You are on page 1of 51

4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN GRE vocabulary practice


Bolster your vocabulary and reading comprehension for the GRE with daily quotes from The Economist.

Apr 22nd 2017

Skittish

I n n e a rby B e l g i u m , g l o o m i s d e e p e n i n g . I n s o m e c a s e s o ffi c i a l

b e h av i o u r h a s g o n e fro m G a l l i c d e fi a n ce t o s k i t t i s h a n x i e t y.

skittish [adjective] Excitable or easily scared

Synonyms: restive, excitable, nervous

Source: "Not all shows must go on" published in The Economist

Get 7 days free access to Economist GRE Tutor

E-mail address

START YOUR FREE TRIAL TODAY

Archive

Apr 22nd 2017


Skittish

In nearby Belgium, gloom is deepening. In some cases official behaviour has gone from
Gallic defianc ...

Vi ew

Apr 21st 2017


Diffident

A diffident figure, he lacks his predecessors showmanship, and indeed would not have
been running a ...

Vi ew

Apr 20th 2017

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 1/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Declaim

Block solidarity grows when leaders declaim against even a mild, or imagined, offence.
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Vi ew
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Apr 19th 2017
Erudite

At once erudite and entertaining, he shows how the novels magic lies in its multitasking
versatilit ...

Vi ew

Apr 18th 2017


Apposite

His policy activism was designed to replace that unexamined received opinion from the
past with expl ...

Vi ew

Apr 17th 2017


Impious

For an artist, trying to depict the Deity could be more impious only than drawing
Muhammad.

Vi ew

Apr 16th 2017


Fecund

The government will then rent the homes to young couples, the more fecund the
better.

Vi ew

Apr 15th 2017


Shirk

This, in turn, would make them less likely to shirk their responsibilities, because they
would lose ...

Vi ew

Apr 14th 2017


Arbitration

Its new 'model' treaty would compel foreign investors to seek redress in Indias clogged
c ...

Vi ew

Apr 13th 2017


Glib

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 2/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
Although there is plenty to admire in the ambitious scope of this book, ultimately it is a
glib work ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Apr 12th 2017
Importune

Insurers typically seek a tie-up with a bank to identify and importune likely customers.

Vi ew

Apr 11th 2017


Supplant

Political scientists and data journalists have battled for years to supplant fact-free
punditry with ...

Vi ew

Apr 10th 2017


Hew

For one side to push the other to hew to the norm is costly, both because resources must
be spent ho ...

Vi ew

Apr 9th 2017


Arrogate

Europes heads of government should stand against its latest power grab, which is to
arrogate to its ...

Vi ew

Apr 8th 2017


Invective

He is an epic misanthrope and equal-opportunity bigot whose every utterance is filled


with invective ...

Vi ew

Apr 7th 2017


Martinet

Mr Enwezor has a reputation for being a left-wing martinet. In the coming months, his
politics, as w ...

Vi ew

Apr 6th 2017


Stanch

She vows to close radical mosques, stanch the flow of immigrants to a trickle, obstruct
foreign trad ...

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 3/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started A p GRE


r 5 tpractice
h 2 0 1 7exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Dither
SUPPORT LOG IN
In addition, while Europe has dithered, America has cleaned up its banks.

Vi ew

Apr 4th 2017


Usury

The financier raised fresh capital for his bank by exploiting savings accounts... thus
contravening ...

Vi ew

Apr 3rd 2017


Turpitude

Those who reject her simply because she is a Clinton... are not paying attention to the
turpitude of ...

Vi ew

Apr 2nd 2017


Sate

Productions from all over the globe are looking to sate audiences desire for compelling
long-form t ...

Vi ew

Apr 1st 2017


Aseptic

Dr Trajkovski and his colleagues then arranged for mice that had been born and
raised... in aseptic ...

Vi ew

Mar 31st 2017


Dross

Some of its best properties could be sold quickly, but the dross might take years to
offload.

Vi ew

Mar 30th 2017


Goad

Her words were meant to goad officials into action, not (presumably) to describe how
she saw the com ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 4/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Mar 29th 2017

Economist GRE Tutor Lax


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Mario Draghi has faced attacks from critics in Germany (for being too lax) and Greece
GRE blog Getting started (for GRE
being too ...
practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN Vi ew

Mar 28th 2017


Deride

Mr Trudeaus domestic criticsso far a minorityderide him as 'Prime Minister Selfie'


for ...

Vi ew

Mar 27th 2017


Laconic

After decades in obscurity, he has been resurrected as an important literary figure,


praised for his ...

Vi ew

Mar 26th 2017


Gall

With enough gall and entrepreneurial spirit, it suggests, anyone can end up driving a
Porsche and li ...

Vi ew

Mar 25th 2017


Ingrate

Greater liberty... over the past generation is abused by ingrates who think it funny to
depict their ...

Vi ew

Mar 24th 2017


Largesse

All else equal, such largesse should indeed give the economy some temporary vim.

Vi ew

Mar 23rd 2017


Canard

In March 2014 Newsweek... identified a man living in California... as the real Satoshi,
but this tur ...

Vi ew

Mar 22nd 2017


Modish

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 5/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
With these modish safety demonstrations becoming the norm, the question is what,
exactly, do they ac ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Mar 21st 2017
Leery

The past two decades have left working-class voters in many countries leery of
globalisation.

Vi ew

Mar 20th 2017


Fluke

Was this a fluke? Mr Baker is not the first to notice the anomaly.

Vi ew

Mar 19th 2017


Insipid

It was a stultifying procession of patriotic songs... insipid skits and bald propaganda.

Vi ew

Mar 18th 2017


Lambaste

Yet the president was lambasted for his otherworldly complacency.

Vi ew

Mar 17th 2017


Missive

In 2001aeons ago in internet timethe European Commission sent a sternly worded


missive to Microsof ...

Vi ew

Mar 16th 2017


Whitewash

Indeed, in trying to whitewash the past, the government may stir up prejudice instead.

Vi ew

Mar 15th 2017


Impugn

Impugning Mr Abes motives is too cynical. His commitment to economic revival was no
doubt sincere.. ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 6/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Mar 14th 2017


Knell
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
The change in policy is a blow to the prison industry, but it hardly sounds a death knell
for its bu ...
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN Vi ew

Mar 13th 2017


Mire

Ms Park is hopelessly mired in an ever-deepening influence-peddling scandal.

Vi ew

Mar 12th 2017


Boycott

Conversely some prominent black women have called for a boycott, seeing Mr Parkers
past as a disqua ...

Vi ew

Mar 11th 2017


Whittle

Democrats had spent a nervous September watching that lead whittle away after Mrs
Clintons bout of ...

Vi ew

Mar 10th 2017


Jibe

He often looked angry and some of his jibes sounded like mere insults, rather than
irreverent statem ...

Vi ew

Mar 9th 2017


Gaffe

Personally he is likeable. But he is also gaffe-prone and the progenitor of a series of


undiplomatic ...

Vi ew

Mar 8th 2017


Imbue

Some feminists argue, moreover, that the very framework of economics is imbued with
subtler forms of ...

Vi ew

Mar 7th 2017


Modest

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 7/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
They can be seen in the modest dress, office decor and eating habits of Angela Merkel,
the daughter ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Mar 6th 2017
Pundit

And yet the prevailing view among pundits is that Russia is indeed back in Asia.

Vi ew

Mar 5th 2017


Florid

A victorious Governor Jerry Brown, his voice gruffer, his pate sparer and his metaphors
more florid ...

Vi ew

Mar 4th 2017


Recant

Analysts who predict turmoil are warned to shut up or recant.

Vi ew

Mar 3rd 2017


Maudlin

Alas, he never really fixed his states finances, and voters at home have tired of his
maudlin theat ...

Vi ew

Mar 2nd 2017


Gist

Machine translation, too, has gone from terrible to usable for getting the gist of a
text...

Vi ew

Mar 1st 2017


Prudish

Several Pacific nations ban cross-dressing (another hand-me-down from prudish


Victorians).

Vi ew

Feb 28th 2017


Yoke

The existential consequences of throwing off the yoke of religion is debated in many
countries.

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 8/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Economist GRE Tutor Feb 27th 2017


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Apathy
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Perhaps most difficult will be overcoming the cynicism, and apathy, of the public.
SUPPORT LOG IN
Vi ew

Feb 26th 2017


Malign

Other, darker interpretations of what malign force the monster may represent once
again abound...

Vi ew

Feb 24th 2017


Prolific

It is true that few artists have been so prolific. On average, he released a studio album
every year ...

Vi ew

Feb 23rd 2017


Qualm

Qualms about the forces quality extend beyond their handling of demonstrators.

Vi ew

Feb 22nd 2017


Minion

Its minions have set up thousands of social-media bots and other spamming weapons
to drown out oth ...

Vi ew

Feb 21st 2017


Proxy

...Mr Thaksins sister Yingluck, who took over his political movement after he left the
country and ...

Vi ew

Feb 20th 2017


Fringe

Fringe beliefs reinforced in these ways can establish themselves and persist long after
outsiders de ...

Vi ew

Feb 19th 2017

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 9/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Magnate

Several of Americas great industrialists built empires in Pittsburgh, including Andrew


Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Carnegie, a ...

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams


Vi ew
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN

Feb 18th 2017


Abstain

The decision to abstain from such techniques, just and wise though it was, came at a
cost.

Vi ew

Feb 17th 2017


Pare

As companies sour on future prospects, they also pare back their investmenta
potentially vicious ci ...

Vi ew

Feb 16th 2017


Forage

And you must be ready to abandon tired orthodoxies of the left and right and forage for
good ideas a ...

Vi ew

Feb 15th 2017


Mince

President Barack Obama didnt mince his words in a tweet on June 21st, the day after
the Senate fail ...

Vi ew

Feb 14th 2017


Extol

This is likely to become a media circus, with patient advocates likely to attend and extol
the benef ...

Vi ew

Feb 13th 2017


Tout

Providers have focused on the home, touting products such as coffee pots that turn on
when the alarm ...

Vi ew

Feb 12th 2017


Pallid

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 10/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
Its protagonists (played by the suitably pallid and slender Tom Hiddleston and Tilda
Swinton) are na ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Feb 11th 2017
Falter

His early steps were faltering, and a frailer soul might have been daunted by his
mentors fate...

Vi ew

Feb 10th 2017


Mar

These oversights mar an otherwise engaging and interesting account, but perhaps it is
natural that a ...

Vi ew

Feb 9th 2017


Abreast

These daily updates were designed to help readers keep abreast of the markets...

Vi ew

Feb 8th 2017


Larceny

But there are still no checks and balances on its exercise, as the larceny of governors
illustrates. ...

Vi ew

Feb 7th 2017


Faction

One particular separatist faction is now widely accepted to have been responsible for a
string of sm ...

Vi ew

Feb 6th 2017


Upbraid

In the past its neighbours isolated and upbraided Austria for its flirtations with
nationalist extr ...

Vi ew

Feb 5th 2017


Deign

If the Senate deigns to consider and confirm a nominee, do not expect changes
overnight.

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 11/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started F e bGRE


4 tpractice
h 2 0 1 7exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Loll
SUPPORT LOG IN
The pair loll on a green hillside at Murnau south of Munich where Mnter had bought a
house.

Vi ew

Feb 3rd 2017


Confound

Yet in another sense, the Fed has confounded predictionsat least, those it made
itself.

Vi ew

Feb 2nd 2017


Verdant

The Holey Artisan Bakery... overlooking a placid lake in Dhaka, was a foodies labour of
love in a v ...

Vi ew

Feb 1st 2017


Indolence

The indolence of a society brought up to expect that oil riches will be lavished upon
them is anothe ...

Vi ew

Jan 31st 2017


Libertine

There are aunts for every worldview, from libertine to puritan and from reactionary to
radical.

Vi ew

Jan 30th 2017


Winsome

By the time Mr Pattinson came along as the winsome vampire in Twilight, the teenage
rebels were st ...

Vi ew

Jan 29th 2017


Diffuse

The political economy of trade is treacherous: its benefits, though substantial, are
diffuse...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 12/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Jan 28th 2017


Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Incubus

TheGRE
Japanese
blog people,
Gettingfreed
startedof the GRE
incubus of aexams
practice war industry which
Taking by 1938 GRE
the GRE was Daily Vocabulary
absorbing 61 per cent ...
SUPPORT LOG IN
Vi ew

Jan 27th 2017


Limpid

Unlike many writers of Spanish, he preferred short, simple sentences, and they gave his
writing a li ...

Vi ew

Jan 26th 2017


Jettison

In effect, the partys hallowed notion of 'collective' leadership has been jettisoned.

Vi ew

Jan 25th 2017


Demur

Mr Sasse demurs. He does not want less fighting between the left and right. He wants
more meaningfu ...

Vi ew

Jan 24th 2017


Incise

This 12th-century incense burner is incised with calligraphy that identifies its maker and
first own ...

Vi ew

Jan 23rd 2017


Blowhard

His name conjured up associations such as arrogant and blowhard ...

Vi ew

Jan 22nd 2017


Quack

That can cause malnutrition and eating disordersand supports a vast, quack-ridden
diet industry.

Vi ew

Jan 21st 2017


Anodyne

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 13/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
The 'control' group was asked a series of anodyne questionsfor instance, how many
hours ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Jan 20th 2017
Dirge

At the end, the characters chant a funereal dirgeaccompanied by a solitary drum


signalling an inabi ...

Vi ew

Jan 19th 2017


Impute

But I hesitate before such minced words, which carry with them the tinge of
condescension and impute ...

Vi ew

Jan 18th 2017


Accession

China had expected to win the status of a market economy in December, 15 years after
its accession t ...

Vi ew

Jan 17th 2017


Foment

This being America, there are plenty of businesspeople around to monetise the furyto
foment it, ma ...

Vi ew

Jan 16th 2017


Burnish

The firm may need to burnish its reputation further...

Vi ew

Jan 15th 2017


Eschew

Surveys show that millennial consumers are eschewing 'stuff' in favour of experiential
gif ...

Vi ew

Jan 14th 2017


Abrade

Silver nanoparticles... interfere with bacterial replication and the tiniest specks
physically abrad ...

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 14/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started J a nGRE


1 3 practice
t h 2 0 1 7exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Convoke
SUPPORT LOG IN
Now he will ask congress to convoke a plebiscite on October 2nd to seek voters
approval.

Vi ew

Jan 12th 2017


Fervid

Mr Walesas most fervid opponents are not aging apparatchiks, but other men who
battled communism, s ...

Vi ew

Jan 11th 2017


Abeyance

With the euro crisis in abeyance, high oil prices have become the latest source of worry
for the wor ...

Vi ew

Jan 10th 2017


Occlude

Mars will be as far away as 370m kilometres in 2013, and occluded for two weeks by the
sun to boot.. ...

Vi ew

Jan 9th 2017


Nascent

Weakening the legislature in a nascent democracy will not fix corruption by itself.

Vi ew

Jan 6th 2017


Temperate

It can remain temperate in such a close orbit only because Proxima is a red dwarf, and
thus much coo ...

Vi ew

Jan 4th 2017


Turgid

It promotes a cult of personality around Mr Baghdadi. It churns out turgid propaganda


about repaired ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 15/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Jan 2nd 2017

Economist GRE Tutor Urbane


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Beneath its urbane surface all Mr Houghs music is, in one way or another, a crusade.
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Vi ew

SUPPORT LOG IN

Jan 1st 2017


Elucidate

One was from almost 600 people who had completed... a questionnaire intended to
elucidate the differ ...

Vi ew

Dec 31st 2016


Verbose

But in recent years they have become particularly verbose, bombarding consumers with
any small detai ...

Vi ew

Dec 30th 2016


Facetious

'More disturbing,' says Mr Hart, I didn't note that his column was facetious. In tone ...

Vi ew

Dec 29th 2016


Vapid

Mr Silver delighted in savaging commentators who relied on vapid clichs like


'momentum shifts& ...

Vi ew

Dec 28th 2016


Whet

But sham democracy often whets peoples appetite for the real thing.

Vi ew

Dec 27th 2016


Grovel

She writes...in the knowledge that some of these lovers will snoop into her diary to see
what she ...

Vi ew

Dec 26th 2016


Zeal

But it was his zeal in amassing land by borrowing heavily that gave him his edgeand
ultimately brou ...

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 16/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started D e cGRE


2 4 practice
t h 2 0 1 6exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Impetuous
SUPPORT LOG IN
The report holds many lessons, including for this newspaper, which supported the
invasion of Iraq: a ...

Vi ew

Dec 23rd 2016


Ersatz

As any computer scientist will tell you, creating an ersatz version of something in
software is inev ...

Vi ew

Dec 22nd 2016


Homage

Over the past year, numerous young directors have been paying gushing homage to the
movies which enc ...

Vi ew

Dec 21st 2016


Endemic

One of the mysteries of epidemiology is why Asia does not suffer from yellow fever. The
disease is e ...

Vi ew

Dec 20th 2016


Philistine

By choosing such an unimpeachably serious and artistic project as its first film
production, the co ...

Vi ew

Dec 19th 2016


Diatribe

CNN and other outlets were wrong to turn one disgruntled passengers Facebook diatribe
into headline ...

Vi ew

Dec 18th 2016


Vilify

Its publications and social-media accounts, however, have vilified Turkey ever since the
country dec ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 17/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Dec 17th 2016


Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Pastiche

Both enjoyed
GRE blogproducing small
Getting articlesGRE
started andpractice
pastiches, she forTaking
exams the college
the GREmagazine, he Vocabulary
GRE Daily
for avant-gard ...
SUPPORT LOG IN
Vi ew

Dec 16th 2016


Ambivalent

The first was a chronic lack of focus. Right from the start Yahoo was ambivalent about
whether it sh ...

Vi ew

Dec 15th 2016


Catharsis

...Robin Hanbury-Tenison, another British explorer, who is president of Survival


International, call ...

Vi ew

Dec 14th 2016


Oblique

'Fire at Sea' has been praised for offering an oblique, poetic alternative to a more conve
...

Vi ew

Dec 13th 2016


Egress

The government must 'protect passenger safety by mandating minimum seat pitch
standards to prec ...

Vi ew

Dec 12th 2016


Abjure

Since 1986 he has been asking candidates for public office to sign his Taxpayer
Protection Pledge, i ...

Vi ew

Dec 11th 2016


Sardonic

Ms Jefferson, it must be said, is a master of the arched-eyebrow, sardonic quip.

Vi ew

Dec 10th 2016

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 18/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Morose

Mr Macrons can-do political energy stands out in morose France, home to 10%
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE unemployment and growth ...

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams


Vi ew
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN

Dec 10th 2016


Myopic

They are also myopic, judging politicians economic management on the basis of only
the very recent ...

Vi ew

Dec 9th 2016


Foible

The elder Bongo had a gift for politics as outsized as his personality (among other
foibles, he like ...

Vi ew

Dec 8th 2016


Cacophony

In 1957 New Yorks subway contained a haphazard mishmash of fonts, both serif and
sans, and a typog ...

Vi ew

Dec 7th 2016


Acolyte

Critics refer to a cult of acolytes around a Great Leader, unwilling to challenge him
or engag ...

Vi ew

Dec 6th 2016


Impasse

The Catalan impasse is part of a wider Spanish gridlock. Elections on December 20th
splintered the p ...

Vi ew

Dec 5th 2016


Chauvinism

As recently as 2014, a biannual survey of right-wing attitudes in Germany found that


xenophobia, cha ...

Vi ew

Dec 4th 2016


Maelstrom

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 19/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
The execution of its leaders, as much as the Easter Rising itself, triggered a maelstrom of
events: ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Dec 3rd 2016
Listless

Ukraine is brimming with weapons and thousands of militiamen, angry with a corrupt
and listless gove ...

Vi ew

Dec 2nd 2016


Gerontocracy

But Muhammad bin Salman is not merely a young face in a gerontocracy; he is a dynamic
and apparently ...

Vi ew

Dec 1st 2016


Diurnal

People walk on two legs like most avian species. They are also largely diurnal and rely
upon sight ...

Vi ew

Nov 30th 2016


Neophyte

Mr Gioia also delves into musical theory, in a way that will help both jazz neophytes and
experts un ...

Vi ew

Nov 29th 2016


Burlesque

Madame JoJos, a burlesque bar in Londons Soho, had its licence revoked in 2014 after
two bouncers ...

Vi ew

Nov 28th 2016


Edify

Shows that revolve around women are so few and far between. The ones that exist are
expected not onl ...

Vi ew

Nov 27th 2016


Anodyne

The prospect of a day spent milling around... at the G20 summit this week, with nothing
to show for ...

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 20/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started N o vGRE


2 6 practice
t h 2 0 1 6exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Echelon
SUPPORT LOG IN
The social shock of the arrival of online education will be substantially greater if it
devours the ...

Vi ew

Nov 25th 2016


Monolithic

Four things have made Europe a harsher environment for the centre left: its own
success, structural ...

Vi ew

Nov 24th 2016


Barrage

Whatever the outcome of individual claims, the barrage of litigation will probably
prompt firms to a ...

Vi ew

Nov 23rd 2016


Compendium

He relies on a crowdsourced compendium of fishermens tales.

Vi ew

Nov 22nd 2016


Homogeneous

It also has proportionately more immigrants than almost anywhere else. Next to
London, famously cosm ...

Vi ew

Nov 21st 2016


Misanthropy

[Labour] did not fall into the traps of the old left: confusing individualism for
misanthropy...

Vi ew

Nov 20th 2016


Disingenuous

But shamelessly self-interested and probably contrary to his real views on the EU
though it is, the ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 21/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Nov 19th 2016

Economist GRE Tutor Austere


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Not all Western airports have austere arrival concourses la Heathrow; many have
GRE blog Getting startedeateries
GREand bars.exams
practice ... Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN Vi ew

Nov 18th 2016


Normative

...Japanese philosopher and merchant, Tominaga Nakamoto, who was highly critical of
the normative th ...

Vi ew

Nov 17th 2016


Hapless

By the 1970s, many fans argued that the spectacle of hapless pitchers feebly trying to
fend off blaz ...

Vi ew

Nov 16th 2016


Milieu

Armed with a view of themselves in a seething milieu of particles careening around a


stretchy space- ...

Vi ew

Nov 15th 2016


Grandiloquent

The authors give it a rather grandiloquent name: the desire 'to force destiny, to create
serend ...

Vi ew

Nov 14th 2016


Quibble

One can quibble with some of the detail; perhaps the labour market participation rate
can rise agai ...

Vi ew

Nov 13th 2016


Idyll

That might just persuade them to forgive the scriptwriters for the unwelcome disruption
to their rur ...

Vi ew

Nov 12th 2016

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 22/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Heterodox

Among those discriminated against for holding heterodox religious views, the Bahai
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE community continu ...

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams


Vi ew
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN

Nov 11th 2016


Reticence

Mr Harding is more comfortable with facts; with classic English reticence, he buries his
familys re ...

Vi ew

Nov 10th 2016


Opine

The voters may opine on the overarching principle but the voters cannot get involved in
the minutiae ...

Vi ew

Nov 9th 2016


Sobriquet

This provoked widespread debate about the role of intellectual property and earned him
the sobriquet ...

Vi ew

Nov 8th 2016


Nexus

Some chapters read like a thriller, because they offer a microscopic look at the
unwholesome nexus b ...

Vi ew

Nov 7th 2016


Droll

Karo Akpokiere, from Nigeria, will present a series of droll paintings inspired by the fast-
moving p ...

Vi ew

Nov 6th 2016


Salient

The reason for that emphasis may in part be because of the salient threat of terrorism...

Vi ew

Nov 5th 2016


Pyre

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 23/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
Yet Ms McInerney takes the story deeper, skilfully setting a funeral pyre 'for that
Ireland ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Nov 4th 2016
Syncopation

She dances an assortment of lissom steps, marvellously shedding shoes and socks as the
Beethoven fam ...

Vi ew

Nov 3rd 2016


Inchoate

For now the policy remains somewhat inchoate, but already free-market types are
worried.

Vi ew

Nov 2nd 2016


Panache

Second, a quick mind: he wrote with speed and panache, after strolling round leisurely
with a big ci ...

Vi ew

Nov 1st 2016


Depravity

He condemned the 'anarchical plutocracy' he lived in, scorning the depravity of modern
soc ...

Vi ew

Oct 31st 2016


Rococo

The building, which once served as the local town hall, boasts rococo wall carvings, a
statue of Pal ...

Vi ew

Oct 30th 2016


Quell

So the correct response is to...plump up the capital cushions of its vulnerable banks
with enough pu ...

Vi ew

Oct 29th 2016


Soporific

In the soporific heat you would be forgiven for thinking that time had forgotten the New
Jersey-size ...

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 24/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started O c tGRE


2 8 tpractice
h 2 0 1 6exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Loquacious
SUPPORT LOG IN
Edwina, Williamss mother, was judgmental, frigid and pious, but also as loquacious as
her husband w ...

Vi ew

Oct 27th 2016


Tyro

When he was a young tyro in Silicon Valley, his libertarian vision inspired many of his
business dec ...

Vi ew

Oct 26th 2016


Paucity

Yet the paucity of businesses is not due to a shortage of opportunities to make money.

Vi ew

Oct 25th 2016


Transgression

We can forgive most kinds of transgressionanger, adultery, avaricebut we cannot


forgive absurdity. ...

Vi ew

Oct 25th 2016


Fortuitous

Thanks to these sensible policies, and the fortuitous tailwind of higher productivity
growth, the ec ...

Vi ew

Oct 24th 2016


Wizened

His son, himself a wizened old man, is nonplussed by the news; he looks like an
eccentric, or maybe ...

Vi ew

Oct 23rd 2016


Pique

The Russians have responded with predictable piquejust as many refused to condemn
the violence of t ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 25/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Oct 22nd 2016

Economist GRE Tutor Sublime


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Yet life in the ocean can still mount sublime spectacles.
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Vi ew

SUPPORT LOG IN

Oct 21st 2016


Umbrage

Petro Poroshenko, Ukraines president, takes umbrage at charges that reforms are
lagging.

Vi ew

Oct 20th 2016


Volatile

The period from the 1940s to the 1970s, when governments took primary responsibility
for keeping eco ...

Vi ew

Oct 19th 2016


Panoply

'The panoply of restrictions results in greater disenfranchisement,' the ruling read, 


...

Vi ew

Oct 18th 2016


Inert

Americas founders, he argued, put their faith in reasoned discussion among citizens
and believed th ...

Vi ew

Oct 17th 2016


Savant

The more a society treats its businesspeople as hero savants based on their professional
successes, ...

Vi ew

Oct 16th 2016


Syntax

The three decided to record their reactions to Belindas not-particularly-erotic


escapades and the a ...

Vi ew

Oct 15th 2016


Terse

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 26/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
In a terse phone-call on Thursday night, President Barack Obama paused only briefly to
congratulate ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Oct 14th 2016
Canonical

The medium now mostly consists of recycling the same canonical works by European
men from centuries ...

Vi ew

Oct 13th 2016


Virulent

A more likely catastrophe, Mr Rawles believes, would be a pandemic virulent enough to


cause the brea ...

Vi ew

Oct 12th 2016


Quotidian

They are seers, and mystics unfettered by the quotidian, connecting with the divine and
reporting ba ...

Vi ew

Oct 11th 2016


Chronic

Pessimists think the productivity problem is chronic. Technological advances, they say,
are ever-les ...

Vi ew

Oct 10th 2016


Boor

End a sentence in a preposition, and there are still people who will think you a boor.

Vi ew

Oct 9th 2016


Treacherous

It sang of domineering men, treacherous women and the manly solace of tequila.

Vi ew

Oct 8th 2016


Vestige

He said this would remove a 'lingering vestige of the cold war.'

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 27/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Oct 7th 2016


Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Abscond

Just ordering a pizza requires faith... that the pizzeria will not abuse the customers
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
credit-card ...
SUPPORT LOG IN
Vi ew

Oct 6th 2016


Blithe

Mr Camerons government was too posh, too cocky, too blithe about globalisations
merits, too metrop ...

Vi ew

Oct 5th 2016


Coda

With distinct ballad, opera and hard rock sectionsand a pensive intro and coda, for
good measureth ...

Vi ew

Oct 4th 2016


Bucolic

General Electric... is now swapping its bucolic site for a collection of warehouses on the
Boston wa ...

Vi ew

Oct 3rd 2016


Altruism

Dr Decety is not the first to wonder, in a scientific way, about the connection between
religion and ...

Vi ew

Sep 30th 2016


Catalyst

Europe, which is where the global refugee regime began 65 years ago... will have to be
the catalyst ...

Vi ew

Sep 29th 2016


Aloof

Modern pursuers are not so lucky. Who pays? When can one text? Just how aloof should
one be?

Vi ew

Sep 28th 2016

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 28/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Blight

Yet the USFS predicts that within a couple of decades, because of slowing growth and
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE climate-related ...

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams


Vi ew
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN

Sep 27th 2016


Condone

Rashad Ali... argues that deradicalisation can be worse than useless if practitioners,
while condemn ...

Vi ew

Sep 26th 2016


Aberration

The Fed will probably need convincing that the latest labour-market report was an
aberration before ...

Vi ew

Sep 23rd 2016


Capricious

But there is a body of academic work that supports the idea that elections often misfire.
For one th ...

Vi ew

Sep 22nd 2016


Polemic

Marion Nestle's heavyweight polemic against Coca-Cola and PepsiCo comes at an odd
moment for th ...

Vi ew

Sep 21st 2016


Audacious

It was as audacious as any heist and yet unlikely material for a Hollywood blockbuster.

Vi ew

Sep 19th 2016


Bombastic

Cynics may ascribe Mr Rubios mild tone to the diverse population of his home state, and
the fact th ...

Vi ew

Sep 16th 2016


Prosaic

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 29/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
However, while it is large-scale evacuations at times of crisis that grab attention, the
biggest ris ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Sep 15th 2016
Frieze

A frieze on the wall of America's Supreme Court shows some of the great law-givers of
history, ...

Vi ew

Sep 14th 2016


Lacuna

This insane lacuna in the justice system reflects extreme systemic prejudice by drivers
against cycl ...

Vi ew

Sep 13th 2016


Recalcitrant

In a move that may test the mettle of recalcitrant Senate Republicans, Barack Obama
nominated Merric ...

Vi ew

Sep 12th 2016


Desultory

A glance at videos from the age presents spectacles far removed from todays tightly
drilled choreo ...

Vi ew

Sep 9th 2016


Epistemology

The only way to know for sure is to run the experiment (Mr Lind's exotic epistemology
notwithst ...

Vi ew

Sep 8th 2016


Galvanize

'The decay of American politics,' Mr Fukuyama writes, 'will probably continue until s ...

Vi ew

Sep 7th 2016


Soliloquy

Patrick Stewart, for instance, reworked Hamlets soliloquy as an ode to the letter B ('B
or not ...

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 30/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started S e pGRE


6 tpractice
h 2 0 1 6exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Mirth
SUPPORT LOG IN
A further proposal, to cut the salaries of senior public managers by 25%, has caused
both anger and ...

Vi ew

Sep 5th 2016


Hegemony

Yet if the hegemony of the dollar is unstable, its would-be successors are unsuitable.

Vi ew

Sep 2nd 2016


Supine

Last year Shinzo Abe, the prime minister, brought in a corporate-governance code
which...requires hi ...

Vi ew

Sep 1st 2016


Hermetic

More worryingly, there was a hermetic logic to them which, with the passions they
aroused, made it p ...

Vi ew

Aug 31st 2016


Nonplussed

And as usual, internet commenters seemed nonplussed by what seemed to be a


venerable institution (ie ...

Vi ew

Aug 30th 2016


Gossamer

Like a saintly relic, the gossamer threads that tie the two halves offer the promise of
miraculous h ...

Vi ew

Aug 29th 2016


Truculent

Mr Boehner, having abandoned his long battle with his partys truculent right-wingers
and announced ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 31/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Aug 26th 2016

Economist GRE Tutor Frenetic


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
Frenetic multi-taskingsurfing the web while watching TV while listening to musicis a
GRE blog Getting started formula for d ...
GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN Vi ew

Aug 25th 2016


Dictum

Sometimes the old army dictum 'Dont volunteer for anything' must be broken.

Vi ew

Aug 24th 2016


Opaque

But Mr Kim is so opaque and so little is known about how decisions come about in the
capital, Pyongy ...

Vi ew

Aug 23rd 2016


Vitriol

Given the vitriol that has followed the film since its inception, it does well simply not to
be a c ...

Vi ew

Aug 22nd 2016


Ebullient

And in Elon Musk, its ebullient boss, it has a figurehead whose relentless promotion has
quickly est ...

Vi ew

Aug 19th 2016


Iconoclast

He has overtaken Manuel Valls, the centre-left prime minister, as the lefts most
outspoken iconocla ...

Vi ew

Aug 18th 2016


Dyspeptic

Pity V.S. Naipaul: every couple of years or so the dyspeptic writer makes a
pronouncement so extreme ...

Vi ew

Aug 17th 2016


Circumspect

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 32/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor
'This is an area where we need to be extraordinarily careful and circumspect', he said.
&# ...
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Vi ew

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN
Aug 16th 2016
Lachrymose

This morning the world is not talking about a dubious song by the host, a lachrymose
speech or even ...

Vi ew

Aug 15th 2016


Ignoble

Moreover, by controlling the body he controlled the equally unruly mind, keeping it
pure from ' ...

Vi ew

Aug 11th 2016


Halcyon

In their halcyon days the mainstream parties used to share most of the vote between
them.

Vi ew

Aug 10th 2016


Fusillade

But thanks to poor communication, many saw it as Chinas first fusillade in a global
currency war.

Vi ew

Aug 9th 2016


Credulous

Supplements boast a unique trifecta: lax regulation, potent marketing and millions of
credulous cons ...

Vi ew

Aug 8th 2016


Harangue

State-run China Central Television (CCTV) has broadcast harsh criticisms of some
multinationals, inc ...

Vi ew

Aug 8th 2016


Winnow

Many lawmakers from both parties join Mr Obama in wishing to winnow Americas
overstuffed prisons.

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 33/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Vi ew

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE

GRE blog Getting started A u GRE


g 5 tpractice
h 2 0 1 6exams
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary
Paean
SUPPORT LOG IN
'It is the right that has inherited the ambitious modernist urge to destroy and innovate
in the ...

Vi ew

Aug 4th 2016


Xenophobia

Denk will not win more than a few seats in next years general election, but it is posing a
crucial ...

Vi ew

Aug 3rd 2016


Arbiter

The viewer is, ultimately, the arbiter of influence: either partaking in the objectification,
or act ...

Vi ew

Aug 2nd 2016


Daguerreotype

Indeed, the earliest applications of multimedia for remembrance were the post-mortem
daguerreotypes ...

Vi ew

Aug 1st 2016


Ascribe

He had spent years training to be a neurosurgeon; his doctor first ascribed his sharp
pains and dwin ...

Vi ew

Jul 29th 2016


Subpoena

Subpoenas issued by a federal grand jury earlier this year demanded that the Port
Authority hand ove ...

Vi ew

Jul 28th 2016


Bevy

Of the bevy of bullet points in Mr Obamas new package of executive actions, the most
consequential ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 34/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Jul 27th 2016


Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE Irascible

He survived,
GRE blog but some of started
Getting his contemporaries thought
GRE practice examsthat the accident
Taking the GREchanged
GREhis
Daily Vocabulary
personality from p ...
SUPPORT LOG IN
Vi ew

Jul 26th 2016


Plethora

Podcasts were facing fierce competition for audiences attention from a plethora of
other new digita ...

Vi ew

Jul 25th 2016


Coalesce

As they radiate away, the waves tend to coalesce to form two main shock waves.

Vi ew

Jul 22nd 2016


Lugubrious

The lugubrious strains of 'Heaven Knows Im Miserable Now' waft across a sunny beach
in Ac ...

Vi ew

Jul 21st 2016


Esoteric

The subjects at hand often sound esoteric, if not silly, but the questions may prove more
than merel ...

Vi ew

Jul 20th 2016


Vociferous

Ten weeks of ever-more vociferous argument, claims and counterclaims stretch between
now and June 23 ...

Vi ew

Jul 19th 2016


Itinerant

Her first America-set film is a freewheeling road movie in which an 18-year-old escapes
a dysfunctio ...

Vi ew

Jul 18th 2016

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 35/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Contrite

As the election results were coming in, a contrite Mr Turnbull took 'full responsibility'
Economist GRE Tutor
+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE ...

GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams


Vi ew
Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary

SUPPORT LOG IN

Jul 15th 2016


Malediction

And so on down the list of supposed malapropisms. 'You can observe a lot by watching,'
mea ...

Vi ew

Jul 14th 2016


Immutable

After all, whom institutions choose to celebrate and how they depict the past are
choices to be deba ...

Vi ew

Jul 13th 2016


Discordant

It represents an opening of musical trade routes between two often discordant sides of
the world.

Vi ew

Jul 12th 2016


Acerbic

Mr Zhang presented a friendly face in Hong Kong, prompting the Big Lychee, an acerbic
local blog, to ...

Vi ew

Jul 11th 2016


Ephemeral

One was Song Dong, just 19 and studying oil painting which he quickly abandoned. Now
he is known for ...

Vi ew

Jul 8th 2016


Adept

An abundance of clever peopleadept in English law as much as in financedraws in


banks, fund manage ...

Vi ew

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 36/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

Economist GRE Tutor


+1 (866) 292-0660 PLANS & PRICING GRE ADVICE
The Economist Group
GRE blog Getting started GRE practice exams Taking the GRE GRE Daily Vocabulary +1 (866) 292-0660
support@gre.economist.com
SUPPORT LOG IN

Plans & Pricing Support Contact Us Terms of Service Privacy Policy Corporate Sales More

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 37/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 38/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 39/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 40/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 41/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 42/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 43/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 44/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 45/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 46/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 47/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 48/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 49/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 50/51
4/23/2017 GREVocabulary|GREWordoftheDay|EconomistGRETutor

https://gre.economist.com/grevocabulary 51/51

Related Interests