perform
)

:
degenerate

function(n. )malfunction(n. )

[dI5dVenErEt] v.


1:

325

degeneratede(=away)+gener(=gen=race
)+ate

:
degrade

[dI5^reId] v. ()
1:

dehumanize

generation(n. )
degradede()+grade(n. )

[dI5hju:mEnaIz] v.
1:

dehumanize de( )+humanize(v.


)
humanizehuman(a. )+ize

:
dehydrate

humanity(n. )

[di:5haIdreIt] v. ()
1:

dehydratedehydr()+ate
dehydrde()+hydr()
hydrdry(a. )

hydrogen(n. )

dehydrogenate [di:`haIdrEdVEneIt] v. []
1:

dehydrogenatede()+hydrogen(n.
)+ate
hydrogenhydro()+gen(
)

:
dejected

decamp(n. )oxygen(n. )

[dI5jektId] a.
1:

dejectedde(=away)+ject(=to throw )+ed

dejection(n. ) abject(a. )
eject(v. )

delectation

[di:lek5teIF(E)n] n.

326

GRE
1:

delectation delect(=to

delight

)+ation
:
deliberate

delect(a. )

[dI5lIbEreIt] a.
1:

deliberate de(=completely)+liberate(=to
weigh )
liberateliber(=scales )+ate

calibre(n. ) liberated(vbl. )
elaborate(v. )

delimit

[dI5lImIt] v.
1:

delimit de(=down)+limit(n. )

:
delineate

limited(vbl. )

[dI5lInIeIt] v.
1:

delineate de(=down)+line(n. )+ate

:
delinquent

lineate(a. )

[dI5lINkwEnt] a.
1:

delinquentde()+linqu(=link )+ent

delinquency(n. )
relinquish(v. )

delude

[dI5lu:d] v.
1:

deludede+lude(=to play)to play false

2:

delude ""

327

allude(v. ) elude(v. )
denude(v. )

deluge

[5delju:dV] n.
1:

delugede(=di )+luge(=lave=to wash)

2:

delugedel(=delete )+uge(=huge
) ()

cataclysm(n. )cloudburst(n.
)

delusion

demarcate

[dI5lu:V(E)n] n. []
1:

delusiondelus(=delude )+ion

elusion(n. )illusion(n. )

[5di:mB:keIt] v.
1:

demarcatede(=down)+marc(=to mark
)+ate

demean

[dI5mi:n] v.
1:

demeande()+mean(
)

:
demean

meaned(vbl. )

[dI5mi:n] v.
1:

demeande()+mean(=to lead )

2:
demeanour

demeandemean oneself well()

[dI`mi:nE(r)] n.
1:

demeanour demean(v. )+our

328
demobilize

GRE
[di:5mEJbIlaIz] v. ()
1:

demobilizede()+mobilize(v.
)
mobilizemobil(=move )+ize()

demolish

[dI5mRlIF] v.
1:

demolish de( )+mol(=to construct


)+ish

:
demolition

abolish(v. )

[9demE`lIFEn] n.
1:

demolition demolit(=demolish
)+ion

:
demote

abolition(n. )

[di:5mEJt] v.
1:

demotede()+promote(v. )

:
demure

remote(a. )

[dI5mjJE(r)] a. ()
1:

demurede+mure(=mature )

:
denigrate

endure(v. )

[5denI^reIt] v.
1:

denigratede()+nigr(=niger=black
)+ate

2:

denigrate.mpg

nigger(n. )Negro(n.
)

denizen

[5denIz(E)n] n. ()

329

1:

denizendeniz(=within)+en() (
)

2:

denizendeni(=deny )+zen("")

:
denominate

citizen(n. )

[dI5nRmIneIt] v.
1:

denominate de( )+nomin(=name


)+ate

:
denouement

denomination(n. )nominate(v. )

[deI5nu:mRN] n. ()
1:

denouement de( )+noue(=knot


)+ment

:
denounce

epilogue(n. )finale(n. )

[dI5naJns] v.
1:

denounce de(=down )+nounce(=to


speak )

2:

denounce.mpg

announce(v. )pronounce(v.
)

denude

[dI5nu:d] v.
1:

denudede()+nude(=to strip )

:
deplete

delude(v. )

[dI5pli:t] v.

330

GRE
1:

depletede()+plete(=to fill )

depletion(n. )replete(a.
)delete(v. )plenty(n. )

deploy

[dI5plCI] v.
1:

deployde(=un )+ploy(=plic=to fold


)unfold(v. )

:
depose

employ(v. )

[dI5pEJz] v.
1:

deposede(=away)+pose(=to put)to put


aside

deposition(n. )propose(v.
)

depravity

[dI5prAvItI] n.
1:

depravitydeprave(v. )+ity
depravede()+prav(=wrong )+e

:
depreciate

repaved(vbl. )

[dI5pri:FIeIt] v. ()
1:

depreciate de(=down)+preci(=price

)+ate
:
deprivation

appreciate(v. )

[dIprI5veIF(E)n] n.
1:

deprivationdeprive(v. )+ation
deprivede(=away)+priv(=to rob )+e

private(a. )derivation(n.
)


depute

331

[dI5pju:t] v.
1:

deputede+pute(=to thinkconsider )

deputy(n. )compute(v. )
dispute(v. )

derange

[dI5reIndV] v.
1:

derangede()+range(=roworder
)

derangement(n. )arrange(v.
)

deranged

derelict

[dI`reIndVd] a.
1:

derangedderange(v. )+ed

2:

deranged.mpg

[5derIlIkt] a. ()

1:

derelict

de(

)+re(

)+lict(=linqu=link )

:
deride

relict(n. )

[dI5raId] v.
1:

deridede(=down)+ride(=ris=to laugh )

derisive(a. ) ridicule(v. )
risible(a. , )dried(a.
)decide(v. )

derivative

[dI5rIvEtIv] a.
1:

derivativederive(v. )+ative

332

GRE
derivede(=off)+riv(=river=stream )+e

derogate

deprive(v. )

[5derE^eIt] v.
1:

derogate de(=away)+rogate(=to ask)

derogatory(a. )arrogate(v. )
interrogate(v. )

desalinize

[di:5sAlInaIz] v.
1:

desalinizede()+sal(=salt )+inize

descend

[dI5send] v.
1:

descendde(=down)+scend(=to climb)

:
descendant

ascend(v. )

[dI5send(E)nt] n.
1:

descendantdescend(v. )+ant

posterity(n. )progeny(n.
)

descry

[dI5skraI] v.
1:

descrydes(=dis=from)+cry(v.
)

:
desecrate

decry(v. )discreet(a. )

[5desIkreIt] v. ()
1:

desecratede()+secr()+ate

consecrate(v. )


desideratum

333

[d5zIdErB:t(E)m] n.
1:

desideratumdesider(=desired
)+atum

designation

[dezI^5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

designationdesignate(v. )+ion

designatedesign(n. )+ate

desirable

[dI5zaIErEb(E)l] a.

1:

desirous

[dI5zaIErEs] a. []
1:

desolate

desirabledesire(v. )+able
desirousdesire(v. )+ous

[5desEleIt] a.
1:

desolatede+sol(=alone )+ate

:
destitute

isolate(v. )

[5destItju:t] a.
1:

destitutede(=away)+stitute(=to place )

destitution(n. )restitute(v.
)substitute(v. )

destruction

[dI5strQkF(E)n] n.
1:

destructionde()+struct(=to build
)+ion

:
desuetude

construction(n. )

[dI5sju:tju:d;(?@)-tu:d] n.
1:

desuetudede()+suet(=suit )+ude

334

GRE

desultory

[5desEltErI;(?@)-tC:rI] a.
1:

desultoryde(=down)+sult(=to leap )+ory


jumping from one thing to another

detached

[dI5tAtFt] a.
1:

detacheddetach(v. )+ed
detachde(=dis )+attach(v. )

detachment

[dI5tAtFmEnt] n.
1:

detergent

detachmentdetach(v. )+ment

[dI5t\:dVEnt] a.
1:

n.

detergentdeterge(v. )+ent

detergede(=away)+terge(=to wipe )

deteriorate

[dI5tIErIEreIt] v. ()
1:

deterioratedeterior(=worse )+ate

deterrent

[dI5terEnt] a.
1:

n.

deterrentdeterr(=deter )+ent

detonation

[9detE`neIFLn] n.
1:

detonationdetonate(v. )+ion
detonatede+ton(=tone )+ate

detoxicate

[di:`tCksIkeIt] v. () ()
1:

detoxicate de(= )+toxic(=poison

335

)+ate
detractor

[dI5trAktE(r)] n.
1:

detractordetract(v. )+or

detractde(=down)+tract(=to draw)

detriment

[5detrImEnt] n.
1:

detriment detri(=to rub away


)+ment
detride(=away)+tri(=trit=to rub)

detrimental(a. )detritus(n.
)

devastate

[5devEsteIt] v.
1:

devastatede+vast(=waste )+ate

deviant

2:

devastate.mpg

devastating(a. )

[5di:vIEnt] a.
1:

deviant de(=away off

)+via(=road )+ant turning aside


from the direct road
:
devious

deviate(v. )

[5di:vIEs] a.

1:

devious de(=away)+vi(=via=road)+ous

dexterous

[5dekstrEs] a.
1:

dexterousdexter(=right )+ous

336

GRE

dexterity(n. )ambidexterous(a.
)adroit(a. )

diaphanous

[daI5AfEnEs] a. ()
1:

diaphanous

dia(=trough)+phan(=to

show)+ousshowing throughtransparent
:
diabolical

diaphaneity(n. )

[daIE5bRlIk(E)l] a.
1:

diabolicaldiabol()+ical

diabolology(n. )fiendish(a.
)abolish(v. )

diatribe

[`daIEtraIb] n.
1:

diatribedia(=through)+tribe(=to rub )

dichotomy

[daI5kRtEmI] n. []
1:

dichotomydicho()+tomy()

:
dictator

dichotomous(a. )autotomy(n. )

[dIk5teItE(r);(?@)5dIkteItEr] n.
1:

dictatordictate(v. )+or

dictatedict(=to say )+ate

didactic

[daI`dAktIk] a.
1:

didacticdidact(=to teach )+ic

2:

didacticdid(vbl. )+act(v. )+ic


:
dietetics

337

didactics(n. )

[daIE5tetIkz] n.
1:

dieteticsdietetic(a. )+ s()

dieteticdiet(n. )+etic

:
diffuse

dietician(n. )

[dI5fju:s] v.
1:

diffusedif(=dis=apart)+fuse(=to pour )

diffusion(n. )affuse(v. )
effuse(v. )profuse(a. )

dilapidated

[dI5lApIdeItId] a.
1:

dilapidateddilapidate(v. )+ed

dilapidatedi(=dis=apart)+lapid(=stone
)+ateto scatter

dilapidation(n. )decrepit(a.
)

dilatory

[5dIlEtErI;(?@)5dIlEtC:rI] a.
1:

dilettante

dilatorydilator(=delayer )+y

[dIlI5tAntI] n. ()
1:

dilettantedilett(=delect=delight )+ante

dilute

[daI`ljU:t] v.
1:

dilutedi(=dis=apart)+lute(=to wash )

2:

dilute ""

338

GRE
:

diminuendo

dilution(n. )

[dImInjJ5endEJ] n.
1:

diminuendo diminu(=to

diminish

)+endo
:
diminutive

crescendo(n. )

[dI5mInjJtIv] a.
1:

diminutivediminut(=to diminish )+ive

diplomatic

[dIplE5mAtIk] a.
1:

diplomaticdiplomat(n. )+ic

diplomatdiploma(n. )+at

disabuse

[dIsE5bju:z] v.
1:

disabusedis()+abuse(v. )

disaffected

[dIsE5fektId] a.
1:

disaffecteddisaffect(v. )+ed

disaffecteddis( )+affect()

affection(n. )discontented(a.
)

disaffection

[9dIsE`fekFEn] n.
1:

disaffection disaffect(v. )+ion

2:

disaffection dis( )+affection(n. )


disagreeable

339

[dIsE5^ri:Eb(E)l] a.
1:

disagreeabledis()+agreeable(a.
)

2:

disagreeable disagree(v. )+able

disarray

[dIsE5reI] v.
1:

disarraydis()+array(n. )

disaster

[dI5zB:stE(r);(?@)dIz5AstEr] n.
1:

disasterdis()+aster(=star )

:
disband

disastrous(a. )

[dIs5bAnd] v.
1:

disbanddis()+band(v. )

disbar

[dIs5bB:(r)] vt. []
1:

disbardis()+bar(n. )

disburse

2:

disbar.mpg

bar exam(n. )

[dIs5b\:s] v.
1:

disbursedis()+burse(=bag=purse )

disbursement(n. )imburse(v.
)

discern

[dI5s\:n] v.
1:

discern dis(=apart)+cern(=to separate)

340

GRE
:

discharge

discernment(n. )

[5dIstFB:dV] v. () ()
1:

dischargedis()+charge(v. )

disciplinarian

2:

discharge.mpg

recharge(v. )

[dIsIplI5neErIEn] n.
1:

disciplinariandiscipline(n. )+arian

:
disclaim

martinet(n. )

[dIs5kleIm] v.
1:

disclaimdis()+claim(=to shout )

:
discomfit

acclaim(v. )declaim(v. )

[dIs5kQmfit] v.
1:

discomfitdis()+comfit(=comfort )

:
discompose

discomfiture(n. )

[dIskEm5pEJz] v.
1:

discomposedis()+compose(v. )

discomposure(n. )decompose(v.
)composure(n. )

discontented

[dIskEn5tentId] a.
1:

discontented discontent(v. )+ed

2:

discontenteddis()+contented(a.
)

341

content(a. )malcontent(a.
)disaffected(a. )

discordant

[dI5skC:d(E)nt] a.
1:

discordantdis()+cordant(a. )

cordantcord(=heart )+ant

:
discourse

cordial(a. )accord(v. )

[5dIskC:s] n.
1:

discoursedis(=apart)+course(=to run )

discursive(a. )disquisition(n.
)

discourteous

[dIs5kEtIEs] a.
1:

discourteousdis()+courteous(a.
)
courteouscourt(n. )+eous

:
discredit

courtesy(n. )

[dIs5kredIt] v.
1:

discreditdis()+credit(=to believe )

:
discrepancy

credulous(a. )

[dI5skrepEnsI] n.
1:

discrepancydis()+crep(=to be noisy
)+ancy

discrepant(a. )

342
discrete

GRE
[dI5skri:t] a.
1:

discretedis(=apart)+crete(=to set)to set


apart

:
discriminating

discreet(a. )

[dI5skrImIneItIN] a.
1:

discriminating discriminate(v.
)+ing
discriminate

dis(=apart)+crimin(=to

divide)+ate
discriminatory

[dI5skrImInEtErI] a.
1:

discriminatory discriminate(v.
)+ory

discursive

[dI5sk\:sIv] a.
1:

discursive dis(=apart)+curs(=to run)+ive

2:

discursivediscourse(n. )+ive

:
disdain

digress(v. )divagate(v. )

[dIs5deIn] v. ()
1:

disdaindis()+dain(=deign )

:
disembodied

disdainful(a. )

[dIsIm5bRdId] a.
1:

disembodieddisembodi(=disembody
)+ed
disembody dis( )+em( )+body(n.
)


2:
disencumber

343

disembodieda disembodied spirit()

[dIsIn5kQmbE(r)] v.
1:

disencumberdis()+encumber(v. )

disengage

[dIsIn5^eIdV] v. ()
1:

disengagedis()+engage(v. )

disengaged

[dIsIn5^eIdVd] a.
1:

disengageddis()+engaged(a. )

disfranchise

[dIs5frAntFaIz] v. (

)
1:

disfranchise dis( )+franchise(n.


)
franchisefranch(=free)+ise

:
disgorge

enfranchise(v. )

[dIs5^C:dV] v.
1:

disgorgedis()+gorge(v. )

disinclined

[dIsIn5klaInd] a.
1:

disinclineddis()+inclined(a. )

:
disinfectant

decline(v. )disposed(a. )

[dIsIn5fekt(E)nt] n.
1:

disinfectantdisinfect(v. )+ant

disinfectdis()+infect(v. )

344

GRE

disingenuous

[9dIsIn`dVenjJEs] a.
1:

disingenuousdis()+ingenuous(a.
)
ingenuousin+genu(=birth )+ous

disintegrate

[dIs5IntI^reIt] v.
1:

disintegratedis()+integrate(v.
)
integrate integr(=integer
)+ate
integerin()+teg(=to touch )+er

disinter

[dIsIn5t\:(r)] v.
1:

disinterdis()+inter(v. )

disinterested

[dIs5IntrIstId] a.
1:

disinterested dis( )+interest(n.


)+ed

equitable(a. )impartial(a.
)

disjointed

[dIs5dVCIntId] a.
1:

disjointed dis( )+joint(n. )+ed

dislocate

[5dIslEJkeIt] v. [] ()
1:

dislocatedis()+loc()+ate

2:

dislocate.mpg

dislocation(n. [] )


dislodge

345

[dIs5lRdV] v.
1:

dislodgedis()+lodge(v.
)

disorientate

[dIs5C:rIEnteIt] v.
1:

disorientate dis( )+orientate(v. )

disparage

[dI5spArIdV] v.
1:

disparage dis( )+par(=equal


)+age

disparate

[5dIspErEt] a.
1:

disparate dis( )+par(=equal


)+ate

disparity

[dI5spArItI] n.
1:

disparitydis()+par()+ity

dispassionate

[dI5spAF(E)nEt] a.
1:

dispassionate dis( )+passionate(a.


)

dispatch

[dI5spAtF] v.
1:

dispatchdis()+patch(n.
)

dispel

[dI5spel] v.
1:

dispeldis(=apart)+pel(=to drive
)

:
dispensable

disciple(n. )compel(v. )

[dI5spensEb(E)l] a.
1:

dispensabledispense(v. )+able

346

GRE
dispense dis(=out)+pens(=pend=to weigh
)+eto weigh out
:

expendable(a. )indispensable(a.
)

disport

[dI5spC:t] v.
1:

disportdis(=away)+port(=to carry)

:
disposed

deposit(n. )dispart(v. )

[dI5spEJzd] a.
1:

disposeddispose(v. )+ed
disposedis+pose(=to place)to arrange

indisposed(a. )
disinclined(a. )

disposition

[dIspE5zIF(E)n] n.
1:

disposition disposit(=dispose

)+ion
2:
dispossessed

disposition. mpg

[9dIspE`zest] a.
1:

dispossesseddispossess(v. )+ed

dispossessdis()+possess(v. )

2:
disputant

dispossessed.mpg

[dI5spju:tEnt] n.
1:

disputantdispute(v. )+ant
disputedis()+pute(=to think )


disputatious

347

[dIspju:5teIFEs] a.
1:

disputatious dispute(v. )+atious

disquiet

[dIs5kwaIEt] v.
1:

disquietdis()+quiet(a. )

disquisition

[dIskwI5zIF(E)n] n.
1:

disquisition dis(=apart
)+quisit(=to seek )+ion

acquisition(n. )inquisitive(a.
)discourse(n. )

disreputable

[dIs5repjJtEb(E)l] a.
1:

disreputabledis()+reputable(a.
)
reputablerepute(n. )+able

reputere()+pute(=to think )to


think over

dissemble

[dI5semb(E)l] v.
1:

dissembledis()+resemble(v. )

:
dissimulate

assemble(v. )

[dI5sImjJleIt] v. ()
1:

dissimulatedis()+simul(=like )+ate

assimilate(v. )

348
dissipate

GRE
[5dIsIpeIt] v.
1:

dissipatedis+sipate(=to throw)to throw


apart

:
dissuade

dissipated(a. )

[dI5sweId] v. ()
1:

dissuadedis()+persuade(v.
)
persuadeper+suade(=to urgeadvise
)

distend

[dI5stend] v. () ()
1:

distenddis(=apart)+tend(=to stretch )

:
distillation

distension(n. )

[dIstI5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

distillationdistill(v. )+ation
distilldi(=de=down)+still(=to drip )

:
distinction

instill(v. )

[dI5stINkF(E)n] n.
1:

distinction

dis(=between)+tinct(=to

separate )+ion
:
distinguished

extinct(a. )

[dI5stIN^wIFt] a.
1:

distinguisheddistinguish(v.
)+ed
distinguish

dis(=between)+tingu(=to

separate )+ish


:
distracted

349

extinguished(v. )

[dIs`trAktId] a.
1:

distracteddistract(v. )+ed

distractdis(=away)+tract(=to drag )

distress

[dI5stres] n. ()
1:

distressdis(=apart)+tress(=to draw )

:
disturbance

distressing(a. )

[dI5st\:bEns] n.
1:

disturbance disturb(v.
)+ance
disturbdis()+turb(=commotion )

diurnal

diverge

[daI5\:n(E)l] a.
1:

diurnaldi(=day )+urnal

diary(n. )nocturnal(n. )

[daI5v\:dV] v. () ()
1:

divergedi()+verge()

2:

diverge.mpg

divergence(n. )converge(v.
)

divest

[daI5vest] v. [] ()
1:

divestdi(=dis )+vest()
()

divulge

[daI5vQldV] v. ()

350

GRE
1:

divulgedi()+vulg(=common people)+e
to spread among common people

:
doldrums

vulgar(a. )

[5dRldrEmz] n. []
1:

doldrumsdol(=dull )+drum(n.
)+s

domesticate

[dE5mestIkeIt] v.
1:

domesticate domestic(a.
)+ate
domesticdomest(=dom=house )+ic

domesticity

[dRmEs5tIsItI] n.
1:

domesticity domestic(a. )+ity

dormant

[5dC:mEnt] a. []
1:

dormantdorm(=to sleep )+ant

2:

dormantmordant(a. )

:
dossier

hibernate(v. )

[5dRsIe(r);(?@)5dC:sIer] n. <>
1:

dossierdoss(=dos=back )+iera file


with a label on the back

2:

dossierDOS([] )DOS

doting

3:

dossier.mpg

archive(n. )

[`dEJtIN] a.


1:
downcast

351

dotingdote(v. )+ing

[daJnkB:st;(?@)5daJukAst] a.
1:

downcastdown(adv.)+cast(v. )

:
duel

crestfallen(a. )

[5dju:El;(?@)5du:El] n.
1:

dueldu(=two)+el(=bel=bell=to fight )

duet

dulcet

2:

duellude( )

dual(a. )elude(v. )

[dju:5et;(?@)du:5et] n.
1:

duetdu(=two )+et

quartet(n. )

[`dQlsIt] a.
1:

dulcetdulc(=sweet )+et

:
duplicity

ductile(a. )

[dju:5plIsItI] n.
1:

duplicityduplic(=twofold )+ity

:
duration

double(a. )

[djJE5reIF(E)n] n.
1:

durationdurate(=dur=to last )+ion

:
dynamic

durable(a. )

[daI5nAmIk] a.
1:

dynamicdynam(=power )+ic

352
dyslexia

GRE
[dIs5leksIE;(?@)5dIslekFE] n. []
1:

dyslexiadys()+lex(
)+ia()

:
eccentric

lexicon(n. )

[Ik5sentrIk] a. ()
1:

eccentricec(=out )+centr(=center
)+ic

eccentricity(n. [ ] )
egocentric(a. )centrifugal(a.
)abnormal(a. )

ecdysis

[`ekdIsIs] n. []
1:

ecdysisecdys(=to strip )+is

ecdysisec(=ex )+dys(=to put on )

ecdyiast(n. )moult(v.
)slough(v. )

ecstasy

[5ekstEsI] n.
1:

ecstasyec(=ex=out)+stas(=to place )+y

:
edify

ecstatic(a. )

[5edIfaI] v.
1:

edifyedi(=a dwelling )+fy(=to


make)

:
effeminate

edification(n. )deify(v. )

[I5femInEt] a.
1:

effeminate ef( )+femin(=woman


)+ate

353

female(a. ) famine(n. )
feminist(n. )

effervesce

[efE5ves] v.
1:

effervesce ef( )+ferv(=to boil


)+esceto begain to boil

:
effete

fervor(n. )

[e5fi:t] a.
1:

effeteef()+fete()

2:

effetedefeat(v. )

:
effigy

foetus(n. )effect(n. )

[5efIdVI] n.
1:

effigyef()+fig(=shape )+y

:
effortless

figure(n. )

[5efEtlIs] a.
1:

effortlesseffort(n. )+less

effortef(=out )+fort(=force )

:
effrontery

laborious(a. )

[e5frQntErI] n.
1:

effrontery ef( )+front(=forehead


)+ery

:
effusive

confront(v. )

[I5fju:sIv] a.
1:

effusiveef(=out)+fus(=to pour )+ive

354

GRE
:

diffuse(v. )profuse(a.
)

egalitarian

[I^AlI5teErIEn] a.
1:

egalitarian egalit(=equal
)+arian

:
egocentric

feminist(n. )

[i:^EJ5sentrIk] a.
1:

egocentric ego(=self )+centr(=center


)+ic

:
egregious

eccentric(a. )egoism(n. )

[I5^ri:dVEs] a.
1:

egregiouse(=out )+greg(=flock )+ious

aggregate(v. )gregarious(a.
)

egress

ejaculate

[5i:^res] n.
1:

egresse(=out)+gress(=to go)

transgress(v. )ingress(n. )

[I5dVAkjJleIt] v. ()
1:

ejaculatee(=out)+jacul(=to throw)+ate
to throw out

:
eject

elaborate

ejaculation(n. )

[I5dVekt] v.
1:

ejecte(=out)+ject(=to throw)

dejected(a. )reject(v. )

[I5lAbErEt] v.
1:

elaboratee(=out)+labor(=to toil )+ate

355

2:

elaborate.mpg

elaboration(n. )deliberate(a.
)elucidate(v.
)

elicit

[I5lIsIt] v.
1:

elicite+licit(=to entice )to lure out

:
eligible

licit(a. )illicit(a. )

[5elIdVEb(E)l] a. ()

ellipse

1:

eligibleelig(=to elect )+ible

2:

eligible.mpg

illegible(a. )

[I5lIps] n.
1:

ellipseel(=ex=out)+lipse(=to leave)

:
ellipsis

ellipsis(n. )eclipse(n. )

[I5lIpsIs] n.
1:

ellipsis el(=out)+lips(=to

leave)+is

leaving out
:

apostrophe(n. (')
)omission(n. )
syncopate(v. )

elocution

[elE5kju:F(E)n] n.
1:

elocution

e(=out)+locut(=loqu=to

speak)+ionspeaking out
:
eloquent

locution(n. )

[5elEkwEnt] a.

356

GRE
1:

eloquent e(=out)+loqu(=to speak)+ent


speaking out

eloquence(n. )loquacious(a.
)

elucidate

[I5lu:sIdeIt] v.
1:

elucidate e+lucid(=light clear)+ate to


make light or clear

:
elude

elaborate(v. )

[I5lu:d] v. () ()
1:

eludee(=out)+lude(=to play )

2:

elude ""

emanate

3:

eludeduel(n. )

elusive(a. )delude (v. )

[5emEneIt] v.
1:

emanatee(=out)+manate(=to flow )to


flow out

emanative(a. )mandate(n.
)

emancipate

[I5mAnsIpeIt] v.
1:

emancipate e(=out )+man(=hand


)+cip(=to take )+ate

emancipation(n. )participate(v.
)

embankment

[Im5bANkmEnt] n.
1:

embankmentembank(v. )+ment

357

embankem+bank(n. )

embellish

embarkment(n. )

debunk(v. )

[Im5belIF] v.
1:

embellish em( )+bell(=beautiful


)+ish

:
embezzle

belle(n. )

[Im5bez(E)l] v.
1:

embezzleem+bezzle()

embezzlement(n. )appropriate(v.
)peculate(v. )

emblematic

[emblE5mAtIk] a.
1:

emblematicemblem(n. )+atic

emboss

[Im5bRs;(?@)Im5bC:s] v.
1:

embryo

embossem+boss(=hump )

[5embrIEJ] n.
1:

embryoem+bryo(=to swell )

:
emend

embryonic(a. )

[I5mend] v.
1:

emende+mend(=mistake )

2:

emend ""

:
emigrate

emendation(n. )

[5emI^reIt] v.

358

GRE
1:

emigratee+migr(=to move)+ate

:
eminence

immigrate(v. )

[5emInEns] n.
1:

eminencee(=out)+mine(=to stand )+ence


a standing out

:
emissary

eminent(a. )

[5emIsErI] n.
1:

emissary e(=out)+miss(=mit=to send


)+ary

mission(n. )emission(n.
)

emollient

[I5mRlIEnt] n. []
1:

emolliente+moll(=soft )+ient

empathy

[5empEWI] n.
1:

empathyem()+pathy(=feeling )

:
empirical

apathy(n. )

[em5pIrIk(E)l] a.
1:

empiricalem+pir(=to attempt )+ical

:
empyrean

empiricism(n. )

[empaI5ri:En] n.
1:

empyrean em+pyre(n. )+ean

359

empyreal(a. )pyre(n.
)

emulsify

[I5mQlsIfaI] v.
1:

emulsifye+muls(=milk )+ify

:
encapsulate

calcify(v. )

[In5kApsjJleIt] v.
1:

encapsulate en+capsul(=box
)+ate
capsulcap(=to hold )+sul()

enchant

[In5tFB:nt;(?@)In5tFAnt] v.
1:

enchanten+chant(v. )

2:

enchantpenchant(n. )

enchanting(a. )
enchantment(n. )enhance(v.
)

encipher

[In5saIfE(r)] v. ()
1:

encipheren+cipher(n. )

2:

encipheran enciphered telegram(


)

:
encomium

decipher(v. )

[en5kEJmIEm] n.
1:

encomiumen+com(=festivity )+ium

welcome(v. )comely(a. )

360
encroach

GRE
[In5krEJtF] v. ()
1:

encroachen+croach(=crook=hook
)to fasten upon with hooks

:
encumber

encroachment(n. )

[In5kQmbE(r)] v.
1:

encumberen+cumber(=barrier )

:
encyclopedic

encumbrance(n. )

[ensaIklEJ5pi:dIk] a.
1:

encyclopedic encyclopedia(n.
)+ic
encyclopedia encyclo(=general

)+ped(=child )+ia
general education
:

orthopedics(n. )paediatrics(n.
)

endemic

[en5demIk] a.
1:

n.

endemicen()+dem(=people )+ic

:
endorsement

pandemic(a. )

[In5dC:smEnt] n.
1:

endorsementendorse(v. )+ment

endorseen+dorse(=back )

:
enervate

dorsal(a. )

[5enEveIt] v.
1:

enervate e(=ex=from)+nerve( )+ate

361

to remove the nerves from


:
enfranchise

venerate(v. )

[In5frAntFaIz] v.
1:

enfranchiseen+franchise()

franchise franch(=free)+ise

:
engaging

disfranchise(v. )

[In5^eIdVIN] a.
1:

engagingengage(v. )+ing
engage en+gage(=pledge ) under
pledge

engrossing

engagement(n. )

[In5^rEJsIN] a.
1:

engrossing engross(v.
)+ing

engulf

[In5^Qlf] v.
1:

enigmatic

engulfen+gulf(v. )

[enI^5mAtIk] a.
1:

enigmaticenigma(n. )+tic
enigmaen()+nig(=night )+ma

enmesh

[In5meF] v.
1:

enmity

enmeshen+mesh(n. )

[5enmItI] n.
1:

enmityenmi(=enemy )+ty

animus(n. )amenity(n. )

362
enormity

GRE
[I5nC:mEtI] n.
1:

enormitye+norm()+ity

:
enrapture

enormous(a. )

[In5rAptFE(r)] v.
1:

enraptureen+rapture(n. )
rapturerapt(=to seize )+ure

:
ensconce

rapturous(a. )rupture(n. )

[In5skRns] v.
1:

ensconceen()+sconce(n.
)

:
ensemble

abscond(v. )

[Rn5sRmb(E)l] n. <>[]
1:

ensemble en+semble(=simul=at the same


time )

:
enshrine

assemble(v. )

[In5FraIn] v.
1:

enshrineen+shrine(n. )

shrineshiner(n. )

:
ensnare

deify(v. )etch(v. )

[In5sneE(r)] v.
1:

ensnareen+snare(n. )

ensue

[In5sju:;(?@)In5su:] v.
1:

ensueen+sue(=sequ=to follow )


enterprising

363

[5entEpraIzIN] a.
1:

enterprising enterprise(n.
)+ing
enterpriseenter(=between)+prise(=to take
)

:
enthrall

apprise(v. )aggressive(a. )

[In5WrC:l] v.
1:

enthrallen+thrall(n. )

captivate(v. )enchant(v.
)

entrench

entrepreneur

[In5trentF] v.
1:

entrenchen+trench(n. )

enchanter(n. )

[RntrEprE5n\:(r)] n. <>
1:

entrepreneur entrepren(=enterprise
)+eur
entrepren

entre(=enter)+pren(=prehend=to take=prise)
enterprise
enunciate

[I5nQnsIeIt] v.
1:

enunciatee+nunciate(=to announce )

:
environs

enunciation(n. )

[In5vaIErEnz] n.
1:

environsen+viron(=circle )+s

outskirt(n. )

364
envisage

GRE
[In5vIzIdV] v.
1:

envisageen+vis(=to see )+age

ephemeral

[I5femErEl] a.
1:

ephemeral ep+hemer(=day )+al


lasting only a day

:
epicurean

evanescent(a. )

[epIkjJE5ri:En] a.
1:

epicureanepicure(n. )+an

epidermis

[epI5d\:mIs] n. []
1:

epidermisepi()+derm()+is

:
epigram

hypodermic(a. )cuticle(n. )

[5epI^rAm] n.
1:

epigramepi(=upon)+gram(=to write)to
write upon

epigrammatic(a. )aphorism(n.
)

epilogue

[5epIlR^] n. []
1:

epilogue epi( )+logue(=word


speech) ()

prologue(n. )denouement(n. )
peroration(n. )

epistemology

[IpIstI5mRlEdVI] n. []
1:

epistemologyepistem(=knowledge
)+ology
epistem epi( )+stem(=stan=stand

365

)
:
epitaph

epistemic(a. )

[5epItB:f] n.
1:

epitaph epi+taph(=tomb ) over a


tomb

cemetery(n. )necropolis(n.
)

epithet

[5epIWet] n. () (
)
1:

epithetepi()+thet(=to put )

:
epitome

alias(n. )pejorative(n. )

[I5pItEmI] n.
1:

epitomeepi()+tome(=to cut)

:
equable

conspectus(n. )

[5ekwEb(E)l] a.
1:

equableequ()+able

:
equanimity

equal(a. )

[i:kwE5nImItI] n.
1:

equanimityequ()+anim(=mind
)+ity ()

:
equilibrium

composure(n. )

[i:kwI5lIbrIEm] n.
1:

equilibrium

equi(=equal

)+libr(=balance )+ium
2:

equilibrium.mpg

366
equitable

GRE
[5ekwItEb(E)l] a.
1:

equitableequit(=equ )+able

equity(n. )disinterested(a.
)impartial(a.
)

equivalent

[I5kwIvElEnt] a.
1:

equivalent equi( )+val(=to

be

worth=value )+ent
:
equivocal

evaluate(v. )

[I5kwIvEk(E)l] a.
1:

equivocalequi(=equal )+voc(=voice
)+al ()

equivocate(v. )
ambiguous(a. )vague(a.
)obscure(a.
)

eradicate

[I5rAdIkeIt] v.
1:

eradicatee(=out)+radic(=root )+ate

:
erode

radical(a. )

[I5rEJd] v.
1:

erodee+rode(=to gnaw )

erosion(n. )corrode(v.
)

errant

[5erEnt] a.
1:

erranterr(=to wander )+ant


:
erratic

367

aberrant(a. )

[I5rAtIk] a.
1:

erraticerr(=to wander )+atic

erstwhile

[5\:stwaIl] a.
1:

erstwhileerst()+while(n. )

erudite

[5eru:daIt] a.
1:

eruditee()+rude(a. )+ite

:
erupt

esoteric

erudition(n. )recondite(a. )

[I5rQpt] v.
1:

erupte+rupt(=to burst )

eruption(n. )

[i:sEJ5terIk] a.
1:

esotericeso()+ter()+ic

:
espouse

exotic(a. )

[I5spaJz] v.
1:

espousee+spouse(n. )

:
espy

estuary

espousal(n. )

[I5spaI] v.
1:

espye+spy(v. )

descry(v. )

[5estjJErI;(?@)-JerI] n.
1:

estuaryestu(=tide )+ary

368
etiquette

GRE
[5etIket] n.
1:

etiquettee()+tiquette(=ticket )

2:

etiquetteantique(a. )

:
eucalyptus

coquette(n. )

[ju:kE5lIptEs] n. []
1:

eucalyptus eu(=good )+calypt(=to


cover )+us
()

:
eugenic

apocalypse(n. )

[jU:`dVenIk] a.
1:

eugeniceu()+gen(=stockrace
)+ic

eulogistic

[9jU:lE`dVIstIk] a.
1:

eulogistic eu( )+log(=logue=word


)+istic

eulogy

[5ju:lEdVI] n.
1:

eulogyeu(=good )+logy(=speech )

:
euphemism

analogy(n. )

[5ju:fEmIz(E)m] n. []
1:

euphemism eu( )+phem(=speech


)+ism

euphonious

[ju:5fEJnIEs] a.
1:

euphonious eu( )+phon(=sound


)+ious

euphony(n. )


euphoria

369

[ju:5fRrIE] n. []
1:

euphoriaeu()+phor(=to bear )+ia

eurhythmic

[jU:`rITmIk] a.
1:

eurhythmiceu()+rhythm(n. )+ic

evacuate

evade

evanescent

[I5vAkjJeIt] v.
1:

evacuatee+vacu(=empty )+ate

2:

evacuate.mpg

[I5veId] v.
1:

evadee+vade(=to go)

invade(v. )

[i:vE5nes(E)nt] a.
1:

evanescente+van(=vainempty
)+escent

vanity(n. )crescent(a. )
ephemeral(a. )

evict

[I5vIkt] v.
1:

evicte()+vict(=vince=to conquer
)

:
evince

convict(n. )

[I5vIns] v.
1:

evincee+vince(=to conquer )

:
eviscerate

convince(v. )

[I5vIsEreIt] v.
1:

evisceratee()+viscer(=entrails )+ate

370

GRE

2:

evocative

eviscerateeviscerate a pig()

[I5vRkEtIv] a.
1:

evocativeevoc(=evoke )+ative

:
evoke

provocative(a. )

[I5vEJk] v.
1:

evokee(=out)+voke(=to call )

:
exacerbate

provoke(v. )

[ek5sAsEbeIt] v.
1:

exacerbate ex+acerb(=bitter )+ate

:
exaction

acerbity(n. )

[I^5zAkF(E)n] n.
1:

exactionexact(v. )+ion
exact ex(=out)+act(=to drive) to drive
out

: exacting(a. )
exaggerate

[I^5zAdVEreIt] v.
1:

exaggerateex+agger(=heap )+ate

exaggeration(n. )
aggregate(v. )

exalt

[I^5zC:lt] v.
1:

exaltex+alt(=high )to raise

exaltation(n. )altar(n. )
exult(v. )


exasperate

371

[I^5zB:spEreIt] v.
1:

exasperate

ex(=throughly

)+asper(=rough )+ateto
make rough
:

exasperation(n. )asperity(n.
)

excavate

[5ekskEveIt] v.
1:

excavateex+cav(=hollow )+ateto
make hollow

:
exceed

excavation(n. )cavity(n. )

[Ik5si:d] v.
1:

exceedex+ceed(=to go)to go beyond

:
exceedingly

excess(n. )

[Ik5si:dINlI] adv.
1:

exceedingly exceeding(a. )+ly

exceedingexceed(v. )+ing

excel

[Ik5sel] v.
1:

excelex+cel(=to rise)to rise up

excellent(a. )expel(v. )
exile(v. )

exception

[Ik5sepF(E)n] n.
1:

exceptionexcept(v. )+ion
except ex(=out)+cept(=to take) to take
out

372
exceptionable

GRE
[Ik5sepF(E)nEb(E)l] a.
1:

exceptionable exception(n. )+able

exceptional

[Ik5sepFEn(E)l] a.
1:

exceptional exception(n. )+al

excise

exclude

[Ik5saIz] v.
1:

exciseex(=out)+cise(=to cut)

excision(n. )incise(v. )

[Ik5sklu:d] v. ...
1:

excludeex(=out)+clude(=to shut)to shut


out

:
exclusive

preclude(v. )conclude(v. )

[Ik5sklu:sIv] a.
1:

exclusiveexclus(=exclude )+ive

:
excogitate

conclusive(a. )

[eks`kCdVIteIt] v.
1:

excogitateex(=out )+cogitate(v.
)

excoriate

[eks5kC:rIeIt] v. ()
1:

excoriate ex(=away )+cori(=skin


)+ateto stripflay(v. )

corium(n. )coriaceous(a. )
cuticle(n. )

exculpate

[5ekskQlpeIt] v.
1:

exculpateex()+culp(=fault
)+ate


:
excursion

373

culprit(n. )

[Ik5sk\:F(E)n;(?@)Ik5sk\:rVn] n.
1:

excursionex(=out)+curs(=to run )+ion

:
execrate

incursion(n. )

[5eksIkreIt] v.
1:

execrateex()+secr()+ate

execrable(a. )
anathema(n. )

executioner

[eksI5kju:FEnE(r)] n.
1:

executionerexecution(n. )+er

executionexecute(v. )+ion

executive

[I^5zekjJtIv] n.
1:

executiveexecute(v. )+ive

executor

[I^5zekjJtE(r)] n.
1:

executorexecute(v. )+or

:
exegesis

intestate(a. )

[eksI5dVi:sIs] n. ()
1:

exegesisex+heges(=to guide )+is

exempt

[I^5zempt] v.
1:

a.

exemptex(=out)+empt(=to buy)

preempt(v. )example(n. )

374
exertion

GRE
[I^5z\:F(E)n] n.
1:

exhaustion

exertionexert(v. )+ion

[I^5zC:stF(E)n] n.
1:

exhaustionexhaust(v. )+ion

exhaustex(=out)+haust(=to draw )

exhaustive

[I^5zC:stIv] a.
1:

exhaustive exhaust(v.
)+ive
exhaust ex(=out)+haust(=to draw)

exhibitionism

[eksI5bIFEnIz(E)m] n.
1:

exhibitionism exhibition(n.
)+ism
exhibitionexhibit(v. )+ion

exhibitionist

[9eksI`bIFEnIst] n.
1:

exhibitionistexhibition(n. )+ist

exhilarate

[I^5zIlEreIt] v.
1:

exhilarateex+hilar(=glad )+ate

exhilarating(a. )
hilarious(a. )

exile

exodus

[5eksaIl] n. /v.
1:

exileex(=out)+ile

excel(v. )

[5eksEdEs] n.


1:

375

exodusex(=out)+hod(=way )+us

anode(n. )cathode(n.
)

exogamy

[ek`sC^EmI] n.
1:

exogamy exo(=outside)+gamy(=marriage
)

:
exonerate

polygamy(n. )

[I^5zRnEreIt] v. ()

1:

exonerateex()+oner(=burden
)+ate

:
exorbitant

onerous(a. )

[I^5zC:bItEnt] a.
1:

exorbitant ex(=out)+orbit(=track

)+ant
exotic

[e^5zRtIk] a.
1:

exoticexo(=outside )+tic

2:

exoticerotic(a. )

esoteric(a. )outlandish(a.
)

expatriate

[eks5pAtrIEt] v.
1:

expatriate ex( )+patri(=father=native


land)+ate

:
expediency

repatriate(v. )

[Ik`spi:dIEnsI] n.
1:

expediencyex+ped(=foot )+iency

376

GRE

expedite

[5ekspIdaIt] v.
1:

expediteex+ped(=foot)+iteto free one by


the feet

expedition

[ekspI5dIF(E)n] n.
1:

expeditionex(=forth)+pedit(=foot )+ion

2:
expeditious

expedition.mpg

[ekspI5dIFEs] a.
1:

expeditiousexpedite(v. )+ious

:
expel

speed(n. )

[Ik5spel] v.
1:

expel ex(=out)+pel(=to drive) to drive


out

expendable

2:

expel.mpg

excel(v. )

[Ik5spendEb(E)l] a
1:

expendableexpend(v. )+able
expend ex(=out)+pend(=to weigh) to
weigh out

2:
expenditure

expendable.mpg

[ek5spendItFE(r)] n.
1:

expenditure expendit(=expend )+ure

expertise

[eksp\:5ti:z] n.
1:

expertiseexpert(n. )+ise

2:

expertise.mpg


expiate

377

[5ekspIeIt] v.
1:

expiate ex(=completely)+pi(=dutiful)+ate

expire

[Ik5spaIE(r)] v.
1:

expireex+spire(=to breathe )

expiration(n. )inspire(v.
)

explicate

[5eksplIkeIt] v.
1:

explicateex(=un )+plicate(=to fold)


to unfold(v. )

:
explicit

explicable(a. )

[Ik5splIsIt] a.
1:

explicit

ex(=un)+plic(=fold)+it

unfolded(a. )

exploit

[Ik5splCIt] n.
1:

exploit ex+ploit(=plicit) something


unfolded(a. )

exploit

[Ik5splCIt] v.
1:

exploit ex+ploit(=plicit) to unfold(v.


)

exponent

[eks5pEJnEnt] n.
1:

exponentex(=out)+pon(=to place )+ent

exposition

[ekspE5zIF(E)n] n.
1:

expositionexposit(v. )+ion

378

GRE

expositex()+pos(=to place )+it

expostulate

expose(v. )

[Ik5spRstjJleIt] v.
1:

expostulate

ex(=out)+postulate(=to

demand )

expound

[Ik5spaJnd] v.
1:

expoundex(=out)+pound(=to put )

expressly

[Ik5spreslI] adv.
1:

expropriate

expresslyexpress(a. )+ly

[eks5prEJprIeIt] v.
1:

expropriate ex+propr(=ones own


)+iateto deprive of possessions

:
expulsion

appropriate(v. )

[Ik5spQlF(E)n] n.
1:

expulsion ex(=out)+puls(=to drive)+ion

:
expunge

expel(v. )

[ek5spQndV] v.
1:

expungeex+punge(=to prick )

:
expurgate

plunge(v. )

[5ekspE^eIt] v. ()
1:

expurgate ex+purge(v. )+ate


:
exquisite

379

purgatory(n. )

[5ekskwIzIt] a.
1:

exquisiteex(=out)+quis(=to seek )+ite

extant

[ek5stAnt] a.
1:

extantext(=exist )+ant

:
extemporize

extent(n. )sextant(n. )

[Ik5stempEraIz] v.
1:

extemporize extempore(a.
)+ize
extemporeex+tempor(=time )+e

exterminate

[ek5st\:mIneIt] v.
1:

exterminate ex+termin(=boundary

)+ate
:

terminate(v. )extirpate(v.
)eradicate(v. )

extinct

[Ik5stINkt] a.
1:

extinct ex(=completely)+stinct(=stingu=to
quench )

:
extortion

extinction(n. )

[Ik5stC:F(E)n] n.
1:

extortionextort(v. )+ion
extortex()+tort(=to twist )

extradite

[5ekstrEdaIt] v.
1:

extraditeex+tradit(=to hand over )+e

380

GRE

extraneous

tradition(n. )

[eks5treInIEs] a.
1:

extraneousextrane(=external )+ous

extrapolate

[Ik5strApEleIt] v. []
1:

extrapolate extra()+interpolate(v.
)

extravagant

[Ik5strAvE^Ent] a.
1:

extravagant extra()+vag(=to wander


)+ant

extremity

[Ik5stremEtI] n.
1:

extricate

extremityextreme(a. )+ity

[5ekstrIkeIt] v.
1:

extricateex+tric(=vexations )+ate

:
extrinsic

intricate(a. )trick(n. )

[eks5trInsIk] a.
1:

extrinsic

extrin(=outer

)+sic(=alongside )
:
extrovert

intrinsic(a. )

[5ekstrEv\:t] n.
1:

extrovert extro(=outside )+vert(=to


turn )

:
exuberant

introvert(n. )

[Ig5zju:bErEnt] a.
1:

exuberantex+uber(=fertile
)+ant


:
exude

381

tuber(n. )

[I^5zju:d;(?@)Ig5zu:d] v. () ()
1:

exudeex+sude(=to sweat )

:
exult

exodus(n. )

[I^5zQlt] v.
1:

exultex+sult(=salt=to jump)to jump for


joy

exultant(a. )exalt(v.
)extol(v. )

fabric

fabricate

[5fAbrIk] n.
1:

fabricfabr(=craftsman )+ic

2:

fabric.mpg

[5fAbrIkeIt] v.
1:

facade

fabricatefabric(n. )+ate

[fE5sB:d] n.
1:

facadeface(n. )+ade

:
facsimile

obverse(n. )

[fAk5sImIlI] n.
1:

facsimilefac(=to make)+simile(=similar
like)make something like it

faction

[5fAkF(E)n] n. ()
1:

factionfacti(=party )+on

fraction(n. )sect(n.
)

factious

[5fAkFEs] a.
1:

factiousfacti(=party )+ous

382

GRE

factitious

[fAk5tIFEs] a.
1:

factitiousfactiti(=factic=fact=to do)+ous

: artificial(a. )
factotum

[fAk5tEJtEm] n.
1:

factotum fac(=fact )+tot(=total


)+um

:
fallacy

facile(a. )

[5fAlEsI] n.
1:

fallacyfall(=to deceive )+acy

:
fallible

falsify

fallacious(a. )

[5fAlEb(E)l] a.
1:

falliblefall(v. )+ible

foible(n. )fault(n. )

[5fC:lsIfaI] v.
1:

falsifyfalsi(=false )+fy(=to
make)

:
famish

fanatic

falsification(n. )

[5fAmIF] v. ()
1:

famishfam(=famine )+ish

famished(a. )

[fE5nAtIk] n.
1:

a.

fanaticfan(=temple )+aticbelonging
to a temple

profane(v. )fan(n. )frantic(a.


)


fanaticism

383

[fE`nAtIsIzEm] n.
1:

fanaticismfanatic(a. )+ism

fantasia

[fAntE5zIE] n.
1:

fantastic

fantasiafantasi(=fantasy )+a

[fAn5tAstIk] a.

1:

fascinate

fantasticfantasy(n. )+tic

[5fAsIneIt] v.
1:

fascinatefascin(=a spell )+ate

fascinating(a. )
fascination(n. v)
captivate(v. )

faucet

[5fC:sit] n.
1:

faucet fauc(=flase )+et to make


breach in

febrile

[5fi:braIl] a.
1:

febrilefebr(=fever )+ile

feckless

[5feklIs] a.
1:

fecklessfeck(=effect )+less

reckless(a. )effortless(a.
)

felicitate

[fE5lIsIteIt] v. ()
1:

felicitatefelic(=happy )+it+ate

felicitous

[fE5lIsItEs] a. ()

GRE

384

1:

felicitousfelicity(n. )+ous

felicity

[fE5lIsItI] n. ()

1:

feminist

felicityfelic(=happy )+ity

[`femInIst] n.
1:

feministfemine(a. )+ist

famine(n. ) female(n. )
effeminate(a. )
egalitarian(a. )

fencer

fender

fermentation

[5fensE(r)] n.
1:

fencerfence(v. )+er

defence(n. )

fencing(n. )

[5fendE(r)] n.
1:

fenderfend(v. )+er

bumper(n. )

[f\:men5teIF(E)n] n.
1:

fermentationferment(v. )+ation

fermentfer(=ferv=to seethe )+ment

fertile

[5f\:taIl;(?@)5f\:rtl] a.
1:

fertilefert(=fer=to bear )+ile

fertility(n. )suffer(v.
)sterile(a. )


fervent

[5f\:vEnt] a.
1:

fervor

ferventferv(=to boil )+ent

[5f\:vE(r)] n.
1:

fetid

385

fervorferv(=to boil )+or

[5fetId] a.
1:

fetidfeti()+id

fetter

[5fetE] n.
1:

fetterfett(=feet )+er

fodder(n. ) enfetter(v.
)fret(n. )manacle(n. )

fidelity

figment

[fI5delItI;(?@)faI5delEtI] n.
1:

fidelityfidel(=faithful )+ity

infidelity(n. )

[5fI^mEnt] n.
1:

figmentfig(=to shape )+ment

:
figurative

figurehead

figure(n. )pigment(n. )

[5fI^jJrEtIv] a.
1:

figurativefigure(n. )+ative

metaphor(n. )parable(n. )

[5fI^Ehed] n.
1:

figureheadfigure()+head()

filibuster

[5fIlIbQstE(r)] v. (
) ()
1:

filibuster

filibustered

fili(

386

GRE
)+bustered(bastard )

filigree

[5fIlI^ri:] n. ()
1:

filigree fili(=thread

)+gree(=grain )

filthy

finable

finale

finesse

[5fIlWI] a.
1:

filthyfilth(n. )+y

2:

filthy.mpg

[`faInEbl] a.
1:

finablefine(v. )+able

2:

finablefine(v. )+able

[fI5nB:lI;(?@)fI5nAlI] n. ()
1:

finalefin(=end)+ale

denouement(n. )

[fI5nes] n.
1:

finessefine(=delicate )+esse

:
firefly

fissile

largesse(n. )

[5faIEflaI] n.
1:

fireflyfire(n. )+fly(n. )

butterfly(n. )

[5fIsaIl(?@)5fIsl] a.
1:

fissilefiss(=to split )+ile()

2:

fissilefossile(n. )

fissure(n. )facile(a. )missile(n.


)


fitful

387

[5fItfJl] a.
1:

fitfulfit(n. )+ful

:
flail

fretful(a. )

[fleIl] v.
1:

n. ()

flailfrail(a. )

:
fledgling

fail(v. )

[5fledVlIN] n.

1:

fledglingfledge(v. )+ling()

flimsy

[5flImzI] a.
1:

flimsyflim(=film )+sy

:
flinty

[5flIntI] a.
1:

flippant

fragile(a. )
flintyflint(n. )+y

[5flIpEnt] a.
1:

flippantflipp(=flip )+ant

:
fluctuate

flippancy(a. )

[5flQktjJeIt] v.
1:

fluctuatefluct(=flux )+ate

fluorescent

[flJE5resEnt] a.
1:

fodder

fluorescentfluor()+escent

[5fRdE(r)] n.

GRE

388

1:

fodderfodd(=food )+er

:
fondle

[5fRnd(E)l] v.
1:

foolhardy

fetter(n. )
fondlefond(a. )+le

[5fu:lhB:dI] a.
1:

foolhardyfool(a. )+hardy(a.
)

foolproof

[5fu:lpru:f] a.
1:

foolprooffool(n. )+proof(a. )

foothold

[5fJthEJld] n.
1:

footholdfoot(n. )+hold(v. )

footloose

[5fJtlu:s] a.
1:

footloosefoot(n. )+loose(a. )

forebode

foreclose

[fC:5bEJd] v.
1:

forebodefore()+bode(v. )

foreboding(n. )

[fC:5klEJz] v. [] ()

1:

foreclose fore(=for=out)+close to close


out

exclude(v. ...)preclude(v.
)

forensic

[fE5renzIk] a. ()


1:
forerunner

389

forensicforens(=forum )+ic

[5fC:rQnE(r)] n. ()
1:

forerunner fore( )+runn(=run


)+er

:
forestall

precursor(n. )

[fC:5stC:l] v. ()
1:

forestallfore()+stall(v. )

forfeit

[5fC:fIt] v. () n.

1:

forfeit for(=away)+feit(=to do) to do


beyondto do wrong

forger

2:

forfeit.mpg

effort(n. )counterfeit(v. )

forfeiture(n. )surfeit(n. )

[5fC:dVE(r)] n.
1:

forgery

[5fC:dVErI] n.
1:

forgo

forgeryforge(v. )+ery

[fC:5^EJ] v.
1:

forlorn

forgerforge(v. )+er

forgofor(=away)+goto go away

[fC:5lC:n] a.
1:

forlornfor(=away)+lorn(=lost )

formidable

[5fC:mIdEb(E)l] a.
1:

formidableformid(=terror )+able

forsake

[fE5seIk] v.

390

GRE
1:

forsakefor(=away)+sake(=to deny )

forswear

[fC:5sweE] v.
1:

forswearfor(=away )+swear(v. )

:
forte

[`fR:tI] n.
1:

fortitude

fortefort(=strong )+e

[5fC:tItju:d;(?@)-tu:d] n.
1:

fortress

forget(v. )abjure(v. )

fortitudefort(=strong)+itude

[5fC:trIs] n.
1:

fortressfortr(=forter=frot )+ess

2:

fortressforest(n. )

fortuitous

[fC:5tju:ItEs;(?@)-5tu:-] a.
1:

fortuitous fortu(=chance
)+itous

:
forwardness

fortune(n. )

[`fR:wEdnIs] n.
1:

forwardnessforward(a. )+ness

forward

fosse

fractious

[fRs] n.
1:

fossefoss(=ditch )+e

fossil(n. )moat(n. )

[5frAkFEs] a.


1:

391

fractiousfract(=to break )+ious

frail

[freIl] a.
1:

frailfra(=frag)+ilfragile

2:

frail f("")+rail(v. )

3:

frailflair(n. )
()

:
frantic

frailty(n. )flail(v. )

[5frAntIk] a.
1:

frantic=frentic(a. )
frenticfren(=phren=mind )+tic

:
fraternal

fanatic(a. )

[frE5t\:n(E)l] a.
1:

fraternalfratern(=brother )+al

:
fraudulent

fraternity(n. )

[5frCdjJlEnt] a.
1:

fraudulent fraud(=deception )+ulent

frenetic

[frE5netIk] a.
1:

n.

freneticfren(=mind )+etic

:
fretful

frentic(a. )

[5fretfJl] a.
1:

fretfulfret(n. )+ful

fitful(a. )

392
fretwork

GRE
[5fretw\:k] n. []
1:

fretwork fret(n.
)+work(n. )

frigidity

[frI5dVIdItI] n.
1:

frigidityfrigid(a. )+ity

2:

frigidityrigidity(n. )

:
frisky

[5frIskI] a.
1:

frivolous

frolic

fructify

frustrate

friskyfrisk(n. )+y

[5frIvElEs] a.
1:

frivolousfrivol(a. )+ous

2:

frivolous.mpg

frivolity(n. )

[5frRlIk] n. /v.
1:

frolicfro(=happy )+lic

2:

frolicrollic(v. )

frolicsome(a. )

[5fr5ktIfaI] v.
1:

frugality

refrigerator(n. )

fructifyfructi(=fruit )+fy

[frU:`^AlEtI] n.
1:

frugalityfrugal(a. )+ity

thrift(n. )

[5frQstret] v.
1:

frustratefrustr(=in vain )+ate

fugitive

[5fju:dVItIv] n.
1:

fugitivefug(=to run away )+itive

393

2:

fugitivefurtive(a. )

full-fledged

3:

fugitive.mpg

forgive(v. )fruit(n. )

[`fJl`fledVd] a.
1:

full-fledged full(adv. )+fledged(a.


)

2:
fulsome

full-fledged.mpg

[5fJlsEm] a.

1:

fulsomeful(=foul )+some

2:
fumigate

fulsomeful(=full )+some

[5fju:mI^eIt] v. ()
1:

fumigatefumi(=fume=smoke )+gate(=to
driveproduce)

:
fungicide

perfume(n. )

[5fQndVIsaId] n.
1:

fungicide fungi(n. )+cide( )

:
furtive

suicide(n. )pesticide(n. )

[5f\:tIv] a.
1:

furtivefurt(=theft )+ive

2:

furtivefugitive(n. )

fussy

[5fQsI] a.
1:

fussyfuss(n. )+y

394

GRE
2:

fuzzy

[5fQzI] a.
1:

gaiety

gainsay

fussy.mpg
fuzzyfuzz(n. )+y

[5^eIEtI] n.
1:

gaietygaie(=gay )+ty

2:

gaiety.mpg

[^eIn5seI] v.
1:

gainsaygain(=against )+say(v. )

:
galactic

[^E5lAktIk] a.
1:

galaxy

hearsay(n. )
galacticgalact(=milk )+ic

[5^AlEksI] n. (
)
1:

galaxygalax(=milk)+y

gallant

[^A5lEnt] a.
1:

gallantgall(=gale=enjoyment )+ant

gallantry(n. )dauntless(a.
)intrepid(a. )

galvanize

[5^AlvEnaIz] v.
1:

galvanizegalvan()+ize

2:

galvanized.mpg

galvanic(a. )galvanometer(n.
)

gargantuan

[^B:5^AntjJEn] a.


1:

395

gargantuan Gargantua(n. )+an

Gargantua
Rabelais ()

garish

[5^eErIF] a.
1:

garishgar(=to stare )+ish

2:

garishgarnish(v. )

:
garner

gaudy(a. )

[5^B:nE(r)] n.
1:

v.

garnergarn(=grain )+er

:
garnish

granary(n. )

[5^B:nIF] v.
1:

garnishgarn(=to adorn )+ish

2:

garnishgarish(a. )

garrulous

[5^ArJlEs] a.
1:

garrulousgarrul(=to chatter
)+ous

:
gastritis

gastronomy

garrulity(n. )

[^A5straItIs] n. []
1:

gastritisgastr()+itis()

bronchitis(n. )

[^A5strRnEmI] n.
1:

gastronomygastro()+nomy()

396

GRE

gazetteer

astronomy(n. )

[^AzE5tIE(r)] n.
1:

gazetteergazette(n. )+er

genealogy

[dVi:nI5AlEdVI] n.
1:

generic

[dVI5nerIk] a. []
1:

genesis

genetic

genial

genealogygenea(=race )+logy
genericgener(=kind )+ic

[`dVenIsIs] n.
1:

genesisgene(n. )+sis

gneiss(n. )seeing(n. )

[dVI5netIk] a.
1:

geneticgene(n. )+ic

genetics(n. )

[5dVi:nIEl] a.
1:

genialgen(=race )+ial

:
genom

geniality(n. )

[5dVi:nEJm] n. []
1:

genome gen( )+chromosome(n.


)

genuflect

[5dVEnju:flekt] v.
1:

genuflectgenu(=knee )+flect(=to bend


)

germinate

[5dV\:mIneIt] v.
1:

germinategerm()+in+ate

2:

germinateterminate(v. )

397

germinate
terminate

gerontology

[dVerRn5tRlEdV] n.
1:

gerontologygeronto(=old man )+logy

:
gesticulate

senile(a. )

[dVes5tIkjJleIt] v.
1:

gesticulategestic(=gesture )+ulate

gilded

[5^IldId] a.
1:

gildedgild(v. )+ed

2:

gildedglide(v. )

:
glamorous

gold(n. )

[5^lAmErEs] a.
1:

glamorousglamor(n. )+ous

2:
glimmer

glimpse

glamorous.mpg

[5^lImE(r)] n.

v.

1:

glimmerglimm(=gleam )+er

shimmer(n. )

[^lImps] n.
1:

v.

glimpseglimp(=gleam )+se

2:
gloom

glimpse.mpg

[^lu:m] n. ()
1:

gloomgroom(n. )

GRE

398

:
gloomy

glum(a. )

[5^lu:mI] a.

glower

1:

gloomygloom(n. )+y

2:

gloomy.mpg

[5^laJE] v.
1:

glowerglow(v. )+er

2:

glowergrowl(v. )

glucose

[5^lu:kEJs5^lu:kEJz] n.
1:

glucosegluc(=sweet )+ose()

:
glutton

eclogue(n. )

[5^lQt(E)n] n.
1:

gluttonglutt(=to swallow )+on

gluttony

2:

gluttonmutton(n. )

guttle(v. )

[5^lQtEnI] n.
1:

gluttonyglutton(n. )+y

17 (Milton John)
(Paradise Lost)
(GluttonyGreedSloth
WrathPrideLustEnvy)

goblet

[5^RblIt] n. ()
1:

gormandize

gobletgobl(=cup )+et()

[5^C:mEndaIz] v.


1:

399

gormandizegormand(=gourmand
)+ize

gosling

[5^RzlIN] n.
1:

granary

grandiloquent

goslinggos(goose )+ling

[5^rAnErI] n.
1:

granarygran(=grain )+ary

garner(v. )

[^rAn5dIlEkwEnt] a.
1:

grandiloquent

grandi(=grand

)+loqu(=to speak )+ent


grandiose

[5^rAndIEJs] a.
1:

grandiosegrand(a. )+iose

2:

grandioseorganised(a. )

grandstand

[`^rAndstAnd] n.
1:

grandstandgrand(a. )+stand(n. )

granulate

[5^rAnjJleIt] v. ()
1:

granulate granule(n. )+ate

:
granule

granular(a. )

[5^rAnju:l] n.
1:

granulegranu(=grain )+le()

grasping

[5^rB:spIN;(?@)5^rAsppIN] a.
1:

graspinggrasp(v. )+ing

400
grateful

GRE
[5^reItfJl] a.
1:

gratefulgrate(=pleasing )+ful

:
gratify

ingrate(n. )

[5^rAtIfaI] v.
1:

gratifygrati(=pleasing )+fy

:
grating

gratification(n. )

[5^reItIN] n. ()
1:

gratinggrate(v. )+ing

gratuitous

[^rE5tju:ItEs;(?@)-tu:-] a.
1:

gratuitousgratu(=favor )+itous

:
greenhorn

gratuity(n. )

[5^ri:nhC:n] n.
1:

greenhorn green(a. )+horn(n. )

:
gregarious

novice(n. )

[^rI5^eErIEs] a.
1:

gregariousgreg(=flock )+arious

:
gridiron

aggregate(v. )

[5^rIdaIEn] n.
1:

gridirongrid(n. )+iron(n. )

:
grievous

grille(n. )

[5^ri:vEs] a.


1:

401

grievous grieve(v. )+ous

:
grisly

grudging

grievance(n. )

[5^rIzlI] a.
1:

grislygris(=grim )+ly

2:

grislygirls(pl. )

[5^rQdVIN] a.
1:

grudginggrudge(v. )+ing

gruesome

[5^ru:sEm] a.
1:

grumpy

gruesomegrue(n. )+some

[5^rQmpI] a.
1:

grumpygrump(n. )+y

2:
gullible

grumpy.mpg

[5^QlIb(E)l] a.
1:

gulliblegull(n. )+ible

gusto

[5^QstEJ] n.
1:

gustogust()+o
gustguest(n. )

:
gutless

[5^QtlIs] a.
1:

guttural

habitat

disgust(v. )
gutlessgut(n. )+less

[5^QtEr(E)l] a.
1:

gutturalguttur()+al

gutter(n. )larynx(n. )

[5hAbItAt] n. ()

402

habituate

GRE
1:

habitathabit(=to dwell )+at

inhabit(v. )

[hE5bItjJEIt] v.
1:

hackneyed

habituatehabit(n. )+uate

[5hAknId] a.
1:

hackneyedhackney(v. )+ed

hackney Hackney

haemophilia

[9hi:mEJ`fIlIE,9hem-] n. []
1:

haemophiliahaemo(=blood )+phil(=love
)+ia()

haemostat

[`hi:mEJstAt,`hem-] n. (=hemostat) [],

1:

haemostathaemo(=blood )+stat(=stand
)

sanguine(a. )stanch(v.
)

hanger

[5hANE(r)] n.
1:

hangerhang(v. )+er

2:
hangover

hanger.mpg

[5hANEJvE(r)] n.
1:

hangover hang(v.
)+over(n. )

2:

hangover.mpg


:
hapless

403

leftover(n. )

[5hAplIs] a.
1:

haplesshap()+less

:
harbor

mishap(n. )

[5hB:bE(r)] n. v.
1:

harbor har(=troop army)+bor(=shelter)

hardheaded

[hB:d5hedId] a.
1:

hardheaded hard(a.
)+head(n. )+ed

shrewd(a. )astute(a.
)

hardihood

[5hB:dIhu:d] n.
1:

hardihoodhardi(=hardy )+hood

hardy

[5hB:dI] a.
1:

hardyhard(a. )+y

harmonize

[5hB:mEnaIz] v. ()
1:

harmonize harmon(=harmony
)+ize

harpsichord

[5hB:psIkC:d] n.
1:

harpsichordharpsi()+chord(n. )

harridan

[`hArIdLn] n.
1:

harridanharrid(=horrid )+an

404

GRE
:

harrowing

hoyden(n. )

[5hArEJIN] a.
1:

harrowingharrow(v. )+ing

hasten

haughty

[5heIs(E)n] v.
1:

hastenhaste(n. )+en

chasten(v. )

[5hC:tI] a.
1:

haunting

haughtyhaught(=high )+y

[hC:ntIN] a.
1:

haunting haunt(v. )+ing

haversack

[5hAvEsAk] n.
1:

haversackhaver(=oats )+sack(n. )
sack for oats

:
hearsay

rucksack(n. )

[5hIEseI] n.
1:

hearsay hear(v. )+say(v. )

:
hecatomb

gainsay(v. )heresy(n. )

[5hekEtu:m] n.
1:

hecatomb

hecatom(=hundred

)+b(=bov=ox )
hectic

[5hektIk] a.
1:

hectichect(=hector=hundred )+ic

hedgehog

[5hedVhR^;(?@)-hC:^] n.
1:

hedgehoghedge(n. )+hog(n. )

405

heliotrope

[5hi:lIEtrEJp] n. []
1:

heliotropehelio(=sun )+trope(=turn )

henpecked

[5henpekt] a.
1:

henpecked hen(n. )+peck(v.


)+ed()

:
herbaceous

crestfallen(a. )

[h\:5beIFEs;(?@)\:r-] a.
1:

herbaceousherb(=grass )+aceous

herbivorous

[h\:5bIvErEs] a.
1:

herbivorousherbi()+vor(=eat )+ous

herbivore(n. )carnivore(n.
)

heretic

[5herItIk] n.
1:

hereticheret(=heter )+ic

2:

heretic.mpg

heretical(a. )heterodoxy(n.
)

heritage

[5herItIdV] n.
1:

heritageherit(=heir )+age

:
hermetic

inherit(v. )

[h\:5metIk] a.
1:

hermetic hermet(n. )+ic

406
hermitage

GRE
[`h\:mItIdV] n.
1:

heterodox

hermitagehermit(n. )+age

[5hetErEJdRks] a.
1:

heterodox

hetero(=heter=other

)+dox(=opinion )
:

heterodoxy(n. )orthodox(a.
)

heterogeneous [hetErEJ5dVi:nIEs] a. ()
1:

heterogeneous hetero(=different

)+gene(=kind )+ous

:
hexagon

homogeneous(a. )

[5heksE^En;(?@)-^Rn] n.
1:

hexagonhexa(=six )+gon(=angle )

:
heyday

Pentagon(n. )

[5heIdeI] n.
1:

heyday hey(int.
)+day

:
hibernate

hidebound

mayday(n. )

[5haIbEneIt] v.
1:

hibernatehibern(=winter )+ate

hibernation(n. )dormant(a. )

[5haIdbaJnd] a.
1:

hidebound hide(v. )+bound(a.


)

hideous

[5hIdIEs] a.
1:

hideoushide(=horror )+ous


:
hierarchy

407

tedious(a. )

[5haIErB:kI] n.
1:

hierarchy

hier(=sacred

)+archy(=rule )

hieroglyph

[5haIErE^lIf] n.
1:

hieroglyphhiero()+glyph(=to carve
)

2:
highbrow

hieroglyph.mpg

[5haIbraJ] n. () ()
1:

highbrowhigh(a. )+brow(n. )

hilarious

[hI5leErIEs] a.
1:

hilarioushilari(=glad )+ous

hilarity(n. )hail(v. )exhilarate(v.


)

hindrance

[5hIndrEns] n.
1:

hindrancehindr(=hinder )+ance

hinterland

[5hIntElAnd] n.
1:

hinterlandhinter(=inter)+land(n. )

hippopotamus

[hIpE5pRtEmEs] n.
1:

hippopotamus hippo( )+potam(=river


)+us
potampot(=to drink )+am

408

GRE
:

hirsute

histology

[5h\:sju:t;(?@)-su:t] a.
1:

hirsutehirs(=hair )+ute

hairy(a. )

[hIs5tRlEdVI] n. []
1:

histrionic

potamic(a. )

histologyhisto(=web )+logy

[hIstrI5RnIk] a.
1:

histrionichistrion(=actor )+ic

:
hoary

[5hC:rI] a. ()
1:

hobble

histrionics(n. )
hoaryhoar(n. )+y

[5hRb(E)l] v.
1:

hobblehobb(=hob=hop )+le

:
holocaust

cripple(n. )

[5hRlEkC:st] n. ()
1:

holocaust holo(=whole )+caust(=to


burn )

:
holograph

caustic(a. )massacre()

[5hRlE^rAf] n. []
1:

holographholo()+graph(=to write )

homeopathy

[hEJmI5RpEWI] n. []
1:

homeopathyhomeo(=same )+pathy(
)(
)

allopathy(n. )


homiletics

409

[9hCmI`letIks] n.
1:

homileticshomiletic()+s

homiletichomile(=homily )+tic

homily

hom(=homo=together

)+il(=pile=crowd )+y

homogeneous

[hRmEJ5dVi:nIEs] a.
1:

homogeneous

homo(=same

)+gene(=kind )+ous
:
homogenize

heterogeneous(a. )

[hE5mRdVInaIz] v.
1:

homogenizehomo()+gen(=born
)+ize

homograph

[5hRmE^rB:f] n.
1:

homograph

homo(=same

)+graph(=to write )

:
honorarium

monograph(n. )

[RnE5reErIEm] n. ()

1:

honorariumhonorari(=honorary
)+iumhonorary gift

hoodwink

[5hJdwINk] v.
1:

hoodwinkhood(n. )+wink(v. )

hooked

[hJkt] a.

410

horizon

GRE
1:

hookedhook(v. )+ed

2:

hookeda hooked nose

[hE5raIz(E)n] n.
1:

horology

horizonhoriz(=limit )+on

[hE5rRlEdVI] n.
1:

horologyhoro(=hour )+logy()

:
horrendous

chronometer(n. )

[hE5rendEs] a.
1:

horrendoushorrend(=fearful )+ous

horrendhorr(=horror )+end

hortative

[`hR:tEtIv] a.
1:

hortativehortat(=to urge )+ive

:
horticulture

exhort(v. )

[5hC:tIkQltFE(r)] n. ()
1:

horticulture

horti(=garden

)+culture()
:
hospitality

agriculture(n. )

[9hCspI`tAlEtI] n. ()
1:

hospitalityhospit(=guest )+ality

2:
hostility

huckster

hospitality.mpg

[hR5stIlItI] n.
1:

hostilityhostile(a. )+ity

2:

hostility.mpg

[5hQkstE] n. ()

411

1:

hucksterhuck(=to carry on the back)+ster

:
hulking

[5hQlkIN] a.
1:

hummingbird

hawker(n. )
hulkinghulk(v. )+ing

[5hQmINb\:d] n.
1:

hummingbird humming(int.

)+bird(n. )
hummock

[5hQmEk] n.
1:

hummockhum()+ock
hum hum()+anhuman()

2:
hurly-burly

hummock ""

[5h\:lIb\:lI] n.
1:

hurly-burlyhurly(n. )+burly(a.
)

:
husbandry

husk

husky

[5hQzbEndrI] n.
1:

husbandryhusband(v. )+ry

[hQsk] n. ()
1:

huskhus(=house)+klittle house

2:

huskshuck(n. )

[5hQskI] a. ()
1:

hustler

pell-mell(a. )hubbub(n. )

huskyhusk(n. )+y

[`hQslE(r)] n.
1:

hustlerhustle(v. )+er

412
hybrid

GRE
[5haIbrId] n.
1:

hybridhy(=high )+brid(=breed
) (
)

hubis(n. )purebred(n.
)

hyperbole

[haI5p\:bElI] n. []
1:

hyperbolehyper()+bole(=throw
)

:
hyperbolic

metabolism(n. )parable(n. )

[haI5pEbRlIk] a.
1:

hyperbolic hyperbola(n. )+ic

hyperbola hyper( )+bol(=to


throw )+a

hypercritical

[haIpE5krItIk(E)l] a.
1:

hypercriticalhyper()+critical(a.
)

hypersensitive [haIpE5sensItIv] a.
1:

hypersensitivehyper()+sensitive(
)

hypnosis

hypnotic

[hIp5nEJsIs] n.
1:

hypnosishypn(=sleep )+osis

synopsis(n. )

[hIp5nRtIk] a.
1:

n.

hypnotichypnot(=hypnos )+ic

hypnos Hypnos

413

:
hypochondria

insomnia(n. )somnolent(a. )

[haIpE5kRndrIE] n.
1:

hypochondria hypo(=under)+chondr(
)+ia ()

hypochondriac(n.

a.

)
hypocrisy

[hI5pRkrIsI] n.
1:

hypocrisy

hypo(=under)+cris(=crit=to

judge)+y ()

hypodermic

[haIpE5d\:mIk] a.
1:

hypodermic

hypo(=under)+derm(=skin)+ic
:
hypotenuse

epidermis(n. )

[haI5pRtEnju:z;(?@)-tnu:s] n.
1:

hypotenuse

hypo(=under)+tenu(=to

stretch )+se

hypothesis

[haI5pRWEsIs] n.
1:

hypothesis

hypo(=under)+thes(=to

place)+isto put under(some conditions)

hypothetical(a. )
parenthesis(n. )

iconoclast

[aI5kRnEklAst] n. ()
()

414

GRE
1:

iconoclast icono(=icon )+clast(=to


break )

idiocy

idiosyncrasy

[5IdIEsI] n.
1:

idiocyidio(=idiot )+cy

imbecile(a. )moron(n. )

[IdIE5sINkrEsI] n. ()
1:

idiosyncrasyidio(=private
)+syn(=together )+crasy(=to mingle
)

idolater

[aI5dRlEtE(r)] n.
1:

idolateridol(n. )+later(=worshiper
)

:
ignoble

idolatrous(a. )

[I^5nEJb(E)l] a.
1:

ignobleig(=in )+noble(a. )

ignominious

[I^nE5mInIEs] a.
1:

ignominiousig(=in )+nomin(=name
reputation )+ious

:
illegible

ignominy(n. )

[I5ledVIb(E)l] a.
1:

illegibleil(=in )+leg(=to read )+ible

illegitimate

[IlI5djItImEt] a.
1:

illegitimateil(=in )+legitimate(a.
)
legitimatelegitim(=lawful )+ate

415

legitimleg(=law )+itim
:
illiberal

illegal(a. )

[I5lIbEr(E)l] a.
1:

illiberalil(=in )+liberal()

liberalliber(=free )+al

:
illicit

liberation(n. )

[I5lIsIt] a.
1:

illicitil()+licit(a. )
licitlic(=to permit )+it

:
illiterate

licence(n. )

[I`lItLrEt] a.
1:

illiterateil()+literate(a. )

literateliter(=letter )+ate

illuminating

[I5lu:mIneItIN] a.
1:

illuminating illuminate(v. )+ing

illumination

[Ilu:mI5neIF(E)n] n. (
)
1:

illumination illuminate(v. )+ion

illusory

[I5lu:sErI] a.
1:

illusoryillus(=illude )+ory

illudeil(=in)+lude(=game )

illustration

[IlE5streIF(E)n] n.

416

GRE
1:

illustration illustrate(v.
)+ion

illustrious

[I5lQstrIEs] a.
1:

illustriousil+lustr(=luster )+ious

imbue

[Im`bjU:] v.
1:

imbueim()+bue(=dew )

immaculate

[I5mAkjJlEt] a.
1:

immaculateim+maculate(
)
maculate macul(=spot stain
)+ate

immanent

[5ImEnEnt] a.
1:

immanent im(=in)+manent(=to stay) to


remain in

immediacy

[I5mi:dIEsI] n.
1:

immediacyim()+medi()+acy

immemorial

[ImI5mC:rIEl] a.
1:

immemorialim()+memorial()

immense

[I5mens] a.
1:

immense im( )+mense(=measured)


unmeasured

:
immerse

immensity(n. )

[I5m\:s] v.
1:

immerseim+merse(=to dip )


:
imminence

417

immersion(n. )

[5ImInEns] n.
1:

imminenceim+min(=mountain )+ence

2:

imminenceim()+mine(n. )+ence

:
immoderate

imminent(a. )

[I5mRdErEt] a.
1:

immoderate im( )+moderate(a.


)

immune

[I5mju:n] a. []

1:

immune im( )+mune(=duty )


exempt from a public service

2:

immune.mpg

immunity(n. )immunize(v.
)

immure

[I5mjJE] v.
1:

immureim()+mure(=wall )

immutable

[I5mju:tEb(E)l] a.
1:

immutable im( )+mut(=to change


)+able

:
impair

mutable(a. )permutation(n. )

[Im5peE(r)] v.
1:

impairim+pair(=worse)to make worse

418

GRE
:

impalpable

repair(v. )

[Im5pAlpEb(E)l] a.
1:

impalpable im( )+palp(=touch


)+able

: palpable(a. )
impartial

[Im5pB:F(E)l] a.
1:

impartial im( )+partial(a. )

partiality(n. )disinterested(a.
)

impasse

[5AmpB:s,5Im-;(?@)5ImpAs] n.
1:

impasseim()+pass(v. )+e

:
impassioned

deadlock(n. )stalemate(n. )

[Im5pAF(E)nd] a.
1:

impassioned impassion(v.
)+ed
impassion im+passion(n. )

passionpass(=feeling )+ion

impassive

[Im5pAsIv] a.
1:

impassive im( )+pass(=feeling


)+ive

impeccable

[Im5pekEb(E)l] a.
1:

impeccableim+pecc(=sin )+able

peccadillo(n. )


impede

419

[Im5pi:d] v.
1:

impede im+pede(=foot) to shackle the


feet

impediment

[Im5pedImEnt] n.
1:

impedimentimpedi(=impede )+ment

impedimenta

[ImpedI5mentE] n. ()
1:

impedimentaimpediment(n. )+a

impending

[Im5pendIN] n.
1:

impendingimpend(v. )+ing

impendim+pend(=to hang )

impenetrable

[Im5penItrEb(E)l] a.
1:

impenetrable im( )+penetrable(a.


)
penetrablepenetrate(v. )+able

impenitent

[Im5penItEnt] a.
1:

impenitentim+penitent(a. )

penitentpenit(=to repent )+ent

imperative

[Im5perEtIv] a.
1:

imperativeimperate(=emperate=emper=to
command )+ive

imperceptible

[ImpE5septIb(E)l] a.
1:

imperceptibleim+perceptible(a.

420

GRE
)
perceptible percept(n. )+ible

percept per(=through)+cept(=to take


grasp )

imperious

[Im5pIErIEs] a.
1:

imperious imper(=emper=command
)+ious

:
impermeable

emperor(n. )

[Im5p\:mIEb(E)l] a. ()

1:

impermeableim()+permeable(a.
)
permeablepermeate(v. )+able

impersonate

[Im5p\:sEneIt] v.
1:

impersonateim+person(n. )+ate

impertinent

[Im5p\:tInEnt] a.
1:

impertinentim+pertinent(a.
)

impervious

[Im5p\:vIEs] a.
1:

impervious im( )+pervious(a.


)
pervious per(=through)+vi(=way)+ous

impetuous

[Im`petjJEs] a.


1:

421

impetuousim+petu(=to seek out )+ous

:
impetus

impetus(n. )

[5ImpItEs] n. []
1:

impetusim(=in=on)+pet(=to seek )+us

implacable

[Im5plAkEb(E)l] a.
1:

implacable im( )+plac(=place


)+able

implore

[Im5plC:] v.
1:

imploreim()+plore(=to cry )

entreat(v. )beseech(v.
)supplicate(v. )

imponderable

[Im5pRndErEb(E)l] a.
1:

imponderableim()+ponderable(a.
)
ponderableponder(=to weigh )+able

ponderpond(=weight )+er

:
importunate

pound(n. )

[Im5pC:tjJnEt] a. () ()

1:

importunateimportune(v. )+ate

importune

[Im5pC:thu:n] v.
1:

importune im( )+port(=harbour


)+une

422
imposing

GRE
[Im5pEJzIN] a.
1:

imposingimpose(v. )+ing

impotent

[5ImpEtEnt] a. []
1:

impotentim+potent(=powerful )

potentpot(=possi=able )+ent

:
imprecation

possible(a. )

[ImprC5keIF(E)n] n.
1:

imprecation imprecate(v. )+ion

imprecateim+precate(=to pray )

impregnable

[Im`pre^nEbl] a. ()
1:

impregnable im( )+pregn(=to


take)+ableunable to be taken

impregnate

[5Impre^neIt;(?@)Im5pre^net] v.
1:

impregnate im+pregnate(=pregnant) to
make pregnant

impressionable [Im5preFEnEb(E)l] a.
1:

impressionable impression(n. )+able

imprint

[Im5prInt] v. ()
1:

imprintim(=upon )+print(v. )

impromptu

[Im5prRmptju:] a.
1:

impromptu im( )+prompt(n.

423

)+u
:

extemporize(v. )ad-lib(a.

)
impropriety

[ImprE5praIEtI] n.

1:

impropriety impropr(=improper
)+iety
improperim()+proper(a. )

2:
improvident

impropriety.mpg

[Im5prRvIdEnt] a.
1:

improvident im( )+provident(a.


)
provident pro( )+vide(=to see
)+ent

improvise

[5ImprEvaIz] v. ()
1:

improvise im( )+pro( )+vise(=to


see )

impudent

2:

improvise.mpg

improvisation(n. )

[5ImpjJdEnt] a.
1:

impudentim+pude(=to feel shame


)+entshameless

:
impunity

imprudent(a. )

[Im5pju:nItI] n. ()
1:

impunityim()+puni(=pen )+ty

424

GRE
:

impute

penalty(n. )immunity(n. )

[Im5pju:t] v.
1:

imputeim+pute(=to thinkcalculate
)

imputation(n. )dispute(v.
)compute(v. )

inanimate

[In5AnImEt] a.
1:

inanimatein(=not )+animate(a.
)

inanition

[InE5nIF(E)n] n. ()

1:

inanitioninan(=inane=empty
)+ition

inaugurate

[I5nC:^jJreIt] v.
1:

inauguratein()+augur(v. )+ate
to practice augury

incandescent

[InkAn5des(E)nt] a.
1:

incandescentin()+candescent(a.
)
candescent cand(=candle=to be white
)+ escentto become white-hot

:
incarnate

kindle(v. )

[5InkB:neIt] v. a.
1:

incarnatein+carn(=flesh )+ate

incarnation(n. )carnivore(n.
)


incendiary

425

[In5sendIErI] a.
1:

incendiary in( )+cend(=cand=to glow


white )+iary

:
incense

arson(n. )

[In`sens] n.
1:

incensein()+cens(=cend )+e

incense

[In`sens] v.
1:

incensein()+cens()+e

incentive

[In5sentIv] n.
1:

incentivein+cent(=to sing )+ive

:
incertitude

[In`s\:tItjU:d] n.
1:

incertitudein()+certitude(n.
)
certitudecert(=sure
)+itude

:
incessant

certify(v. )

[In5sesEnt] a.
1:

incessant in( )+cess(=to cease


)+ant

:
incinerate

recess(v. )

[In5sInEreIt] v. ...
1:

incineratein()+ciner(=ashes )+ate

2:

incinerate.mpg

426
incipient

GRE
[In5sIpIEnt] a.
1:

incipient in(=on)+cipi(=to take)+ent


taking on()

incipience(n. )emancipate(v.
)participate(v. )

incisor

[In5saIzE(r)] n.
1:

incite

incisorincise(v. )+or

[In5saIt] v.
1:

incitein(=on)+cite(=to call)to call on

:
incivility

excite(v. )recite(v. )

[InsI5vIlItI] n.
1:

incivilityin()+civility(n. )
civilitycivil(a. )+ity

civilciv(=citizen )+il
()

inclement

[In5klemEnt] a. () ()
1:

inclementin()+clement(a.
)

inclination

[InklI5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

inclinationincline(v. )+ation

incline

[In5klaIn] n.
1:

v.

inclinein+cline(=to bend )to cause


to bend

inclined

[In5klaInd] a.
1:

inclinedincline(v. )+ed


incogitant

427

[In`kCdVItEnt] a.
1:

incogitant in( )+cogit(=to think


)+ant

incognito

[InkR^5ni:tEJ] a. /adv. () n.

1:

incognitoin()+cognit(=known
)+ounknown

cognitco(=together)+gnit(=to know)

:
incoherent

cognition(n. )

[InkEJ5hIErEnt] a.
1:

incoherentin( )+coherent(a. )

coherentcohere(v. )+ent

incommensurate

[InkE5menFErEt] a.

1:

incommensurate in( )+commensurate(a.


)

incommodious [InkE5mEJdIEs] a
1:

incommodious in( )+commodious(a.


)

incommunicado

[InkEmju:nI5kB:dEJ] a.
1:

incommunicadoin()+communicate(v.
)+ado

incommunicative

[9InkE`mjU:nIkEtIv] a.

1:

incommunicativein()+communicative(a.
)

428
incompatible

GRE
[InkEm5pAtIb(E)l] a.
1:

incompatiblein()+compatible(a.
)

incompetent

[In5kRmpItEnt] a.
1:

incompetent in( )+competent(a.


)

inconceivable

[InkEn5si:vEb(E)l] a.
1:

inconceivable in( )+conceivable(a.


)
conceivableconceive(v. )+able

2:
incongruity

inconceivable.mpg

[9InkCN`^rU:EtI] n.
1:

incongruity in( )+congruity(n. )

:
inconsequential

incongruous(a. )

[InkRnsI5kwenF(E)l] a.
1:

inconsequentialin()+consequential(a.
)

inconsolable

[InkEn5sEJlEb(E)l] a.
1:

inconsolable in( )+consolable(a.


)
consolableconsole(v. )+able

incontestable

[InkRn5testEb(E)l] a.
1:

incontestablein()+contestable(a.
)

incontinent

[In`kCntInEnt] a.


1:

429

incontinentin()+continent(a. )

incorporate

[In5kC:pEreIt] v.
1:

incorporate in( )+corporate(n. )

incorporeal

[InkC:5pC:rIEl] a.
1:

incorporeal in( )+corporeal(a.


)

incorrigible

[In5kRrIdVIb(E)l] a.
1:

incorrigiblein()+corrigible(a.
)

increment

[5InkrImEnt] n.
1:

incrementin(=towands)+cre(=grow
)+ment
createcre(=grow )+ate

incriminate

[In5krImIneIt] v.
1:

incriminatein+crimin(=accusation
)+ate
crimincrime(n. )+in

implicate(v. )reciminate(v.
)

incubation

[InkjJ5beIF(E)n] n. []
1:

incubationincubate(v. )+ion
incubatein()+cubate(=to lie down
)

incubator

[5InkjJbeItE(r)] n.
1:

incubus

incubatorincubate(v. )+or.

[5InkjJbEs] n.

430

GRE
1:

incubusin()+cubus(=to sleep )

cubuscub(=to lie )+us

inculcate

[5InkQlkeIt;(?@)In5kQlkeIt] v.
1:

inculcate in( )+culc(=trample


)+ate

incumbent

[In5kQmbEnt] a.

n.

1:

incumbentin(=upon)+cumb(=to lie)+ent
lying upon

incumbency(n.
)

indebted

[In5detId] a.
1:

indebtedin+debt(n. )+ed

indecipherable [IndI5saIfErEb(E)l] a. () ()

1:

indecipherable in( )+decipher(


)+able

indefatigable

[IndI5fAtI^Eb(E)l] a.
1:

indefatigable

in(

)+de(

)+fatig(=fatigue )+able
indelible

[In5delIb(E)l] a.
1:

indelible in( )+del(=delete


)+ible

indemnify

[In5demnIfaI] v.
1:

indemnify in( )+demn(=damage


)+ify

431

indemnification(n. )
indemnity(n. )

indentation

[Inden5teIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

indentation indent(v.
)+ation
indentin+dent(n. )

indenture

[In5dentFE(r)] n.
1:

indentureindent(v. )+ure

indescribable

[IndI5skraIbEb(E)l] a.
1:

indescribable in( )+describe(v.


)+able

indict

[In5daIt] v.
1:

indictin(=upon)+dict(=to declare )

indifferent

2:

indict.mpg

induct(v. )

[In5dIfrEnt] a.
1:

indifferentin( )+different(a. )

indigenous

[In5dIdVInEs] a.
1:

indigenous indigene(n. )+ous

indigeneindi(=in)+gen(=born)+e

indignant

[In5dI^nEnt] a.
1:

indignantin()+dign(=worthy

432

GRE
)+ant

indignation

[IndI^5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

indignation indignat+(=indignant
)+ion

indiscernible

[IndI5s\:nIb(E)l] a.
1:

indiscerniblein()+discernible(a.
)

indiscreet

[IndIs5kri:t] a.
1:

indiscreetin()+discreet(a. )

indiscretion

[IndI5skreF(E)n] n.
1:

indiscretion indiscret(=indiscreet
)+ion

indiscriminate [IndIs5krImInEt] a.
1:

indiscriminate in( )+discriminate(v.


)

indispensable

[IndI5spensEb(E)l] a.
1:

indispensable in( )+dispensable(a.


)

2:
indivisible

indispensable.mpg

[IndI5vIzIb(E)l] a.
1:

indivisiblein()+divisible(a. )

indocile

[In`dEJsaIl] a.
1:

indocilein()+docile(a. )

dociledoc(=to teach )+iletaught easily

433

indoctrinate

[In5dRktrIneIt] v. ()
1:

indoctrinatein()+doctrine(n.
)+ate

indomitable

[In5dRmItEb(E)l] a.
1:

indomitable in( )+domit(=domest


)+able

:
indubitable

domestic(a. )

[In5dju:bItEb(E)l;(?@)In5du:bItEbl] a.
1:

indubitablein()+dubit(=to doubt
)+able

induce

[In5dju:s;(?@)In5du:s] v.
1:

inducein+duce(=to lead)to lead in

inducement(n. )
seduce(v. )

induct

[In5dQkt] v.
1:

inductin+duct(=to be led)to be led in

induction(n. )indict(v.
)

ineffable

[In5efEb(E)l] a.
1:

ineffablein()+effable(a. )

effable ef(=ex=out)+fable(=to speak) to


speak out

ineligible

[In5elIdVIb(E)l] a.

434

GRE
1:

ineligiblein()+eligible(a. )

eligible elig(=elect)+ible able to be


choosen

ineluctable

[InI5lQktEb(E)l] a.
1:

ineluctable in( )+eluct(=elude


)+able

2:
inept

ineluctable.mpg

[I5nept] a.
1:

ineptin()+ept(a. )

eptpet(n. )

ineptitude

[I5neptItju:d] n.
1:

ineptitudeinept(a. )+itude

2:

ineptitudein()+eptitude(n. )

inert

[I5n\:t] a.
1:

inertin()+ert(=art )

2:

inertinter(v. )

inertia(n. )exert(v. )insert(v.


)invert(v. )

inexorable

[In5eksErEb(E)l] a.
1:

inexorable in( )+exorable(a.


)
exorableex+ora(=to speakbeseech
)+able

inexpedient

[InIk5spi:dIEnt] a.


1:

435

inexpedient in( )+expedient(a.


)
expedient ex(=out)+ped(=foot)+ient
freeing one by the feet

inexpiable

[In5ekspIEb(E)l] a. ()
1:

inexpiablein()+expiable(a. )

inexplicable

[In5eksplIkEb(E)l] a.
1:

inexplicablein()+explicable(a.
)

inextricable

[In5ekstrIkEb(E)l] a.
1:

inextricablein()+extricable(a.
)
extricable extricate(v. )+able

infallible

[In5fAlIb(E)l] a.
1:

infalliblein()+fallible(a.
)
falliblefall(=fault )+ible

:
infamous

flaw(n. )

[5InfEmEs] a.
1:

infamousin()+famous(a.
)

infamy(n. )notorious(a.
)

infantile

[5InfEntaIl] a.
1:

infantileinfant()+ile

436

GRE
infant in( )+fant(=to

speak)

speechless
infantry

[5InfEntrI] n.
1:

infantryinfant(n. )+ry

infatuated

2:

infantry.mpg

sentry(n. )

[In`fAtjJeItId] a.
1:

infatuated infatuate(v.
)+ed
infatuate in( )+fatu(=foolish
)+ate

:
infelicitous

infatuation(n. )

[InfI5lIsItEs] a. ()
1:

infelicitousin()+felicitous(a.
)

infertile

[In5f\:taIl] a.
1:

infertilein()+fertile(a. )

fertilefert(=to bear )+ile

infidel

[5InfId(E)l] n.
1:

infidelin()+fid()+el()

:
infidelity

wastrel(n. )confidence(n. )

[InfI5delItI] n. ()
1:

infidelity in( )+fidel(=faithful

437

)+ity

infiltrate

2:

infidelity.mpg

fidelity(n. )

[5InfIltreIt] v.
1:

infiltrateinfiltr(=infilter )+ate

infilterin()+filter(v. )

infinitesimal

[InfInI5tesIm(E)l] a. []
1:

infinitesimal infinite(
)+simal(=small )

infirmity

[In5f\:mItI] n.
1:

infirmityinfirm(a. )+ity
infirmin()+firm(a. )

inflame

[In5fleIm] v.
1:

inflamein()+flame(n. )

inflamed

inflammable

[In5fleImd] a.
1:

inflamedinflame(v. )+ed

2:

inflamed.mpg

[In5flAmEb(E)l] a.
1:

inflammable inflamm(=inflame

)+able
:
inflated

nonflammable(a. )

[In5fleItId] a. ()
1:

inflatedinflate(v. )+ed
inflatein+flate(=to blow )to blow

GRE

438

into
:
infliction

inflation(n. )

[In`flIkFEn] n. (
)
1:

inflictioninflict(v.
)+ion
inflictin()+flict(=to strike )

:
infraction

flog(v. )conflict(v. )

[In5frAkF(E)n] n. ()
1:

infractioninfract(v. )+ion
infractin+fract(=to break )

2:

infraction. mpg

fraction(n. )fracture(n. )
infringe(v. )

infuriate

[In5fjJErIeIt] v.
1:

infuriatein+furi(=fury )+ate

infuse

[In5fju:z] v.
1:

infusein+fuse(=to pour )to pour


into

infusion(n. )confuse(v.
)refuse(v. )

ingenious

[In5dVi:nIEs] a.
1:

ingeniousin+genious(=genius )

ingenuity

[In5dVInju:ItI] n.


1:

439

ingenuity ingenious(a. )+uity

2:
ingenuous

ingenuity.mpg

[In5dVenjJEs] a.
1:

ingenuousin+genu(=birth )+ous

ingest

[In5dVest] v.
1:

ingestin+gest(=to carry)to carry in

:
ingrained

digest(v. )

[In5^reInd] a.
1:

ingrainedingrain(v. )+ed

in+grain(n. )
(=engrain)

ingrate

[`In^reIt] n.
1:

ingratein()+grate()

2:

ingratetearing(a. )

grateful(a. )granite(n. )
rating(n. )

ingratiate

[In5^reIFIeIt] v. ()
1:

ingratiate in+grati(=grace favour


)+ate

ingratiating

[In`^reIFIeItIN] a.
1:

ingratiatingingratiate(v. )+ing

GRE

440
ingratitude

[In5^rAtItjWbd;(?@)-tu:d] n.
1:

ingratitudein()+gratitude(n.
)

ingredient

[In5^ri:dIEnt] n. () ()

1:

ingredient in( )+gred(=gress=to


go)+ient

ingress

[5In^res] n.
1:

ingressin()+gress(=to go)

:
inhale

transgress(v. )egress(n. )

[In5heIl] v.
1:

inhalein+hale(=to breathe )

inherent

2:

inhale.mpg

exhale(v. )

[In5hIErEnt] a.
1:

inherent inhere(v. )+ent

inherein+here(=to stick )to stick in

:
inhibited

adhere(v. )cohere(v. )

[In5hIbItId] a.
1:

inhibitedinhibit(v. )+ed

inhibitin+hibit(=to havehold )

inimical

[I5nImIk(E)l] a.

441

1:

inimicalinimic(=enemy )+al

2:

inimicalin()+imical(=amicable )

inimitable

[I5nImItEb(E)l] a.
1:

inimitablein()+imitable(a. )

iniquitous

[I5nIkwItEs] a.
1:

iniquitousin()+iqu(=equ=equal
)+itous

:
initiative

iniquity(n. )

[I5nIFIEtIv] n.
1:

initiativeinitiate(v.
)+ive
initiateinit(=to beigin)+iate
initin+it(=to go)to go into begin

innate

[I5neIt] a.
1:

innatein+nate(=to be born)to be born in

innocuous

[I5nRkjJEs] a.
1:

innocuous in( )+noc(=harm

)+uousharmless
:
innuendo

knock(v. )

[Inju:5endEJ] n. () ()
1:

innuendo in+nu(=nod )+endo to


convey(v. ) by a nod

inoculate

[I5nRkjJleIt] v. []
1:

inoculatein()+ocul(=eyebud )+ate

442

GRE
()
:

inoculation(n. )binoculars(n.
)

inordinate

[I5nC:dInEt] a.
1:

inordinatein()+ordinate(=to arrange
in order )

:
inquietude

ordinary(a. )

[In5kwaIItju:d] n.
1:

inquietudein()+quietude(n.
)
quietudequiet(a. )+ude

inquisitive

[In5kwIzItIv] a.
1:

inquisitiveinquisite(v. )+ive

inquisitein(=into)+quisite(=to search )

acquisition(n. )disquisition(n.
)

insane

[In5seIn] a.
1:

insanein()+sane(a. )

inscrutable

2:

insane.mpg

insanity(n. )

[In5skru:tEb(E)l] a.
1:

inscrutable in( )+scrutable(a.


)
scrutablescrut(=to examine )+able

443

:
insert

scrutiny(n. )

[In5s\:t] v.
1:

insertin+sert(=to join )

insertion(n. )assert(v.
)

insider

[In5saIdE(r)] n.
1:

insidious

insiderinside(a. )+er

[In5sIdIEs] a.
1:

insidiousin+sid(=to sit)+ioussitting in

insignia

insinuate

[In5sIgnIE] n.
1:

insigniain+sign(=mark )+ia

badge(n. )emblem(n. )

[In5sInjJeIt] v.

1:

insinuate in+sinu(=curve )+ate to


wind ones way into

2:
insipid

insinuate.mpg

[In5sIpId] a.
1:

insipidin()+sipid(=sapid
)
sapidsap(=to taste )+id

:
insolvent

sip(v. )

[In5sRlvEnt] a. ()
1:

insolventin()+solvent(a.

444

GRE
)
solventsolv(=to free )+ent

insomnia

[In5sRmnIE] n.
1:

insomniain()+somn(=sleep )+ia

:
insouciance

hypnotic(a. )amnesia(n. )

[In5su:sjEns] n.
1:

insouciancein()+souci(=to worry
)+ance

instigate

instill

[5InstI^eIt] v.
1:

instigatein+stigate(=to urge )

instigation(n)sting(v. )

[In5stIl] v.
1:

instillin+still(=drop )to pour in a drop


at a time

:
institute

instrumental

distill(v. )silt(n. )

[5InstItju:t] n.

v.

1:

institutein+stitute(=to set up )

constitute(v. )

[InstrJ5ment(E)l] a.
1:

instrumentalinstrument(n. )+al

insubordinate

[InsE5bC:dInEt] a.
1:

insubordinatein()+subordinate(a.
)

2:
insufferable

insubordinate.mpg

[In5sQfErEb(E)l] a.


1:

445

insufferablein()+sufferable(a.
)
sufferablesuffer(v. )+able

insuperable

[In5sju:prEb(E)l] a.
1:

insuperablein()+superable(a.
)
superablesuper()+able

insurgent

[In5s\:dVEnt] a.
1:

n.

insurgentinsurg()+ent
insurgin+surg(=to rise )

:
insurrection

urgent(a. )

[InsE5rekF(E)n] n.
1:

insurrection insurrect(=insurg )+ion

:
intact

resurrection(n. )

[In5tAkt] a. ()
1:

intactin()+tact(=to touch )

2:
intangible

intact.mpg

[In5tAndVIb(E)l] a.

1:

intangiblein()+tangible(a.
)
tangibletang(=tact=to touch )+ible

intemperate

[In5tempErEt] a.
1:

intemperate in( )+temperate(a.

446

GRE
)

inter

[In5t\:] v.
1:

interin()+ter(=terr )

inert(a. )disinter(v. )intern(v.


)winter(n. )territory(n. )

interaction

[IntEr5AkF(E)n] n.
1:

interactioninteract(v. )+ion

interactinter()+act(v. )

intercede

[IntE5si:d] v.
1:

intercedeinter()+cede(=to move
) ()

interdict

[5IntEdIkt] v. ()
1:

n.

interdictinter()+dict(=to say )

2:

interdictindirect(a. )

:
interim

[`IntErIm] n.
1:

interjection

indict(v. )
interiminter()+im

[IntE5dVekF(E)n] n. ()
1:

interjectioninterect(v. )+ion

interjectinter()+ject(=to throw )

:
interlace

objection(n. )projectile(n. )

[IntE5leIs] v.


1:

447

interlaceinter()+lace(v. )

interlock

interlocutor

[IntE5lRk] v.
1:

interlockinter()+lock(v. )

deadlock(v. )

[IntE5lRkjJtE(r)] n.
1:

interlocutor inter( )+locut(=to speak


)+or

:
interlope

elocution(n. )

[9IntE`lEJp] v. ()
1:

interlopeinter()+lope(v. )

:
interlude

elope(v. )

[5IntElu:d] n.
1:

interludeinter()+lude(=play )

:
intermediary

prelude(n. )

[9IntE`mi:dIErI] a.

n.

1:

intermediary inter( )+medi(=in the


middle )+ary

interminable

[In5t\:mInEb(E)l] a.
1:

interminablein()+terminable(a.
)
terminabletermin(=end )+able

terminator(n. )

448
intermingle

GRE
[IntE5mIN^(E)l] n. ()
1:

intermingleinter()+mingle(v. )

mingle ""

intermission

[IntE5mIF(E)n] n.
1:

intermissionintermiss(=intermit )+ion

intermitinter()+mit(=to send
)

intermittent

[IntE5mItEnt] a.
1:

intermittentintermitt(=intermit )+ent

interplay

[5IntEpleI] v.
1:

interplayinter()+play(v.
)

interpolate

[In5t\:pEleIt] v. ()
1:

interpolateinter()+pol(=to polish
)+ate

:
interpose

interpolation(n. )

[IntE5pEJz] v.
1:

interposeinter()+pose(=to place)

:
interregnum

interposition(n. )

[IntE5re^nEm] n. ()

1:

interregnum

inter(

)+regnum(=reign )

449

interrogate

[In5terE^eIt] v.
1:

interrogateinter()+rogate(=to ask
)

interrogation

[InterE5^eIF(E)n] n.
1:

interrogation interrogate(v. )+ion

interrogative

2:

interrogation. mpg

interrogation mark(n. [] "")

[IntE5rR^EtIv] a.
1:

interrogative inter( )+rogate(=to ask


)+ive

intersect

[IntE5sekt] v. ()
1:

intersectinter()+sect(=to cut)

intersection(n.
)insect(n. )

intersperse

[IntE5sp\:s] v.
1:

intersperse inter( )+sperse(=to


scatter )

interstice

[In5t\:stIs] n.
1:

intersticeinter+stice(=to stand )to


pause

intervene

[IntE5vi:n] v.
1:

interveneinter()+vene(=to come)

:
interweave

intervention(n. )

[IntE5wi:v] v. ()

450

GRE
1:

interweave inter( )+weave(v.


)

intestate

[In5testeIt] a.
1:

intestatein()+testate(a. )

testatetest(=to witness )+ate

intestine

[In5testIn] a. []
1:

intestineint(=within )+estine

intimacy

2:

intestinesmall intestine()

intestinal(a. )

[5IntImEsI] n.
1:

intimacyint(=within )+imacy

intimate

[5IntImEt] a.
1:

n.

intimate inti(=within)+mate(n. )
inmostvery close friend

2:
intimidate

intimate.mpg

[In5tImIdeIt] v.
1:

intimidatein()+timid(a. )+ate

:
intolerant

intimidation(n. )

[In5tRlErEnt] a.
1:

intolerantin()+tolerant(a.
)

intoxicant

[In5tRksIkEnt] a.
1:

intoxicant in( )+toxic(=poison

451

)+ant
intoxicate

[In5tRksIkeIt] v.
1:

intoxicate in( )+toxic(=poison


)+ate

intractable

[In5trAktEb(E)l] a.
1:

intractable in( )+tractable(a.


)
tractabletract(=to draw )+able
(
)

:
intransigent

tractor(n. )protract(v. )

[In5trAnsIdVEnt] a.
1:

intransigent in( )+transigent(a.


)
transigent transig(=to compromise
)+ent
transig=transact

:
intrepid

intransigence(n. )

[In5trepId] a.
1:

intrepidin()+trepid(a. )

:
intrigue

gallant(a. )plucky(a. )

[In5tri:^,5Intri:^] v.
()
1:

intrigueintrig(=intricate )+ue

intriguing

[In`tri:^IN] a. ()
1:

intriguingintrigue(v. )+ing

452
intrinsic

GRE
[In5trInsIk] a. ()
1:

intrinsic

intrin(=within

)+sic(=sequ=followingalongside
)
:
introspection

extrinsic(a. )

[IntrE5spekF(E)n] n.
1:

introspectionintrospect(v. )+ion

introspect intro(=towards the inside


)+spect(=to look )

:
introvert

introspective(a. )

[5IntrEv\:t] v.
1:

n.

introvertintro()+vert(=to turn )

:
intrude

extravert(n. )

[In5tru:d] v.
1:

intrudein()+trude(=to thrust )

intuitive

2:

intruder.mpg

protrude(v. )

[In5tju:ItIv;(?@)-tu:-] a.
1:

intuitiveintuit(v. )+ive

intuitin()+tuit(=to look at )

:
intumescence

intuitionn(v. )

[9IntjU:`mesLns] n.
1:

intumescence intumesce(v. )+ence

453

intumescein+tum(=to swell )+esce

intumescent(a. )tumor(n.
)

invalid

[5InvEli:d,5InvElId] n.
1:

a.

invalid in( )+val(=to be strong


)+id

2:

invalid.mpg

equivalent(a. )valor(n.
)prevalence(n. )

invalid

inventory

[5InvEli:d,5InvElId] a.
1:

invalidin()+valid(a. )

invalidate(v. )

[5InvEntErI] n.
1:

inventoryin+vent(=to come )+ory

:
invertebrate

manifest(n. )

[In`v\:tIbrEt,-breIt] a.
1:

n.

invertebrate in( )+vertebrate(a.


)

investiture

[In5vestItFE(r)] n. () ()
1:

investiturein+vest(=clothing )+iture

:
inveterate

vestment(n. )

[In5vetErEt] a.
1:

inveteratein+veter(=old )+ate

454

GRE
:

invidious

veteran(n. )

[In5vIdIEs] a.
1:

invidiousinvid()+ious
invidin(=en)+vid(=vy)envy
envyen(=against )+vy(=to see )

invigilate

[In5vIdVIleIt] v. ()
1:

invigilatein+vigil()+ate
vigilliving(n. )

invigorate

[In5vI^EreIt] v.
1:

invigoratein+vigor(n. )+ate

vigorgiver(n. )

invincible

[In5vInsIb(E)l] a.
1:

invincible in( )+vinc(=to conquer


)+ible

:
inviolate

convince(v. )

[In5vaIElEt] a.
1:

inviolatein()+violate(v. )

inviolable(a.
)

inviting

invocation

[In5vaItIN] a.
1:

invitinginvite(v. )+ing

2:

inviting.mpg

[InvE5keIF(E)n] n.
1:

invocationinvoc(=invoke )+ation


invoke

[In5vEJk] v.
1:

involved

455

invokein+voke(=to call )

[In5vRlvd] a.
1:

involvedinvolve(v. )+ed

involvein+volve(=to roll )

invulnerable

[In5vQlnErEb(E)l] a.
1:

invulnerablein()+vulnerable(a.
)
vulnerablevulner(=to wound )+able

iridescent

[IrI5desEnt] a.
1:

iridescentirid(=iris )+escent

ironclad

[aIEn5klAd] a.
1:

ironcladiron(n. )+clad(a. )

clad clothe

irreconcilable

[I`rekEnsaIlEbl] a.
1:

irreconcilableir(=in )+reconcilable(
)
reconcilable reconcile(v.
)+able
reconcile

re(=again)+con(=together)+cil(=to call)+e
to bring together again

456

GRE
:

irreparable

conciliate(v. )

[I5repErEb(E)l] a.
1:

irreparable ir(=in )+reparable(a.


)
reparablerepar(=repair )+able

irreproachable [IrI5prEJtFEb(E)l] a.
1:

irreproachable

ir(=in

)+reproachable(a. )

reproachable reproach(v.
)+able
:
irresistible

approach(v. )

[IrI5zIstIb(E)l] a.
1:

irresistibleir(=in )+resistible(a.
)
resistibleresist(v. )+ible

irreverent

[I5revErEnt] a.
1:

irreverentir(=in )+reverent(a. )

reverentrevere(v. )+ent

reverere+vere(=to fear )

reverend(n. )severe(a.
)

irrevocable

[I5revEkEb(E)l] a.


1:

457

irrevocableir(=in )+revocable(a.
)
revocablerevoc(=revoke )+able

revoke re(=back)+voke(=to call) to call


back

irrigate

[5IrI^eIt] v. [] ()
1:

irrigateir(=in )+rigate(=to conduct


water )

irritate

[5IrIteIt] v.
1:

irritateirrit(=irate )+ate

irritable(a. )provoke(v.
)

itinerant

[aI5tInErEnt] a. ()
1:

itinerantitiner(=journey )+ant

itinerit(=to go)+iner

itinerary

[aI5tInErErI,I5tInErErI] n.
1:

itineraryitiner(=journey )+ary

itinerentire()

2:
jaded

itinerary.mpg

[5dVeIdId] a.
1:

jaded jade(v.
)+ed

jagged

[`dVA^Id] a. ()
1:

jagged jagg(=jag
)+ed

458
jaundiced

GRE
[5dVC:ndIst] a.
1:

jaundicedjaundice(v.
)+ed

jazzy

[5dVAzI] a.
1:

jettison

jigsaw

jazzyjazz(n. )+y

[5dVetIs(E)n] v. () n.
1:

jettisonjetti(=jet=to throw )+son

jet plane(n. )

[5dVI^sC:] n.
1:

jigsaw jig(n. )+saw(n.


)

:
jocose

jigsaw puzzle(n. )

[dVE5kEJs] a.
1:

jocosejoc(=joke )+ose()

:
jollity

[5dVRlItI] n.
1:

judicious

lachrymose(a. )
jollityjolli(=jolly )+ty

[dVu:5dIFEs] a.
1:

judiciousjudic(=judge )+ious

jurisprudence

[dVJErIs5pru:dEns] n.
1:

jurisprudence

juris(=law

)+prudence(=knowledge )

:
justifiable

jury(n. )

[`dVQstIfaIEbl] a. ()


1:

459

justifiable justifi(=justify

)+able
justify justi(=just right
)+fy
juvenile

juxtapose

[5dVu:vEnaIl] a.
1:

juvenilejuven(=young)+ile

junior(a. )

[dVQkstE5pEJz] v. ()
1:

juxtapose juxta(=beside near


)+pose(=to place )

:
kaleidoscopic

juxtaposition(n. )

[kElaIdE5skRpIk] a.
1:

kaleidoscopic kaleidoscope(n. )+ic

kaleidoscope

kal(=beautiful

)+eido(=form )+scope()

kallake(n. )
:
kennel

calligraphy(n. )guilt(n. )

[5ken(E)l] n.
1:

kennelkenn(=can )+el

2:

kennelkernel(n. )
()

3:

kennel.mpg

canine(a. )kneel(v. )kettle(n.


)

kitten

[5kIt(E)n] n.

GRE

460

1:
laborious

[lE5bC:rIEs] a.
1:

laboured

kittenkitt(=kit=cat )+en
laboriouslabor(n. )+ious

[`leIbEd] a. ()
1:

laboured labour(v. )+ed

lacerate

[5lAsEreIt] v. () (
)
1:

laceratelacer(=mangled )+ate

2:

laceratemacerate(v. )

:
lacework

laceration(n. )ulcerate(v. )

[`leIsw\:k] n.
1:

laceworklace(n. )+work(n
)

lachrymal

[5lAkrIm(E)l] a.
1:

lachrymallachrym(=tear )+al

2:

lachrymal charm(v. )+ally(n.


)

lackluster

[5lAklQstE(r)] a. ()
1:

lackluster lack(v. )+luster(n.


)

lactic

[5lAktIk] a.
1:

landlocked

lacticlact(=milk )+ic

[5lAndlRkt] a.


1:

461

landlocked land(n. )+lock(v. )+ed

:
landslide

deadlock(v. )

[5lAndslaId] n. []
1:

landslideland(n. )+slide(v. )

:
lapse

avalanche(n. )

[lAps] n. ()
1:

lapselap(=to glide )+se

2:

lapseleaps(v. )

3:

lapsecollapse(v. )

elapse(v. )please(v. )relapse(v.


)

largesse

[lB:5dVes] n. ()
1:

largesselarge(a. )+esse

:
lassitude

finesse(n. )

[5lAsItju:d] n.
1:

lassitudelass(=tired )+itude

latency

[`leItEnsI] n.
1:

latencylaten(v. )+cy
latenlate(a. )+en

latitude

[5lAtItju:d] n. ()

1:

latitudelati(=wide )+tude

462

GRE
:

longitude(n. )platitude(n. )
altitude(n. )

lattice

[5lAtIs] n. []
1:

latticelatt()+ice

2:

latticetactile(a. )

:
leeward

[5li:wEd] a.
1:

legerdemain

lettuce(n. )attic(n. )
leewardlee(n. )+ward

[ledVEdE5meIn] n.
1:

legerdemain

leger(=levi=light

)+de(=of)+main(=manu=hand ) light
of hand
:
legible

levity(n. )manuscript(n. )

[5ledVIb(E)l] a. ()

legislate

1:

legibleleg(=to read)+ible

illegible(a. )

[5ledVIsleIt] v.
1:

legislatelegis(=leg=lex=law )+late(=to
carry )

legislature(n. )legal(a.
)relate(v. )

legitimate

[lI5dVItImEt] a.
1:

legitimatelegitim(=lawful )+ate

legitimleg(=law )+itim

2:

legitimate.mpg


liable

463

[5laIEb(E)l] a. ......

1:

liableli(=lig=to bind )+able

liability(n. )bound(a.
)ligature(n )

liaison

[lI5eIzRn;(?@)5lIEzRn] n. [] ()

1:

liaison lia(=lig=to bind


)+ison

2:

liaisonliar(n. )+is(aux. )+son(n.


)

liberated

[5lIbEreItId] a.
1:

liberatedliberate(v. )+ed

2:

liberatedLi("")+berated(vbl. )

libidinous

[lI5bIdInEs] a.
1:

libidinouslibidin(=libido )+ous

libretto

[lI5bretEJ] n. () ()
1:

librettolibr(=book)+etto()

:
licence

[`laIsEns] n.
1:

license

library(n. )
licencelic(=to permit )+ence

[5laIsEns] v. ()

464

GRE
1:

licentious

licenselic(=to permit )+ense

[laI5senFEs] a.
1:

licentiouslicent(=licence )+ious

licit

[5lIsIt] a.
1:

licitlic(=to be permitted)+itpermitted

licence(n. )illicit(a.
)

limber

[5lImbE(r)] a.
1:

limberlimb(n. )+er

:
lineal

lumber(n. )

[5lInIEl] a.
1:

linealline(n. )+al

linear

lingual

linguistics

2:

lineala lineal descendant()

collateral(a. )

[5lInIE(r)] a.
1:

linearline(n. )+ar

2:

linearlinear algebra()

non-linear(a. )

[5lIN^w(E)l] a.
1:

linguallingu()+al

language(n. )tongue(n. )

[lIN5^wIstIks] n.
1:

linguistics linguistic(a.
)+s
linguisticlinguist(n. )+ic

465

:
linoleum

philology(n. )glottology(n. )

[lI5nEJlIEm] n. ()
1:

linoleumlin(=flax )+oleum(=olive oil


)
oleumole(=olive tree )+um
petroleumpetr()+oleum()

:
lionize

lint(n. )petrify(v. )

[5laIEnaIz] v. ...
1:

lionizelion(n. )+ize (
)

liquidate

[5lIkwIdeIt] v. ()
1:

liquidateliquid(a. )+ate

liquidliquid assets()

:
listless

liquidation(n. )

[5lIstlIs] a.
1:

listlesslistless list(n. )

:
literal

literati

[5lItEr(E)l] a.
1:

literalliter(=letter )+al

2:

literalthe literal truth()

[lItE5rB:ti:] n.

466

GRE
1:

litigant

literatiliterate(a. )+i

[5lItI^Ent] n.
1:

litigant lit(=lawsuit )+ig(=ag=to do


)+ant

litigious

[lI5tIdVEz] a.
1:

litterbin

litigiouslit()+ig()+ious

[`lItEbIn] n. <> ()
1:

litterbinlitter(n. )+bin(n. )

liturgy

[5lItEdVI] n.
1:

liturgyliturg(=minister )+y

liturglit(=people )+urg(=work )

:
liverish

[5lIvErIF] a. <>
1:

livid

liturgical(a. )
liverishliver(n. )+ish

[5lIvId] a. ()
1:

lividliv(=liver )+id

:
loathsome

vivid(a. )

[5lEJTsEm] a.
1:

loathsome loath(a. )+some

logistics

[lE5dVIstIks] n.
1:

logisticslog(=to lodge )+istics

2:

logistics.mpg


longitude

467

[5lRNdVItju:d;(?@)-tu:d] n.
1:

longitudelong(a. )+it(=to go)+ude

:
loquacious

latitude(n. )

[lR5kweIFEs] a.
1:

loquacious

loqu(=to

speak

)+acious()
:

eloquent(n. )reserved(a.
)

lounger

[`laJndVE(r)] n.
1:

lowbred

loungerlounge(v. )+er

[`lEJ`bred] a.
1:

lowbredlow(a. )+bred(vbl.
)

:
lucubrate

purebred(a. )

[`ljU:kjU:breIt] v. ()
1:

lucubrate lucu(=lux=light)+br(=labor
)+ate

:
lullaby

lucubration(n. )

[5lQlEbaI] n.
1:

lullaby lull(v. )+aby(=baby)


baby

lunacy

[5lu:nEsI] n. ()

1:

lunacyluna(=lunatic )+cy

lunaticluna(n. )+atic (

468

GRE
)

luxuriant

[lQg5zjJErIEnt] a.
1:

luxuriant luxuri(=luxury=excess

)+ant
:
lyric

[5lIrIk] n.
1:

machination

luxury(n. )
a.

lyriclyre(n. )+ic

[mAkI5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

machinationmachinate(v. )+ion

machinatemachine(n. )+ate

:
macrocosm

conspiracy(n. )

[5mAkrEJkRz(E)m] n.
1:

macrocosm macro(=large
)+cosm()great world

:
maestro

[5maIstrEJ] n.
1:

magistrate

cosmic(a. )
maestromaestr(=master )+o

[5mAdVIstreIt] n.
1:

magistratemagistr(=master )+ate

magisterial(a.
)magistracy(n. )

magnanimous

[mA^5nAnImEs] a.
1:

magnanimous magn(=great
)+anim(=soul )+ous


:
magniloquent

469

pusillanimous(a. )

[mA^5nIlEkwEnt] a.
1:

magniloquent magni( )+loqu( )+ent

magnitude

[5mA^nItju:d] n. (
)
1:

makeshift

magnitudemagni()+tude

[5meIkFIft] n.
1:

a.

makeshiftmake(v. )+shift(n. )

maladroit

[mAlE5dVCIt] a.
1:

maladroitmal()+adroit(a. )

malapropism

[5mAlEprRpIz(E)m] n.
1:

malapropismmal()+aprop(=spropos
)+ism

malcontent

[5mAlkEntent] a.
1:

n.

malcontentmal()+content(a.
)

malevolent

2:

malcontent.mpg

discontented(a. )

[mE5levElEnt] a.
1:

malevolentmale()+vol(=wish
)+ent

malfunction

[mAl5fQNkF(E)n] v. n.
1:

malfunctionmal()+function(n. )

malice

[5mAlIs] n.

470

malign

GRE
1:

malicemal()+ice

malicious(a. )

[mE5laIn] v.

a.

1:

malignmal()+ign(ing)

malignant(a. )malignity(n.
)

malleable

[5mAlIEb(E)l] a.
1:

malleablemalle(=hammer )+able

mallet(n. )maul(n.
)

malnutrition

[mAlnju:5trIF(E)n;(?@)-nu:-] n.

1:

malnutritionmal()+nutrition(n. )

malodorous

[mAl5EJdErEs] a.
1:

malodorousmal()+odor(n. )+ous

:
maltreat

stink(v. )

[mAl5tri:t] v.
1:

maltreatmal()+treat(v. )

:
manacle

abuse(v. )

[5mAnEk(E)l] n.
1:

manaclemana(=manu=hand )+cle()

:
mandate

handcuff(n. )fetter(n. )

[5mAndeIt] n.

v.

471

1:

mandatemand()+ate

2:

mandateman(n. )+date(v. )

mandatory(a. )emanate(v.
)commamd(v. )

manoeuver

[mE5nu:vE(r)] v. ()
1:

manoeuver

man(=manu=hand

)+oeuvre(=oper=work )

:
maniacal

maneuverable(a. )

[mE5naIk(E)l] a.
1:

maniacalmaniac(n. )+al

maniacmania(n. )+ac

manifest

[5mAnIfest] n.
1:

a.

manifest mani(=with hand)+fest(=struck


)

infest(v. )
inventory(n. )

manifesto

[mAnI5festEJ] n.
1:

manifestomanifest(v. )+o

manifold

[5mAnIfEJld] a.
1:

manifoldmani(=many )+fold(
)

:
manipulative

fivefold(n. )

[mE5nIpjJlEtIv] a.
1:

manipulative manipulate(v. )+ive

472

GRE

manipulatemani(=hand )+pul(=ful=full
)+ate

manumit

[9mAnjJ`mIt] v. ()
1:

manumitmanu(=hand)+mit(=to send)to
send away from ones handrelease

marginal

[5mB:dVIn(E)l] a.
1:

marine

mariner

marginalmargin(n. )+al

[mE5ri:n] a.
1:

marinemar()+ine

2:

marine ""

remain(v. )margin(n. )

[5mArInE(r)] n.
1:

marinermarine(a. )+er

marionette

[mArIE5net] n.
1:

marionettemarion(Mary )+ette()
Mary

masquerade

[mAskE5reId] n.
1:

v.

masquerademasquer(=mask )+ade

massive

[5mAsIv] a.
1:

masticate

massivemass(n. )+ive

[5mAstIkeIt] v. ...
1:

masticatemastic(=to grind teeth )+ate

materialize

[mE5tIErIElaIz] v.
1:

materialize material(n. )+ize

473

matriarchy

[5metrIB:kI] n.
1:

matriarchy matri(=mater

)+archy(=rule )
:
matriculation

patriarchy(n. )

[mEtrIkjJ5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

matriculation matriculate(v.
)+ion
matriculatematric(=matrix )+ulate

matrix

[5meItrIks] n. ()

1:

meadow

matrixmatr(=mater )+ix

[5medEJ] n.
1:

meadowmead(n. )+mow(n. )

meadmade(vbl. )

measured

[5meVEd] a. ()
1:

measuredmeasure(v. )+ed

2:

measured the

measured

march

of

soldiers()
meddlesome

[5medElsEm] a.
1:

meddlesome meddle(v.
)+some

mediocre

[mi:dI5EJkE(r)] a.
1:

mediocre medi( )+ocre(=rock=stony


mountain)half way up the mountain

474

meditative

GRE
2:

mediocre.mpg

mediocrity(n. )

[5medItEtIv] a.
1:

megalomania

meditativemeditate(v. )+ive

[me^ElE5meInIE] n. []
1:

megalomaniamegalo(=great
)+mania()

mellifluous

2:

megalomaniac.mpg

megalomaniac(n. )

[me5lIflJEs] a.
1:

mellifluousmelli(=honey )+flu(=to
flow )+ousflowing with honey

melodious

[mI5lEJdIEs] a.
1:

melodious melodi(=melody
)+ous

2:
melodrama

melodious.mpg

[5melEdrB:mE] n. (
)(17 )
1:

melodrama

melo(=melos=song

)+drama()
melody

[5melEdI] n.
1:

melodymel()+od(=to sing )+y

:
membrane

melon(n. )modelly(a. )

[5membreIn] n.
1:

membranemembr(=member
)+ane


mendacious

475

[men5deIFEs] a.
1:

mendaciousmendaci(=lying )+ous

mendacimend(v. )+aci

:
menial

mendacity(n. )menace(n. )

[5mi:nIEl] a. n. ()

1:

merchandise

menialmeni(=mini )+al

[5m\:tFEndaIz] n. []
1:

merchandise merchand(=merchant

)+ise
merchantmerch(=goods )+ant
2:
mercurial

merchandise.mpg

[m\:kjJErIEl] a.
1:

mercurialmercuri(=mercury )+al

meretricious

[merI5trIFEs] a.
1:

meretricious meretric(=meretrix

)+ious
meretrixmeretr(=to earn money )+ix

:
meritorious

merit(n. )

[merI5tC:rIEs] a.
1:

meritoriousmerit(n. )+orious

mesmerism

[5mezmErIzEm] n.
1:

mesmerismmesmer(n. )+ism

476

GRE

mesmer Mesmer(n.
)
:

metabolism

mesmerize(v. )

[mI5tAbElIz(E)m] n. []
1:

metabolismmeta()+bol(=to throw
)+ism

hyperbole(n. )

metamorphosis [metE5mC:fEsIs] n.
1:

metamorphosismeta()+morph(=form
)+osis

:
metaphor

amorphous(a. )

[5metEfE] n.
1:

metaphormeta()+phor(=to bear )

2:

metaphor.mpg

metaphorical(a. ) aphorism(n.
)

metaphysics

[metE5fIzIks] n.
1:

metaphysicsmeta(=after)+physics(n.
)the things after the physics

migrant

[5maI^rEnt] n.
1:

migrantmigr()+ant
migrgrim(a. )

:
mildew

immigrate(v. )

[5mIldju:;(?@)5mIldu:] n.


1:

477

mildewmil(=mel=honey )+dew(n.
)honeydew(n.
)

2:
militant

mildew.mpg

[5mIlItEnt] a.
1:

militantmilit(=soldier )+ant

:
mimic

minatory

military(a. )

[5mImIk] v. ()

n.

1:

mimicmime(n. )+ic

2:

mimic ""

mimicry(n. [] )

[5mInEtErI;(?@)-tC:rI] a.
1:

minatoryminat(=menace )+ory

minion

[5mInjEn] n.
1:

minutia

[maI5nju:FIE] n.
1:

misanthrope

minionmini()+on
minutiaminut(=minute )+ia

[5mIsEnWrEJp] n.
1:

misanthrope mis(
)+anthrope(=man )

miscellaneous

[mIsE5leInIEs] a.
1:

miscellaneous miscell(=mixed
)+aneous
miscellmisc(=to mix )+ell

:
miscellany

promiscuous(a. )

[5mIsEleInI] n.

478

GRE
1:

miscellanymiscell()+any

2:

miscellany ""

misconstrue

[mIskEn5stru:] v.
1:

misconstruemis()+construe(v. )

miscreant

[5mIskrIEnt] a.
1:

n.

miscreantmis()+cre(=cred=to believe
)+ant

:
mishap

recreant(a. )

[5mIshAp] n.
1:

mishapmis()+hap(n. )

:
mistimed

hapless(a. )

[mIs5taImd] a. ()
1:

mistimed mis( )+time(n. )+ed

mistral

[5mIstrB:l,mI5strB:l] n.
1:

mistralmistr(=master )+almaster
wind

2:

mistral ""

mitigate

[5mItI^eIt] v. ()
1:

mitigatemiti(=mildsoft)+gate(=to make)

mnemonics

[ni:`mCnIks] n.
1:

mnemonicsmnemonic()+s

479

mnemonic mnemon(
)+ic
mnemonmneme(=memory
)+on
moderator

[5mRdEreItE(r)] n.
1:

moderatormoderate(v. )+or

modicum

[5mRdIkEm] n.
1:

modicummodic(=moderate
)+um

2:

modicummedium(n. )

modish

[5mEJdIF] a.
1:

modishmode(n. )+ish

modulate

[5mRdjJleIt;(?@)-dVJ-] v. ()
1:

modulatemod(=measure )+ulate

moiety

[5mCIEtI] n.
1:

moietymoi(=mid )+ety

:
molest

moisty(a. )

[mE5lest] v.
1:

molestmole(=burden )+est

2:
mollify

molest.mpg

[5mRlIfaI] v.

480

GRE
1:

mollifymolli(=soft )+fy

mollusk

[5mRlEsk] n. []
1:

momentous

molluskmoll()+usk

[mEJ5mentEs] a.
1:

momentousmoment(n.
)+ous

momentum

[mEJ5mentEm] n. []
1:

momentum moment(=movement

)+um
momentmo(=move)+mentmovement
monarch

[5mRnEk] n.
1:

monarchmon(=one )+arch(=ruler
)

:
monastery

despot(n. )

[5mRnEstErI;(?@)-terI] n.
1:

monastery mon(=monk
)+astery()

monasticism

2:

monastery.mpg

nunnery(n. )

[mE`nAstIsIzEm] n.
1:

monasticism monastic(
)+ism
monastic monast(=monastery )+ic

mondial

[`mCndIEl] a.
1:

mondialmond(=mund=world )+ial

2:

mondialalmond(n. )

481

mundane(a. )ultramundane(a.
)

monogamy

[mE5nR^EmI] n.
1:

monogamy

mono(=one

)+gamy(=marriage )
:
monograph

polygamy(n. )

[5mRnE^rB:f;(?@)-^rAf] n.
1:

mono(=single )+graph(=to write )

:
monolithic

homograph(n. )

[mRnE5lIWIk] n.
1:

monolithicmono()+lith(=stone )+ic

:
monologue

monster(n. )

[5mRnElR^] n.
1:

monologuemono()+logue()

monopoly

[mE5nRpElI] n.
1:

monopolymono()+poly(=to sell )

:
monotonous

panoply(n. )

[mE5nRtEnEs] a.
1:

monotonous mono( )+ton(=tone

)+ous
monsoon

[mRn5su:n] n.
1:

monsoonmons(=month )+oon()
() ()

482
moralist

GRE
[5mRrElIst] n.
1:

moralistic

moralistmoral(a. )+ist

[mRrE5lIstIk] a.
1:

moralistic moralist(n. )+ic

moratorium

[mRrE5tC:rIEm] n.
1:

moratoriummora()+torium

2:

moratoriummorat(=mort )+orium

:
moribund

[5mRrIbQnd] a.
1:

mortify

amortize(v. )
n.

moribundmori(=to die )+bund

[5mC:tIfaI] v.
1:

mortifymort(=death)+ifyto put to death


()

:
mortuary

mortification(n. )

[5mC:tjJErI] n.
1:

mortuarymortu()+ary

:
motif

motivate

corpse(n. )cadaver(n. )

[mEJ5ti:f] n.
1:

motifmot()+if=motive

motion(n. )

[5mEJtIveIt] v. ()
1:

motivatemotive(n. )+ate

motivation(n. )


mottled

mountebank

483

[5mRt(E)ld] a.
1:

mottledmottle(v. )+ed

2:

mottled ""

motley(a. )

[5maJntIbANk] n.
1:

mountebankmounte(=mount=to climb
)+bank(=banch=bench )

mournful

[5mC:nfJl] a.
1:

mournfulmourn(v. )+ful

movement

muffler

[5mu:vmEnt] n.
1:

movementmove(v. )+ment

score(n. )

[5mQflE(r)] n.
1:

mufflermuffle(v. )+er

multifarious

[mQltI5feErIEs] a.
1:

multifarious multi(=many )+far(=to


make)+ious

mundane

[5mQndeIn] a.
1:

mundanemund(=mond=world )+ane

2:

mundaneunnamed(vbl. )

ultramundane(a. )
mondial(a. )

municipality

[mju:nIsI5pAlItI] n.

484

GRE
1:

municipalitymunicipal()+ity

municipal muni(=official

duties

)+cip(=to take )+al

munitions

[mju:5nIF(E)n] n.
1:

munitionsmunit(=to fortify )+ions

munitunit(n. )

mutation

[mju:5teIFn] n.
1:

mutationmutate(v. )+ion
mutatemut(=to change )+ate

mutilate

[5mju:tIleIt] v. ()
1:

mutilatemutil(=to cut off)+ate

2:

mutilateultimate(a. )

:
mutineer

maim(v. )amputate(v. )

[mju:tI5nIE(r)] n.
1:

mutineermutine(v. )+er
mutinemut(=to change )+ine

:
mutinous

[5mju:tInEs] a.
1:

muzzy

mutable(a. )
mutinousmutine(v. )+ous

[5mQzI] a. ()
()
1:

muzzy muddy(a. )+fuzzy(a.


)


2:
myopia

485

muzzy ""

[maI5EJpIE] n.
1:

myopia my(=to shut )+op(=eye


)+ia

2:
narcotic

myopia. mpg

[nB:5kRtIk] n.
1:

narcoticnarc(=numbness )+otic

:
natty

[`nAtI] a. ()
1:

nausea

nefarious

nicotine(n. )
nattynatt(=neat )+y

[5nC:sIE;(?@)5nC:VE] n.
1:

nauseanaus(=ship )+ea(=ia )

nauseate(v. )

[nI5feErIEs] a.
1:

nefarious ne(=not )+fari(=fair


)+ous

negate

[nI5^eIt] v.
1:

negateneg(=not)+ate(=to say)to say no

negation(n. )negative(a.
)abnegate(v. )

negligence

[5ne^lIdV(E)ns] n.
1:

negligence neglig(=neglect
)+ence
neglectneg(=not)+lect(=select)

2:

negligence.mpg

GRE

486
negotiable

[nI5^EJFEb(E)l] a. ()

1:

negotiablenegotiate(v. )+able

negotiate negoti(=business)+ate to do
business()
negotineg(=not)+oti(=leisure )

neolithic

[ni:EJ5lIWIk] a.
1:

neolithicneo(=new )+lith(=stone
)+ic

:
neologism

paleolithic(a. )

[ni:5RlEdVIz(E)m] n.
1:

neologismneo()+log(=word )+ism

neonate

[5ni:EJneIt] n. ()
1:

neonateneo(=new )+nate()

innate(a. )nature(n. )eon(n.


)

neophyte

[5ni:EJfaIt] n.
1:

neophyteneo()+phyte()

:
nepotism

xerophyte(n. )

[5nepEtIz(E)m] n. ()

1:

nepotismnepot(=nephew )+ism

nerveless

[5n\:vlIs] a.


1:

487

nervelessnerve(n. )+less

nestle

[5nes(E)l] v.
1:

nestle nest(n.
)+le

nestling

[5nestlIN] n.
1:

nestlingnest(n. )+ling()

nethermost

[5neTEmEJst] a.
1:

nethermost nether(a. )+most(adv.


)

neurology

[njJE5rRlEdVI;(?@)nJr-] n.
1:

neurologyneuro()+logy()

:
neurosis

numerology(n. )

[njJE5rEJsIs;(?@)nJr-] n.
1:

neurosisneur()+osis()

neurotic(n.

arteriosclerosis(n. )psychosis(n.
)
neutral

[`njU:trEl] a.
1:

neutralneutr(=neuter )+al
neuterne(=not)+uter(=either of two)

neutralize(v.
)

nexus

[5neksEs] n.
1:

nexusnex(=nect=to bind )+us

488

GRE

nibble

[5nIb(E)l] v.
1:

nibblenibb(=nib )+le

nibbin(n. )

:
niggardly

[5nI^EdlI] a.
1:

nihilism

nimble(a. )nipple(n. )
niggardlyniggard(n. )+ly

[5naIIlIz(E)m] n. []
1:

nihilismnihil(n. )+ism
nihilni(=not)+hil(=little thing)

:
nimble

annihilate(v. )

[5nImb(E)l] a.
1:

nimblenim(v. )+ble

nimmin()

:
nippers

nubile(a. )nibble(v. )

[5nIpEz] n.
1:

nippersnipp(=nip )+ers

2:

nippersspinner(n. )

:
nit-pick

forceps(n. )pincers(n. )

[`nItpIk] v.
1:

nit-picknit(n. )+pick(v. )

nittin(n. )

noisome

[5nCIsEm] a.


1:

489

noisomenoi(=noy )+some

:
nomenclature

annoy(v. )

[5nEJmEnklEtFE(r)] n.
1:

nomenclature

nomen(=name)+clat(=list)+ure list

of

names
nonchalance

[`nCnFElEns] n.
1:

nonchalancenon()+chal(=char=care
)+ance

nonchalant(a. )chary(n.
)

noncommittal

[nRnkE5mIt(E)l] a. ()
1:

noncommittalnon()+committal(n.
)
committal committ(=commit
)+al

nonconformist [nRnkEn5fC:mIst] n.
1:

nonconformist non( )+conformist(n.


)
conformistconform(v. )+ist

nonconformity [nRnkEn5fC:mItI] n.
1:

nonconformity nonconform(v.
)+ity

nondescript

[5nRndIskrIpt] a. ()

1:

nondescriptnon()+descript()

490

GRE

nonentity

description(n.

[nR5nentItI] n.
1:

nonentitynon()+entity(n. )

nonesuch

[5nQnsQtF] n.
1:

nonesuchnone(pron. )+such(a.
)

nonflammable [nRn5flAmEb(E)l] a.
1:

nonflammable non( )+flammable(a.


)

inflammable(a. )

nonobservance [nRnEb5z\:v(E)ns]n. ()
1:

nonobservance non( )+observance(n.


)
observanceobserve(v. )+ance

nonpareil

[nCnpE`reIl] a.
1:

nonplus

n. ()

nonpareilnon+pareil(=pair )

[nRn5plQs] v.
1:

n.

nonplusnon()+plus(v. )

nonskid

[`nCn`skId] a.
1:

nonskidnon()+skid(n. )

nonviolent

[nRn5vaIElEnt] a.
1:

nonviolent non( )+violent(a. )


normative

[5nC:mEtIv] a.
1:

nostalgia

491

normativenorm()+ative

[nE5stAldVE] n.
1:

nostalgianost(=nest )+alg()+ia

2:
nostrum

nostalgia. mpg

[5nRstrEm] n. () <
> ()
1:

nostrum nostr(=noster=our)+um our


own

:
notability

panacea(n. )

[nEJtE5bIlEtI] n.
1:

notabilitynotabil(=notable )+ity

notched

[nCtFt] a.
1:

notchednotch(v. )+ed

notorious

[nEJ5tC:rIEs] a.
1:

notoriousnotor(=known )+ious

:
novelty

notoriety(n. )

[5nRvEltI] n.
1:

noveltynovel(a. )+ty
novelnov(=new )+el

novice

[5nRvIs] n.
1:

novicenov(=new )+ice

2:

novicenotice(v. )

rookie(n. )neophyte(n. )

492

GRE
greenhorn(n. )tyro(n. )invoice(n.
)

noxious

nugatory

[5nRkFEs] a.
1:

noxiousnox(=injury )+ious

toxic(a. )

[5nju:^EtErI] a.
1:

nugatory nugae(n.
)+atory

:
nullify

negatory(a. )

[5nQlIfaI] v.
1:

nullifynull(=none )+ify

nullity(n. )annul(v.
)

numerology

[nju:mE5rRlEdVI] n. (
)
1:

numerology

numero(=number

)+logy()
:
nunnery

neurology(n. )

[5nQnErI] n.
1:

nunnerynunn(=nun )+ery

nuptial

2:

nunnery.mpg

monastery(n. )

[5nQpF(E)l] a.
1:

obedient

nuptialnupt(=marriage )+ial

[EJ5bi:dIEnt] a.
1:

obedientobed(=to obey )+ient


:
obeisance

493

obedience(n. )

[EJ5beIsEns] n.
1:

obeisanceobeis(=to obey )+ance

obfuscate

[5RbfQskeIt] v.
1:

obfuscateob+fusc(=dark )+ate

objection

[Eb5dVekF(E)n] n.
1:

objectionobject(v. )+ion
objectob(=against)+ject(=to throw )
to throw in the way

objectionable

[Eb5dVekFEnEb(E)l] a.
1:

objectionableobjection(n. )+able

obliging

[E5blaIdVIN] a.
1:

obliging oblige(v.
)+ing

obliterate

[E5blItEreIt] v.
1:

obliterateob()+liter(=letter
)+ate

:
obloquy

preliterate(a. )

[5RblEkwI] n. ()
1:

obloquyob()+loqu(=to speak )+y

obnoxious

[Eb5nRkFEs] a.
1:

obnoxiousob()+nox(=injury
)+ious

obsequies

[5RbsIkwIz] n.

GRE

494

1:

obsequies=exequies

ex(=out

)+sequ(=to follow )+ies

obsequious

[Eb5si:kwIEs] a.
1:

obsequious ob+sequ()+ious

observance

[Eb5z\:v(E)ns] n. ()

1:

obsession

observanceobserve(v. )+ance

[Eb5seF(E)n] n.
1:

obsessionobsess(v. )+ion
obsessob(=at)+sess(=sed=to sit)to sit at

:
obsolescent

possession(n. )

[RbsE5lesEnt] a.
1:

obsolescent obsolesc(=obsolete
)+ent

obsolete

[5RbsEli:t] a.
1:

obsoleteob(=away)+solete(=to be used
)
soletestole(vbl. )

obstacle

[5RbstEk(E)l] n.
1:

obstacle ob(=in

the

way

of)+sta(=to

stand)+cle
obstinate

[5RbstInEt] a.
1:

obstinate ob(=in

the

way)+stin(=to

stand)+ate


obstruct

495

[Eb5strQkt] v.
1:

obstruct ob(=against )+struct(=to


build )

obstruction(n. )
construct(v. )

obtrusive

[Eb5tru:sIv] a. ()
1:

obtrusive obtrus(=obstrude
)+ive
obstrude ob(=toward)+strude(=to thrust
)

obverse

[5Rbv\:s] n.
1:

obverseob()+verse(=to turn )

2:

obverseobserve(v. )

:
obviate

facade(n. )

[5RbvIeIt] v. ()
1:

obviate ob(=away)+vi(=road )+ate

occult

[C`kQltE`C-] a.
1:

occultoc(=up)+cult(=to cover)to cover


up

octogenarian

2:

occultclout(n. )

locust(n. )

[RktEJdVI5neErIEn] n. 80 89
1:

octogenarianoctogen(=eighty each
80)+arian 80
octogenocto(=eight )+gen()

496
ocular

GRE
[5RkjJlE(r)] a.
1:

ocularocul(=ocle=eye )+ar
oculo()+cle()

oculist

[`CkjJlIst] n.
1:

oculistocul()+ist

oddment

[5RdmEnt] n.
1:

oesophagus

oddmentodd(a. )+ment

[i:5sRfE^Es] n. []
1:

oesophagusoeso(=to be going to carry


)+phag(=to eat )+us

olfactory

[Rl5fAktErI] a.
1:

olfactoryolfact(=to smell out )+ory

olfactol(=to emit smell )+fact(=to


make )

omnipotent

[Rm5nIpEtEnt] a.
1:

omnipotent omni( )+potent(a.


)

omniscient

[Cm`nIsIEnt,-`nIFEnt] a.
1:

omniscient omni( )+sci(=to know


)+ent

omnivorous

[Rm5nIvErEs] a.
1:

omnivorous omnivore(n. )+ous

omnivoreomni()+vore(=to eat

497

)
onerous

[5RnErEs,5EJnErEs] a.
1:

onerousoner(=burden )+ous

:
opacity

exonerate(v. )

[E5pAsItI] n.
1:

opacityopac(=opaque )+ity

:
opportune

paucity(n. )

[5RpEtju:n;(?@)-tu:n] a. ()
1:

opportuneop+port(=harbour )+une
coming to the harbour to obtain timely
protection

:
opulent

opportunity(n. )

[5RpjJlEnt] a.
1:

opulentopul(=wealthy )+ent

opulop(=wealth )+ul

:
oratorio

ordain

[9CrE`tR:rIEJ;9R:-] n. ()
1:

oratorioorator(n. )+io

cantata(n. )

[C:5deIn] v.
1:

ordinance

opulence(n. )

ordainord(=order )+ain

[5C:dInEns] n.
1:

ordinanceordin(=to set in order


)+ance

498

GRE
:

ordination

ordnance(n. )

[C:dI5neIF(E)n] n. [] ()
1:

ordination ordin(=ordain
)+ation

orifice

originality

[5RrIfIs] n.
1:

orificeori(=mouth )+fice(=to make)

porous(a. )

[ErIdVI5nElItI] n.
1:

originalityoriginal(a. )+ity

ornate

[C:5neIt] a. () ()

orthodox

1:

ornateorn()+ate

adorn(v. )ornament(n. )

[5C:WEdRks] a.
1:

orthodoxortho()+dox(=belief )

orthodoxy(a. )
heterodox(a. )

orthopedics

[9R:WEJ`pi:dIks] n. []
1:

orthopedicsorthopedic(a. )+s

orthopedicortho()+ped(=child

)+ic

encyclopedia(n. ) paediatrics(n.
)

osmosis

[Cz`mEJsIs,Cs-] n. [] ()

outbid

499

1:

osmosisosmos(=to impulse )+is

ooze(v. )

[aJt5bId] v. () ()
1:

outbidout()+bid(v. )

outcast

[5aJtkB:st] n.

a.

1:

outcastout()+cast(v. )

2:
outfox

outcast.mpg

[aJt5fRks] v.
1:

outfoxout()+fox(n.
)

outgoing

[5aJt^EJIN] a.
1:

outgoingout( )+go(v. )+ing

outlandish

[aJt5lAndIF] a.
1:

outlandishoutland(n. )+ish

outlandout()+land(n. )

:
outmoded

exotic(a. )

[aJt5mEJdId] a.
1:

outmodedoutmode(v. )+ed

outmodeout()+mode(n. )

outrage

[5aJtreIdV] n.

500

GRE
1:

outrageout()+rage(n. )

:
outstrip

outrageous(a. )

[aJt5strIp] v.
1:

outstripout()+strip(n. )

outwit

[aJt5wIt] v.
1:

outwitout()+wit(n. )

:
overact

without(prep. )outsmart(v. )

[EJvEr5Akt] v.
1:

overactover()+act(v. )

overbearing

[EJvE5beErIN] a.
1:

overbearingoverbear(v. )+ing

overbearover()+bear(v. )

overdose

[5EJvEdEJs] n. ()

v. (

)
1:

overdoseover()+dose(n. )

overlap

[EJvE5lAp] v.
1:

overlapover()+lap(v. )

overreach

[EJvE5ri:tF] v.
1:

overreachover()+reach(v. )


override

501

[EJvE5raId] v. ()

1:

overrideover()+ride(v. )
()

overriding

[EJvE5raIdIN] a.
1:

overridingoverride(v. )+ing

overrideover()+ride(v. )

overrule

[EJvE5ru:l] v.
1:

overruleover()+rule(v. )

2:
overshadow

overrule.mpg

[EJvE5FAdEJ] v.
1:

overshadow over( )+shadow(n.


)

overweening

[EJvE5wi:nIN] a.
1:

overweening over( )+ween(v.


)+ing

:
overwhelm

self-confidence(n. )

[EJvE5welm;(?@)-hwelm] v.
1:

overwhelm over( )+whelm(v.


)

:
oxidize

overwhelming(a. )

[5RksIdaIz] v. () ()
1:

oxidizeoxide(n. )+ize

502

GRE
oxideox(=oxygen )+ide

pacifier

[5pAsIfaIE] n.
1:

pacifier paci(=peace)+fi(=fy=to make)+er


person who make peace

:
packed

[pAkid] a.
1:

painkiller

pacifist(n. )
packedpack(v. )+ed

[`peIn9kIlE(r)] n.
1:

painkillerpain(n. )+kill(v.
)+er

:
palatial

anodyne(n. )

[pE5leIF(E)l] a.
1:

palatialpalat(=palace )+ial

:
paleography

palatium(n. )

[pAlI5R^rEfI] n.
1:

paleography

paleo(=old

)+graphy(=writing )
paleolithic

[AplIE5lIWIk] a.
1:

paleolithicpaleo(=old )+lith(
)+ic

:
palings

neolithic(a. )

[5peIlINz] n.
1:

palings pale(v.
)+ing+s

2:

palingssapling(n. )

palliate

[5rAmb(E)l] v. () ()


1:

503

palliatepalli(=cloak )+ateto cover


up

2:

palliatepall(=pale )+iate

:
pallid

palliation(n. )

[5pAlId] a.
1:

pallidpall(=pale)+id

wan(a. )sallow(a.
)

:
palpitate

ruddy(a. )

[5pAlpIteIt] v. ()

1:

palpitate palpit(=throb
)+ate
palpitpalp(=to stroke )+it

pamphlet

[`pAmflIt] n.
1:

pamphlet

pam(=pan=all

)+phl(=phil=to love )+et()


loved by all ()
Pamphlus 12
:
panacea

leaflet(n. )

[pAnE5sIE] n.
1:

panacea pan(=all)+acea(=to remedy)


healing everything

:
pandemic

nostrum(n. )

[pAn5demIk] a. ()
1:

pandemicpan(=all)+dem(=people )+ic

504

GRE

endemic(a. )

pandemonium [pAndI5mEJnIEm] n.
1:

pandemonium pan( )+demon(n.


)+ium
Pandemonium

panic

[`pAnIk] n.

a.

v.

1:

panicpan(=Pan

)+ic

2:
panoply

panic.mpg

[5pAnEplI] n.
1:

panoplypan()+oply(=arms )

:
panorama

monopoly(n. )

[pAnE5rB:mE;(?@)-5rAmE] n.
1:

panoramapan()+orama(=horama =view
)

pantheon

[5pAnWIEn;(?@)5pAnWIRn] n.
1:

pantomime

pantheonpan()+the()+on

[5pAntEmaIm] n.
1:

pantomimepanto()+mime(n. )

papyrus

[pE5paIrEs] n. []
1:

parable

papyruspapyr(=paper )+us

[5pArEb(E)l] n.


1:

parable

para(=alongside

505

)+ble(=bole=to throw )

hyperbole(n. )arable(a. )
metaphor(n. )fable(n. )

parabola

[pE5rAbElE] n. []
1:

parabola para(=alongside )+bol


(=bole=to throw )+a

paradigm

[5pArEdaIm] n.
1:

paradigmpara()+digm(=show )

:
paradox

paradigmatic(a. )

[5pArEdRks] n.
( More hasteless speed
) ( I am always a
liar)()
1:

paradoxpara()+dox(=opinion
)opposed to existing notions ()

:
paragon

orthodox(a. )

[5pArE^En;(?@)5pArEgRn] n.
1:

paragonpar(=from)+agon(=to sharpen
)whetstone(n. )touchstone(n.
)

:
paralysis

agony(n. )

[pE5rAlIsIs] n.
1:

paralysispara()+lysis(

506

GRE
)
:

paralyze(v. )analysis(n.
)

paramount

[5pArEmaJnt] a.
1:

paramountpara(=by)+amount(=above
)

:
paranoid

tantamount(a. )

[pArE5nCId] a.
1:

paranoid paranoia(n. )+id

paranoiapara()+no(=mind
)+ia

:
parasite

poniard(n. )

[5pArEsaIt] n.
1:

parasite para(=beside)+site(=food )
feeding beside

2:

parasitepara()+sit(v. )+e

parasitic

parchment

[9pArE`sItIk] a.
1:

parasiticparasite(n. )+ic

pharisaic(a. )

[5pB:tFmEnt] n.
1:

parchment Parthian(=of Parthia

)+pergamina(=of Pergamum
)

2:

parchment "pass "pass

507

parenthesis

[pE5renWEsIs] n. []
1:

parenthesispar(=beside)+en(=in)+thes(=to
put)+issomething placed in beside

:
parochial

hypothesis(n. )

[pE5rEJkIEl] a.
1:

parochialparoch(=parish )+ial

2:

parochial.mpg

provincial(a. )insular(a.
)

paroxysm

[5pArEksIz(E)m] n. ()
1:

paroxysm par(=beside)+oxy(=sharp
)+ism

parquet

[5pB:keI;(?@)pB:r5keI] n.
1:

parquetparqu(=park )+et()
small enclosure()

:
partisan

parquetry(n. )

[pB:tI5zAn] n.
1:

partisanparti(=party )+san(=person )

aspirant(n. )spartan(a. )
Pakistan(n. )

parturition

[pB:tjJE5rIF(E)n;(?@)-tFJ-] n.
1:

parturition parture(=to be in labour


)+ition

508

GRE
parturepart(v. )+ure
:

parvenu

departure(n. )mature(a. )

[5pB:vEnju] n.
1:

a.

parvenu par(=per )+venu(=to come


)

:
pastel

avenue(n. )revenue(n. )

[5pAst(E)l] n.

pasteurize

1:

pastelpaste(n. )+el

staple(n. )

[5pAstFEraIz;(?@)5pAs-] v.
1:

pasteurizepasteur(=Pasteur

)+ize

pastoral

[5pB:stEr(E)l(?@)5pAs-] a.
1:

pastoralpastor(n. )+al

:
patchwork

patrols(n. )

[5pAtFw\:k] n.
1:

patchworkpatch(n. )+work()

pathetic

[pE5WetIk] a.
1:

patheticpathet(=pathos )+ic

2:

pathetic.mpg

apathetic(a. )


pathology

509

[pE5WRlEdVI] n.
1:

pathologypatho()+logy

2:

pathologyanthology(n. )

pathos

[5peIWRs] n.

1:

pathospath(=feeling )+os

patriarchy

[5peItrIB:kI] n.
1:

patriarchy patri(=father )+archy(=rule


)

:
patrician

[pE5trIF(E)n] n.
1:

patronage

matriarchy(n. )
patricianpatric(=noble )+ian

[5pAtrEnIdV;(?@)5peIt-] n.
1:

patronage patron(n. )+age

patronpatr(=pater=father )+on

paucity

pawnbroker

[5pC:sItI] n.
1:

paucitypauc(=few )+ity

opacity(n. )

[5pC:nbrEJkE(r)] n.
1:

pawnbroker pawn(n.

)+broker(n. )
pectoral

[5pektEr(E)l] a.
1:

pectoralpect(=chest )+oral

2:

pectoralspectral(a. )

510
peculate

GRE
[5pekjJleIt] v. () ()
1:

peculatepecul(=private property in cattle


)+ate

2:

peculatespeculate(v. )
()

peculiar(a. )
appropriate(v. )embezzle(v.
)

pedagogy

[5pedE^RdVI] n.
1:

pedagogypedagogue(n.

v. )+y

pedagogueped(=child)+agogue(=leader)
slave who looked after his masters son

demogogue(n. )gouge(n.
)agog(a. )

pedant

[5pedEnt] n.
1:

pedantped(=boy )+ant

:
pedantry

pendant(n. )

[5pedEntrI] n.
1:

pedantrypedant(n. )+ry

2:

pedantry ""

pedestrian

[pI5destrIEn] n.

a.


1:

511

pedestrianped()+estrian

2:

pedestrian pede( deep )+strian(


strain )

pediatrics

[pi:dI5AtrIks] n. []
1:

pediatricspediatric(a. )+s
pediatricpedi(=child )+atric

pellucid

[pI5lju:sId] a.
1:

pellucidpel(=per=through )+lucid(=to
shine )

penalize

[5pi:nElaIz] v. ()

1:

penalizepenal(a. )+ize
penalpen(=punishment )+al

penance

2:

penalize.mpg

penalty(n. )

[5penEns] n. ()

1:

pendant

penancepen()+ance

[5pendEnt] n. () []
1:

pendantpend(=to hang )+ant

panted(vbl. ) pedant(n. )
pendent(a. )

pendent

pendulous

[5pendEnt] a.
1:

pendentpend(=to hang )+ent

pendant(n. )

[5pendjJlEs] a. ()

512

GRE

1:

pendulous pend(=to

hang

down

hang

down

)+ulous
:
pendulum

saggy(a. )

[5pendjJlEm] n. []
1:

pendulum pend(=to
)+ulum

:
penetrate

pabulum(n. )

[5penItreIt] v.
1:

penetratepenetr(=deep within
)+ate
penetrpan(=all )+enter(=enter )

:
penetrating

penetration(n. )

[5penItreItIN] a.
1:

penetratingpenetrate(v. )+ing

penitent

[5penItEnt] a.
1: penitentpenit(=to repent )+ent

2: penitentpeni(pine )+tent(n. )

penitentiary

[penI5tenFErI] n.
1:

penitentiarypenitent(a. )+iary

pension

[pCN`sjJN] n.
1:

pensionpens(=pend=to pay )+ion

513

pend=to hang
(=to weigh)
(=to pay)
:
penultimate

compensation(n. )venison(n. )

[pI5nQltImEt] a.
1:

penultimatepen()+ultimate(a.
)

penumbra

[pI5nQmbrE] n. [] ()

1:

penumbrapen()+umbra(n.
)

adumbrate(v. )
umbrage(n. )

peppery

[5pepErI] a.
1:

perambulate

pepperypepper(n. )+y

[pE5rAmbjJleIt] v.

1:

perambulate

per(=trough

)+ambul(=amble=to walk )+ate

perceive

[pE5si:v] v.
1:

perceiveper(=completely )+ceive(=to
grasp )

:
percept

receive(v. )

[`p\:sept] n.
1:

perceptper()+cept(=to take )

percept(n. )

514
perceptible

GRE
[pE5septIb(E)l] a.
1:

perceptible per(=through)+cept(=to take


)+ible

2:

perceptible detectablenoticeable
observableconspicuousobviousevident
apparentvisibleclear

perception

[pE5sepF(E)n] n.
1:

perceptionpercept(=perceive )+ion

perceiveper()+ceive(=to grasp )

conception(n. )conceive(v.
)

perceptive

[pE5septIv] a.
1:

perceptive per(=through)+cept(=take
)+ive

peripatetic

[perIpE5tetIk] a.
1:

peripateticperi(=around )+patet(=to
walk )+ic

percipient

[pE5sIpIEnt] a.
1:

percipient per( )+cip(=to grasp


)+ient

perfidy

[5p\:fIdI] n. () ()
1:

perfidyper(=away from )+fid(=faith


)+y

2:

perfidy ""


:
perforate

515

perfidious(a. )

[5p\:fEreIt] v.
1:

perforateper(=through)+for(=to pierce
)+ate

perfunctory

[pE5fQNktErI] a.
1:

perfunctory

per(=through)+funct(=to

perform )+ory

:
perigee

function(n. )

[5perIdVi:] n. []
1:

perigeeperi(=near )+gee(=earth )

peripier(n. )

:
perilous

peripheral

apogee(n. )

[5perIlEs] a. ()
1:

perilousperil(n. )+ous

parlous(a. )

[pE5rIfEr(E)l] a.
1:

peripheral peri(=around )+pher(=to


carry )+al

:
periphrastic

periphery(n. )

[9perI`frAstIk] a.
1:

periphrasticperiphrast(=periphrasis
)+ic
periphrasis peri( )+phras(=to speak
)+is

perish

[5perIF] v.
1:

perishper(=away)+ish(=is=it=to go)to

516

GRE
go awayto pass away

perishable

2:

perishshipper(n. )

3:

perish.mpg

perishing(a. )

[5perIFEb(E)l] a.
1:

perishableperish(v. )+able

permeable

[5p\:mIEb(E)l] a.
1:

permeablepermeate(v. )+able

:
permeate

preamble(n. )

[5p\:mIeIt] v.
1:

permeateper(=through)+meate(=to pass)
to pass through

2:

permeateper+me+ateme ""

permutation

[p\:mju:5teIF(E)n] n. []

1:

permutationpermutate(v. )+ion

permutatepermute(v. )+ate
permuteper(=completely )+mute(=to
change )

:
pernicious

immutable(n. )

[pE5nIFEs] a.
1:

perniciousper()+nic(=nec=to kill
)+ious

internecine(a. )


peroration

517

[perE5reIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

peroration

per(=through

)+oration(n. )

:
perpendicular

epilogue(n. )

[p\:pEn5dIkjJlE(r)] a.
1:

perpendicular per(=through)+pend(=to
hang )+icular

perpetuate

[pE5petjJeIt] v.
1:

perpetuate per(=through)+pet(=to

go

towards)+uate
:
perplexed

perpetuity(n. )

[pE5plekst] a.
1:

perplexedperplex(v. )+ed
perplexper()+plex(=to entwine )

:
persecute

perplexity(n. )

[5p\:sIkju:t] v.
1:

persecute per(=through)+secu(=sequ=to
follow )+te

persevering

2:

persecute.mpg

persecution(n. )prosecute(v. )

[9p\:sI`vIErIN] a.
1:

perseveringpersevere(v. )+ing

persiflage

[p\:sIflB:V] n.
1:

persiflage

per(=through)+sifl(=siffl=to

518

GRE
whistle )+age

siffleur(n. )camouflage(v.
)

persistent

[pE5sIst(E)nt] a.
1:

personable

persistentpersist(v. )+ent

[5p\:sEnEb(E)l] a.
1:

personableperson(n. )+able

personage

[5p\:sEnIdV] n.
1:

personageperson(n. )+age

personification [pEsRnIfI5keIF(E)n] n.
1:

personificationpersonific(=personify
)+ation
personifyperson(n. )+ify

perspective

[pE5spektIv] n. ()
1:

perspective

per(=through)+spect(=to

behold )+ive
:
perspicacious

respective(a. )

[p\:spI5keIFEs] a.
1:

perspicaciousper(=through)+spic(=to look
)+aciouslooking through

perspicacity(n. ) aupice(n. )
conspicuous(a. )

pertinent

[5p\:tInEnt;(?@)-tEnEnt] a.
1:

pertinentpertin(=pertain )+ent

519

perturbation

[9p\:tE`beIFEn] n.
1:

perturbationperturb(v. )+ation

perturbationper+turb(=to agitate
)

perversion

[pE5v\:F(E)n;(?@)-Vn] n.

1:

perversionperverse(a. )+ion

perverse per( )+verse(t=to turn )


turned the wrong way

perversity

[pE`v\:sEtI] n.
1:

pesky

perversityperverse(a. )+ity

[5peskI] a.
1:

peskypesk(=pest )+y

:
pester

peaky(a. )

[5pestE] v.
1:

pesterpest(n. )+er

petition

2:

pesterpastor(n. )

badger(v. )

[pI5tIF(E)n] n. v.
1:

petitionpet(=to seek )+ition

2:

petition ""

petitioner(n. )

520
pettish

GRE
[5petIF] a.
1:

pettishpett(=pet )+ish

2:
petrify

petulant

pettishfetish(n. )+ish

[5petrIfaI] v.
1:

petrifypetri(=stone)+fy(=to make)

2:

petrify.mpg

petrifaction(n. )

[5petjJlEnt] a.
1:

petulantpetul(=pet )+ant

phantasmal

[fAn5tAsmEl] a.
1:

phantasmalphantasm(=phantom )+al

:
phantom

philander

fantasy(n. )

[5fAntEm] n.
1:

phantomphant(=to show )+om

2:

phantom.mpg

[fI5lAndE(r)] v. /n.
1:

philanderphil(=loving )+ander(=man
) ()

2:

philander Philander

polyandry(n. )

philanthropist [fI5lAnWrEpIst] n.
1:

philanthropistphil()+anthrop()+ist

philology

[fI5lRlEdVI] n.


1:

521

philologyphil()+ology()

:
phobia

linguistics(n. )glottology(n. )

[5fEJbIE] n.
1:

phobiaphob()+ia()

photosynthesis [fEJtEJ5sInWEsIs] n.
1:

photosynthesis

photo(=light

)+syn(=together )+thes(=to put )+is

piercing

[5pIEsIN] a.
1:

piercingpierce(v. )+ing

2:

piercingpricing(n. )

pigment

[5pI^mEnt] n. []
1:

pigment pig(=pict=to

paint

)+ment

pilgrim

2:

pigment ""

figment(n. )picture(n. )

[5pIl^rIm] n.
1:

pilgrim pil(=pel=per=through
)+gr(=agr=fieldland )+im

2:

pilgrimpill(n. )+grim(a.
)

:
pinnacle

agriculture(n. )

[5pInEk(E)l] n. ()
1:

pinnaclepinn(=pin )+acle()

522

GRE
:

piquant

manacle(n. )

[5pi:kEnt] a.
1:

piquantpiqu(=pique=pike )+ant

:
placate

placebo

quaint(a. )antique(n. )

[plE5keIt;(?@)5pleIkeIt] v.
1:

placateplac(=to please )+ate

complacent(a. )

[plE5si:bEJ] n. ()
1:

placeboplace(=to please )+bo

plagiarism

[`pleIdVIErIzEm] n.
1:

plagiarismplagi(=oblique )+arism

plaintiff

plaintive

[5pleIntIf] n. []
1:

plaintiffplaint(n. )+iff

complaint(n. )defendant(n. )

[5pleIntIv] a.
1:

plaintiveplaint(n. )+ive

:
plangent

[5plAndVEnt] a.
1:

plastered

complaint(n. )
plangentplange(=plain )+ent

[5plB:stEd] a.
1:

plasteredplaster(v. )+ed

plateau

[5plAtEJ] n. ()
1:

plateauplat(=flat )+eau


:
platitude

523

epaulet(n. )tableau(n. )

[5plAtItju:d(?@)-tu:d] n.
1:

platitudeplat(=flat )+itude

2:

platitudelatitude(n. )

:
Platonic

plenitude(n. )

[plE5tRnIk] a.
1:

PlatonicPlaton(n. )+ic

plausible

[5plC:zIb(E)l] a. () ()
1:

plausible plaus(=applause

)+ible(=worthy)worthy of applause

pleonastic

[9pli:EJ`nAstIk] a.
1:

pleonasticpleonast(=pleonasm )+ic

pleonasmpleon(=more )+asm

pliable

plumage

plummet

[5plaIEb(E)l] a.
1:

pliablepli(=ply )+able

liable(a. )

[5plu:mIdV] n. ()
1:

plumageplum(=plume )+age

2:

plumage.mpg

[5plQmIt] v.
1:

plummetplumm(=plumbum )+et()

524
pneumonia

podium

GRE
[nju:5mEJnIE;(?@)nu:-] n. []
1:

pneumoniapneumon()+ia

2:

pneumonia. mpg

[5pEJdIEm] n.
1:

podiumpod(=ped=foot )+ium

:
poetaster

polarization

odium(n. )

[pEJI5tAstE(r)] n.
1:

poetasterpoet(n. )+aster

daubster(n. )

[9pEJlEraI`zeIFEn;-rI`z-] n. ()[]
()
1:

polarization polarize(v. )+ation

polarizepolar(a. )+ize

pollinate

[5pRlIneIt] v.
1:

pollster

pollinatepollin(n. )+ate

[5pEJlst\:(r)] n.
1:

pollsterpoll(n. )+ster()

polyandry

[5pRlIAndrI] n.
1:

polyandry

poly(=many

)+andr(=ander=man )+y

:
polyglot

philander(n. )

[5pRlI^lRt] a.
1:

polyglotpoly()+glot(=language

525

)
:

glottology(n. ) philology(n.
)bilingual(a. )

polymath

[5pRlImAW] n.
1:

polymathpoly()+math(=to learn )

2:

polymathpoly()+math(n. )

pomposity

[pCm`pCsEtI] n.
1:

pompositypompos(=pompous )+ity

pompous

[5pRmpEs] a.
1:

pontifical

pompouspomp(n. )+ous

[pRn5tIfIk(E)l] a.
1:

pontificalpontif(=pontiff )+ical

pontificate

[pRn5tIfIkEt] n.
1:

v.

pontificate pontific(=pontifical

)+ate
populace

[5pRpjJlEs] n.
1:

populacepopul(=people )+ace

:
porcupine

populous(a. )civilian(n. )

[`pR:kjJpaIn] n. []
1:

porcupineporcu(=pig )+pine(=spine
)

portfolio

[pC:t5fEJlIEJ] n.
1:

portfolioport(=to carry )+folio(n.

526

GRE
)

poseur

[pEJ5z\:] n.
1:

poseurpose(v. )+eur

:
posthumous

repose(v. )

[5pRstjJmEs;(?@)5pRstFEmEs] a.

1:

posthumous post(=after

)+hum(=earthgrave )+ous

:
postulate

exhume(v. )

[5pRstjJlEt] v.
1:

postulatepost(=to request )+ulate

:
portend

stipulate(v. )

[pC:5tend] v.
1:

potend por(=pro=out)+tend(=to extend


stretch)to stretch out

potable

[5pEJtEb(E)l] n.
1:

a.

potablepot(=to drink )+able

:
potation

[pE5teIF(E)n] n.
1:

potent

portable(a. )
potationpot(=to drink )+ation

[5pEJtEnt] a.
1:

potentpot(=to be able )+ent


2:

527

potentportent(n. )

potency(n. )potentate(n.
)

potpourri

[pEJ5pJrI] n. ()
1:

potpourripot()+pourr(=pour )+in

pragmatic

[prA^5mAtIk] a.
1:

pragmaticpractice(n. )

grammatic(a. )pragmatism(n.
)

prankster

[5prANkstE(r)] n.
1:

pranksterprank(n. )+ster

preamble

[pri:5Amb(E)l] n.
1:

preamblepre()+amble(=to walk )

:
precede

permeable(a. )

[prI5si:d] v. () ...
1:

precedepre(=before)+cede(=to go)to go
before

antecedence(n. )concede(v.
)

precedent

[5presIdEnt] n.
1:

precedent precede(v.
)+ent
precedepre(=before)+cede(=to go)to go

528

GRE
before
:

precept

president(n. )

[5pri:sept] n.
1:

preceptpre(=before)+cept(=to take )

:
preceptor

percept(n. )

[prI5septE(r)] n.
1:

preceptorprecept(n. )+or

precipice

[5presIpIs] n.
1:

precipice pre( )+cip(=cap=head


)+ice

precipitant

[prI`sIpItEnt] a.
1:

precipitantprecipit()+ant

precipitpre()+cip(=cap=head )+it

precipitate

[prI5sIpItEt] v.
1:

precipitation

a.

precipitateprecipit()+ate

[prIsIpI5teIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

precipitationprecipitate(v. )+ion

preclude

[prI5klu:d] v.
1:

precludepre()+clued(=to close )

:
precognition

prelude(n. )occlude(v. )

[pri:kR^5nIF(E)n] n.
1:

precognition

pre(=before

529

)+cognition(n. )

:
preconception

recognition(n. )

[pri:kEn5sepF(E)n] n.
1:

preconceptionpre()+conception(n.
)

precursor

[pri:5k\:sE(r)] n.
1:

precursorpre(=beofore )+curs(=to
run)+or

:
predestine

forerunner(n. )

[pri:5destIn] v.
1:

predestinepre()+destine(v. )

:
predilection

destination(n. )

[pri:dI5lekF(E)n] n.
1:

predilection pre( )+dilect(=to love


)+ion

delectable(a. )dialect(n. )
proclivity(n. )

predisposition

[`pri:9dIspE`zIFEn] n.
1:

predisposition predispose(v.
)+ition
predisposepre()+dispose(v. )

:
predominant

disposition(n. )

[prI5dRmInEnt] a.
1:

predominantpre+dominant(a. )

530

GRE
dominantdomin(=lord )+ant

preeminent

[pri:5emInEnt] a.
1:

preeminent pre+eminent(a. )

preemption

[pri:5empF(E)n] n. ()
1:

preemption pre+empt(=to buy)+ion to


buy beforehand

preempt(v. )
redemption(n. )

prefigure

[pri:5fI^E(r);(?@)pri:fI^jEr] v. ()
1:

prefigure pre( )+figure(n. )

prejudicial

[predVJ5dIF(E)l] a.
1:

prejudicial prejudice(n. )+ial

prejudice pre( )+jud(=to judge


)+ice

preliterate

[pri:5lItErEt] a.
1:

preliteratepre()+liter(=letter
)+ate

:
prelude

obliterate(v. )

[5prelju:d] n.
1:

preludepre()+lude(=to play )

preclude(v. )interlude(n.
)

premeditated

[9pri:`medIteItId,prI-] a.


1:

premeditated premeditate(v.

531

)+ed
premeditatepre()+meditate(v.
)
premiere

[5premIeE(r);(?@)prI5mIEr] n.

v.

1:

premierepremi(=prime=first )+ere

premium

[5pri:mIEm] n.
1:

premiumpre()+em(=to buy )+ium

preoccupied

[pri:`CkjJpaId] a.
1:

preoccupied preoccupy(v.
)+ied
preoccupypre()+occupy(v. )
()

preponderance [prI`pCndErLns] n.
1:

preponderance

pre(=before)+ponderance(n. )

ponderancepond(=weight )+erance

preponderate

[prI5pRndEreIt] v. ()

1:

preponderate pre( )+pond(


)+erate

prepossessing

[pri:pE5zesIN] a.

532

GRE
1:

prepossessing prepossess(v. )+ing

prepossess pre( )+possess(v. )

preposterous

[prI5pRstErEs] a.
1:

preposterous

pre(=before

)+post(=after )+erous

prerequisite

[pri:5rekwIzIt] n.
1:

prerequisite pre( )+requisite(a.


)

:
prerogative

perquisite(n. )

[prI5rR^EtIv] n.
1:

prerogativepre(=before )+rog(=to ask


)+ative

:
presage

[5presIdV] n. /v.
1:

prescient

arrogate(v. )prorogue(v. )
presagepre+sage(n. )

[5presIEnt] a.
1:

prescient

pre(=beforehand)+sci(=to

know)+entto know beforehand


:

prescience(n. )recipient(a.

)
prescribed

[prI5skraIbd] a.
1:

prescribedprescribe(v. )+ed

prescribepre()+scribe(=to write )


2:

533

prescribed prescribed book(


)

:
prescription

proscribe(v. )

[prI5skrIpF(E)n] n.
1:

prescription prescript(=prescribe
)+ion
prescriptpre()+script()

preservative

[prI5z\:vEtIv] a.
1:

n.

preservativepreserve(v. )+ative

prestigious

[pre5stIdVEs] a.
1:

prestigious prestige(n. )+ious

prestigepre(=before)+stige(=to string )

presumable

[prI5zju:mEb(E)l;(?@)-zu:-] a.
1:

presumablepresume(v. )+able

presume pre(=in advane)+sume(=to take


)

presumption

[prI5zQmpF(E)n] n.
1:

presumption presumpt(=to presume


)+ion
presumepre()+sume(=to take )

resumption(n. )

534

GRE

presumptuous [prI5zQmptjJEs] a.
1:

presumptuouspresumpt(=presume
)+uous

presumption(n. )

presupposition [pri:sQpE5zIF(E)n] n.
1:

presupposition presuppose(v.
)+ition
presupposepre()+suppose(v. )

pretence

[prI5tens] n.
1:

pretencepretend(v. )
pretendpre(=forth )+tend(=to stretch
) ()
() ()

pretended

[prI5tendId] a.
1:

pretension

pretendedpretend(v. )+ed

[prI5tenF(E)n] n.
1:

pretensionpretens(=pretend )+ion

pretentious

[prI5tenFEs] a.
1:

pretentious pretent(=pretend
)+ious

preternatural

[pri:tE5nAtFEr(E)l] a.
1:

preternatural preter( )+nature(n.


)+al

:
prevail

supernatural(a. )

[prI5veIl] v.
1:

prevailpre()+vail(=to be strong

535

)
prevailing

[prI5veIlIN] a.
1:

prevalent

prevailingprevail(v. )+ing

[5prevElEnt] a.
1:

prevalentpreval(=prevail )+ent

prevision

[prI5vIV(E)n] n.
1:

previsionpre()+vis(=to see )+ion

prickle

[5prIk(E)l] n. ()
1:

v.

prickleprick(n. )+le()
prickpick(v. )

:
primate

prickly(a. )

[5praImeIt] n.
1:

a.

primateprim(=first)+ate

primer

[5praImE(r)] n.
1:

primerprim(=first)+erfirst book

primeval

[praI5mi:v(E)l] a.
1:

primevalprime(=first)+ev(=age
)+al

prime minister(n. )medieval(a.


)

primitive

[5prImItIv] a.
1:

primordial

primitiveprim(=first)+itive

[praI5mC:dIEl] a.
1:

primordial

prim(=first)+ordi(=to

536

GRE
begin)+al

princely

priority

prissy

[5prInslI] a.
1:

princelyprince(n. )+ly

princess(n. )

[praI5RrItI;(?@)-C:r-] n.
1:

priorityprior(a. )+ity

2:

priority.mpg

[5prIsI] a.
1:

prissy prim(a.
)+sissy(a. )

privation

[praI5veIF(E)n] n.
1:

privationpriv()+ation

deprive(v. )private(a.
)

privilege

[5prIvIlIdV] n.
1:

privilegeprivi(=privy )+leg(=law
)+e

:
probation

private(a. )legal(a. )

[prE5beIF(E)n;(?@)prEJ-] n. ()
1:

probationprobate(v. )+ion
probateprobe(v. )+ate

2:
probing

[`prEJbIN] a.
1:

probity

probation. Mpg
probingprobe(v. )+ing

[5prEJbItI] n.
1:

probityprobe(n. )+ity

proboscis

[prE5bRsIs] n. ()


1:

537

proboscispro()+bosc(=boss )+is

proceeds

[5prEJsi:dz] n. ()

1:

proceedsproceed(v. )+s

proceedpro(=ahead)+ceed(=to go)to go
ahead

procession

[prE5seF(E)n] n.
1:

procession process(=proceed

)+ion
proclivity

[prE5klIvItI] n. ()
1:

proclivitypro()+cliv(=slope
)+ity

declivity(n. )predilection(n.
)propensity(n. )

procreate

[5prEJkrIeIt] v.
1:

procreatepro+create(v. )

:
Procrustean

produce(v. )

[prEJ5krRstIEn] a.
1:

ProcrusteanProcrustes(n.

)+an

2:

Procrustean Pro( )+crust(n. )+ean

proctor

[5prRktE] n.

538

GRE
1:

proctor=procuratorpro+curator(n.
)

procurement

[prEJ`kjJEmEnt] n.
1:

procurementprocure(v. )+ment

procurepro+cure(=to care for )

prodigal

[5prRdI^(E)l] a.
1:

n.

prodigalprodig()+al
prodigpro()+dig(v. )

prodigious

[prE5dIdVEs] a.
1:

prodigiousprodigi(=prodigy )+ous

profane

[prE5feIn;(?@)prEJ-] v.
1:

profanepro(=outside)+fane(=temple )
outside the temple

profanity(n. )fanatic(n.
)

profligate

[5prRflI^Et] a.
1:

n.

profligatepro+flig(=flog=to beat
)+ate

profuse

[prE5fju:s] a.
1:

profusepro(=forth )+fuse(=to pour)


to pour forth

profusion(n. )

539

diffuse(v. )
prognosticate

[prR^5nRstIkeIt] v.
1:

prognosticatepro()+gnostic()+ate

:
prohibitive

agnostic(n. )

[prE5hIbItIv;(?@)prEJ-] a. ()

1:

prohibitiveprohibit(v. )+ive
prohibitpro()+hib(=to hold
)+it

:
projectile

[prE5dVektaIl;(?@)-tl] n.
1:

projectileproject(v. )+ile

projectpro()+ject(=to throw )

objection(n. )interjection(n. )
missile(n. )

proliferate

[prE5lIfEreIt;(?@)prEJ-] v. []
1:

proliferate proli(=prolet=offspring

)+fer(=to bear )+ate


:
prolific

conifer(n. )

[prE5lIfIk] a.
1:

prolificproli()+fic(=to make )

:
prolix

proficient(a. )

[5prElIks] a.
1:

prolixpro()+lix(=liqu=to flow )

540

GRE

prologue

liquid(a. )

[5prEJlR^] n. ()
1:

prologue pro( )+ logue(=word


speech) ()

epilogue(n. )prelude(n.
)

promiscuity

[9prCmI`skjU:EtI,9prEJ-] n. ()

1:

promiscuity pro+misc(=to

mix

)+uity
:

promiscuous(a. )miscellany(n.
)

prompt

[prRmpt] a. v.
1:

promptpro()+mpt(=empt=to buy )
()

prompting(n. )
promptness(n. )

promulgate

[5prRmEl^eIt] v.
1:

promulgate pro( )+mulg(=vulg=the


people )+ate

:
prone

pronounced

vulgar(a. )

[prEJn] a. ...
1:

pronepro()+ne

apron(n. )prose(n. )

[prE5naJnst] a.


1:

541

pronounced pronounce(v. )+ed

propeller

[prE5pelE(r)] n. ()
1:

propellerpropell(=propel )+er

propensity

[prE5pensItI] n. ()
1:

propensity

pro(=forward)+pens(=pend=hang
)+ityto hang forwardincling to
:
prophylactic

proclivity(n. )

[prRfI5lAktIk] a.
1:

prophylacticprophy()+lact(=milk
)+ic

prophet(n. ) lactic(a. )
vaccine(n. )

propinquity

[prE5pINkwItI] n. () (
)
1:

propinquity pro+pinqu(=linqu=link

)+ity
propitiate

[prE5pIFIeIt] v.
1:

propitiatepro()+pit(=pet=to seek
)+iate

:
propitiatory

centripetal(a. )

[prE5pIFEtErI] a.
1:

propitiatorypropitiator(n. )+y

propitiator propitiate(v. )+or

542
propitious

GRE
[prE5pIFEs] a.
1:

propitiouspro()+pit(=seek )+ious

:
proprietary

[prE5praIEtErI;(?@)-terI] a.
1:

proprietarypropriet(=owner )+ary

proprietpropr(=ones own)+ietowner

propriety

[prE5praIItI] n. ()
1:

proprietypropriet()+y

propulsion

[prE5pQlF(E)n] n.
1:

propulsionpropuls(=to propel )+ion

prorogue

[prE5rEJ^] v. ()
1:

proroguepro(=in public )+rogue(=to


ask )

2:

prorogueprologue(n. )
()

:
prosaic

prorogation(n. )prerogative(n. )

[prEJ5zeIIk] a.
1:

prosaicprosa(=prose )+ic

proscribe

[prEJ5skraIb;(?@)prEJ-]
1:

proscribepro(=in public)+scribe(=to write)


to put up a written public notice

2:

proscribepro()+scribe()()

543

prescribe(v. )circumscribe(v.
)

prosecute

[5prRsIkju:t] v.
1:

prosecute pro( )+secute(=sequ=to


follow )

2:

prosecute persecute(v. )

prosecutor(n. )persecute(v.
)

proselyte

[5prRsIlaIt] n. ()

1:

proselytepros(=near )+elyte(=to come


)
elyteelite(n. )
elyte ""

:
prosody

proselytize(v. )

[5prRsEdI] n.
1:

prosodypros()+ody(=song )

prospective

[prE5spektIv] a.
1:

prospective prospect(n. )+ive

prospectpro()+spect(=to look )

prosthetic

[prCs`WetIk] a. [] () []
[]
1:

prostheticpros()+thet()+ic

GRE

544

proselyte(n. )prosody(n.
)synthetic(a. )

:
protagonist

prosthetics(n. )

[prEJ5tA^EnIst] n. ()

1:

protagonistprot(=proto=first
)+agonist(=actor )
agonistag(=act)+onistactor

:
protocol

prototype(n. )antagonist(n. )

[5prEJtEkRl;(?@)-kC:l] n.

1:

protocol proto(=first)+col(=glue) sheet


glued to the first page of manuscript

:
prototype

colander(n. )percolate(v. )

[5prEJtEJtaIp] n.
1:

prototypeproto()+type(n. )

:
protract

archetype(n. )

[prE5trAkt;(?@)prEJ-] v.
1:

protractpro()+tract()

:
protrude

tractor(n. )intractable(a. )

[prE5tru:d;(?@)prEJ-] v. () ()
1:

protrudepro()+trude(=to thrust )

2:

protrudepro()+trude ""


:
protuberant

545

protrusive(a. )

[prE5tju:bErEnt] a.
1:

protuberantpro()+tuber(n.
)+ant

provender

[`prCvIndE(r)] n. () ()
1:

provender provend(=provide
)+er()

2:

provenderpro( )+vender(=vendor
)

proverbially

[5prRv\:bIElI] adv.
1:

proverbially proverb(n. )+ially

proverbpro()+verb(=word )

provident

[5prRvIdEnt] a.
1:

providentpro()+vid(=to see )+ent

:
provision

providence(n. )

[prE5vIV(E)n] n.
1:

provisionprovis(=provide )+ion

provisional

[prE5vIVEn(E)l] a.
1:

provisionalpro()+vision(n. )+al

provocative

[prE5vRkEtIv] a.
1:

n.

provocativeprovoc(=provoke )+ative

provocation(n. )evocative(a.

546

GRE
)

provoke

[prE5vEJk] v.
1:

provokepro(=forth)+voke(=to call )

2:

provoke.mpg

provoking(a. )evoke(v.
)

prowess

[5praJIs] n.
1:

prowessprow(=prod=proud
)+ess

:
prudent

power(n. )

[5pru:dEnt] a.
1:

prudentprude(n. )+ent

prudery

2:

prudent.mpg

prudence(n. )

[5pru:dErI] n.
1:

pruderyprude(n.
)+ery

prudish

prurient

[`prU:dIF] a.
1:

prudishprude(n. )+ish

prudery(n. )

[5prJErIEnt] a.
1:

prurientprur(=to burn )+ient

prurpurrburrburn

:
psephology

prurience(n. )

[pse5fRlEdVI;(?@)si:f-] n.


1:

547

psephologypsepho(=vote )+logy

psephopsepho

:
pseudonym

ostracize(v. )

[5sju:dEnIm;(?@)5su:-] n.
1:

pseudonympseud()+onym(=name )

:
psychedelic

anonymity(n. )

[saIkI5delIk] a.
1:

n.

psychedelicpsyche()+delic(
)

delicious(a. )delicate(a.
)

psychiatric

[saIkI5AtrIk] a.
1:

psychiatr(=psychiater )+ic

psychiaterpsychia()+ater

psychiapsych()+ia()

psychiatry

[saI5kaIEtrI] n.
1:

psychiatrypsychiatr()+y

psychic

[`psaIkIk] a.
1:

psychicpsych()+ic

psychoanalysis [saIkEJE5nAlIsIs;(?@)sI-] n.
1:

psychoanalysis psycho(

548

GRE
)+analysis(n. )

psychosis

[saI5kEJsIs;(?@)sI-] n.
1:

psychosispsych()+osis()

arteriosclerosis(n. ) neurosis(n.
)

psychotic

[saI5kRtIk;(?@)sI-] a.
1:

n.

psychoticpsychot(=psychosis )+ic

puissance

[5pwi:sB:ns] n.
1:

puissance puiss(=to have power


)+ance

2:

puissancenuisance(n. )

:
pulsate

[pQl5seIt;(?@)5pQlseIt] v. ()
1:

pulverize

pulsatepulse(n. )+ate

[5pQlvEraIz] v.
1:

punctilious

puissant(a. )

pulverizepulver(=powder )+ize

[pQNk5tIlIEs] a.
1:

punctiliouspunct(=point )+ilious

puncture

pungency

[5pQNktFE(r)] n. v.
1:

puncturepunct(=to prick )+ure

punctual(a. )

[`pQndVLnsI] n. ()
1:

pungencypung(=to prick )+ency


pungent

549

[5pQndVEnt] a.
1:

pungentpung()+ent

2:

pungentunguent(n. )

:
purblind

pungency(n. )

[5p\:blaInd] a.
1:

purblindpure( )+blind(a. )

purchase

[5p\:tFEs] v.

n. (

)
1:

purchase pure( )+chase(v. )to


strive to obtain

purebred

[`pjJE`bred] a.
1:

n.

purebredpure(a. )+ bred(vbl. )

lowbred(n. )hybrid(n. a.
)

purge

[p\:dV] v.
1:

purge pure(a. )+ge(=to


make )

purgation(n. )
purgative(a. n. )

puritanical

[pjJErI5tAnIk(E)l] a.
1:

puritanicalpuritan(=Puritan )+ical

Puritanpure(a. )+itan
16

550

GRE

purport

[pE5pC:t] n. () ()

1:

purportpur(=forth)+port(=to carry )

purvey

2:

purportpurpose(n. )

3:

purport ""

[pE5veI] v. () ()
1:

purvey pur(=pro)+vey(=vide) provide

2:

purveysurvey(v. )

:
pyromania

purveyance(n. )

[paIrEJ5meInIE] n.
1:

pyromania pyro( )+mania( )

:
quagmire

pyre(n. )arsonist(n. )

[5kwA^maIE(r)] n. ()
1:

quagmirequag(n. )+mire(n. )

quag ""

quarantine

[5kwRrEnti:n] n. ()

1:

quarantine quarant(=forty )+ine


space of forty days40
40

2:

quarantine.mpg


quartet

querulous

551

[kwC:5tet] n.
1:

quartetquart(=four )+et

duet(n. )

[5kwerJlEs] a.
1:

querulousquerul(=to complain )+ous

querulquarrel(v. )

2:

querulous ""

quiescent

[kwaI5esEnt] a.
1:

quiescent quiet(a. )+escent

quintessence

[kwIn5tesEns] n.
1:

quintessencequint()+essence(n. )

quixotic

[kwIk5sRtIk] a.
1:

quixotic quixot(=Don Quixote


)+ic

quotidian

[kwR5tIdIEn] a.
1:

quotidianquoti(=how many)+di(=day)+an
daily

raconteur

[rAkRn5tE:(r)] n. ()
1:

raconteur racont(=to recount


)+eur

2:

raconteura skillful raconteur()

552

GRE
:

ragged

racontage(n. )

[5rA^Id] a. ()
()
1:

raggedragg(=rag )+ed

2:
ramify

raggedragged edge()

[5rAmIfaI] v. ()
1:

ramifyrami(=ramus=branch )+fy

2:

ramifyfamily(n. )

ramification(n. )ram(n. )
amplify(v. )

rampage

[5rAmpeIdV] v.
1:

n.

rampageramp(v.
)+age

2:

rampagemanager(n. )

:
rampant

epigram(n. )

[5rAmpEnt] a. ()
1:

rampantramp(v. )+ant

rancid

[5rAnsId] a. ()
1:

rancidranc(=rank )+id

2:

ranciddrain(n. )

:
rancor

drink(v. )

[5rANkE(r)] n.


1:

553

rancorranc(=rank )+or

rapacious

2:

rancor.mpg

rancorous(a. )

[rE5peIFEs] a.
1:

rapaciousrap(=to seize )+acious

rapacity(n. )rape(v. )
trap(n. )

rapids

[`rApIdz] n.
1:

rapidrapid(a. )+s

rapport

[rA5pC:(r);(?@)rA5pC:rt] n.
1:

rapport

re(=back)+ap(=ad=toward)+port(=to carry)
to carry back

relationre(=back)+lat(=to bring)+ion

collate(v. )report(v.
)

rapprochement

[rA5prRFmRN] n. ()

1:

rapprochement

re(=again

)+approache(=to approach )+ment

ratiocination

[9rAtICsI`neIFEn,9rAFI-] n.
1:

ratiocinationratiocinate(v.

554

GRE
)+ion
ratiocinateratio(=reason )+cinate

rationale

[rAFE5nB:l;(?@)-5nAl] n.
1:

rationalerational(a. )+e

raucous

ravish

[5rC:kEs] a.
1:

raucousrauc()+ous

2:

raucouscarouse(n. )

hoarse(a. )

[5rAvIF] v.
1:

ravishrave(v. )+ish

ravishing(a. )
ravishment(n. )lavish(v. )
vanish(v. )

rebarbative

[rI`bB:bEtIv] a.
1:

rebarbativere+barb(=beard )+ative
facing beard-to-beard

2:

rebarbative re(=back )+bar(n.


)+bat( )+ive

:
rebate

bizarre(a. )

[5rAbItrI5beIt] n.
1:

rebatere(=back )+bate(=beat )

debate(v. )berate(v. ) beater(n.

555

)
rebuke

[rI5bju:k] n. /v.
1:

rebukere()+buke(=to beat )

2:

rebukeku ""+beer()

rebuttal

[rI`bQtEl] n.
1:

rebuttalrebutt(=rebut )+al
rebutre(=back )+but(=butt )

2:

rebuttalre+buttal ""

recalcitrant

[rI5kAlsItrEnt] a. ()
()
1:

recalcitrant recalcitrate(v.
)+ant
recalcitratere(=back)+calcitrate(=to kick)
to kick back()

calcitratecalc(=heel )+itrate

recalcitrance(n. )
calculate(v. )

recant

[rI5kAnt] v. () (
)
1:

recantre()+cant()

2:

recantrecent(a. )

556

GRE
:

recapitulate

recantation(n. )

[ri:kE5pItjJleIt] v.
1:

recapitulatere()+capitulate(v. )

capitulatecapit(=haed )+ulate

recidivism

reciprocal

[rI`sIdIvIzEm] n. ()
1:

recidivismre(=back)+cid(=to fall)+ivism

2:

recidivist.mpg

[rI5sIprEk(E)l] a.
1:

reciprocal re(=back )+cip(=to take


)+roc(=rock )+al

reciprocate

[rI5sIprEkeIt] v.
1:

reciprocate re(=back )+cip(=to take


)+roc(=rock )+ate

:
recluse

reciprocity(n. )

[rI5klu:s] v. n.
1:

recluse re(=away)+cluse(=to close) to


shut away

recoil

[rI5kCIl] n.
1:

recoilre(=back)+coil(v. )

recompense

[5rekEmpens] v.
1:

recompensere+compensate(v. )

reconcile

[5rekEnsaIl] v.


1:

reconcile

557

re(=again)+con(=together)+cil(=to call)+e
to bring together again
:
recondite

reconciliation(n. )

[5rekEndaIt] a.
1:

recondite re(=away)+cond(=to hide


)+ite

erudite(a. )

reconnaissance [rI5kRnIsEns] n.
1:

reconnaissancere+con+naiss(=to know
)+ance

recreant

[5rekrIEnt] n.
1:

a.

recreantre()+cre(=cred=to believe
)+ant

:
recriminate

miscreant(a. )

[rI5krImIneIt] v.
1:

recriminatere()+crimin()+ate

:
recruit

incriminate(v. )

[rI5kru:t] n.
1:

v.

recruitre()+cru(=to grow )+it

:
recumbent

accrue(v. )

[rI5kQmbEnt] a.
1:

recumbent re(=bacck)+cumb(=to

lie

)+entto lie back


recuperate

[rI5ku:pEreIt] v.
1:

recuperate re( )+cuper(=gain

558

GRE
)+ate
:

recuperative(a.
)

redeem

[rI5di:m] v. ()
1:

redeemred(=back)+eem(=em=to buy)to
buy back

redemption

[rI5dempF(E)n] n. []
1:

redemption

red(=back)+empt(=to

buy)+ionto buy back

redolent

2:

redemption. mpg

preemption(n. )

[5redElEnt] a.
1:

redolentred(=off )+ol(=to smell


)+entgiving off an odour

:
redoubtable

indolent(a. )

[rI5daJtEb(E)l] a.
1:

redoubtablere+doubt(v. )+able

redress

[rI5dres] v.
1:

redressre()+dress(v. )

redundant

[rI5dQndEnt] a.
1:

redundantredund(=redound
)+ant
redoundredo(=red=re)+und(=wave )

redundancy(n. []
)undulate(v. )


referee

refractory

559

[refE5ri:] n. [] ()
1:

refereerefer(v. )+ee

2:

referee.mpg

umpire(n. )

[rI5frAktErI] a. ()
1:

refractoryre+fract(=to break )+ory


()

refrain

[rI5freIn] v.
1:

refrainre+frain(=rein )
()

refrain

[rI5freIn] n. () (
)
1:

refrain re+frain(=fringe=to

break)

breaking into pieces


:
refulgent

infringe(v. )

[rI5fQldVEnt] a.
1:

refulgent re+fulg(=to shine


)+ent

refulgence(n. )effulgent(a.
)

regale

[rI5^eIl] v.
1:

regent

regime

regalere+gale(=joy )

[5ri:dVEnt] n.
1:

regentreg(=to rule )+ent

reagent(n. )

[reI5Vi:m] n.
1:

regimereg(=to rule )+ime

GRE

560

regimen

[5redVImEn] n.
1:

regimenregi(=to rule )+men(pl. )

regiment

[5redVImEnt] n. []

v.

1:

regimentregi()+ment

rehabilitate

2:

regiment.mpg

regimentation(n. )

[ri:hE5bIlIteIt] v. ()
()
1:

rehabilitate reh(=re )+abilit(=ability


)+ate

2:
reimburse

rehabilitate.mpg

[ri:Im5b\:s] v.
1:

reimbursere(=back)+imburse(v.
)
imburseim(=in)+burse(=purse )to
put in moneybag

reincarnate

2:

reimburse.mpg

reimbursement(n. )

[ri:In5kB:nIt] v. ()
1:

reincarnate re+incarnate( )

incarnate in+carn(=flesh )+ate


making flesh


:
rejoin

reincarnation(n. )

[rI5dVCIn] v.
1:

rejoin

561

rejoinre()+join(v. )

[rI5dVCIn] v.
1:

rejoinre()+join(v. )
(
)

:
rejoinder

[rI5dVCIndE(r)] n.
1:

rejuvenate

enjoin(v. )injunction(n. )
rejoinderrejoind(v. )+der

[rI5dVu:vEneIt] v.
1:

rejuvenate re( )+juven(=young


)+ate

:
relapse

juvenile(n. )junior(a. )

[rI5lAps] n. /v.
1:

relapsere()+lapse(v. )

lapsepales(pl. )

:
relegate

elapse(v. )please(v. )

[5relI^eIt] v.
1:

relegatere(=away)+legate(=to send )
to send away
legateleg(n. v. )+ate

:
relent

delegate(n. )degrade(v. )

[rI5lent] v.
1:

relentre+lent(=to bend )

562

GRE

2:

relentrecent()

:
relinquish

relentless(a. )

[rI5lINkwIF] v. ()
1:

relinquishre()+linqu(=link )+ish

:
remediable

delinquency(n. )

[rI5mi:dIEb(E)l] a.
1:

remediableremedi(=remedy )+able
remedy re(=again)+medy(=to heal) to
heal again

:
reminisce

medicine(n. )

[remI5nIs] v.
1:

reminiscere(=back)+minis(=mind)+ceto
call back to mind

:
remiss

reminiscence(n. )

[rI5mIs] a.
1:

remissre()+miss(v. )

:
remission

[rI5mIF(E)n] n.
1:

remit

amiss(a. )
remissionremiss(=remit )+ion

[5ri:mIt] v. ()
1:

remit re(=back)+mit(=to senf) to send


money back home

:
remonstrate

remittance(n. )

[5remEnstreIt(?@)rI5mRnstreIt] v.


1:

563

remonstratere()+monstrate(=to show
)

2:

remonstratedemonstrate(v. )

:
remorse

remonstrance(n. )

[rI5mC:s] n.
1:

remorse re(=again)+mors(=mord=to bite


)+e

remunerate

2:

remorse.mpg

mordant(a. )

[rI5mju:nEreIt] v.
1:

remunerate re(=back)+munerate(=to
give)to give back
muneratemuner(=gift)+ateto give

:
renaissance

remunerative(a. )

[rI5neIs(E)ns] n.
1:

renaissance re(=again )+naiss(=to be


born )+ance

renascent

[rI5nAsEnt] a.
1:

renascent re( )+nasc(=to be born


)+ent

render

[5rendE] v.
1:

render ren(=re=back)+der(=to give) to


give back
surrendersur()+render(v. )

:
renegade

rendering(n. )

[5renI^eId] n. (

GRE

564
)

1:

renegadere+neg(=to deny )+ade

renege

[rI5ni:^] v.
1:

renounce

renegere+neg(=deny )+e

[rI5naJns] v. ()
1:

renounce

re(

)+nounce(=announce )

2:
renunciation

renounce.mpg

[rInQnsI5eIF(E)n] n. ()

1:

renunciationrenunciate(v. )+ion

renunciate renunc(=to renouce


)+iate
renouce re(=away )+announce(v.
)

repatriate

[ri:`pAtrIeIt,-`peI-] v.
1:

repatriatere(=back)+patri(=fatherland
)+ate

:
repeal

expatriate(v. )

[rI5pi:l] v. () ()
1:

repeal re(=back)+peal(=to call) to call


back

:
repel

appeal(v. )

[rI5pel] v.


1:

565

repel re(=back)+pel(=to push) to push


back

:
repent

repellent(a. )

[rI5pent] v. []
1:

repentre+pent(=to be contrite )

2:

repentserpent(n. )

3:

repent.mpg

repentance(n. [] )
repentant(a. []
)relent(v. )

repercussion

[ri:pE5kQF(E)n] n. () (
)
1:

repercussion re(=back)+percussion( )

repertoire

[5repEtwB:(r)] n. (
)
1:

repertoire re( )+pert(=to

bring

)+oire
repine

replenish

[rI5paIn] v. ()
1:

repinere()+pine(=pain )

2:

repineripen(v. )

[rI5plenIF] v.
1:

replenishre()+plen(=full )+ish

:
replete

spleenish(a. )

[rI5pli:t] a.

566

GRE
1:

repletere()+plete(=to fill )

repletion(n. )
deplete(v. )complete(a. )

repository

[rI5pRzItErI;(?@)-tC:rI] n.
1:

repository re(=back)+posit(=to place


)+ory()

repossess

[ri:pE5zes] v.
1:

repossessre(=again )+possess(v. )

reprehend

[reprI5hend] n.
1:

reprehend re(=back)+prehend(=to grasp


) ()

reprehensible

[reprI5hensEb(E)l] a.
1:

reprehensible reprehens(=reprehend
)+ible

reprimand

[5reprImB:nd] n. ()

1:

reprimand re+prim(=prem=press)+and
things to be repressed()

reprieve

[rI5pri:v] n. /v. ()

1:

reprievere(=back)+prieve(=to be taken)

2:
reprisal

reprieve.mpg

[rI5praIz(E)l] n.


1:

567

reprisalre(=back)+pris(=price )+al

:
reproach

apprise(v. )prison(n. )

[rI5prEJtF] v.
1:

reproachre()+proach(=near
)

approach(v. )irreproachable(a.
)

reprobate

[5reprEJbeIt] v.
1:

reprobate re( )+probate(=to approve


)

reprove

[rI5pru:v] v.
1:

reprovere()+prove(v. )

reproof(n. )detest(v.
)

reptilian

[rep`tIlIEn] a.
1:

reptilianreptil(=reptile )+ian

reptilerept(=creep )+ile

repudiate

[rI5pju:dIeIt] v.
1:

repudiatere(=away)+pudi(=to be ashamed
)+ate

repugnant

[rI5pQ^nEnt] a.
1:

repugnantrepugn(v. )+ant

repugnre(=back)+pugn(=to fight )

568

GRE

2:

repugnant u(=you)+pregnant(a. )

:
repulse

repugnance(n. )

[rI5pQls] v.
1:

repulse re(=back)+pulse(=to push) to


push back

:
reputable

repulsive(a. )

[5repjJtEb(E)l] a.
1:

reputablere(=over )+put(=to think


)+able

:
requiem

reputation(n. )

[`rekwIEm,`reI-,`ri:-] n. ()
1:

requiemre+quiem(=quiet )

requite

[rI5kwaIt] v. () ()
1:

requitere(=back)+quite(=to repay )

2:

requitequitter(n. )

:
rescind

requital(n. )

[rI5sInd] v.
1: rescindre(=off)+scind(=to cut)to cut off

reshuffle

[ri:5FQf(E)l] n. /v.
1:

reshufflere+shuffle(v. )


2:
resilience

569

reshufflecabinet reshuffle ()

[rI5zIlIEns] n.
1:

resilienceresili(=resile )+ence
resilere(=bck)+sil(=sal=to jump )+e

:
resonant

silence(n. )salient(a. )

[5rezEnEnt] a.
1:

resonantre(=back )+son()+ant

respite

2:

resonanta resonant wall()

3:

resonant.mpg

resonance(n. )

[5respaIt] n. ()

1:

respite re(=back)+spite(=spise=to look)


looking back

2:

respiteSprite(n. )

:
respondent

spitter(n. )

[rI`spCndEnt] n.
1:

respondentrespond(v. )+ent

respondre(=back)+spond(=to promise)

2:

respondentdespondent(a. )

restitution

[restI5tju:F(E)n;(?@)-5tu:-] n.
1:

restitutionrestitute(v. )+ion

570

GRE
restitutere(=back)+statute(=to place)
2:

restitutiondestitution(n. )

:
resumption

substitute(v. )

[rI5zQmpF(E)n] n. ()
1:

resumption resumpt(=to resume


)+ion
resumere()+sume(=to take up )

:
resurgent

presumption(n. )

[rI5s\:dVEnt] a.
1:

resurgent resurge(v. )+ent

resurge re(=again)+surge(=to rise) to


rise from the dead

:
resurrect

resurgence(n. )

[rezE5rekt] v. ()
1:

resurrect re( )+sur(=sub

)+rect(=to rise)

resuscitate

2:

resurrect.mpg

resurrection(n. )

[rI5sQsIteIt] v.
1:

resuscitate re(=again)+sus(=sub=up from


below)+cit(=to rouse )+ate

:
reticent

incite(v. )recite(v. )

[5retIsEnt] a.

571

1:

reticentre+tic(=to be silent)+ent

2:

reticententice(v. )

:
reticulation

reticence(n. )

[rItIkjJ5leIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

reticulationreticulate(v. )+ion

reticulatereticul()+ate
reticulreti(=net )+cul(=cle )

:
retiring

retiary(a. )

[rI5taIErIN] a.
1:

retiringretire(v. )+ing

retort

[rI`tR:t,`ri:tR:t] v.
1:

retort re(=back)+tort(=to twist ) to


wrist back

2:
retrace

retract

retort.mpg

[rI`treIs] v.
1:

retracere(=back)+trace(v. )

terrace(n. )

[rI5trAkt] v. () ()
1:

retractre(=back)+tract(=to drag )

retribution

[retrI5bju:F(E)n] n. []
1:

retributionre(=back)+tribute()+ion

:
reverie

retributive(a. )

[5revErI] n. () []

572

GRE

1:

reverierever(=to dream )+ie

reverriver(n. )

revitalize

[ri:5vaItElaIz] v.
1:

revitalizere()+vitalize(v. )

vitalizevital(a. )+ize

vitalvit(=life )+al

:
revocable

vitamin(n. )

[5revEkEb(E)l] a.
1:

revocablerevoc(=revoke )+able

revocation

[9revE`keIFLn,rI9vEJ-,9ri:-] n.
1:

revocationrevoc(=revoke )+ation

revoke

[rI5vEJk] v.
1:

revokere(=back)+voke(=to call) to call


back

revolt

[rI5vEJlt] v.
1:

revoltre(=back)+volt(=to roll )

:
rhapsody

revolting(a. )

[5rApsEdI] n. []
1:

rhapsody rhaps(=to stitch


)+ody(=song )verse composition

573

2:

rhapsody rhaps(=raps=rapt

)+ody()
:
rhinestone

rhapsodize(v. )

[5raInstEJn] n. ()
1:

rhinestone

rhine(=Rhine

)+stone(=pebble )
Strasbourg
rhubarb

[5ru:bB:b] n. [ ] (
rhubarb )
1:

rhubarb

rhu(=rude

)+barb(=barbarian )

ribald

[5rIbEld] a. ()
1:

ribaldrib(n. )+ald

:
rigidity

rigorous

[rI`dVIdEtI] n.
1:

rigidityrigid(a. )+ity

frigidity(n. )

[5rI^ErEs] a.
1:

ringlet

bridle(n. )

rigorousrigor(n. )+ous

[5rINlEt] n. ()
1:

ringletring(n. )+let()

ritual

[5rItFJEl] n. ()
1:

ritualritu(=rite )+al

2:

ritualu(=you)+trial(n. )

574

GRE
3:

riveting

ritual.mpg

[5rIvItIN] a.
1:

rivetingrivet(v. )+ing
v.

rivulet

[5rIvjJlIt] n.
1:

rivuletrivu(=river )+let()

rodent

2:

rivuletvirulent(a. )

brook(n. )

[5rEJdEnt] n. /a. ()
1:

rodentrod(=mord=to gnaw )+ent

:
roguish

[5rCJ^IF] a.
1:

rooster

mordant(a. )corrode(v. )
roguishrogue(n. )+ish

[5ru:stE(r)] n.
1:

roosterroost(v. )+er

:
rubicund

roster(n. )

[5ru:bIkQnd] a. ()
1:

rubicundrub(=red )+icund

rubdur( )

:
rucksack

ruddy

ruby(n. )durable(a. )

[5rJksAk] n. ()
1:

rucksackruck(=back)+sack(=bag)

haversack(n. )

[5rQdI] a.

575

1:

ruddyrudd(=red colour)+y

pallid(a. )wan(a.
)

rudiment

[`rU:dImEnt] n.
1:

rudiment rudi(=rude
)+ment

rueful

2:

rudiment ""

rudimentary(a. )

[ru:fJl] a.
1:

ruffian

ruefulrue(n. )+ful

[5rQfIEn] n.
1:

a.

ruffianruff(=rough )+ian

rusticate

[5rQstIkeIt] v.
1:

rusticaterustic(a. )+ate

rustle

[5rQs(E)l] v.
1:

n.

rustlerush(v. )+hustle(v.
)

rustler

[5rQs(E)lE(r)] n.
1:

rustlerrustle(v. )+er

2:

rustlerrustle(v. )+er

sacrament

[5sAkrEmEnt] n. ()
1:

sacramentsacra(=holy )+ment

sacrosanct

[5sAkrEJsANkt] a.
1:

sacrosanct

sacro(=holy

576

GRE
)+sanct(=holy )holy of the holy

saggy

salacious

[5sA^I] a.
1:

saggysagg(=sag )+y

2:

saggy.mpg

soggy(a. )

[sE5leIFEs] a.
1:

salacioussal()+acious
salsale(v. )

saliferous

[sE5lIfErEs] a. [] ()
1:

saliferoussal(=salt )+i+fer(=to bear


)+ous

salvage

[5sAlvIdV] v. () (
)

salvation

sanction

1:

salvagesalve(=to save )+age

2:

salvagesavage(a. )

[sAl5veIF(E)n] n.
1:

salvationsalv(=to save )+ation

2:

salvationSalvation Army()

3:

salvation. mpg

[5sANkF(E)n] n.
1:

sanctionsanct()+ion

sanctum

[5sANktEm] n.
1:

sanguine

sanctumsanct()+um

[5sAN^wIn] a.
1:

sanguinesangu(=blood )+ine

577

sanguinary(a. )
consanguinity(n. )haemostat(n.
,)

sapless

sapling

[`sAplIs] a.
1:

saplesssap()+less

hapless(a. )samples(n. )

[5sAplIN] n.
1:

saplingsap(n. )+ling()

2:

saplingpalings(n. )

sarcastic

[sB:5kAztIk] a.
1:

sarcasticsarc(=flesh )+astic

2:
satanic

[sE5tAnIk] a.
1:

sawdust

sarcscar(n. )
satanicsatan(=Satan )+ic

[5sC:dQst] n.
1:

sawdustsaw(n. )+dust(n.
)
sawwas(vbl. )

scabrous

[5skeIbrEs;(?@)5skAbrEs] a.
1:

scabrousscabr(=scab )+ous
()

scathing

[5skeITIN] a.
1:

scathingscathe(v. )+ing

2:

scathingcatching(a. )

578
scenario

GRE
[sI5nB:rIEJ] n. ()
1:

scenario scene(n. )+ario

scintillate

[5sIntIleIt] v. ()
1:

scintillatescintill(=spark )+ate

scintillating(a. )scintillation(n.
)

scorching

[`skR:tFIN] a.
1:

scorchingscorch(v. )+ing

2:
scoundrel

scorching.mpg

[5skaJndr(E)l] n.
1:

scoundrelscound(=abscond )+rel()

scramble

[5skrAmb(E)l] v. ()
1:

scrambleascend(v. )+ramble(v.
)

scribble

[5skrIb(E)l] n.
1:

scribblescribb(=scribe=to write )+le

scripture

[skrIptFE(r)] n. ()
1:

scripture script(=scribe=to write)+ure


written material

2:
scrupulous

scripture.mpg

[5skru:pjJlEs] a.
1:

scrupulousscrupul(=sruple )+ous


scrutinize

579

[5skru:tInaIz;(?@)-tEnaIz]
1:

scrutinizescrutin(=to examine )+ize

scrutinscrut(=rubbish )+in

seamstress

[5semstrIs] n.
1:

seamstress seamstr(=seamster

)+ess()
seamsterseam(v. )+ster()

seamy

[5si:mI] a.
1:

seamyseam(n. )+y

2:
sectarian

sedative

seamy "see me"

[sek5teErIEn] a.
1:

sectariansect(n. )+arian

clannish(a. )

[5sedEtIv] n.
1:

a.

sedativesedate(=to calm )+ive

sedatesed(=to sit )+ate

2:
sedentary

[5sedEntErI] a.
1:

sediment

sedative.mpg
sedentarysed(=to sit )+entary

[5sedImEnt] n.
1:

sedimentsed(=to sitsettle )+iment

580

GRE
:

()

sedition

[sI5dIF(E)n] n.
1:

seditionsed(=apart)+it(=to go)+iongoing
apart

2:

seditionedition(n. )

seductive

[sI5dQktIv] a. ()
1:

seductiveseduct(=seduce )+ive

sedulous

[5sedjJlEs;(?@)5sedVJlEs] a.
1:

sedulousse(=apart)+dulous(=trickery )
without guile()

seismic

[5saIzmIk] a. []
1:

seminal

seismicseism(n. )+ic

[`semInEl] a. []
1:

seminalsemin(=semen )+al
semense(=apart )+men(pl. )

sequacious

[sI`kweIFEs] a.
1:

sequacioussequ(=to follow )+acious

:
sequester

loquacious(a. )

[sI5kwestE(r)] v.
1:

sequestersequ(=to follow )+ester

2:
sequestrate

sequesterrequest(v. )

[sI5kwestreIt] v. [] ()


1:

581

sequestrate=sequester sequ(=to follow


)+ester

seraphic

[se`rAfIk,sE-] a.
1:

seraphicseraph(n.
)+ic

2:
serenade

seraphicgraphic(n. )

[serE5neId] n.
1:

serenadeserene(a. )+ade
serene.mpg

sermonize

[5s\:mEnaIz] v.
1:

sermonizesermon(n. )+ize
sermonserve+monkserve as a monk

serried

[`serId] a. ()
1:

serriedserri(=serry )+ed
serryserr(=to crowd )+y

severance

[5sevErEns] n.
1:

servile

sextant

shabby

severancesever(v. )+ance

[5s\:vaIl;(?@)5servl] a.
1:

servileserv(=slave )+ile

sliver(n. )revile(v. )

[5sekstEnt] n. ()
1:

extantsext(=sixth )+ant

extant(a. )

[5FAbI] a.
1:

shabbyshabb(=shab=scab )+y

scabby(a. )

582
shears

GRE
[FIEz] n.
1:

sheriff

shearsshear(v. )+s

[5FerIf] n.
1:

sheriffshire(n. )+reeve(n.
)

2:
shiftless

sheriff.mpg

[5FIftlIs] a.
1:

shiftlessshift(n. )+less

shrewd

[Fru:d] a.
1:

shrewdshrew(n. )+d

shunt

2:

shrewd "she rude"

3:

shrewd.mpg

[FQnt] v. ()
1:

shuntshun(v. )+t

sibling

[5sIblIN] n.
1:

sibylline

siblingsib(n. )+ling

[5sIbIlaIn] a.
1:

sibyllinesibyll(=sibyl )+ine

2:

sibylline say(v. )+by(prep.


)+line(n. )() (
)

sifter

[5sIftE] n.
1:

siftersift(v. )+er

2:

sifterstrife(n. )

583

sinuous

[5sInjJEs] a.
1:

sinuoussinu(=cuve )+ous

:
sizzler

insinuate(v. )

[`sIzlE(r)] n.
1:

sizzlersizzle(v. )+er

skinflint

[5skInflInt] n.
1:

skinflint skin(n.

v.

)+flint(n. )one who would skin a


flint for gain or economy

skittish

[5skItIF] a. ()
1:

skittishskitt(=skit )+ish

skulduggery

[skQl5dQ^ErI] n.
1:

skulduggery

skul(=skull

)+dugg(=dug=dig )+ery

slapdash

[5slApdAF] a. /ad. () ()
1:

slapdashslap(v. )+dash(v. )

sleazy

sledgehammer

[5sli:zI] a.
1:

sleazysleaze(n. )+y

2:

sleazy.mpg

[5sledVhAmE(r)] n. ()
1:

sledgehammersledge(n. )+hammer(n.

584

GRE
)

slipshod

[5slIpFRd] a.
1:

slipshodslip(v. )+shod(a. )

:
sloppy

slipper(n. )

[5slRpI] a.
1:

sloppyslopp(=slop )+y

2:
smutty

snappy

sloppy.mpg

[5smQtI] a.
1:

smuttysmutt(=smut )+y

2:

smutty.mpg

[5snApI] a.
1:

snappysnapp(=snap )+y

snuggle

[5snQ^(E)l] v.
1:

snugglesnugg(=snug )+le

2:

snugglesmuggle(v. )

solace

[5sRlEs] n.
1:

solacesol()+ace

2:

solaceso(conj. )+lace(n. )

solemnity

[sE5lemnItI] n.
1:

solemnitysolemn(a. )+ity
solemnlemon(n. )

solicit

[sE5lIsIt] v.


1:

585

solicitsoli(=whole )+cit(=to exite


)

solicitation(n. )solicitous(a.
)

soliloquy

[sE5lIlEkwI] n.
1:

soliloquysoli()+loquy(=to
pseak)

solitary

solvent

[5sRlItErI] a. n.
1:

solitarysol()+itary

solitude(n. )

[5sRlvEnt] a.
1:

n.

solventsolve(v. )+ent

2:

solventsloven(n. )

solvency(n. )novels(n.
)shovel(n. )

somnolent

[5sRmnElEnt] a.
1:

somnolentsomn(=sleep )+olent

somn Somnus

:
sonata

[sE5nB:tE] n. []
1:

sonorous

hypnotic(a. )
sonatason(=sound )+ata

[sE5nC:rEs,5sRnErEs] a.
1:

sonoroussonor()+ous

sonority(n. )

586
soprano

GRE
[sE5prB:nEJ;(?@)sE5prAnEJ] n.
1:

soprano sopr(=super=above
)+ano

souvenir

[su:vE5nIE(r);(?@)5su:vEnIEr] n.
1:

souvenir

sou(=sub=up

to)+ven(=to

come)+ir something coming up to ones


mind
2:
sovereign

souvenir.mpg

[5sRvrIn] n.
1:

sovereign

sover(=super=above)+reign(=king
)
:
spangle

sovereignty(n. )

[5spAN^(E)l] n. ()
() v.
1:

spangle spang(n.

v.

)+le()

spang
:
spanking

bang(v. )

[5spANkIN] a.
1:

spankingspank(v. )+ing

sparkle

spasmodic

[5spB:k(E)l] v. ()
1:

sparklespark(n. )+le

2:

sparkle.mpg

[spAz5mRdIk] a.
1:

spasmodicspasm(v. )+odic


spatchcock

587

[`spAtFkCk] v. () ()
1:

spatchcockspatch(patch )+cock(n.
)

spatula

[5spAtjJlE] n. ()

1:

spatula spat(=flat )+ula flat


wooden implement

:
specious

spade(n. )

[5spi:FEs] a.
1:

speciousspec(=a look )+ious

2:

speciousprecious(a. )

speciosity(n.
)spacious(a. )

speculate

[5spekjJleIt] v.
1:

speculatespec(=to look at )+ulate

2:

speculatepeculate(v. )
()

spendthrift

3:

speculate.mpg

speculation(n. )

[5spendWrIft] n.
1:

v.

spendthrift spend(n. )+thrift(=to


prosper )

spindly

[5spIndlI] a.
1:

spindlyspindle(n. )+y

588

GRE

spineless

[5spaInlIs] a.
1:

spinelessspine(n. )+less

spinster

[5spInstE(r)] n. []
1:

spinsterspin(v. )+ster

spiny

[5spaInI] a.
1:

spiral

spinyspine(n. )+y

[5spaIEr(E)l] n. []
1:

spiralspire(n. )+al
spirepiers(pl. )

splashy

[`splAFI] a.
1:

splashy splash(n.
)+y

spleenish

splenetic

[5spli:nIF] a.
1:

spleenishspleen(n. )+ish

replenish(v. )

[splI5netIk] a.
1:

splinter

spongy

[5splIntE(r)] n. ()
1:

splintersplint(=split )+er

2:

splinter.mpg

[5spQndVI] a.
1:

spontaneous

spleneticsplene(=spleen )+tic

spongysponge(n. )+y

[spRn5teInIEs] a.
1:

spontaneousspont()+aneous

2:

spontaneous.mpg


:
sprightly

589

spontaneity(n. )

[5spraItlI] a.
1:

sprightlyspright(=spring )+ly

sprinkler

[5sprINklE(r)] n.
1:

sprinklersprinkle(v. )+er
sprinklesparkle(n. )

sprinkling

[5sprINklIN] n. ()
1:

sprinklingsprinkle(v. )+ing

spurious

[5spjJErIEs] a.
1:

staccato

spuriousspuri(=false )+ous

[stE5kB:tEJ] n.
1:

staccatostacc(=to detach )+ato

2:

staccatostac(cast )+cato(coat
)

staggering

[5stA^ErIN] a.
1:

stagnant

staggeringstagger(v. )

[5stA^nEnt] a. ()
1:

stagnantstagn(=standing water )+ant

stagy

[5steIdVI] a.
1:

stagystage()+y

stalemate

[5steIlmeIt] n.
1:

stalemate

stale(=motionless

)+mate(=checkmate )

590

GRE

stalwart

impasse(n. )

[5stC:lwEt] a.
1:

stalwartstal(=support )+wart(=worth
)

:
stanch

[stB:tF;(?@)stAntF] v.
1:

stanchstan(=to standhalt )+ch

stanza

2:

stanchsnatch(v. )

haemostat(n. ,)

[5stAnzE] n. ()
1:

stanzastan(=to stand )+za

:
starchy

bonanza(n. )

[5stB:tFI] a.
1:

starchystarch(n. )+y

2:

starchystarch(n. )+y

star-crossed

[5stB:(r)5krCst]a.
1:

star-crossed star(n. )+cross(n.


)+ed

:
stationery

disaster(n. )

[5steIFEnErI] n.
1:

stationerystationer(n. )+y
stationerstationary seller

statutory

[5stAtjJtErI] a.


1:
stentorian

591

statutorystatute(n. )+ory

[sten5tC:rIEn] a. ()
1:

stentorian stentor(n. )+ian

stentorStentor(n.

50 )

stereotype

[5sterIEJtaIp,5stIE-] n.
1:

stereotype stereo(n. )+type(n. )

:
sterile

[5steraIl] a.
1:

sterilester()+ile
sterrest(v. )

sterilize(v. )fertile(a.
)

stethoscope

[5steWEskEJp] n.
1:

stethoscopestetho(=breast )+scope(
)
stethostretch(v. )

2:
stipple

stipulation

[5stIp(E)l] v. () ()
1:

stipplestipp(=stip=point )+le

topple()split()epistle(n. )

[stIpjJ5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

stockade

stethoscope.mpg

stipulationstipulate(v. )+ion

[stR5keId] n. ()
1:

stockadestock(n. )+ade

592
stodgy

GRE
[5stRdVI] a. ()
1:

stodgystodge(n. )+y

stodgestuff(n. )+podge(a.
)

stoicism

[5stEJIsIzEm] n.
1:

strenuous

stoicismstoic(n. )+ism

[5strenjJEs] a.
1:

strenuous stren(=strength
)+uous

striated

[straI5eItId] a.
1:

striatedstriate(v. )+ed

stricture

[5strIktFE(r)] n.
1:

stripling

stricturestrict(a. )+ure

[5strIplIN] n.
1:

striplingstrip(=stirp )+ling()

:
stuffy

sapling(n. )

[5stQfI] a. ()
1:

stuffystuff(v. )+y

2:
stunning

stuffy.mpg

[5stQnIN] a.
1:

stunningstunn(=stun )+ing

2:

stunning.mpg


stuntman

593

[5stQntmAn] n.
1:

stuntmanstunt(n. )+man(n. )

2:
subdue

stuntman. mpg

[sEb5dju:;(?@)-du:] v.
1:

subduesub()+due(=duce=to lead )

:
subjugate

endue(v. )

[5sQbdVJ^eIt] v.
1:

subjugatesub()+jug(=yoke )+ate

sublimate

[5sQblImeIt] v.
1:

sublimate sublime(a. )+ate

subliminal

[sQb5lImIn(E)l] a.
1:

subliminal

sub(

)+limin(=limen=threshold )+al

submerge

[sEb5m\:dV] v.
1:

submergesub()+merge(v. )

submission

[sEb5mIF(E)n] n.
1:

submissionsubmiss(=submit )+ion
submit sub(=under)+mit(=to send) to
place under

submissive

[sEb5mIsIv] a.
1:

submissive submiss(=submit )+ive

GRE

594
subordinate

[sE5bC:dInEt] a.
1:

n.

subordinate sub( )+ord(=order


)+inate

insubordinate(a.
)

subpoena

[sEb5pi:nE] n.
1:

v.

subpoenasub()+poen(=pen )+a

2:
subscribe

subpoena. mpg

[sEb5skraIb] v. () (
)
1:

subscribesub()+scribe()

subservient

[sEb5s\:vIEnt] a.
1:

subservient sub( )+serve(v.


)+ient

subside

[sEb5saId] v.
1:

subside sub(=down)+side(=to settle) to


settle down

2:
subsidiary

subside.mpg

[sEb`sIdIErI] a.
1:

subsidiary sub( )+sid(=to sit


)+iary

subsidy

[5sQbsIdI] n.
1:

subsidysub()+sid(v. )+y
()

substantive

[5sQbstEntIv] a.
1:

substantivesubstant(=substance )+ive

595

substratum

[5sQbstrB:tEm,-streI-] n. []
1:

substratum sub()+strat()+um

subsume

[sEb5sju:m] v.
1:

subsumesub()+sume(=to take )

subterfuge

[5sQbtEfju:dV] n.
1:

subterfuge subter( )+fuge(=to


flee )

subterranean

[sQbtE5reInIEn] a.
1:

subterranean sub( )+terrane(n.


)+an

succumb

[sE5kQm] v.
1:

succumbsuc(=sub )+cumb(=to lie


)

2:

succumbsuc(=sub )+cumb(=to lie


)

suffocate

[5sQfEkeIt] v.
1:

suffocatesuf(=sub )+foc()+ate

foccofcough(n. )

sulfate

2:

suffocate.mpg

throttle(v. )

[5sQlfeIt] n. []
1:

sulfatesulf()+ate()

sulfur(=sulphur

n. )

596
supercilious

GRE
[9sjU:pE`sIlIEs] a.
1:

supercilious super( )+cili(=eyelid


)+ous

superlative

[su:5p\:lEtIv,sju:-] a.
1:

superlative super(=byond)+lat(=fer=to
carry)+ivecarrying beyond

supplicate

[5sQplIkeIt] v.
1:

supplicate sup(=sub )+plic(=to


bendkneel )+ate

surfeit

[5s\:fIt] vi.
1:

surfeitsur()+feit(=to do)overdo

:
surmount

forfeit(v. )

[sE5maJnt] v.
1:

surmountsur(=over )+mount(=to climb


)

surrogate

[5sQrE^Et] n.
1:

surrogatesur(=sub)+rog(=to ask for)+ate

:
susceptible

prerogative(n. )

[sE5septIb(E)l] a.
1:

susceptiblesus(=sub)+cept(=to take
)+ible

syncopate

[5sINkEpeIt] v.
1:

syncopatesyn()+cop(=chop=cut

597

)+ate ()

sycophant(n. )apostrophe(n.
(') )
ellipsis(n. )omission(n.
)

synopsis

[sI`nCpsIs] n. ()
1:

synopsissyn(=together )+ops(=opt
)+is

:
tactile

synoptic(a. )hypnosis(n. )

[5tAktaIl] a. ()
1:

tactiletact(=to touch )+ile

2:

tactilelattice(n. )

contact(v. )intact(a. )
tangible(a. )textile(n. )

tadpole

[5tAdpEJl] n.
1:

tadpoletad(=toad )+pole(=poll=head
)

tangent

[5tAndVEnt] n.
1:

a.

tangenttang(=to touch )+ent


touching line

2:

tangentantigen(n. )

:
tangible

tangible(a. )

[5tAndVIb(E)l] a.
1:

tangibletang(=touch)+ible

intangible(a. )triangle(n.

598

GRE
)

tantamount

[5tAntEmaJnt] a.
1:

tantamount

tant(=so

much

)+amount(n. )
:
tarpaulin

paramount(a. )

[tB:5pC:lIn] n.
1:

tarpaulin tar(n. )+paul(=pall


)+in(=ing)

tartar

[5tB:tE(r)] n. [] []
1:

tartartart(a. )+ar()

tartrate

2:

tartartar(n. )+tar(n. )

3:

tartar ""

molar(n. )mortar(n. )

[`tB:treIt] n. [] ()
1:

tartratetartr(=tartar )+ate()

ate

ABC
Neverthelessnothing
to be afraid ofafter experienced several
instancesthis will be embedded into your
mind firmly.

:
tautological

sulfate(n. )acetate(n. )

[tC:tE5lRdVIk(E)l] n.
1:

tautologicaltautology(n. )+ical


tautology

599

[tC:5tRlEdVI] n.
1:

tautologytauto(=the same )+logy

tauto auto()

taxonomy

[tAk5sRnEmI] n. ()

1:

taxonomytax()+onomy()

tedious

[5ti:dIEs] a.
1:

tedioustedi(=to weary )+ous

teditide(n. )

2:

tediousoutside(a. )

temerity

3:

tedious.mpg

tedium(n. )hideous(a. )

[tI5merItI] n.
1:

temeritytemer()+ity
temertimer(n. )

entirety(n. ) merit(n. )
timorous(a. )

tenable

[5tenEb(E)l] a.
1:

tenableten(=hold )+able

:
tenacious

notable(a. )enable(v. )

[tI5neIFEs] a.
1:

tenaciousten(=hold )+acious

600

GRE

tendentious

tenacity(n. )

[ten5denFEs] a.
1:

tendentioustendent(n. )+ious

terminable

[5t\:mInEb(E)l] a.
1:

terminabletermin(=limitboundary
)+able

terminus(n. )terminate (v.


)

terminology

[t\:mI5nRlEdVI] n.
1:

terminologytermin(=term )+ology(
)

terpsichorean

[9t\:psIkE`ri:En,-`kR:rIEn] a.
1:

terpsichorean Terpsichore(n.
)+an

terrace

[5terEs] n.
1:

terrace terr(=earth )+ace pile of


earth

terrain

2:

terracetrace(n. )

retrace(v. )

[te5reIn] n.
1:

terrainterr()+ain

2:

terrainretrain(v. )

terrapin(n. )


terrapin

601

[5terEpIn] n. [] ()
1:

terrapinterra(=earth )+pin(n. )

terrestrial

[tI5restrIEl] a.
1:

terrestrial terrestri(=terr=earth )+al

testify

[5testIfaI] v.
1:

testimony

testifytesti(=witness )+fy

[5testImEnI] n. ()
1:

testimonytesti(=witness )+mony

:
theism

theocracy

testimonial(n. )

[5Wi:Iz(E)m] n. ()
1:

theismthe()+ism()

atheism(n. )

[WI5RkrEsI] n.
1:

theocracythe()+ocracy()

theology

[WI5RlEdVI] n.
1:

threadbare

theologythe()+ology

[5WredbeE(r)] a. () ()

1:

threadbarethread(n. )+bare(v.
)

throttle

[5WrRt(E)l] v.
1:

throttlethrott(=throat )+le

suffocate(v. )

602
timorous

GRE
[5tImErEs] a.
1:

timoroustimor(=fear )+ous
timortimer(n. )

timid(a. ) intimidate(v. )
temerity(n. )

tornado

[tC:5neIdEJ] n. []
1:

torpid

tornadotorn(=turn )+ado

[5tC:pId] a.
1:

torpidtorp(=numb )+id
torpport(n. )

:
torque

torrid

torpor(n. )

[tC:k] n.
1:

torque=tort(=twist )

2:

torquetroupe(n. )

torsion(n. )

[5tRrId;(?@)5tC:r-] a.
1:

torridtorr(=to scorch )+id

torr ""

tortuous

[5tC:tjJEs] a.
1:

tourniquet

tortuoustort(=twist )+uous

[5tJEnIket;(?@)5t\:rnIkEt] n.
1:

tourniquet tourni(=turn)+quet device


that operates by turning

:
toxic

bouquet(n. )

[5tRksIk] a.
1:

toxictox()+ic

toxic gas()


toxin

[5tRksIn] n. [] []
1:

trammel

603

toxintox()+in()

[5trAm(E)l] n. /v.
1:

trammel tra(=tri=three)+mmel(=mesh
)three-mesh net

transmogrify

[trAns5mR^rIfaI,trB:-] v.
1:

transmogrify trans(
)+mogr(=morph=form )+ify

traverse

[5trAv\:s] v.
1:

traversetra(=trans=aross )+verse(=to
turn )

2:

traverseaverse(a. )

travesty

[5trAvIstI] n. /v. ()
1:

travestytra(=trans)+vest(=to clothe
)+y

treacherous

[5tretFErEs] a.
1:

treacherous treacher(=cheater )+ous

trenchant

[5trentFEnt] a.
1:

trenchanttrench(=to cut )+antcutting

tribulation

[trIbjJ5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

tribulationtribulat(=oppress )+ion

tribunal

[traI5bju:n(E)l] n.
1:

tribunaltribun(=tribune )+al

GRE

604

troglodyte

[5trR^lEdaIt] n.
1:

troglodyte troglo(=cave )+dyte(=to


enter )

2:
tumid

turquoise

trog.mpg

[5tju:mId(?@)5tu:-] a.
1:

tumidtum()+id

tumor()humid(a. )

[5t\:kwCIz-kwB:z] n. []

a.

1:

turquoise turqu(=Turk )+oise


Turkish stone

tutelary

[5tju:tIlErI] a.
1:

tutelarytutel(=tuit=tut=to watch over


)+ary

2:

tutelaryutterly(adv. )

tutelage(n. )tutor(n.
)

ubiquitous

[ju:5bIkwItEs] a.
1:

ubiquitousubi(=where)+quit(=any)+ous
everywhere

ultramundane

[9QltrE`mQndeIn] a.
1:

ultramundane

ultra(

)+mund(=world )+ane
:
umbrage

mondial(a. )

[5QmbrIdV] n.
1:

umbrage umbra(=shade shadow

605

)+agerelating to shade

adumbrate(v. ) umbrella(n. )
penumbra(n. )

unabashed

[9QnE`bAFt] a.
1:

unabashed un+abash(v. )+ed

:
unadvised

coy(a. )

[QnEd5vaIzd] a.
1:

unadvised un+advised(a. )

advised.mpg

unctuous

[5QNktjJEs] a.
1:

undaunted

unctuousunct()+uous

[Qn5dC:ntId] a.
1:

undauntedun+daunt(v. )+ed

:
unguent

dauntless(a. )

[5QN^wEnt] n.
1:

unguentungu(=to anoint )+ent

2:

unguentpungent(a. )

uninitiated

[QnI5nIFIeItId] a.
1:

uninitiatedun()+initiate(v. )+ed

unkempt

[Qn5kempt] a.
1:

unkemptun+kempt(a. )

606

GRE

unobtrusive

[QnEb5tru:sIv] a.
1:

unobtrusiveun+obtrusive(a. )

obtrusiveob+trus(=thrust )+ive

unprovoked

[QnprE5vEJkt] a.
1:

unprovokedun+provoke(v. )+ed

unscrupulous

[Qn5skru:pjJlEs] a.
1:

unscrupulous un( )+scrupulous(a.


)

unseemly

[Qn5si:mlI] a.
1:

unseemlyun+seemly(a. )

untoward

[QntE5wC:d;(?@)Qn5tC:rd] a.
1:

untowardun()+toward(prep.
)

upholstery

[Qp5hEJlstErI] n.
1:

upholsteryup+holster(n. )+y
()

upswing

[5QpswIN] n.
1:

upswingup+swing(v. )

usury

[`jU:VJrI-VLrI] n.
1:

usuryus(=use )+ury


2:

607

usuryusually(adv. )
?

:
uxorious

vagabond

usurious(a. )

[Qk5sC:rIEs] a.
1:

uxoriousuxori(=wife)+ous

2:

uxoriouscurious(a. )

[5vA^EbRnd] a. n.
1:

vagabond vagab(=vag=wander
)+ond

vagary

[5veI^ErI] n.
1:

vagaryvag(=to wander )+ary

vainglorious

[9veIn`^lR:rIEs] a.
1:

vainglorious

vain(a.

)+glori(=glory )+ous
valetudinarian

[vAlItju:dI5neErIEn] a. /n. ()

()
1:

valetudinarianvaletud(=state of health
sickness )+inarian
valetudvale(=to be strong)+tud

:
valour

ambivalent(a. )

[5vAlE] n.
1:

valourval(=to be strong )+our

2:

valourflavour(n. )

:
vamp

valiant(a. )

[vAmp] n.

608

GRE
1:

vampvam(=van=avnt )+p(=ped
)

avant-garde(n. )quadruped(n.
)

vandalize

[5vAndElaIz] v. ()
1:

vandalizevandal(n.
)+ize

2:
vegetate

vandalize.mpg

[5vedVIteIt] v.
1:

vegetateveget(=lively )+ate

:
venal

vegetable(n. )

[5vi:n(E)l] a.
1:

venalven(=vend=to sale )+al

2:

venalvenial(a. )

navel(n. )nerval(a. )
vernal(a. )leaven(n. )

vendetta

[ven5detE] n.
1:

vendor

[5vendE(r),-dC:(r)] n. ()
1:

venerate

venial

vendettavendett(=vindict )+a
vendorvend(=to sell )+or

[5venEreIt] v.
1:

veneratevener(=venus=love )+ate

enervate(v. )

[5vi:nIEl] a. ()
1:

venialvenia(=forgiveness )+al

609

2:

venialvenal(a. )

Venus(n. )aliens(n. )alive(a.


)anvil(n. )genial(a. )

veracious

[vE5reIFEs] a.
1:

veraciousver(=true )+acious

veracity(n. )voracious(a.
)

verdant

[5v\:dEnt] a.
1:

verdict

verdigris

verdantverd()+ant

[5v\:dIkt] n.
1:

verdictver()+dict()

divert(v. )

[5v\:dI^rIs,5v\:dI^ri:s] n.
1:

verdigris verdi(=green)+gris(=Greece)
green of Greece

vernacular

[vE5nAkjJlE(r)] a.
1:

vernacularvern()+acular
vernvery near

vernal

[5v\:n(E)l] a.
1:

vernalver(=spring )+nal

2:

vernalvenal(a. )

:
vertebrate

verbal(n. )

[5v\:tIbreIt,-brEt] n.
1:

vertebratevertebra(n. )+ate

610

GRE

vertebravert(=to turn )+ebra(=bone


)
:

algebra(n. )invertebrate(n.
)

vertex

[5v\:teks] n.
1:

vertexvert(=to turn )+ex

2:

vertexexert(v. )

vesture

[5vestFE(r)] n.
1:

vesturevest(n. )+ure

vestment(n. )venture(n. /v.


)

viable

[5vaIEb(E)l] a.
1:

viablevi(=life )+able

2:

viablelivable(a. )

vivid(a. )survive(v.
)

viaduct

[5vaIEdQkt] n.
1:

viaductvia(=way )+duct(=bring )

:
vicinity

[vI5sInItI] n.
1:

vicious

aqueduct(n. )
vicinityvicin()+ity

[5vIFEs] a.
1:

viciousvice(n. )+ious

vicissitude

2:

vicious.mpg

viscous(a. )

611

[vI`sIsItjU:d] n.
1:

vicissitudevic(=vice=change )+issitude

:
vignette

vice versa()

[vi:n5jet] n.
1:

vignettevign(=vine )+ette()

vintner

[5vIntnE(r)] n.
1:

vintnervint()+ner()
nerren ""

virile

2:

vintnerwinter(n. )

vintage(n. )partner(n. )

[5vIraIl] a.
1:

virilevir()+ile

2:

virilerevile(v. )

virulent

3:

virility.mpg

virility(n. )liver(n. )

[5vIrJlEnt] a.
1:

virulentviru(=vir )+lent
virusvir()+us

viscous

2:

virulentrivulet(n. )

violent(a. )

[5vIskEs] a.
1:

viscousvisc(=birdlime )+ous

612

GRE
:

viscid(a. )vicious(a.
)

vitiate

[5vIFIeIt] n.
1:

vitiateviti(=vicefault )+ate

vitriolic

[vItrI5RlIk] n.
1:

vituperate

vitriolicvitriol()+ic

[vI5tju:pEreIt;(?@)vaI5tu:-] n.
1:

vituperate vitu(=vice

fault

)+perate(=to preparemake)

vivacious

[vI5veIFEs] n.
1:

vivaciousviv(=to live )+acious

:
vociferate

vivid(a. )

[vE5sIfEreIt;(?@)vEJ-] n.
1:

vociferatevoci(=voice )+fer(=to bear


carry )+ate

:
volubility

vociferous(a. )

[7vClju:5bIlItI] n.
1:

volubilityvolubil(=voluble )+ity

volublevol(=to roll )+uble

voluptuous

[vE5lQptJEs] n.
1:

voluptuousvoluptu(=pleasure )+ous

voluptuary(n. )


voracious

613

[vE5reIFEs] a.
1:

voraciousvor(=to eat )+acious

voracity(n. )vicarious(a.
)veracious(a. )

votary

vortex

[5vEJtErI] n. ()
1:

votaryvot(=vow )+ary

devote(v. )

[5vC:teks] n.
1:

vortexvort(=vert )+ex

2:

vortexexhort(v. )

vertex(n. ) eddy(n. )
maelstrom(n. )

voyeur

[vwB:5j\:(r)] n. <>
1:

voyeurvoy(=to see )+eur

vulpine

[5vQlpaIn] a.
1:

vulpinevulp()+ine
vulppulver( )

:
vying

wreckage

lupine(a. )

[5vaIIN] a.
1:

vyingvie(v. )+ing

2:

vyingdying(a. )

[5rekIdV] n.
1:

wreckagewreck(n. )+age

wrench

[rentF] n.
1:

v.

wrenchwr()+ench

614

GRE
:

yielding

wrestle(v. )wriggle(v. )

[5ji:ldIN] a.
1:

yieldingyield(v. )+ing
yieldfield(n. )
()

615

abscond

[Ab5skRnd] v.
1:

abscondab(=away )+scond(=to hide


)
scondsecond(num. )

2:

abscond I(pron. )

1: depart(v. )leave(v. )
2: ensconce(v. )scoundrel(n. )
abstemious

[Ab5sti:mIEs] a.
1:

abstemiousabs()+tem()+ious

temmet(vbl. )

2:

abstemious me

acclivity

[E5klIvItI] n. []
1:

acclivityac+cliv(=rising ground )+ity

616

GRE

cliv live
:

declivity(n. )proclivity(n.
)

accomplice

[E5kQmplIs] n. ,
1:

accompliceac+complice(n. )
complice com(=together)+plic(=to fold)+e
to fold together

2:
accouter

accomplice.mpg

[E`kU:tE(r)] v.
1:

accouterac(=ad)+couter()
coutercounter(n. )

:
accrue

accoutrements(n. )

[E5kru:] v. () (
)
1:

accrueac+crue(=to grow )

cruecure(v. )

:
acerbity

recruit(v. )cruel(a. )

[E5s\:bItI] n.
1:

acerbityacerb(=bitter )+ity
acerbbrace(v. )

acerbic(a. )exacerbate(v.
)

adept

[E5dept] n.
1:

a.

adeptad+ept()
eptpet(n. ) ()

617

:
adjutant

eptitude(n. )

[5AdVJtEnt] n. []
1:

adjutantad+jut(=juv=to help )+ant


to aid
jutjust(adv. )

:
adolescent

adjutant(a.

n. [] )

[AdE5lesEnt] a.
1:

adolescentadol()+escent
adolload(n. )

adopt

[E5dRpt] v.
1:

adoptad+opt()
opttop(a. )

adulate

2:

adopt.mpg

option(n. )

[5AdjJleIt] v.
1:

adulateadul(=to flatter )+ate


adullaud(n. /v. )

adult(n. ) adulterate(v. )
dual(a. )

aerate

[5eEreIt] v.
1:

aerateaer(=air )+ate
aerear(n. )

aerated(a. ) aerial(a. )
are(prep. )

aesthete

[5i:sWi:t] n.
1:

aestheteaesthe(=esthe )+te

618

GRE

esthethese(pron. )
:

affiliate

anesthetic(n. )

[E5fIlIeIt] v.
1:

affiliateaf+fil()+iate

filphil( )

:
affinity

philogyny(n. )life(n. )

[E5fInItI] n.
1:

affinity af(=near)+fin(=boundary

)+ity
finfine()
:
alleviate

define(v. )final(a. )

[E5li:vIeIt] v.
1:

alleviateal+levi()+ate
levilive(v. )

:
allude

levity(n. )

[E5lu:d] v.
1:

allude al(=ad)+lude(=to play ) to


play with

ludeduel(n. )

2:

allude

:
allure

valued(a. )allure(v. )

[E5ljJE] v. n.
1:

allureal(=ad)+lure(v. )
lurerule(n. )

619

2:

allurelaurel(n. )

allurement(n. )seduce(v.
)entice(v. )

altitude

[5AltItju:d] n. ()
1:

altitudealt()+itude
alttall(a. )
altimeter.mpg

:
amateurish

latitude(n. )

[5AmEtErIF] a.
1:

amateurish amateur(n. )+ish

amateuramate(=am=to love)+eur
amatea mate(n. )

amma

amenity

[E5mi:nItI] n.
1:

amenityamen(=pleasant )+ity
amenname(n. )
amenmean(v. )

2:

amenitya()+menity(enmity
)

amorous

[5AmErEs] a.
1:

amorousamor()+ous
amorroam(v. )

:
amorphous

armor(n. )

[E5mC:fEs] a.
1:

amorphousa+morph()+ous

620

GRE
morphmorf(ph=f)form(n. )
:

morphemics(n. )morphology(n.
)

amplify

[5AmplIfaI] v.
1:

amplifyampl()+ify(...)

ampllamp(n. )
:
analgesic

ample(a. )

[AnAl5dVi:sIk] a.
1:

n. []

analgesican()+alg()+ic

alglag(v. )

:
anemia

laggard(a. )nostalgia(n. )

[E5ni:mIE] n.
1:

anemiaa()+nem()+ia()
nemmen(pl. )

:
animate

amnesia(n. )

[5AnImEt] a.
1:

animateanim(=life )+ate(...)

animmain(a. )

animated(a. )
animation(n. )animal(n. )

anorexia

[AnE5reksIE] n.
1:

anorexiaan()+orex()+ia()

orexxero( )


:
antagonism

621

xerophyte(n. )

[An5tA^EnIz(E)m] n.
1:

antagonism

ant(=anti=against

)+agon(=contest )+ism
agondragon(n. )
:
antedate

antagonist(n. )agony(n. )

[AntI5deIt] v. ()

1:

antedateante(=before )+date(n. )

anteneat(a. )

2:

antedateantedate a letter by 3 days (


3 )

:
anthology

antenatal(a. )

[An5WRlEdVI] n.
1:

anthology anth( )+ology(... )

anththan(conj. )

anthecology(n. )pathology(n.
)

anthropology

[AnWrE5pRlEdVI] n.
1:

anthropology anthrop( )+ology(... )

anthropanth( )+rop(rope )

anthropoid(a. )

622
antibody

GRE
[5AntIbRdI] n.
1:

antibodyanti(=against )+body(n.
)
antitian(") (
)

:
antiseptic

antiwar(a. )antipathy(n. )

[AntI5septIk] a.
1:

n.

antisepticanti(=against)+sept(=decayed
)+ic
septstep(n. )

appeal

[E5pi:l] v.
1:

appealap(=ad)+peal(=pel=to pushdrive
)
pealpale(a. )

2:

appeal a

:
apprehend

repeal(v. )

[AprI5hend] v.
1:

apprehendap(=to)+prehend(=catch )

prehendpre()+hend(hand )

prehend

comprehend

2:

apprehendap+prehend()

3:

apprehend.mpg

623

comprehend(v. )apprehension(n.
)apprehensive(a.
)

aquiline

[5AkwIlaIn] a.
1:

aquilineaquil()+ine
aquiltranquil(a. )

eagle(n. )hawk(n. )falcon(n.


)owl(n. )vulture(n. )
condor(n. )

arbiter

[5B:bItE(r)] n.
1:

arbiterarbit()+er
arbitrabbit(n. )

arbitrate(v. )orbit(n. )barter(v.


)

arboreal

[B:5bC:rIEl] a.
1:

arborealarbor()+eal
arborharbor(n. )

arboretum

[B:bE5ri:tEm] n.
1:

arboretumarbor()+etum

:
arsenic

botanism(n. )

[B:5senIk] a.
1:

n. []

arsenicarsen()+ic
arsensnare(n. )

arson

[5B:s(E)n] n.
1:

arsonars()+on
arsMars(n. )

624

GRE
(Mars)

arsonist(n. ) reason(n. )
parson(n. )pyromania(n.
)

arteriosclerosis [B:tIErIEJsklIE5rEJsIs] n.
1:

arteriosclerosis

arterio(=artery

)+sclero()+sis()
sclerocloser(a. )
ascetic

[E5setIk] n.
1:

a.

asceticascet(=asces=to exercise
)+ic
ascesaccess(v. )

asceticism(n. )
aseptic(a. )

aseptic

[eI5septIk;(?@)e5septIk] a.
1:

aseptica()+sept()+ic
septstep(n. )

:
asinine

septic(a. )ascetic(n. )

[5AsInaIn] a.
1:

asinineasin(=ass )+ine
asinbasin(n. ) (
)

asperity

[A5sperItI] n. () ()
1:

asperityasper(=rough )+ity

asperspare(v. )
asperspear(n. )


:
aspersion

625

prosperous(a. )

[E5sp\:F(E)n] n.
1:

aspersionasperse(v. )+ion
aspersesparse(a. )

:
attenuate

sprinkle(v. )

[E5tenjJeIt] v.
1:

attenuateat+tenu()+ate

tenu
()
tenutune(n. )

:
audacious

tenuous(a. )extenuate(v. )

[C:5deIFEs] a.
1:

audacious aud()+acious(...)

audlaud(n. )

:
augment

audacity(n. )

[R:^`ment] v. /n.
1:

augmentaug ()+ ment


auggau

aviary

[5eIvIErI] n.
1:

aviaryavi()+ary()
avivia() (
)

:
baleful

avian(a. )apiary(n. )

[5beIlfJl] a.
1:

balefulbale(n. )+ful

626

GRE
baleable(a. )

baneful

[`beInfJl] a.
1:

banefulbane(n. )+ful
banebean(n. )

beatific

[bi:E5tIfIk] a.
1:

beatificbeati(=bless )+fic(=make)

beatibeauty(n. )

beguile

[bI5^aIl] v.
1:

beguilebe+guile()
guile

guileI+glue(n. )

:
bereave

Belgium(n. )guilt(n. )

[bI5ri:v] v.
1:

bereavebe+reave(v. )
reavebrave(a. )

botany

[`bCtEnI] n.
1:

botanybotan(=plant )+y
botanbaton(n. )

botanical(a. )arboretum(n.
)

botulism

[5bRtjJlIz(E)m] n.
1:

botulismbotul(=sausage )+ism
botulbottle(n. )

bovine

[5bEJvaIn] a.


1:

627

bovinebov()+ine
bovabove(prep. ...)

brawny

[5brC:nI] a.
1:

brawnybrawn(n. )+y

brawnbrain(n. )

:
burlesque

brown(a. )

[b\:5lesk] n.
1:

burlesqueburl()+esque()

burlbur(burst)+l(laugh)burst into
laugh

:
calumny

arabesque(n. )

[5kAlEmnI] n.
1:

calumnycalumn(=slander )+y
calumncolumn(n. )

canine

[5keInaIn] a.
1:

caninecan(=dog )+ine
can

kennel(n. )cynicism(n. )
puppy(n. )pointer(n. )
poodle(n. )cur(n. )
hound(n. ) mongrel(n. )
bitch(n. )sheepdog(n. )

capricious

[kE5prIFEs] a.

628

GRE
1:

capriciouscaprice(n. )+ious

capricecap(n. )+price(n. )

captivate

[5kAptIveIt] v.
1:

captivatecaptiv(=captive )+ate

captivecapt(=cept=to take )+ive

captpact(n. )

:
catharsis

rapture(n. )accept(v. )

[kE5WB:sIs] n. [] []
1:

catharsiscathars(=cast=pure )+is
purifying
cathars

:
ceramics

cathartic(n.

a. )

[sI5rAmIks] n.
1:

ceramicsceram(n. )+ics
ceramcream(n. )

chicanery

[FI5keInErI] n.
1:

chican()+ery
chican she

:
chiromancy

machinery(n. )

[5kaIErEJmAnsI] n.
1:

chiromancy

chiro(=hand

)+mancy(=soothsaying )

629

chirochoir(n. )
chivalry

[5FIv(E)lrI] n.
1:

chivalrychivalr (=chivaler )+y

chivalrarchival(a. )

chivalrous(a. )cavalry(n.
)

choleric

[5kRlErIk] a.
1:

cholericcholer(
)+ic
cholercolor(n. )

cholera(n. ) chronicle(n. )
bilious(a. )

cogitate

[5kRdVIteIt] v.
1:

cogitate co(=together)+agitate(=to turn


over )

2:

cogitatecogit(=to ponder )+ate

cogit G G

cogitation(n. )excogitate(v.
)

concussion

[kEn5kQF(E)n] n.
1:

concussioncon+cuss()+ion
discussiondis()+cuss()+ion

630

copious

GRE
2:

concussion. mpg

percussion(n. )

[5kEJpIEs] a.
1:

copiouscopi(=abundance )+ous

copicopy(v. )

corrugate

[5kC:rE^eIt] v.
1:

corrugatecor+rug()+ate
shrugsh(=shoulder )+rug()

corrugation(n. )rugose(a.
)

culpable

[5kQlpEb(E)l] a.
1:

culpableculp()+able
culpsculpt(v. ) (
)

:
cuttlefish

culprit(n. )exculpate(v. )

[5kQt(E)kfIF] n. []
1:

cuttlefishcuttle(n. )+fish
cuttle

:
dabble

scuttle(n. )

[5dAb(E)l] v.
1:

dabbledabb(dab)+le
dabbad(a. )

fable(n. ) babble(v. )
gabble(v. )

daredevil

[5deEdev(E)l] a. /n. () ()
1:

daredevildare(v. )+devil(n. )

631

daredear(a. )
devillived(vbl. )
deify

[5di:IfaI] v.
1:

deifydei()+fy(...)
deidie(v. )

deification(n. )deity(n.
)

delectable

[dI5lektEb(E)l] a.
1:

delectabledelect(=to delight )+able

delectelected(vbl. )

:
delegate

delicious(a. )predilection(n. )

[5delI^Et] v.
1:

n.

delegatede+legate(=to send )to send


on a mission
legateleg(n. )+ate

:
deleterious

relegate(v. )

[delI5tIErIEs] a.
1:

deleteriousdeleter(=harm )+ious

deleterdelete(v. )

:
demography

noxious(a. )

[dI5mR^rEfI] n.
1:

demography demo(=prople
)+graphy()

632

GRE
demomode(n. )
:

geography(n. )democracy(n.
)

1996 8
demography:population::meteorology(
):weather

dermatology

[d\:mE5tRlEdVI] n.
1:

dermatologydermat()+ology(...)

dermatdreamt(vbl. )

:
desiccant

dermatoid(a. )

[5desIkEnt] a.
1:

n.

desiccantde()+sicc(=dry )+ant

siccsick(a. )

desiccate(v. )siccative(a.
)accidents(pl. )

despondent

[dI5spRndEnt] a.
1:

despondent despond(v. )+ent

despondde(=away)+spond(=to promise
)
spondpounds(pl. )

2:

despondentrespondent(n. )

despotic

[de5spRtIk] a.
1:

despoticdespot(=lord )+ic

633

despotspotted(a. )

despotism(n. )deposit(n.
)monarch(n. )

digress

[5daI^res] v.
1:

digressdi(=aside)+gress()

gressgrass(n. )

digression(n. ) congress(n. )
gressorial(a. )discursive(a.
)divagate(v. )

dipsomania

[dIpsE5meInIE] n.
1:

dipsomaniadipso()+mania()

dipsodip(v. )+so

2:
direful

dipsomaniadip()+so+many+ia()

[`daIEfJl] a.
1:

direfuldire(a. )+ful
direride(v. )

disguise

[dIs5^aIz] v. , ,
1:

n.

disguisedis+guise(v. )
guise
guise

disseminate

[dI5semIneIt] v.
1:

disseminatedis+semin()+ate

seminmines(pl. )()

634

GRE
:

dissonant

seminal(a. )

[5dIsEnEnt] a.
1:

dissonantdis()+son(=ton )+ant

sonnose(n. )

dissonance(n. )
resonant(a. )song(n. )

divagate

[`daIvE^eIt] v.
1:

divagate di(=away)+vag(=wander

)+ate
vaggave(vbl. )

:
dolorous

vagabond(n. )

[ 5dRlErEs] a.
1:

dolorousdolor(n. )+ous
dolor(dollar )

drainage

[5dreInIdV] n.
1:

drainagedrain(v. )+age
drainrained(vbl. )

:
dyspepsia

badinage(v. )gardenia(n. )

[dIs5pepsIE] n.
1:

dyspepsiadys()+peps()+ia()

pepspipes(pl. )

:
eclipse

peptic(a. )pepsin(n. )

[I5klIps] n. () ()
1:

eclipseec(=ex=away)+lipse(=to leave)

635

lipsepiles(n. )
:
effulgent

ellipse(n. )

[I5fQldV(E)nt] a.
1:

effulgentef+fulg()+ent
fulggulf(n. )

fulgent(a. )effulgence(n.
)

emaciate

[I5meIFIeIt] v.
1:

emaciateemaci()+ate
emaci ()

:
embroider

macerate(v. )

[Im5brCIdE(r)] v.
1:

embroiderem+broider(v. )
broiderborder(n. )

:
embroil

embroidery(n. )

[Im5brCIl] v. ()
1:

embroilem+broil(v. )

broilbring(v. )+oil(n. )

emolument

[I5mRljJmEnt] n.
1:

emolumentemolu()+ment
emolu

:
emulate

monument(n. )

[5emjJleIt] v.
1:

emulateemul()+ate
emulmule(n. )

636

GRE
()
:

entangle

emulation(n. )

[In5tAN^(E)l] v.
1:

entangleen+tangle(v. )
tangle"

:
entity

entanglement(n. )

[5entItI] n.
1:

entityent()+ity
entten(num. )

:
entomology

ontology(n. )

[entE5mRlEdVI] n.
1:

entomologyentom()+ology()

entomen(=in)+tom(=sect=to cut )
insect(n. )

atom(n. ) tome(n. )
microtome(n.
)

entwine

[In5twaIn] v.
1:

entwineen+twine(v. )
twine

epidemic

[epI5demIk] n.
1:

a.

epidemic epi(=among)+dem(=people
)+icamong the people ()

2:

epidemicmedicine(n. )

democracy(n. )


erotic

637

[I5rRtIk] a.
1:

eroticerot(=eros=love )+ic
erosrose(n. )

Eros(n. )
exotic(a. )

equitation

[ekwI5teIF(E)n] n.
1:

equitationequit(=to ride )+ation


equitquite(adv. )
equitquiet(a. )

escalate

[5eskEleIt] v.
1:

escalateescal()+ate
escalscale(n. )

:
ethereal

escalator(n. )

[I5WIErIEl] a.
1:

etherealether(n. )+eal
etherthere(adv. )
ether

2:
etymology

etherealleather(n. )

[etI5mRlEdVI] n.
1:

etymologyetymo(=etymon )+logy

etymonmy+note(n. )

:
eugenics

item(n. )

[ju:5dVenIks] n.
1:

eugenicseu(=well )+gen(=race
)+ics(...)
eu
genneg( )

638

GRE

euphonic(a.

genuine(a. )negate(v. )
evasive

[I5veIsIv] a.
1:

evasiveevas(=evade )+ive
evassave(v. )

exhale

[Iks5heIl] v.
1:

exhaleex(=out)+hale(=to breathe )

haleheal(v. )

exhort

2:

exhale.mpg

inhale(v. )hail(v. )

[I^5zC:t] v.
1:

exhortex+hort(=to urge )
hortthorn(n. )
hortorth( )

2:

exhort.mpg

exhortation(n. )orthodontics(n.
[] )orthodox(a.
)

exhume

[eks5hju:m] v. () ()
1:

exhumeex()+hum()+e

human()hum()+an

posthumous(a. )inter(v.
)

exorcize

[5eksC:saIz] v.


1:

639

exorcizeex()+sorc()+ize

sorccross(n. )

:
extenuate

sorcery(n. )

[ek5stenjJeIt] v. () ()
1:

extenuateex+tenu()+ate

tenu
()

:
extirpate

attenuate(v. )tenuous(a. )

[5ekstEpeIt] v.
1:

extirpateex(=out)+stirp(=root )+ate(=to
make)
stirpstrip(n. )

:
extol

exterminate(v. )

[Ik5stCl] v.
1:

extolex+tol(=to raise )

tollot(n. )

exalt(v. )exult(v. )tall(a.


)

fatuous

[5fAtjJEs] a.
1:

fatuousfatu(=foolish )+ous

fatuu(=you)+fat(a. )

fatuity(n. )

640
feasible

GRE
[5fi:zIb(E)l] a.
1:

feasiblefeas(=to do )+ible

feassafe(a. )

ferocious

[fE5rEJFEs] a.
1:

ferociousferoc(=fierce )+ious
ferocforce()

2:

ferociousferocious dragons()

3:

ferocious.mpg

ferocity(n. , , )feral(a.
) atrocious(a. )

fierce

[5fIEs] a.
1:

fiercefier(=wild )+ce
fierfire(n. )

filament

[5fIlEmEnt] n. ()
1:

filamentfila(=thread )+ment
filafail(v. )

2:

filamentailment(n. )

:
filial

film(n. )

[5fIlIEl] a.
1:

filialfili(=fil=son )+al
filphil( )

:
flagellate

[5flAdVEleIt] v.
1:

flagellateflagell(=whip )+ate
flagellfragile(a. )

flawless

[`flR:lIs] a.


1:

641

flawlessflaw(n. )+less
flawlaw(n. )

fluffy

[`flQfI] a.
1:

fluffyfluff(n. )+y
fluffbluff(v. )

foliage

[5fEJlIIdV] n. []
1:

foliagefoli(=leaf )+age
folifoil(n. )

:
frowzy

portfolio(n. )fragile(a. )

[5fraJzI] a.
1:

frowzyfrowz(=frowst )+y

frowstworst(a. )

fusillade

[fju:zI5leId;(?@)fju:sE5leId] n.
1:

fusilladefusill(=fusil )+ade
fusillfossil(n. )

gadfly

[5^AdflaI] n.
1:

gadflygad(n. )+fly()

gaddagdagger(n. )

garland

[5^B:lEnd] n.
1:

garlandgarl()+and
garlglare(v. )

gastric

[5^AstrIk] a.
1:

gastricgastr(=gaster )+ic
gastrastr( )

642
gestation

GRE
[dVe5steIF(E)n] n.
1:

gestationgestate(v. )+ion
gestategest(=to bear )+ate

2:

gestationgustation(n. )

grotesque

[^rEJ5tesk] a.
1:

grotesque grot(=grotto

)+esque()

grottrog(n. )
gustation

[^Q`steIFLn] n.
1:

gustationgust(=to taste )+ation


gustguest(n. )

:
gynaecocracy

gestation(n. )

[9^aInI`kCkrEsI] n.
1:

gynaecocracy gynaeco(
)+cracy()
gynaeco

cracycrazy(a. )

gynaecoid(a. )
gynaecology(a. )

hepatitis

[hepE5taItIs] n. []
1:

hepatitishepat()+it is()
hepathe(pron. )+pat(v. )

hedonism

[5hi:dEnIz(E)m] n.
1:

hedonism hedon()+ism()

643

hedon he(pron. )+don(v. )

heinous

[`heInEs] a.
1:

heinoushein()+ous
hein

hosepipe

[`hEJzpaIp] n.
1:

hosepipehose(n. )+pipe(n. )

hoseshoe(n. )

igneous

[5I^nIEs] a.
1:

igneousign()+eous
ignsign(n. )
ignlign()

:
imbibe

ignite(v. )ligneous(a. )

[Im5baIb] v.
1:

imbibe im(=in)+bibe(=to drink ) to


drink in
bibeBible(n. )

imbroglio

[Im5brEJljEJ] n. ()
()
1:

imbroglioim+broglio()
brogliogo(v. )+broil(n. )

immolate

[5ImEleIt] v.
1:

immolate im+mola(=sacrificial meal


)+ate
molaloam(n. )

644

GRE

immolation(n. )molar(n.
)

impecunious

[ImpI5kju:nIEs] a. ()

1:

impecunious im+pecuni(=money )+ous

pecuni

imperil

[Im5perIl] v.
1:

imperilim(=in)+peril(n. )

perilper "+ill()

imperturbable [ImpE5t\:bEb(E)l] a.
1:

imperturbable im( )+perturbable(a.


)
perturbable perturb(v.
)+able
perturbper()+turb(=confusion )

turbbrute(n. )

implicate

[5ImplIkeIt] v.
1:

implicateim(=in )+plic(=fold
)+ate
plicclip(n. )

:
impoverish

incriminate(v. )

[Im5pRvErIF] v.


1:

645

impoverishim+pover(n. )+ish

poverprove(v. )

:
impugn

poverty(n. )pauper(n. )

[Im5pju:n] v.
1:

impugnim+pugn(=fight )

pugnpung

inadvertent

[InEd5v\:tEnt] a.
1:

inadvertent in( )+advert(v.


)+ent
advertizeadvert(v. )+ize

inalienable

[In5eIlIEnEb(E)l] a.
1:

inalienable in( )+alien(v.


)+able
aliena+line(n. )

incarcerate

[In5kB:sEreIt] v.
1:

incarcerate in( )+carcer(=prison


)+ate(=to make)

carcercancer(n. )
carcercareer(n. )

inebriate

[I5ni:brIEt] a.
1:

n.

v.

inebriatein+ebri(=drunk )+ate

ebribeer(n. )

GRE

646
infernal

[In5f\:n(E)l] a.
1:

infernalinfern(=hell )+al
infernin()+fern

:
infringe

inferno(n. )

[In5frIndV] v. () (
)
1:

infringein+fringe(=to break )
to break off
fringefinger(n. )

infringement(n. )infraction(n.
)refrain(n. )

insolate

[`InsEJleIt] v.
1:

insolatein+sol(=sun )+ateto place in


the sun
solloss(n. )
solso long(int. )

installation

[InstE5leIF(E)n] n. []
1:

installationinstall(v. )+ation

installin+stall(v. )
stallsalt(n. )

:
integument

slate(n. )

[In5te^jJmEnt] n. () (
)
1:

integument in( )+tegu(=tect=to


cover )+ment
teguugetu(=you)+get(v. )


:
intelligible

647

detect(v. )protect(v. )

[In5telIdVIb(E)l] a.
1:

intelligibleintellig(=to understand
)+ible
intelligtelling()
(I am telling you why)

intellect(n. )ineligible(a.
)

internecine

[9IntE`ni:saIn] a.
1:

internecine inter( )+nec(=to kill


)+ine
necneck(n. )
necNEC (Nippon Electric Co.
) NEC

pernicious(a. )necropolis(n.
)

intertwine

[IntE5twaIn] v. () ()
1:

intertwineinter()+twine(v. )

twine

intricate

[5IntrIkEt] a.
1:

intricatein+tric()+ate
trictrick(n. )

:
inundate

intricacy(n. )

[5InQndeIt] v.
1:

inundatein()+und(=wave )+ate

unddune()

648

GRE
:

irascible

inundation(n. )

[I5rAsIb(E)l] a.
1:

irascibleir(=in )+rasc()+ible

rascscar(n. )

jingoism

[5dVIN^EJIz(E)m] n.
1:

jingoismjingo(n. )+ism

jingo

jubilant

[5dVu:bIlEnt] a.
1:

jubilant jubil(=shout wild cry


)+antshouting for joy
jubil

jubilation

[dVu:bI5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

jubilationjubilate(v. )+ion

jubilate jubil(=shout)+ate to raise a


shout of joy

kinetic

[kI5netIk] a. []
1:

kinetickine(=to move )+tic


kineNike(n.
)

kleptomania

[kleptE5meInIE] a.
1:

kleptomaniaklepto( )+mania(... )

klepto

649

:
laggard

maniac(n. )

[5lA^Ed] a.
1:

n.

laggardlagg(=lag )+ard
lagalg()

2:

laggard

analgesic(a. )sluggard(n. )
haggard(a. )

lambaste

[lAm5beIst] v.
1:

lambastelam(v. )+baste(v.
)
lamlamb(n. )
bastebeast(n. )

:
lackadaisical

male(a. )Islam(n. )

[lAkE5deIzIk(E)l] a.
1:

lackadaisicallackadaisi(=lackaday
)+cal
lackadaylack(v. )+a+day(n. )

lachrymose

[5lAkrImEJs] a.
1:

lachrymose lachrym(=tear )+ose(


)
lachrymla+chry+mchrycry(v. )

2:

lachrymoselose(v. )+charm(n. )

lachrymal(a. )jocose(a.
)

650
laminate

GRE
[5lAmIneIt] v. ()
1:

laminatelamin()+ate
laminMilan(n. )

:
lapidary

menial(a. )

[5lApIdErI] n.
1:

lapidarylapid(=stone )+ary
lapidpallid(a. )

:
laryngitis

plaid(n. )

[lArIn5dVaItIs] n. []
1:

laryngitislaryng()+itis()
laryngangrily(adv. )

lascivious

[lE5sIvIEs] a.
1:

lasciviouslascivi()+ous
lascivias(prep. )+civil(a.
)

2:

lasciviousacclivitous(a. )

:
lecherous

playboy(n. )

[5letFErEs] a.
1:

lecherouslecher(a. )+ous

lecher cheer(n. )

leprosy

[5leprEsI] n. []
1:

leprosylepros(=leprous )+y(
)

651

leprouslepr(=leper )+ous
leperrepel(v. )

:
leucocyte

lepra(n. )jealousy(n. )

[5lju:kEJsaIt] n. []
1:

leucocyteleuco(=leuc=white )+cyte()

leucclue(n. )

:
levitate

lukewarm(a. )cytology(n. )

[5levIteIt] v. () ()
1:

levitatelevit(=levity )+ate
levitylevi(=light )+ty
levilive(v. )

:
lexical

levity(n. )

[5leksIk(E)l] a.
1:

lexicallex(=word )+ical

2:

lexical

grammatical(a.
)

lexicographer

[leksI5kR^rEfE(r)] n.
1:

lexicographer lexico(=of words


)+graph(=to write )+er

:
ligature

lexicon(n. )

[5lI^EtFE(r)] n.
1:

ligatureligate(v. )+ure
ligatelig(=to bind )+ate

652

GRE
ligate

ligneous

[5lI^nIEs] a.
1:

ligneouslign()+eous
lignling(")
lignign() ()

:
littoral

igneous(a. )

[5lItEr(E)l] a.
1:

n.

littorallittor(=shore )+al
littorloiter(v. )

lukewarm

[5lu:kwC:m] a.
1:

lukewarmluke(a. )+warm(a.
)
lukelake(n. )

lupine

[5lu:paIn] a.
1:

lupinelup()+ine
luppull(v. )

:
macerate

vulpine(a. )

[5mAsEreIt] v.
1:

maceratemacer()+ate
macercream(n. )

:
magnate

lacerate(v. )emaciate(v. )

[5mA^neIt] n.
1:

magnate magn(=great )+ate great


men
magnmang

: magnet(n. )magnify(v. )
malediction

[mAlI5dIkF(E)n] n.
1:

maledictionmale()+dict()+ion

653

malemeal(n. )
:
mammal

valediction(n. )

[5mAm(E)l] n.
1:

mammalmamma()+al
mammamama(n. )

marsupial

[mB:5su:pIEl] n.
1:

a.

marsupialmarsup()+ial
marsupMars(n. )+up

mawkish

[5mC:kIF] a.
1:

mawkishmawk()+ish()

mawk

melancholy

[5melEnkRlI] n. ()
1:

melancholy

a.

melan(=black

)+chol(=choler )+y
melanmeal(n. )+mean(v. )
meteoric

[mi:tI5RrIk] a.
1:

meteoricmeteor(n. )+ic
meteormet(=meta )+eor(=ori=to rise
)
meteorremote(a. )

:
meteorology

orient(a. )

[mi:tIE5rRlEdVI] n.
1:

meteorology meteor(n.
)+ology
meteorremote(a. )

654

GRE
:

1996 8
meteorology:weather::demography(n.
):population

meticulous

[mI5tIkjJlEs] a.
1:

meticulousmetic()+ulous

meticmetric(a. )
metictimid(a. )

millinery

[5mIlInErI] n. []
1:

millinerymilliner(n. )+y

milliner Milliner16

mollycoddle

[5mRlIkRd(E)l] n. v.

1:

mollycoddle molly(v.

)+coddle(v. )
mollymoll(a. )+y
coddlecuddle(v. )
morphemics

[mR:`fi:mIks] []
1:

morphemicsmorphemic(a. )+s

morphemicmorpheme(n. )+ic

morphememorph(=form )+eme

phonemephon()+eme

mortgage

[5mC:^IdV] n.

v.


1:

655

mortgagemort()+gage()

gage

2:
munificent

mortgage.mpg

[mju:5nIfIs(E)nt] a. ()
1:

munificent muni(=gift

)+fic(=to

make)+ent
muni ()


mju:

necromancy

[5nekrEJmAnsI] n.
1:

necromancynecro()+mancy()

necrorecon(v. )

:
necropolis

internecine(a. )

[ne5krRplIs] n.
1:

necropolisnecro()+polis()

polisspoil(v. )
polispolice(n. )

cemetery(n. )epitaph(n.
)

nephritis

[nI5fraItIs] n.
1:

nephritisnephr()+itis()
nephrphren( )

:
niggling

phrenitis(n. )

[5nI^lIN] a.

656

GRE
1:

nigglingnigg(=nig )+ling()

nignot big

nocturnal

[nRk5t\:n(E)l] a.
1:

nocturnalnoct(=night )+urnal
noctNo.+oct()

night(n. )eight(num. )

:
numismatic

diurnal(a. )

[nju:mIz5mAtIk] a.
1:

numismatic numisma(=piece of currency


)+atic
numismanum(=number )+is()+ma
(
)

:
obdurate

numismatist(n. )

[5RbdjJrIt] a.
1:

obdurateob()+dur(=hard )+ate
making hard
durrude(a. ) (
)

obscure

[Eb5skjJE] a.
1:

obscureob()+scure(=to cover )

scurecurse(v. )

:
obstetrics

obscurity(n. )

[Eb5stetrIks] n.
1:

obstetricsobstetric(a. )+s

657

obstetricobstetr()+ic
obstetr ob(=by)+stetr(=to stand )
woman who satnds oppositemidwife(n.
)
stetrstreet(n. )
obstreperous

[Eb5strepErEs] a.

1:

obstreperous

ob(=against

)+streper(=to roar )+ous

streperstripper(n. )

obtrude

[Eb5tru:d] v.
1:

obtrudeob()+trude(=thrust )

trude

:
ochlocracy

obtrusive(a. )

[Ck`lCkrEsI] n.
1:

ochlocracy ochlo( )+cracy( )

ochloschool(n. ) (
)

:
odoriferous

ochlocrat(n. )

[EJdE5rIfErEs] a. ()
1:

odoriferous odori(=odor )+fer(


)+ous
odordoor(n. )

658
ointment

GRE
[5CIntmEnt] n.
1:

ointmentoint(=oil )+ment
ointpoint(n. )
ointinto(prep. )

oligarchy

[5RlI^B:kI] n.
1:

oligarchy olog( )+archy()

oliglingo(n. )

onslaught

[5RnslC:t] n.
1:

onslaughton+slaught(=to strike )

slaught lot

ontology

[Rn5tRlEdV] n.
1:

ontologyont(=ent )+ity
ontnot(adv. )

:
opalescent

entity(n. )

[EJpE5lesEnt] a.
1:

opalescentopal()+escent(...)

opalo()+pal(=pale )

opalesque(a. )

ophthalmology [RfWAl5mRlEdVI] n. []
1:

ophthalmology

ophthalmo(=ophthalm

)+logy()
ophthalm of some


opprobrious

659

[E5prEJbrIEs] a.
1:

opprobriousop+probr(=shameful act
)+ious
probrprobe(v. )

:
optimism

opprobrium(n. )

[5RptImIz(E)m] n.
1:

optimismoptim(=best )+ism

optimopt()+im
optimimport(v. )

optimum

[5RptImEm] a.
1:

ornithology

optimumoptim(a. )+um

[C:nI5WRlEdVI] n.
1:

ornithologyornith()+ology(...)

orniththorn(n. )

:
orthodontics

ornithoid(a. )

[C:WE5dRntIks] n. []
1:

orthodontics ortho(=orth

)+dont(=dent )+ics
orthnorth(n. )
oscillate

[5RsIleIt] v.
1:

oscillateoscill(=to swing )+ate

oscillsocial(a. )
oscillcos(=because )+ill(a. )

2:

oscillatesocialite(n. )

GRE

660

oscillation(n. ) vacillate(v.
)

osseous

[5RsIEs] a. []
1:

osseousosse()+ous
osseSOS(n. )

ossify

ostensible

[5RsIfaI] v.
1:

ossifyossi()+fy

fossil(n. )

[R5stensIb(E)l] a.
1:

ostensible ostens(=ostent=to

show

)+ible
ostensstones(n. )
:
ostracize

ostentation(n. )

[5RstrEsaIz] v. ()
1:

ostracizeostrac()+ize
(
)
ostraccoaster(n. )

:
pachyderm

ostracean(n. )psephology(n. )

[5pAkId\:m] n. ()

1:

pachydermpachy()+derm()

pachychap(n.

palpable

v. )

[5pAlpEb(E)l] a.
1:

palpablepalp(=to touch )+able

661

palpapple(n. )

parsimonious

[pB:sI5mEJnIEs] a.
1:

parsimonious parsimony(n.

)+ous
parsimony parsi(=spare

)+mony(=money )
parsiParis(n. )
peccadillo

[pekE5dIlEJ] n.
1:

peccadillopeccad(=sin )+illo()

peccadpaced(a. )
peccadplaced(vbl. )

2:

peccadillo

pecuniary

[pI5kju:nIErI] a.
1:

pecuniarypecuni(=money )+ary

pecuni

pedestal

[5pedIst(E)l] n.
1:

pedestalpede(=ped=foot)+stal(=stall )

stallast(a. )

penury

[5penjJrI] n.
1:

penurypenur(=dearth )+y
penurprune(n. )

penurious(a. )

662
pepsin

GRE
[5pepsIn] n.
1:

pepsinpeps()+in()

peps pipes(n. )

peptic(a. )dyspepsia(n.
)

percolate

[5p\:kEleIt] v.
1:

percolateper()+col(=to strain
)+ate
colloc( )

:
percussion

colander(n. )protocol(n. )

[pE5kQF(E)n] n.
1:

percussionper()+cuss()+ion

discussiondis()+cuss()+ion

percussionist(n. [ ] )
concussion(n. )procession(n.
)

pestilent

[5pestIlEnt] a.
1:

pestilentpestil(=plague )+ent

pestilpest(n. )+ill(a. )

petrology

[pI5trRlEdVI] n. []
1:

petrologypetro(=stone )+logy()

petropoetry(n. )

petrify(v. )

663

pharmacology [fB:mE5kRlEdVI] n.
1:

pharmacologypharmaco()+logy
pharmaco farmer

pharmaceutical(a. )apothecary(n.
)

pirouette

[pIru:5et] n. /v. () ()

1:

pirouettepirou(=whirling )+ette()

pirou

plankton

[5plANkt(E)n] n. []
1:

planktonplankt(=drifting )+on

planktplank(n. )

plebeian

[plI5bi:En] n.
1:

a.

plebeianplebe(n. )+ian

plebepebble(n. )

:
plutocracy

lesbian(n. )

[plu:5tRkrEsI] n.
1:

plutocracypluto(=wealth )+cracy(
)
pluto Plutus(n.
)
plutou(=you)+plot(v. )

podiatry

[pEJ`di:EtrI-`daI-] n.

664

GRE
1:

podiatrypod()+iatry()

pod

podium

[5pEJdIEm] n.
1:

podiumpod()+ium()

pod

:
poignant

odium(n. )

[5pCInjEnt] a.
1:

poignantpoign(=to pricksting )+ant

poignpoint(n. )

polemic

[pE5lemIk] n.
1:

polemicpolem(=war )+ic

polemproblem(n. )

2:

polemiccompile(v. )

:
polygamy

polemical(a. )

[pE5lI^EmI] n.
1:

polygamypoly()+gamy()

gamygame(n. )---

:
ponderous

monogamy(n. )

[5pRndErEs] a.
1:

ponderousponder()+ous
ponder


2:

665

ponderous

porcine

[5pC:saIn] a.
1:

porcineporc()+ine
porccorp( )
porccrop(n. )

swine(n. )pork(n. )sow(n. )


corpse(n. )province(n. )

posterity

[pR5sterItI] n.
1:

posteritypost()+erity
poststop(v. )

:
potable

postgraduate(a. )

[5pEJtEb(E)l] a.
1:

potablepot()+able

pottop(a. )

:
predator

portable(a. )notable(a. )

[5predEtE(r)] n.
1:

predatorpreat(=to pillage )+or

predatpred(=booty )+at

predpride(n. )

prestidigitation [`prestI9dIdVI`teIFLn] n. ()

1:

prestidigitation presti(=nimble

666

GRE
)+digit(=finger )+ation
prestipriest(n. )

prevaricate

[prI5vArIkeIt] v.
1:

prevaricate pre( )+ varicate(=to


straddle the legs )

varicatevariate(v. )

procrastinate

[prEJ5krAstIneIt] v.
1:

procrastinate

pro(

)+cras(=tomorrow)+ tin(=to hold)+ate


to postpone until tomorrow
crascars(pl. )
progenitor

[prE5dVenItE(r)] n.
1:

progenitorpro()+genitor(=parent )

genitorgenit(=beget )+or

genitor janitor(n. )

:
proletarian

genital(a. )guilt(n. )

[prEJlI5teErIEn] a.
1:

n.

proletarian prolet(=offspring
)+arian

(a Roman citizen of
the lowest class who served the state only

667

with his offspring)


proletpro()+let(v. )

propagate

[5prRpE^eIt] v.
1:

propagatepro+pag()+ate

paggap(n. )

protuberance

[prR5tju:bErEns] n. () ()
1:

protuberance pro( )+tuber(


)+ance
tuberbrute(n. )

prurience

[`prJErIEns] n.
1:

prurienceprur()+ience
prurpure(a. )

puberty

[5pju:bEtI] n.
1:

pubertypuber(=adult )+ty

puberpure(a. )+b

:
puerile

puerile(a. )putrefaction(n. )

[5pjJEraIl;(?@)-rEl] a.
1:

puerilepuer(=boy)+ilechildish

puerpure(a. )

:
pugilism

puerility(n. )puberty(n. )

[5pju:dVIlIz(E)m] n.

668

GRE
1:

pugilismpugil(=boxer )+ism

pugilugly(a. )

pugnacious

[pQ^5neIFEs] a.
1:

pugnaciouspugn(=fight )+acious

pugnpung

:
pulchritude

pugnacity(n. )

[5pQlkrItju:d] n.
1:

pulchritude pulchr(=beautiful

)+itude
pulchrcheerful(a. )
:
pusillanimous

pulchritudinous(a. )

[pju:sI5lAnImEs] a.
1:

pusillanimous

pusill(=weak

)+anim(=mind )+ous
pusillpush(v. )+ill(a. )

: magnanimous(a. )
putrefaction

[pju:trI5fAkF(E)n] n.
1:

putrefaction putre(
)+fact(=to make)+ion
putrepure(a. )+t t

putreerupt(v. )

: putrefy(v. )puberty(n. )
putrid

[5pju:trId] a.
1:

putridputr()+id

669

putrrupt( =to break )


:
raillery

corrupt(a. )

[5reIlErI] n.
1:

railleryraill()+ery
raillliar(n. )

:
rambunctious

artillery(n. )banter(v. )

[rAm5bQNkFEs] a.
1:

rambunctious ram( )+bunct(=bounce


)+ious
ramarm(n. )

rapture

[5rAptFE] n.
1:

rapturerapt(a. )+ure
raptrap(=to seize )+t

rapttrap(n. )

rape(v. )capture(v. )
rupture(n. )

raptures

[5rAptFEs] n.
1:

rapturerapt(a. )
raptpart(n. )

rapturous

[`rAptFErEs] a.
1:

reckless

rapturousrapture(n. )+ous

[5reklIs] a.
1:

recklessreck(v. )+less

reckrock(n. )

670

GRE

regressive

feckless(a. )

[rI`^resIv ] a.
1:

regressive re(=back)+gress(=to go)+ive

gressgrass(n. )

:
rehearsal

progress(n. )

[rI`h\:sEl] n.
1:

rehearsalrehearse(v. )+al
rehearsere()+hearse(=harrow )

hearse

2:
retaliate

rehearsal.mpg

[rI5tAlIeIt] v.
1:

retaliatere(=back)+tali(=of such kind


)+ate

talitail(n. )

revelry

[5revElrI] n.
1:

revelryrevel(v. )+ry
revellever(n. )

2:

revelry very(adv. )+real(a. )

:
reverberate

reveal(v. )rebel(v. )

[rI5v\:bEreIt] v.
1:

reverberatere(=back)+verberate(=to beat
)
verberatever( )+berate(v.

671

)
:

reverberant(a. )vertebrate(n.
) vibrate(v. )

reverent

[5revErEnt] a.
1:

reverentrevere(v. )+ent

reverere+vere(=to fear )
vereveer(v. )

:
rhetoric

reverend(n. )

[5retErIk] a.
1:

rhetoricrhetor(
)+ic
rhetorrhete(=to say )+or

rhetethere(adv. )

:
riotous

heroic(a. )

[5raIEtEs] a.
1:

riotousriot(n. )+ous
riottrio(n. )

risible

[5rIzIb(E)l] a. ,
1:

risibleris(=rid=to laugh )+ible


rissir(n. )

:
rollicking

derisive(a. )ridicule(v. )

[`rClIkIN] a.
1:

rollickingrollick(v. )+ing
rollickroll(v. )+ick

672

GRE
:

ruminate

frolic(v. )

[5ru:mIneIt] v.
1:

ruminaterumin(=rumen
)+ate
rumen

ruminant(a. )
ruminative (a. )

rustic

[5rQstIk] a.
1:

rusticrust()+ic
rusttrust(v. )

:
ruthless

rusticate(v. )

[5ru:WlIs] n.
1:

ruthlessruth()+less

ruthhurt(v. )

saccharin

[5sAkErIn] n.
1:

saccharinsacchar(=sugar )+in
saccharsac(=sack )+char(n. )

:
sacrilegious

saccharine(a. )

[9sAkrI`lIdVEs,-`li:-] a.
1:

sacrilegioussacrilege(v. )+ious
sacrilege sacri(=sacred things
)+leg(=to take )+e
leg

salubrious

[sE5lu:brIEs] a. ()
1:

salubrioussalu(=health )+bri(=bring
)+ous


:
salutary

673

salubrity(n. )

[5sAljJtErI] a.
1:

salutarysalut(=health )+ary

salutsalute(v. )

salutation

[sAlju:5teIF(E)n] n.
1:

salutationsalute(v. )+ation

salutesalut()+e

sanatorium

[9sAnE`tR:rIEm] n.
1:

sanatoriumsanator()+ium(=place
)
sanatorsenator(n. )

sanctuary

[bI5^aIl] n.
1:

sanctuarysanctu(=sanct )+ary()

sanctscant(a. )

:
sangfroid

sanctum(n. )apiary(n. )

[5sRN5frwB:] n.
1:

sangfroidsang(=blood )+froid(=cold
)cold blood
sangsing(v. )

froidflorid(a. )

sanitation

[sAnI5teIF(E)n] n.

674

GRE
1:

sanitationsanit()+ation
sanitstain(n. )

sanitary(a. )Saint(n.
)

sarcasm

[5sB:kAz(E)m] n.
1:

sarcasmsarc(=flesh )+asm

sarcscar(n. )

2:

sarcasmmassacre(n. )

sardonic

[sB:5dRnIk] a.
1:

sardonicsardon()+ic
sardonsardine(n. )

sartorial

[sB:5tC:rIEl] a.
1:

sartorialsartor()+ial
sartor

:
satiny

starter(n. )

[5sAtInI] a.
1:

satinysatin(n. )+y

satinstain(n. )
satinsaint(n. )

:
scavenge

sanity(n. )

[5skAvIndV] v. () ()()
()
1:

scavenges+cave+ngecave(n. )


2:

675

scavenge venge( )

:
scrappy

scavenger(n. [] )

[5skrApI] a. ,
1:

scrappyscrapp(=scrap )+y

scrapcraps(pl. )

scrapscrape(v. )

scuffle

[5skQf(E)l] v.
1:

scufflescuff(v. )+le
scuffcuffs(pl. )

:
scurrilous

handcuff(n. )

[5skQrIlEs] a.
1:

scurrilousscurril(=buffoon )+ous

scurrilcouncillors(pl. )

seditious

[sI`dIFEs] a.
1:

seditioussedit()+ious
sedittides(pl. )

senile

[5si:naIl] a.
1:

senilesen()+ile
seniorsen()+ior

2:

senile.mpg

senescent(a. )senility(n.

676

GRE
)gerontology(n. )
silent(n. )

septic

[5septIk] a. ()
1:

septicsept(=decayed )+ic

septstep(n. )

:
sepulture

antiseptic(n. )pest(n. )

[5sepEltFE(r)] n.
1:

sepulturesepul(=to bury )+ture

sepulsee(v. )+pull(v. )

2:

sepulturesculpture(n. )

sepulcher(n. )sepulchral(a.
)

serpentine

[5s\:pEntaIn] a.
1:

serpentineserpent(n. )+ine
serpentpresent(n. )

slacken

serpent-charmer(n. )

[5slAk(E)n] a.
1:

slackenslack(a. )+en
slacklacks(v. )

sluggard

[5slQ^Ed] n.
1:

a.

sluggardslugg(=slug
)+ard

2:

sluggard


:
smattering

677

sluggish(a. )

[5smAtErIN] n.
1:

smatteringsmatter(v. )+ing
smattersome(pron. )+matter(n.
)

solecism

[5sRlIsIz(E)m] n.
1:

solecismsolec()+ism
solecclose(v. )

solicitous

[sE5lIsItEs] a.
1:

solicitoussolicit(v. )+ous
solicitso+licit(a. )

sophism

[5sRfIz(E)m] n.
1:

sophismsoph(=wise )+ism
sophshop(n. )

:
sophistry

philosophy(n. )

[`sCfIstrI] n.
1:

sophistrysophistr(=sophister )+y

sophistersoph()+ister

sophomoric

[9sCfE`mR:rIk,-`mC-] a.
1:

sophomoricsophomore(n. )+ic

sophomore

sopho(=clever

)+more(=foolish )

:
soporific

moron(n. )

[sRpE5rIfIk] a.
1:

soporificsopori(=sopor=deep sleep

678

GRE
)+fic(=to make )

soporso+poor
:

sorcery

spoor(n. )

[5sC:sErI] n.
1:

sorcerysorc(=lot )+ery

sorccorss(n. )
sorcscore(n. )

2:
sordid

speleology

sorcery.mpg

[5sC:dId] a.
1:

sordidsord(=to be dirty )+id

2:

sordid did

[9spelI`ClEdVI] n.
1:

speleologyspele()+ology(...)

spelesleep(v. )

:
squalid

[5skwRlId] a.
1:

squalidsqual()+id
squalstale(a.
)

:
stenography

squalor(n. )

[ste5nR^rEfI] n.
1:

stenographysteno()+graphy()

stenostone(n. )


stigmatize

679

[5stI^mEtaIz] v.
1:

stigmatizestigma(n. )+atize

stigmasting(v. )+ma

stilted

[5stIltId] a. ()
1:

stiltedstilt()+ed

stilttilt(v. )tilts

stimulant

[5stImjJlEnt] n.
1:

stimulantstimul(=goad )+ant

stimulsimult()

stimulus(n. )simultaneous(a.
)

stranded

[5strAndId] a.
1:

strandedstrand(v. )+ed
strandstand(v. )
strand

2:

strandedstandard(a. )

strangulation

[strA^jJ5leIF(E)n] n.
1:

strangulation strangul(=strangle

)+ation
stranglestranger(n. )
strangle.mpg

680

GRE
:

stratagem

string(n. )

[5strAtEdVEm] n.
1:

stratagemstrat(=army )+ag(=to lead


)+em
stratstart(v. )

stratify

[`strAtIfaI] v. ()
1:

stratifystrat()+ify
stratstart(v. )

:
stupefy

stratum(n. [] )

[5stju:pIfaI;(?@)5stu:-] v.
1:

stupefystup()+efy
stupputs(v. )

:
stupendous

stupid(a. )

[stjU:`pendEs] a.
1:

stupendous stupend(v. )+ous

stupend stup(=to be amazed


)+end
stupputs(v. )

stupor

[5stju:pE(r);(?@)5stu:-] n.
1:

succinct

stuporstup()or

[sEk5sINkt] a.
1:

succinctsuc(=below)+cinct(=to gird
)

cinct think

succulent

[5sQkjJlEnt] a.


1:

681

succulentsucc(=juice )+ulent
succsuck(v. )

sulky

[E5baJnd] a.
1:

sulkysulk()+y
sulkskull(n. )

:
swarthy

surly(a. )

[5swC:TI] a. ()
1:

swarthyswarth(=swart )+y
swarth what

tantalize

[5tAntElaIz] vt.
1:

tantalizetantal()+ize
tantal

tantrum

[5tAntrEm] n.
1:

tantrumtantr(=tanter )+um
tanter

2:
tendinous

tantrumstratum()

[`tendInEs ] a. []
1:

tendinoustendin(=tendon )+ous
tendontend on(v. )

tendonnoted(a. )

tenuous

[5tenjJEs] v.
1:

tenuoustenu()+ous
tenu
()
tenutune(n. )

682

GRE
:

threnody

attenuate(v. )

[5WrenEdI] n. ,
1:

threnodythren()+ ody()
thren

tonality

[tE5nAlItI] n.
1:

tonalityton(=son )+ality
tonnot()

:
truculent

atonal(a. )tongue(n. )

[5trukjElEnt5trQkjJlEnt] a.
1:

truculenttrucule()+ent
truculeculture(n. )

:
turbulent

truculence(n. )turbulent(a. )

[5t\:bjJlEnt] a.
1:

turbulentturb(=turmoil )+ulent

turbbrute(n. )

:
tumultuous

turbulence(n. )truculent(a. )

[tju5mQltjJEs;(?@)5tu:-] a.
1:

tumultuoustumult()+uous
tumulttu(too")+mult()

turbid

[5t\:bId] a.
1:

turbidturb()+id

turbbrute(n. )
()

:
turpitude

turbulent(a. )disturb(v. )

[5t\:pItju:d;(?@)-tu:d] n.


1:

683

turpitudeturpit()+ude
turpit

ulcerate

[5QlsEreIt] v.
1:

ulcerateulcer(n. )+ate
ulcercruel(a. )

undulate

[5QndjJleIt;(?@)-dVJ-] v. , ,
1:

undulateund()+ulate
unddune(n. )

2:

undulate late

unveil

[Qn5veIl] v. ...
1:

unveilun+veil(n. )
veillive(v. )

vacate

[5veIkeIt] v.
1:

vacatevac()+ate
vaccav(

vacant(a. )cave(n. )cavity(n.


)

vacillate

[`vAsIleIt] v.
1:

vacillatevacill()+ate
vacillvac( )+ill()

:
valediction

oscillate(v. )

[vAlI5dIkF(E)n] n.
1:

valedictionvale()+dict()+ion

valeleave(v. )

684

GRE
2:

valediction. mpg

dictate(v. )veal(n. )lave(v.


)malediction(n. )

veterinary

[5vetErInErI;(?@)5vEtErInerI] n.
1:

a.

veterinaryveterin()+ary
veterinveteran(n. )

vexation

[vek5seIF(E)n] n.
1:

vexationvex()+ation
vexsex(n. )

:
viands

convex(a. )

[5vaIEndz] n.
1:

viandsvi()+ands

viablevi()+able

:
vicarious

vitamine(n. )vital(a. )

[vI5keErIEs] a.
1:

vicariousvicar()+ious
vicarvi(n. 6)+car(n. )6

wacky

[5wAkI] a.
1:

wackywack(n. )+y
wack

xenophobia

[zenE5fEJbIE] n.
1:

xenophobiaxeno()+phob(
)+ia
xenosino()

Sino-Japanese(a. )phobia(n.

685

)
xerophyte

[`zIErEJfaIt] n.
1:

xerophytexero()+phyte()

xerozero(n. )
xeroorex( )

anorexia(n. )neophyte(n. )

GRE

686

1.

curd

[k\:d] n.
1:

bean+curdbean curd(n. )

bean curd

:
repartee

crude(a. )

[repB:5ti:] n.
1:

repartee

2:

reparteerepart(=to retort )+ee

repartre(=back)+part(=to go away)

:
skirmish

departure(n. )

[5sk\:mIF] n. []
1:

skirmish

2:

skirmisha street skirmish(n. )

687

2.

adamant

[5AdEmEnt] n.

a.

1:

adamantdiamond(n. )

2:

adamant

caper

churl

[5keIpE(r)] v.
1:

capercopper(n. )

2:

capercapersscrape(v. )

[tF\:l] n.
1:

churlChurchill(n. )

2:

churlcurl(n. )+hurl(v. )

3:

churllurch(v. )

:
cygnet

fret

churlish(a. )

[`sI^nIt] n.
1:

cygnetcigaret(n. )

2:

cygnetcygn(=swan )+et()

Cygnus(n. )signet(n. )

[fret] n. /v. () ()
1:

fretfetter(n. )

688

GRE

grim

[^rIm] a.
1:

grimpilgrim(n. )

2:

grimmigr( )

:
honk

gram(n. )migrate(v. )

[hRNk] n.
1:

honkHongkong(n. )

hover

1:

honk

hunk(n. )

[5hRvE(?@)5hQvEr] v.
1:

hoverhowever(ad. )

pollen

2:

hoverlover(n. )

3:

hover.mpg

[5pRlEn] n.
1:

pollenNapoleon(n. )

portent

[`pR:tent`pEJ-] n.
1:

portentimportant(a. )

portentous(a. )potent(a.
)portend(v. )

pundit

[5pQndIt] n.
1:

punditbandit(n. )


:
salmon

689

[5sAmEn] n.
1:

salmonsalesman(n. )

:
sinew

almond(n. )

[5sInju:] n.
1:

sinewsnow(n. ) ()
()

stern

2:

sinewswine(n. )

wines(pl. )

[st\:n] n.
1:

stern=steering(n. )

09.
()

apparel

[E5pAr(E)l] n. ()
1:

apparelappear(v. )+appeal(v.
)

buoy

2:

apparel.mpg

parcel(n. )

[bCI] n.
1:

buoyboy(n. )+buy(v. )

690

GRE

carouse

[kE5raJz] n.
1:

v.

carousecoarse(a. )+course(n. )

:
clamp

raucous(a. )arouse(v. )

[klAmp] n.
1:

clampcamp(v. )+lamp(n. )

:
fathom

cramp(n. )forceps(n. )

[5fAT(E)m] v.
1:

fathom father(n. )+mother(n. )

:
jobbery

fathomless(a. )

[5dVRbErI] n.
1:

jobberyjob(n. )+robbery(n. )

shard

[FB:d] n. ()
1:

shardsharp(a. )+hard(a. )

2:
skimp

shard

[skImp] v.
1:

skimpskim(v. )+skip(v. )

:
spiel

skimpy(a. )

[spi:l] v.
1:

spielspill(v. )+spell(v. )

piles(n. )


tally

[5tAlI] v. ()
1:

691

n.

tallytall(a. )+ally(v. )

2:

tally

jibe(v. ... ) totally(ad. )


Italy(n. )

yearn

[j\:n] v.
1:

yearnyear(n. )+earn(v. )
10

14.
(
ing )
()
deign

[deIn] v. ()
1:

deigndeignsdesign(v. )

elf

fry

[elf] n.
1:

elfelfsself(n. )

2:

elf.mpg

[fraI] v.
1:

hub

fryfriesfires(v. )

[hQb] n.
1:

hubhubsbush(n. )

692
levy

GRE
[5levI] v. /n.
1:

levylevieslives(v. )

oak

[EJk] n.
1:

oakoakssoak(v. )

2:
parody

oakokay(int. )

[5pArEdI] n.
1:

parodyparodiesparadise(n. )

peril

[5perIl] n. ()
1:

perilperilspliers(n. )(
)

:
ply

perilous(a. )

[plaI] v. ()
1:

plypliespiles(n. )

2:

plyreply(v. )

3:

plyapply(v. )

:
pry

imply(v. )play(v. )pry(v. )

[praI] v.
1:

prypriespiers(pl. )

:
sieve

pyre(n. )

[sIv] v.
1:

n.

sievesieved()devise(v. )

693

:
simper

siege(v. )revise(v. )

[5sImpE] v. /n.
1:

simpersimpersimpress(v. )

:
sob

prime(a. )

[sRb] v. /n.

svelte

1:

sobsobsboss(n. )

[svelt] a.
1:

sveltesvelter(a. )swelter(v.
)

swindle

[5swInd(E)l] v.
1:

swindleswindleswindless(a. )

:
waft

[ wB:ft ] v. () ()
1:

wry

dwindle(v. )
waftwaftsswift(a. )

[raI] v.
1:

a.

wrywrieswires(pl. )

3.

694

GRE

absolution

[AbsE5lu:F(E)n] n. () (
)
1:

absolution ablution(n. )+so(conj.


)

2:

absolutionabsolut(=to absolve
)+ion
absolveab(=from)+solve(=to loosen
)

:
artillery

bamboozle

absolute(a. )

[B:5tIlErI] n. []
1:

artilleryill(a. )+artery(n. )

2:

artilleryart(n. )+gallery(n. )

raillery(n. )

[bAm5bu:z(E)l] v.
1:

bamboozle blame(v. )+booze(n. )

2:

bamboozle

1: coax(v. )
bruit

[5bru:t] v. ()
1:

cephal

bruitU(=you)+brew(v. )+it


1:

cephalh(=high )+place(n. )

cephalic(a. )


cipher

695

[5saIfE(r)] n.
1:

cipherh(=high )+price(n. )

:
daub

decipher(v. )encipher(v. )

[dC:b] v.
1:

daubu(=you)+bad(a. )

dwindle

[5dwInd(E)l] v.
1:

dwindlewind(n. )+led(vbl. )

:
feud

swindle(v. )

[5fju:d] n. ()
1:

feudfed+u(=you)Im fed up with you

gore

[^C:] n.
1:

goreo(=oh)+greOhGRE

rogue(n. )clot(n. )gory(a.


)

gossamer

[5^RsEmE(r)] n. a.
1:

gossamergross(n. )+same(a. )

grille

[^rIl] n. ()
1:

grilleill(a. )+gre GRE

hoist

GRE

gridiron(n. )

[hCIst] n.
1:

hoistI+host(v. )

696

GRE

hubris

idyll

[5hju:brIs] n.
1:

hubrisI+shrub(n. )

hybrid(n. )

[5IdIl;(?@)5aIdl] n. []
1:

idyllill(a. )+day(n. )

mute

[mju:t] a.
1:

n.

muteu(=you)+met(vbl. )

2:
pauper

mute.mpg

[5pC:pE] n.
1:

pauperu(=you)+paper(n. )

plethora

[5pleWErE] n.
1:

plethora a( )+let(v. )+phor(=fer=to


carry )

2:

plethorapleth(=to grow full )+ora

:
poise

replete(a. )

[pCIz] v.
1:

n.

poiseI+pose(v. )

2:

poisepoison(n. )

:
ravine

posit(v. )

[rE5vi:n] n.
1:

ravinebrave(a. )+in(prep.

697

)
rogue

[rEJ^] n.
1:

rogueu(=you )+gore(n. )

sallow

vogue(n. )

[5sAlEJ] n.
1:

a.

sallowall+sow(n. )

satire

[5sAtaIE] n. ()
1:

satireI+stare(v. )

:
seine

attire(n. )

[seIn] n. ()
1:

seinesee(v. )+in(prep. )

:
shallop

trawl(n. )rein(n. )

[`FAlEp] n.
1:

shallopall+shop(n. )

2:

shallopshallow(a. )

:
shanty

shallow(a. )sloop(n. )

[5FAntI] n.
1:

shanty shy(a. )+ant(n. )

:
sibyl

shack(n. )

[5sIbIl] n. ()

698

GRE
1:

sibylby(prep. )+sill(n. )

spasm

[5spAz(E)m] n.
1:

spasmpass(v. )+map(n. )

2:
stipend

spasm.mpg

[5staIpend] n.
1:

stipend spend(v. )+it(pron. )

vague

[veI^] a.
1:

vague U(=you)+gave(vbl. )

vogue(a. )vulgar(a.
) rogue(n. )
ambiguous(a. )
equivocal(a. )

villain

[5vIlEn] n.
1:

villainill(a. )+vain(a. )

vanilla

[vE5nIlE] n.
1:

vanillaall(a. )+vain(a. )

waive

2:

vanillavanilla shake

[weIv] v.
1:

waiveI+wave(v. )


2:
wilt

699

waive.mpg

[wIlt] v. ()
1:

wiltwit(n. )+will(v. )

:
wallow

[5wRlEJ] v. ()

n.

1:

wallowwow(int. )+all(a. )!

2:

wallowwe(pron. )+allow(v. )

:
wraith

swine(n. )hog(n. )

[reIW] n.
1:

wraithI+wrath(n. )

8.
()

()
amalgam

[E5mAl^Em] n.
1:

amalgamam+alg+amalg(=pain
)

700

GRE
:

coalition

amalgamate(v. )

[kEJE5lIF(E)n] n.
1:

coalitioncoal+itioncoal(n. )

concoct

[kEn5kRkt] v. ()
1:

concoct con+coct(=to cook) to cook


together

2:

concoctconc+octoct()

:
contemplate

concoction(n. )

[5kRntempleIt] v.
1:

contemplate

con+templ+ate

templ(=temple )
:
exiguous

contemplation(n. )

[e^5zI^jJEs] a.
1:

exiguousex+igu+ousigugui()

finicky

[5fInIkI] a.
1:

finickyfi+nick+ynick(n. )

nick

:
impeach

persnickety(a. )

[Im5pi:tF] v.
1:

impeachim+peachpeach(n. )

peachcheap(a. )

impresario

[ImprI5sB:rIEJ] n. () (
)


1:

701

impresario impres+ario impres


impress(v. )

lampoon

[lAm5pu:n] v.
1:

n.

lampoon lamp+oon lamp(n. )

:
murky

lampooner(n. )

[5m\:kI] a.
1:

murkymur+kymur

2:

murky key

:
perky

persnickety

Turkey(n. )perky(a. )

[5p\:kI] a.
1:

perkyper+kyper

pesky(a. )murky(a. )

[pE`snIkEtI] a.
1:

persnicketyper+snick+etysnick(n.
)
snick

:
precarious

finicky(a. )

[prI5keErIEs] a.
1:

precariouspre+car+iouscar

progeny

[5prRdVEnI] n.
1:

progenypro+genygeny

promenade

[prRmE5nB:d] v.

GRE

702

1:

promenadepro+men+ademen

scurry

[5skQrI] v.
1:

scurrys+curr+ycurr(=to run )

2:

scurrycursory(a. )

:
scurvy

scurvy(a. )current(n. )

[5sk\:vI] a.
1:

scurvys+curv+ycurv(=curve )

:
sloven

curvaceous(a. )

[5slQv(E)n] n.
1:

sloven s+love+n love(v. )

:
smudge

slovenly(a. )

[smQdV] n. ()

v.

1:

smudges+mud+gemud(n. )

5.
()

dogmaamgod gnawwang


dogma

703

[5dC:^mE] n.
1:

dogmaamgodam()+god(n. )

2:

dogmadog(n. )+ma(")

:
drool

gospel(n. )

[dru:l] v.
1:

droolloordo(=oh)+lord(n. )Oh,
lord

:
fig

gnat

slaver(v. )

[fI^] n.
1:

figgifgift(n. )

fag(v. )

[nAt] n.
1:

gnattang(")

gnaw

gnome

[nC:] v.
1:

gnawwang(")

gnawing(a. )

[nEJm] n. ()

1:

gnomeemonge()+mong(")

nag

nil

[nA^] v.
1:

naggan

gain(v. )

[nIl] n.
1:

nillinling

GRE

704
pullet

[5pJlIt] n. ()
1:

pullettelluptell(v. )+up(ad. )

pulley

[`pJlI] n.
1:

pulleyyellupyell(v. )+up(ad. )

walrus

[5wC:lrEs] n. []
1:

walrussurlawsure(ad. )+law(n.
)

7.

anterior

[5AntIErIE(r)] a. () (
)

apropos

1:

anteriorante(=before)

posterior(a. )

[5AprEpEJ,AprE5pEJ] ad.
1:

apropos propos to the


purpose()

auspice

[5C:spIs] n.
1:

auspice auspex(n. )
auspex au(=avi=bird )+spex(=spect=to

705

look )

auspicious(a. )aviary(n.
)

baroque

[bE5rRk] n. /a. ()
1:

barque

baroque"

[bB:k] n.
1:

barque=bark(n. )

2:

barque= baroque(a. )

bauxite

[5bC:ksaIt] n.
1:

bauxite Baux(n.
)

bedraggled

[bI5drA^(E)ld] a.
1:

drag(v. ) draggle(v. )
bedraggle(v. )bedraggled(a.
)

bereft

[bI5reft] a.
1:

bereftbereave(v. )

blanch

[blB:ntF] v. ()
1:

blitz

blanch=blank(a. )

[blIts] n.
1:

v.

blitz blitzkrieg([ ] )
blitz(=lightening )+krieg(=war)
lightening war

sitzkrieg(n. )kriegie(n.
)

GRE

706
borough

[5bQrE;(?@)5bQrEJ] n.
1:

borough=burgh(n. )=burg(n.
)

Hamburg(n. )furlough(n.
)

Byzantine

[bI5zAntain] a. ()
()
1:

carat

Byzantine "

[5kArEt] n. (=karat) ( 200


)
1:

carnation

[kB:5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

cession

chirp

1:

cessioncede(v. )

recession(n. )

[tF\:p] n.
chirp

[kleft] n.
1:

conceit

carnation "

[5seF(E)n] n.

1:
cleft

carat "

cleftcleave(v. )

[kEn5si:t] n. ,
1:

conceit conceive(v. )

:
concession

[kEn5seFEn] n.
1:

covenant

deceit(n. )
concessionconcede(v. )

[5kQvEnEnt] n. v.
1:

cove(n. )+en( ...) coven(

707

)+ant()
:

alcove(n. ) indenture(n. )
convent(n. )

cravat

[krE5vAt] n. ()
1:

cravatcravat 17 30

creed

[kri:d] n.
1:

creed=cred=to believe

2:

creedscreed(n. )

croak

[krEJk] n.
1:

crouch

croak

[kraJtF] v. ()

1:

crouch crouch=croch=hook to become


bent like a hook

2:
cutlery

crouching.mpg

[5kQtlErI] n. [] ()
1:

cut(v. ) cutler(n. )
cutlery(n. )

2:

cutlerycruelty(n. )

deceit

[dI5si:t] n.
1:

deceitdeceive(v. )
deceivede(=away)+ceive(=to take)

declination

[deklI5neIF(E)n] n.

708

GRE
1:

decline(v. )declinate(a. )
declination(v. )

delta

[5deltE] n.
1:

deltadelta

:
distraught

dealt(vbl. )

[dI5strC:t] a. ()
1:

distraughtdistracted
distracteddistract(v.
)+ed

dorm

[dR:m] n. <>
1:

dormdormitory
dormitory dormit(=dorm=to sleeep
)+ory()

2:
fauna

dorm.mpg

[5fC:nE] n.
1:

fauna Fauna=sister or wife of


FaunusFaunus

:
fealty

[5fi:EltI] n. ()
1:

flabby

flora(n. )
fealtyfidelity(n. )

[5flAbI] a. () ()

1:

flabbyflappy(a. )

2:

flabbyfly(v. )+baby baby

flora

[5flC:rE] n. ()


1:

709

flora FloraFlora

fort

2:

floraflor(=flower )+a

fauna(n. )

[fC:t] n.
1:

fort=force(n. )

2:
fraught

fortcomfort(a. )

[frC:t] a.
1:

fraught freight(v. )

gaggle

[5^A^(E)l] v.
1:

grouch

guffaw

gaggle

[^raJtF] n.
1:

grouch grudge(n. )

crouch(v. )

[^Q5fC:] vi .
1:

hector

n. ()

guffaw

[`hektE(r)] n.
1:

hector Hector

hiss

[hIs] v.
1:

hubbub

hiss

[5hQbQb] n.
1:

hubbub

hurly-burly(n. )pell-mell(a.
)

iota

[aI5EJtE] n.

710

GRE
1:

iotaiota 9

luscious

2:

iotaatoia+to+i

aorta(n. )

[5lQFEs] a.
1:

maddening

lusciousliciousdelicious

[5mAdEnIN] a.
1:

mad(a. )madden(v.
)maddening(a. )

2:

maddeningdemanding(a. )

maverick

[5mAvErIk] n.

1:

maverick Samuel A. Maverick19

:
mayday

mere

mosaic

limerick(n. )

[`meIdeI] n.
1:

mayday maidez help me

2:

mayday day

[mIE(r)] n.
1:

mere=mire

quagmire(n. )

[mEJ5zeIIk] n.
1:

mosaic""

2:

mosaicmosa(=Muse
)+ic

music(n. )


moult

naive

711

[mEJlt] v.
1:

moult=mut=to change

2:

moultmould(n. )

slough(v. ) ecdysis(v. )

[nB:5i:v] a.
1:

naive=nav()

2:

naive.mpg

naivety(n. )ingenuous(a.
)

narcissism

[5nB:sIsIz(E)m] n.
1:

narcissism Narcissus

Echo

overwrought

[EJvE5rC:t] a.
1:

overwroughtoverwork(v. )

parlous

[5pB:lEs] a. ()
1:

parlousperilous(a. )

2:

parlous

piscatorial

[pIskE5tC:rIEl] a.
1:

pisc(=fish )piscate(v. )piscator(n.


)piscatorial(a. )
piscspice(n. )

posterior

[pE5stIErIE(r)] a. () ()
1:

posteriorpost(=after )

712

GRE
:

porcelain

anterior(a. )

[5pC:slIn] n.
1:

porc(=pig

) porcel(n.

porcelain(n. piggy
bank)
provenance

[5prRvEnEns] n.
1:

prove(v. )proven(vbl. prove


)provenance(n. )

:
punch

pygmy

governance(n. )

[pQntF] v. ()
1:

punch

2:

punch.mpg

[`pI^mI`] n.
1:

pygmyPygmy(n.
5
)

2:

pygmypyg(=pig )+my(pron. )

:
quisling

midget(n. )dwarf(n. )

[5kwIzlIN] n.
1:

quislingQuisling Vidkun Quisling

rendezvous

[5rRndIvu:] n.
1:

rendezvous rendez-vous
present yourselves


2:
rent

rendezvous.mpg

[rent] n. () ()
1:

scotch

713

rent rend(v. )

[skRtF] v.
1:

scotchScotch(n. )

:
scrub

[skrQb] n.
1:

scrumptious

Scotland(n. )welsh(v. )
scrubshrub(n. )

[5skrQmpFEs] a.
1:

scrumptioussumptuous(a. )

sect

[sekt] n. []
1:

sect=sequ=to followfollowing

shroud

sleek

[FraJd] n.

v.

1:

shroud=shred

shoulder(n. )cloud(n.

v. )

[sli:k] a. ()

v.

1:
slue

spent

sleekslick(a. )

[slu:] v. ()
1:

slue=slew(v. )

2:

slue

[spent] a.
1:

spend(v. )spent(vbl. )

sphinx

[sfINks] n.

714

GRE
1:

sphinxSphinx

spruce

[spru:s] n.
1:

a.

spruce=pruceSprussia(n. )

2:

sprucecorpus(n. )

staid

[steId] a.
1:

stark

[stB:k] a.
1:

stoic

staidstay(v. )
stark=starch

[5stEJIk] n.
1:

stoicStoic(n.
)

2:
temperamental

stoicI+cost(v. )

[temprE5ment(E)l] a.
1:

temper(n. )temperament(n.
)temperamental(a.
)

tendentious

[ten5denFEs] a.
1:

tend(v. )tendent(n. )
tendentious (a. )

timbre

[5tAmbE(r)] n. []
1:

timbre=timber(n. )

trawl

[trC:l] n.

v.

715

1:

trawl=trail(v. )

brawl(v. )drawl(v. )
straw(n. )seine(n. )

6.

anthem

[5AnWEm] n.

1:

anthemnational anthem()

anathema(n. )hymn(n.
)psalm(n. )

clench

countenance

[klentF] v. () ()
1:

clenchclench ones fists(v. )

clutch(v. )

[5kaJntInEns] n.
1:

v.

countenancean angry countenance (n.


)

2:

countenancegive countenance to sb (v.

716

GRE
)

die

[daI] n.
1:

donation

[dEJ5neIF(E)n] n.
1:

eligible

dieThe die is cast()


donationblood donation()

[5elIdVEb(E)l] a.
1:

eligiblean eligible bachelor(n.


)

esteem

[I5sti:m] v. /n.
1:

facilities

esteemself-esteem(n. )

[fE5sIlItIz] n. ()
1:

facilitiessports facilities(n.
)

floppy

[5flRpI] a.
1:

forbidden

[fE5bId(E)n] a.
1:

hazard

incident

jamb

marital

floppya floppy disk(n. )


forbiddenthe Forbidden City(n. )

[5hAzEd] n.
1:

hazardat hazard()

lizard(n. )

[5InsId(E)nt] n.
1:

incidentXi'an Incident(n. )

accident(n. )

[dVAm] n.
1:

jambdoorjamb(n. )

jam(n. )

[5mArIt(E)l] a.
1:

maritalmarital status(n. )

mural

paste

pawn

phlegmatic

2:

marital.mpg

martial(a. )

[5mjJEr(E)l] n.

717

a.

1:

muralDunhuang Murals(pl. )

2:

muralmur(=wall )+al

moral(a. )fresco(n. )

[peIst] n.
1:

pastetoothpaste(n. )

fawn(n. )spawn(n. )

[pC:n] n. /v.
1:

pawnpawnshop(n. )

fawn(n. )spawn(n. )

[fle^5mAtIk] a.
1:

phlegmatictaciturn and phlegmatic(a.


)

pit

plane

[pIt] n.
1:

pitarmpit(n. )

2:

pittip(n. )

[pleIn] n.
1:

plane

[pleIn] n. v.
1:

propaganda

planeplane angle(n. )
planeplane iron(v. )

[prRpE5^AndE] n.
1:

propaganda propaganda machines(n.


)

punch

[pQntF] v.
1:

stipulate

punchpunch card(n. )

[5stIpjJleIt] v. ()

GRE

718

1:

stipulatepostulatestipulate a price(v.
)

2:

postulatepostulate(v. )

super

[5su:pE(r),5sju:pE(r)] a.
1:

taciturn

supersuperman(n. )

[5tAsItE:n] a.
1:

taciturntaciturn and phlegmatic(a.


)

:
tempest

tacit(a. )

[5tempIst] n.
1:

tempesta tempest in a teapot(n.


)

vend

zenith

[vend] v.
1:

vendvending machine(n. )

vendor(n. )

[5zenIW] n. []
1:

zenithzenith angle(n. )

vertex(n. )nadir(n. )

15.

fault

[fC:lt] n. ()

sack

1:

fault

flaunt(v. )vault(n. )

719

[sAk] v. /n. ()
1:

wrinkle

sack

[5rINk(E)l] n.
1:

wrinkle

2:

wrinkle.mpg

16.

cult

[kQlt] n.
1:

cultcult+ureculture(n. )

deter

[dI5t\:] v.
1:

deter+mine(n. ) determine(v. )

:
holy

[5hEJlI] a.
1:

holy+day(n. ) holiday(n. )
Christmas(n. )
12
25

toil

[tCIl] n. v.

GRE

720

1:

toiltoil+ETS(=ets)toilets(n. pl. )
ETS

2:

toil oil

3:

toil.mpg

loiter(v. )slog(v. )

17.

scorch

[skC:tF] v.
1:

scorchchalks([tFC:ks] pl. )

scud

[skQd] v.
1:

scuddusk([dQsk] n. )

scad(n. )curd(n. )

18.

kayak

[5kaIAk] n.
1:

kayak

721

eye(n. )deed(n. )tenet(n. )


level(n. )

13.

1.
adornment

[E5dC:nmEnt] n.

ornament

[5C:nEmEnt] n. /v.

alleviate

[E5li:vIeIt] v.

palliate

[5rAmb(E)l] v. () ()

722

amble

GRE

[5Amb(E)l] v.
1:

ambleblame(v. )

ramble

[5rAmb(E)l] n. /v.

amiable

[5eImIEb(E)l] a.

amicable

[5AmIkEb(E)l] a.

atrocious

[E5trEJFEs] a.

ferocious

[fE5rEJFEs] a.

axiom

[5AksIEm] n.

maxim

[5mAksIm] n.

babble

[5bAb(E)l] v.

gabble

[5^Ab(E)l] v.

baleful

[5beIlfJl] a.

baneful

[`beInfJl] a.

blur

[bl\:] v. ()

slur

[sl\:] v. ()

blush

[blQF] v.

flush

[flQF] v.

brisk

[brIsk] v.

frisk

[frIsk] v.

a.

n.

burnish

[5b\:bIF] v.
:

furbish

furnish(v. )

[5f\:bIF] v.
:

polish(v. )

chunk

[tFQNk] n. ()

hunk

[hQNk] n. ()

deference

[5defErEns] n.

reverence

[5revErEns] n.

despite

[dI5spaIt] n.

spite

[spaIt] n.

douse

[daJs] v. ...

souse

[saJs] v.

emaciate

[I5meIFIeIt] v.

macerate

[5mAsEreIt] v.

flabby

[5flAbI] a. ()

flaggy

[`flA^I] a.

floppy

[5flRpI] a.

fling

[flIN] v.

sling

[slIN] v.

723

724

GRE

growl

[^raJl] v.

howl

[haJl] v.

guttle

[5^Qt(E)l] v.

guzzle

[5^Qz(E)l] v.

haft

[hB:ft;(?@)hAft] n.

shaft

[FB:ft;(?@)FAft] n.

haggle

[5hA^(E)l] v.

hassle

[5hAs(E)l] n.

horde

[hC:d] n.

herd

[h\:d] n.

coax

[kEJks] v.

hoax

[hEJks] n. /v.

incursion

[In5k\:F(E)n] n.

intrusion

[In5tru:V(E)n] n.

insulate

[5InsjJleIt(?@)5InsElet] v.

isolate

[5aIsEleIt] v.

judder

[5dVQdE] n. /v.

shudder

[5FQdE] n. /v.

lush

[lQF] adj.


plush
mash

[plQF] a.
[mAF] v.
:

[smAF] n. /v.

medley

[5medlI] n.

motley

[5mRtlI] a.
:

n.

mashed potatoes()marsh(n. )

smash

nippers

[5nIpEz] n.

pincers

[5pInsEz] n.

obsessed

[Eb5sest] a.

possessed

[pE5zest] a.

oppressive

[E5presIv] a.

repressive

725

[rI`presIv] a.

orotund

[5RrEJtQnd] a. ()

rotund

[rEJ5tQnd] a. () ()

pat

[pAt] n. /v.

tap

[tAp] n. /v.
1:

piazza

[pI5AtsE(?@)pi:5B:zE] n.

plaza

[5plB:zE(?@)5plAzE] n.

726

GRE

pleat

[pli:t] n. ()

plait

[plAt(?@)pleIt] n. v.

prattle

[5prAt(E)l] n. /v.

rattle

[`rAtl] v.

prescript

[`pri:skrIpt] n.

rescript

[5ri:skrIpt] n.

prim

[prim] a.

trim

[trimF] a

quash

[kwRF] v.

squash

[skwRF] v.

v.

n.

reclusion

[rI`klU:VEn] n.

seclusion

[sI5klu:F(E)n] n.

render

[5rendE] v.

tender

[5tendE] v.

saliva

[sE5laIvE] n.
:

slaver

[5slAvE] n.
:

sceptical

vassal(n. )villas(n. )
v.

sliver(n. )

[5skeptIkEl] a.


skeptical

[5skeptIk(E)l] a.

slit

[slIt] v.

split

[split] v.

sock

[sRk] v.

shock

[FCk] n.

stagger

[5stA^E] v.

swagger

[5swA^E] v.
:

sticky

[5stIkI] a. ,

tacky

[`tAkI] a.

swirl

[sw\:l] v.

whirl

[w\:l] v. /a.

wiggle

[5wI^(E)l] v.

wriggle

[5rI^(E)l] v.

n.

2. ()
comely

[5kQmlI] a.
:

comedy(n. )comply(v. )

homely

[5hEJmlI] a.

covert

[5kQvEt(?@)5kEJv\:rt] a.

727

728

GRE
:

overt

[EJ5v\:t] a.
:

crude

voter(n. )

[kru:d] a.
:

prude

convert(v. )

curd(n. )

[pru:d] n.
:

prudent(a. )

flagrant

[5fleI^rEnt] a.

fragrant

[5freI^rEnt] a.

germinate

[5dV\:mIneIt] v. ()

terminate

[5t\:mIneIt] v. ()
:

germinate
terminate

obverse

[5Rbv\:s] n.
:

reverse

observe(v. )

[rI5v\:s] n.
:

reserve(v. )

1:

reversere()+verse()
( 90 )


opponent

[E5pEJnEnt] n.

proponent

[prE5pEJnEnt] n.

pit

[pIt] n.

tip

[tIp] n.
:

729

pit tip

shrivel

[5FrIv(E)l] v.

thrive

[WraIv] v.

4.

ablution

[E5blu:F(E)n] n. ()

libation

[laI5beIF(E)n] n. ()

oblation

[E5bleIF(E)n] n. ()
1:

(ablution)
(libation) (oblation)
libation

baron

[5bArEn] n. ()
:

count

baroness(n. )

[kaJntF(E)n] n.
:

countess(n. )

730
duke

GRE
[djU:k] n.
:

duchess(n. )

1:

colander

calendar

[5kQlEndE] n.
1:

colandercol(=to sieve )+ander

percolate(v. )

[5kAlIndE(r)] n.
1:

colander( [water clock]


) calendar(
)

coma

[5kEJmE] n.
1:

comacomma(n. )coma
comma

comma

[5kRmE] n.
1:

commacoma(n. )coma
comma

condole

[kEn5dEJl] v.
:

console

doleful(a. )indolent(a. )

[5kRnsEJl] v.
1:

condole (d
dead)
console (s

731

soul)
debauch

[dI5bC:tF] n. /v.
:

debouch

debauchery(n. )

[dI5baJtF] v. ()
1:

debauch
debouch

indolent

[5IndElEnt] a.
1:

indolentin(=not )+do(v. )+lent

:
insolent

insolent(a. )

[5InsElEnt] a.
1:

insolentin(=not )+so(ad. )+lent

:
laity

indolent(a. )

[5leIItI] n.
1:

laitylai(=lay )+ty

2:

laitylayman(n. )
laity
lady(n. ) laity
layman man(n. ) layman

layman

[5leImEn] n.
1:

laymanlay(a. )+man

2:

laymanlaity(n. )

GRE

732

laity lady(n.
) laity layman
man(n. ) layman

lint

[lInt] n. [] ()

splint

[splInt] n. []
:

preen

[pri:n] n. () ()

prune

[pru:n] n.
1:

preen prune

10.
(4 )
()
()
aorta

[eI5C:tE] n.
1:

aortaaor(=ori=to raise )+ta

orient(a. )

artery

[5B:terI] n.

artillery

[B:5tIlErI] n. []

mortar

[5mC:tE] n.
1:

733

:
aorta(n. )::mortar(n. )
artery(n. )::artillery(n. )
aquil

aquiline(a. )

tranquil

[5trANkwIl] a.

falcon

[5fC:lkEn(?@)5fAlkEn] n.

halcyon

[5hAlsIEn] a.
1:

aquil(n. ):: tranquil(a. )


falcon(n. ):: halcyon(a. )
eagle(n. ):: equal(a. )

F15 F16 F
falcon

colt

[kEJlt] n.
:

clot(n. )cult(n. )

filly

[5fIlI] n.

chilly

[5tFIlI] n.
1:

colt(n. )::cold(a. )
filly(n. )::chilly(a. )

coltfilly cold
chilly colt
cold filly chilly

GRE

734

filly f female(a. )
filly
2:

colt.mpg chilly.mpg

insulin

[5InsjJlIn(?@)5InsElIn] n.

pancreas

[5pAnkrIEs] n.

peninsula

[pI`nInsjJlE-sE-] n.
1:

pancreas(n. ):: Korea(n. )


insulin(n. ):: peninsula(n. )
(pancreas)
(Korea) (Korea)
(peninsulin) (peninsulin)
(insulin) (insulin)
(pancreas)

11.

down

[daJn] n.
1:

downdawn(n. )

dawn

[dC:n] n.
1:

dawnfawn(n. )

735

fawn

[fC:n] n.
1:

pawn

fawnpawn(n. )

[pC:n] n. /v.
1:

v.

n.

pawnprawn(n. )

prawn

[prC:n] n.
1:

prawnspawn(n. )

spawn

[spC:n] n. () v.
1:

spawnroe(n. )roe spawn


(frog spawn)

roe

[rEJ] n.
1:

ore

[C:] n.
1:

bore

orebore(v. )

[bC:] v.
1:

robe

roeore(n. )

borerobe(n. )

[rEJb] n.
1:

robeprobe(v. )

probe

[prEJb] v.
1:

probeapprobation(n. )

approbation

[AprE5beIF(E)n] n.

opprobrium

[E5prEJbrIEm] n.
1:

approbation::opprobrium

GRE

736

12.
( 3 )

burnish

[5b\:nIF] v.
1:

n.

burn ()

garnish

[5^B:nIF] v. ()
1:

tarnish

[5tB:nIF] v. ()
1:

varnish

gar
n.

tar

[5vB:nIF] v.

n.

1:

var
()

bumble

[5bQmb(E)l] v.
:

babble(v. )


1:

737

bumblebubble(n. )

crumble

[5krQmb(E)l] v.
1:

fumble

crumblecrush(v. )+mble

[5fQmb(E)l] v.
1:

fumble

grumble

[5^rQmb(E)l] v.
1:

humble

grumblegrudge(n. )+mble

[5hQmb(E)l] a.
1:

humblehum(n. )+ble

jumble

[`dVQmbl] n. /v.
1:

jumblejungle(n. )

cuddle

[5kQd(E)l] n. /v.
1:

cuddlec(close )+uddle

huddle

[5hQdl] v.
1:

n. ()

huddlehu(hurry )+ddle

muddle

[5mQd(E)l] n.
1:

muddlemudd(=mud )+le

puddle

[5pQd(E)l] n.
1:

puddlepaddle(v. )

738

GRE

daunt

[dC:nt] v.
1:

dauntd(death )+aunt

flaunt

[flC:nt] v.
1:

gaunt

flauntfl(fly )+aunt

[^R:nt] a.
1:

gauntg(ghost )+aunt

haunt

[hC:nt] v. () ()
1:

haunth(hunt )+aunt

jaunt

[dVC:nt] v.
1:

taunt

[tC:nt] v.
1:

vaunt

jauntj(journey )+aunt
tauntt(tease )+aunt

[vC:nt] v.
1:

vauntv(victory )+aunt

loom

[lu:m] n.
1:

v.

loombloom(n. )


2:

739

looml(large )+oom(room )

:
loon

gloom(n. )loam(n. )

[lu:n] n.
1:

loononly(ad. )

:
loop

loot

loan(n. )

[lu:p] n.
1:

looppool(n. )

polo(n. )

[lu:t] v.
1:

n.

loottool(n. )

2:

loot

3:

loot.mpg

1 10 6
1
500 5000
( GRE 1500 )

GRE

740

GRE

(www.tiancb.com)
adamant

[5AdEmEnt] a.
1:

allegiance

[E5li:dVEns] n.
1:

arcane

arcane.mpg

[5bB:bIkju:] n.
1:

beat

allegiance.mpg

[B:5keIn] a.
1:

barbecue

adamant.mpg

barbecue.mpg

[bi:t]n.] n.
1:

beat1.mpg

beta(n. )abate(v.
)

booze

boudoir

[bu:z] n.
1:

booze.mpg

ooze(v. )

[5bu:dwB:(r)] n.
1:

buffoon

[bQ5fu:n] n.
1:

camouflage

buffoon1.mpg

[5kAmEflB:V] v.
1:

chisel

boudoir.mpg

n.

camouflage.mpg

[5tFIz(E)l] n.
1:

chisel.mpg


concubine

[5kRNkjJbaIn] n.
1:

crayon

dodge

[5kreIEn] n.
1:

crayon.mpg

canyon(n. )

[dRdV] v.
1:

espionage

guillotine.mpg

[`hemErIdV] n. ()
1:

hangar

grovel.mpg

[5^IlEti:n] n.
1:

haemorrhage

grenade.mpg

[5^rRv(E)l] v.
1:

guillotine

gloat.mpg

[^rI5neId] n.
1:

grovel

gladiator1.mpg

[^lEJt] v.
1:

grenade

galvanized.mpg

[5^lAdIeItE(r)] n.
1:

gloat

flinch.mpg

[5^AlvEnaIz] v.
1:

gladiator

fiasco.mpg

[flIntF] v.
1:

galvanize

espionage.mpg

[fI5AskEJ] n.
1:

flinch

dodge.mpg

[5espIEnB:V] n.
1:

fiasco

concubine.mpg

haemorrhage.mpg

[5hANE(r)] n.

741

742

GRE
1:

helm

[helm] n.
1:

hunch

hunch.mpg

[Im5pRstE(r)] n.
1:

indisposed

helm.mpg

[hQntF] n.
1:

impostor

hangar.mpg

impostor1.mpg

[IndI5spEJzd] a.
1:

indisposed.mpg
indisposed1.mpg

jaguar

[5dVA^jJE(r)] n.
1:

lava

[5lB:vE] n.
1:

mercenary

lava.mpg

[5m\:sInErI;(?@)-nerI] n.
1:

moron

jaguar.mpg

mercenary1.mpg

[5mC:rRn] n. <>[] ( 50-70


)
1:

overhaul

[5EJvEhC:l] v.
1:

overture

parched1.mpg

[5p\:kwIzIt] n.
1:

precipitous

overture.mpg

[pB:tF] v. () ()
1:

perquisite

overhaul.mpg

[5EJvEtjJE(r)] n.
1:

parch

moron.mpg

perk1.mpg

[prI5sIpItEs] a.


1:
ravenous

v.

1:

vulgar.mpg

[welF] v.
1:

yacht

vault.mpg

[5vQl^E(r)] a.
1:

welsh

tussle.mpg

[vR:lt] n.
1:

vulgar

tonic.mpg

[5tQs(E)l] v.
1:

vault

testy.mpg

[5tRnIk] n.
1:

tussle

suffocate.mpg

[5testI] a.
1:

tonic

stamina.mpg

[5sQfEkeIt] v.
1:

testy

skunk.mpg

[5stAmInE] n.
1:

suffocate

sabotage.mpg

[skQNk] n. []
1:

stamina

renounce1.mpg

[5sAbEtB:V] n. ()

skunk

ravenous.mpg

[rI5naJns] v.
1:

sabotage

precipitously.mpg

[5rAvEnEs] a.
1:

renounce

743

welch.mpg

[jRt] n.
1:

yacht.mpg

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