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For further reference you can refer Barron’s GRE preparation book. Learning with the usage is the best way to improve your vocabulary. Hence usage is provided for some uncommon words. Aberration - deviation
Usage: survivors of a major catastrophe are likely to exhibit aberrations of behavior Access Acclivity Acronym Acumen Adage money. Adherence Adhesive Admonish Adversary - stick - bonding agent, glue, gum - usurp (reprove),warn - opposition, enemy - to approach - an upward slope Usage: car could not go up the acclivity in high gear. –abbreviation -exactness, mental keenness Usage: Her business acumen helped her to succeed. -proverb, wise saying Usage: There is much truth in the old adage about fools and their
Usage: He admonished his listeners to change their wicked ways. Usage: batman struggled to save the city from the villain’s wicked adversary. Affable Affinity Agrarian Alacrity alacrity. Alienate Aloofness - estrange (isolate), make hostile Usage: her attempts to alienate the two friends failed. – unfriendliness, remoteness, apart, reserved Usage: She remained aloof when all the rest conversed. - lovable, approachable - strong liking - related to agriculture - Eagerness, Readiness Usage: they packed up their ski gear and climbed into the van with
Ambiguity Amiable Annihilate Aplomb
- unknown - friendly - to destroy - Self-confidence, composure, poise
Usage: Owens’ aplomb in handling embarrassing moments was legendary Apparatus Asperity Assess Augury Avid Awry - appliance – roughness, severity, brusqueness, sharpness. Usage: These remarks spoken with asperity stung the boys - determine the amount or value - prediction, prophecy. Usage: he interpreted the departure of the birds as an augury of evil. - keen, eager Usage: he was avid for learning everything he could get. – skewed, crooked, wrong, twisted, distorted Usage: he held his head awry giving the impression that he had caught cold in his neck. Baffle Baleful Balmy Banal Baneful Behest Belated Belief Bilk Boisterous - Frustrate, perplex – threatening, deadly, menacing – mild, clement, pleasant, fragrant Usage: a balmy breeze refreshed us after the sultry blast . - Stale, Common place, Usual - Destructive, Harmful, cause of ruin Usage: Lucy’s little brother was the bane of her existence - request - too late Usage: belated birthday wishes - conviction - baffle, cheat, elude*seek, inquire Usage: Jim bilked his father in a property issue. - energetic, animated, violent, rough, noisy Usage: the unruly crowd became more boisterous when he tried to quiet them
complain. round about Usage: he had a circuitous approach towards the problem Claustrophobia .*guarded Usage: Jamie is basically candid . make frivolous Usage: I dislike the way you cavil about unimportant details.coax (wheedle – sweet talk) Usage: she wanted to cajole her father – inexperienced. . . Irritate Usage: his angry face indicated her choleric nature. insolent Usage: her brazen contempt for authority angered the officials. Modest.split. Rude Usage: she dismayed her friends by her churlish manners at the . State of not being married Usage: he was celibate throughout his life . carp. niggled.bold. Cruel. . .Pure. immature.Boorish. Cacophony –discordance. briny Usage: he found that only wells in the area were brackish. shameless. virginal Usage: he was chaste in doing the work. youthful Usage: he made fun of freshers as callow youths Candid Caprice Cargo Cavil objections Celibacy Chaste Chide Choleric Churlish party Circuitous .*melodiousness Usage: there was a great Cacophony after the ambush.fear Cleft . open.freight (load) – quibble. .salty.whim (impulse) Usage: she was an unpredictable creature acting on caprice.Scold Usage: the principal chided the student. crack –frank.Indirect in action or language.Hot Tempered. . split hairs. Cajole Callow .Chastity.Brackish Brazen .
mass of material sticking together Usage: in a conglomeration of miscellaneous statistics.to show sympathy . hold. . seize.salary . Truism. Usage: the coast guard tries to prevent contraband in US waters.group.knowledge . volatile Usage: he clutched the concept momentarily.Commonplace.incidentally . – force. Usage: The corpulent man resolved to reduce.crave (desire) -Suggest in addition to the fundamental meaning Usage: foreigners are unaware of the connotations of the words they Usage: Sita had full Cognizance about politics Usage: the criminal had shown no compunction for his crime Usage: she was still angry despite his conciliatory words. compel. commandeer Usage: the army confiscated all the Uranium Conglomeration .accompanying – illegal trade – fat.hold together .Usage: mountaineer grasps the edge of a cleft Cliché repetition Clutch Coerce Cognizance Cohere Coincident Compensation Compunction Conciliation Concur Confiscate .appropriate (to take charge).*let go. it was difficult to analyze a single area Connotation use.remorse (regret) -To make less angry or friendlier -acquiesce (accept) Usage: did u concur with the court’s decision? . Console Constituent Contraband Corpulent Covet . and phrase dulled in meaning due to Usage: school compositions are often marred by such clichés –grasp. pump . making someone to obey .
Credibility Dangle Debacle .*success Usage: September 11 attack was a greatest debacle – low necked.bare shoulders are again the vogue. . were hurt most by his defection from our cause. Depression. we left many decisions about the renovation to his discretion. slump in value .disaster. Despondent -hopeless. Dispel . Usage: A firm believer in old fashioned courtesy.dissipate (dismiss): Scatter Usage: The bright sunlight eventually dispelled the morning mist.Deflation. Devaluation.desertion Usage: The children. fall. it will depreciate.ability to common belief. Decomposable Defection . Diatribe – attack. criticism Usage: During the lengthy diatribe delivered by his opponent. catastrophe.rotten . humiliate.*cheerful Usage: Lampard looked despondent after he missed the goal Detrimental -Harmful Usage: The candidate’s acception of major financial contributions from a well-known racist ultimately proved detrimental to his campaign. Miss post deprecated the modern tendencies to address new acquaintances by their first names. dejected. he remained calm. Differential Discretion .*upgrade. quality of being credible . revealing Décolleté Usage: Fashion decrees that evening gowns be Décolleté this season.*stick up Usage: Kate’s dangling was pretty.feel and express disapproval Usage: If u neglect this property. .Feel and express disapproval of . – hang down. who had made him an idol. Degrade Deprecate Depreciation Deprecate -damage.having or showing or making use of .Prudence Usage: Because we trusted our architect’s judgment.. exalt .
. self-control Usage: Even the inevitable strains of caring for an ailing mother do not disturb Bea’s equanimity. the attempts of the abolitionists to emancipate the slaves were unpopular. and boom.follow Usage: What a holler would ensue if the people had to pay the minister as much to marry them.tallying on both sides Usage: No matter how bad the news is. calmness.Level of authority or responsibility –wipeout.hug (hold-cuddle) Usage: Robin Hood embraced him lovingly. make known. profound Usage: Unlike much Scholarly writing.hasten Usage: The more expeditious your response is. Usage: the IT industry dwindled in the early 21st century . increase.fitting proper. Equivocate . as they have to pay a lawyer to get them a divorce. stretching out. Expedient . . *protect Usage: the poachers effaced the fauna.act out.*conceal Usage: Jane divulged the truth before the highness.liberate Eliminate Emancipate Usage: At first.to reduce . desirable Usage: A pragmatic politician. above all Equivocate. decrease. Huizinga’s prose was entertaining as well as erudite. –decline. Expedite be. poise. Equanimity – composure. Erudite . Embrace Ensue .Distention Divulge Dwindle Echelon Efface . . swelling out –reveal. obliterate. the happier we will . she was guided by what was expedient rather than by what was ethical.wise.*incline. give it to us straight.
slyness. substance. Furtive . bow – general idea. Gauche . flashy. covered in glided panels. Gaudy – garish. wiliness Usage: A proud democrat. Florid florid. Genuflect Gist Guile – kneel. he refused to genuflect to any man.clumsy. cleverness. showy. your complexion will look -Liable to err Usage: Although I am fallible. halt . tomboyish jo felt gauche and out of place. Fluctuate Foil . essence – cunningness.Extraneous – irrelevant. colorful Usage: The newest Trump skyscraper was typically gaudy. Showy Usage: If u go to Florida and get sunburn. extravagant.Betty marvelled at their youthful energy. loud.Ornate. Felicitous – fortunate.wavering – frustrate. I feel confident that I am right this Usage: In the end Skywalker was able to foil Vader’s diabolical schemes. .stealthy (secret) Usage: Noticing the furtive glance the customer gave the diamond bracelet on the counter.skip Usage: Watching the children gambol in the park. luck Usage: He was famous for his felicitous remarks and was called upon to serve as master of ceremonies. Fuse Gambol -combine . unrelated Usage: No wonder Ted can’t think straight! His mind is so cluttered up with extraneous trivia. vulgar Usage: Compared to the sophisticated young ladies. Fallible time. Usage: Lago uses considerable guile to trick Othello into believing that Desdimona has been unfaithful. deviousness.
certainly . thing that encourages a person to do something – conflicting. – image.to pile (collect) Usage: This year’s entering class is a heterogeneous body. Hidebound High handed Hover Icon Ignorance . *abandon Usage: his incontinence is his strength. hinder. imperious . herald Usage: Christ was a perfect harbinger. Indulgent Usage: jay’s mom was excessively indulgent.linger (stay close) Usage: The police helicopter hovered above the accident. Impugn -question. Heap . *facilitate Usage: growth in cognizance should not be hampered Harbinger -fore runner. hopeless Usage: Though widow Douglass hoped to reform Huck. accured Usage: he was indigenously gifted with poetic thoughts. incompatible. famous.habitual. unreliable. Miss Watson pronounced him incorrigible. it was an inept combat that ever took place.non-similar things Illustrious –distinguished.Hamper -basket. Indubitably . dispute *reply.*obscure Usage: Billy G is a very illustrious person.spur. inexpert. symbol . contradictory. willpower. . she bought him every computer game in the market. *competent Usage. emblem. doubt. idol. *alien. Incentive Inconsistent incoherent Incontinent -self-restraint. persistent. *broadminded – dominant. – undoubtedly. inborn.narrow-minded. Indignity –native. Inept –incompetent. Incorrigible .Obliging Usage: Auditioning for the chorus lines.blindness or inexperience Heterogeneous . trust Usage: the committee impugned my work’s accuracy. inveterate. Molly was an indubitable hit.
*starve Usage: Clara was inundated with joy –annoying. irritating:*pleasant Usage: Bert is an irksome creature -carefree. embargo Usage: Civilized nations must interdict the use of nuclear weapons.Over emotional.lack of vitality.essential Usage: Although my Grandmother’s china has little intrinsic value. -To make changes or introduce new things . Intrinsic . frailty. *health.engaging in a law suite Usage: Try to settle this amicably. Interdict Intermittent – prohibit. -Externally stopping and then starting Usage: The outdoor wedding reception had to be moved indoor to avoid the intermittent showers.*bright Usage: Don’t be a lackluster Latent Latitude . Manifestation Mawkish -clear or obvious .incite Innovation Instigate Usage: Sir Toby sets out to instigate a quarrel between Sir Andrew and Cesario.flood. weepy .Inert Infirmity . dull.passive –illness. Lethargy Litigation -stupor (lazy) . supple. veto.potential -scope Usage: I think you have permitted too much latitude to your son in this matter. injunction. Inundate Irksome Jaunty . overwhelm.*troubled Usage: Tery is a jaunty chap. Usage: it was his infirmity. I do not want to start any litigation. I will cherish it. Lackluster . cheerful. which caused his failure. bar.
*comprehend Usage: that was the best way to avoid misapprehension. dull. soothe Usage: The Airline customer service representative tried to mollify the angry passenger by offering her seat in first class. monotonous. Usage: the father revealed the will in his moribund. tenuous Mundane .transform Usage: The Metamorphosis of catterpillar to butterfly is typical of any such changes in animal life. Momentary . dying. -innocent. pacify. stuffy Usage: The attic was dark and musty. Usage: His misanthropism is killing him. well. stale.Transient Moribund -declining.pessimist. Oliver Twist asked for more. make less intense.*philanthropist. greater leniency* Usage: Joshua is good at mitigating circumstances – placate. Misery Mitigate Mollify .Usage: Whenever Gigi and her boy friend would sigh and get all lovey-dovey. Misanthrope .gay Metamorphosis . calm. moldy. Melee -Fight. appease.Appease. hazy. dreary Usage: Tom talked only of mundane matters such as daily weather forecast Musty Naive Nebulous – mildewed. fusty.distress . delusion. Menial Merry – unskilled. rustic – vague. Meager -Scanty Usage: Still hungry after a meager serving of porridge. rank. Combat Usage: The captain tried to ascertain the cause of the melee that had broken out among the crewmembers. conciliate.*thriving. Mulch -covering. cynic. protection. her little brother would shout protesting their mawkish behavior. unformulated. Misapprehension –misunderstanding. insulation*unprotected Usage: there was excellent mulch over the clandestine resources – ordinary. boring .
*correspondence Usage: terry& john got tangled in a paradox. contradiction.discuss or bargain . bother* to please Usage: he was nettling me for a long time. Omniscience – knowing all Usage: I do not pretend to be omniscient. Usage: The removal of American political support appeared to have prepicitated the downfall of the Marcos regime. Usage: obesity is fatal Obloquy –censure. Pillage Pithy Ponderous – steal. and plunder Usage: The enemy pillages the quiet village and left it in ruins. but I am positive about this fact. Paradox . Conventional or superstitious -applause Usage: Dravid received a standing ovation for his match-saving Usage: I belong to an orthodox family.*under weight.Strong – heavy. nebulous proposal Negotiate Nettle Obese . his jokes were always ponderous.annoy. –fat. absurdity. Postulate Precipitate -frame a theory .inconsistency. and not some lazy. .art of judging characters from facial characteristics Usage: Hendry is good at Physiognomy.obvious Usage: According to a U. . Overt . intelligible business plan.to repeat -.S constituition a person must commit an overt act before being tried. cumbersome Usage: His humor lacked the light touch. Penitence Physiognomy . tedious. loot. disgrace.*praise Usage: that was a worst political obloquy.Usage: Sam and Paul tried to come up with a clear. Orthodox Ovation knock.Quicken. over weight. .
dreamy. unworkable schemes to save the world. Quixotic – idealistic. reject. isn’t it a bit pretentious of you to wear yours ? Profound – deep. stubborn Usage: Which animal do you think as more recalcitrant. impracticable Usage: Constantly coming up with a quixotic. Usage: Britain repudiated the treaty with the allied powers. Renounce Repartee Reprobate . thoughtful. Repudiate . weighty. unrealistic. word play . Opposite . . Pretentious -ostentatious (affected) Usage: The other prize winner isn’t wearing her medal .Disown.reject – banter. philosophical. Simon has his heart in the right place. Recalcitrant mule? Reciprocal Relevance Relish Remiss -Reverse. disobedient. reflective. the guard was accused of being remiss in the duty. accept. but his head is somewhere off. intense. restless. joking.Degenerate Usage: Lord Rama renounced his title and went to exilation. Restiveness –fidgety.Preparation Preponderant -act of preparing -superiority of power or quality Usage: The rebels sought to overcome the preponderence of strength of government forces by engaging in guerilla tactics. negligent Usage: When the prisoner escaped. savor Usage: I thought “now there is a man who relishes the good dinner!” – careless. – unruly.quality of being relevant – enjoy. Usage: Frued’s remarkable insights into human behavior caused his fellow scientists to honour him as a profound thinker. * approve. a pig or a Usage: I cannot understand why he has so many admirers if he is the reprobate you say he is. casual Usage: restiveness proves one to be impotent. obstinate. romantic.*calm.
stubbornness. stop Usage: The debacle tarried in the hearts of every American .Lara gave up trying to stifle her yawns Subside subside.excessive Usage: There are surplus amount of water in North than in South. *stay. the runners slackened their . suppress. . .remain. urge. clear-headedness.*forward. Spurious – false.persistence. Slack pace.beseech (seek). Surplus Tantamount Tarry Tenacity . relaxed Usage: As they passed the finish line.Equivalent . seamy -Surrender Usage: Constantly frawning on his employer.suffocate. seriousness:* flippancy Usage: his sobriety is his inherent strength. fake Usage: The hero of Jonathan gash’s mystery novels is an antique dealer who gives the reader advice on how to tell spurious antique from the real.produce artificially resembling an existing one Usage: She simulated insanity in order to avoid punishment for her Usage: Knowing she needed to have a solid majority for the budget to pass the mayor telephoned all the members of the city council to solicit their votes. Scrutiny Seedy Servility -close examination – sleazy.backward. improving Usage: teachers must not retrograde students.Retrograde . to request . and choke Usage: Halfway through the boring lecture.loose. linger. Sobriety Solicit . humble Uriah heep was a servile creature. regressive.* irresolution Usage: tom has a tenacious character -wane (drop) Usage: THe doctor assured us that the fever would eventually . Simulate crime. Stifle .abstemiousness.
orphan*lawful Usage: he is a waif (lawbreaker) Whet Whimsical -sharpen Usage: The odours from the kitchen are whetting my appetite. the princess vacillated. Veer . whimsical man who takes notion to dress up as women so that he can look after his children. saying now one. reprimand. -fanciful.serene (calm) -Semi transparent. chide.stray. Usage: We would not recognize the people in the next room because of the translucent curtains that separated us. reprove Use: He admonished his listeners to change Synonyms Terrible. its hunger is never satisfied. ellipsis.Quantity Usage: A caftan is a voluminous garment. miserly. Approve . greedy . appalling. usurp Antonyms Superb Usage: The wolf is a voracious animal. quirky. ungraceful. Vacillate . -Ever changing Usage: The political scenario today is extremely volatile. Bottomless Use : His arrogance is exceeded only by his abysmal ignorance n. capricious Usage: In Mrs. Contraction. – avid.diverge Usage: After what seemed at eternity .undecided or dilemma Usage: Uncertain which suitor she ought to marry . very bad. Reprove.Tranquille Translucent . Ungainly – clumsy. Word Abysmal acronym admonish Meaning Adj.now the other. dreadful. A word formed by the initial letters of a multi-word name v. gawky Usage: If you want to know whether Nick’s an ungainly dancer.the wind veered to the east and the storm abated. * opaque. . awkward. unusual. hunger. awful. inelegant. the hero is a playful. Virulent Volatile Volume Voracious Waif -Poisonous.Doubtfire. warn strongly. check out my bruised feet. mean. rebuke. Dangerous Usage: King cobra is very virulent.
Circumspect their wicked ways v. assiduousness. the act of placating n. v. wood. avaricious. stealthy. secret or hidden. desirous. guarded. ability to adjust action to circumstances Use: Use your discretion in this matter and do not discuss the matter with anyone. suggestion. careful. volition Disperse reckless Incitement Open Covetous Generous. concealed. Use: She tried always to be circumspect n. Use:By their use of the internet. acumen. eagerly desirous of Use: The child was covetous by nature and wanted to take the toys belonging to his classmates v. subtext. care and perseverance in carrying out tasks. unbending. underground. Clandestine. A body of troops arranged in a line Conciliation Connotation covert Cutious. Level. sagacity. Investigation before acting. painstakingness Prudence. cause to vanish Use: The bright sunlight eventually dispelled the morning mist v. a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something Use: Investigations of CIA reveal that such covert operations can get out of control Adj. propagandists. wariness. the act of spreading something. belittle. height Flexible echelon . deprecated the modern tendency to address new acquaintances by their first names. overtone. caution. vigilant. meticulousness. temperate Approve Deprecate Diligence Laziness. deplore. inflexible. express disapproval of. thicket envious. Adj. have been able to disseminate their pet doctrines to new audiences around the globe Adj. predilection. Hard-working. drive away. rank. Appeasement. condemn. Dogmatic Arbitrary. protest against. denigrate. diffusion. Opening to public discussion or debate. Use : Her employers were greatly impressed by her diligence and offered her a partnership in the firm n. conscientiousness. prudent. undertone. propagation. censure. stratum. judicious. Use: Foreigners frequently are unaware of the connotations of the words they use. authoritarian. doctrinal. Suggested or implied meaning of an expression. jealous. n. carelessness. copse. pacification. belittle Use: A firm believer of old-fashioned courtesy. wary. scatter. not openly practiced or vowed n. Miss Post. negligence Indiscretion Discretion dispel Attract Disseminatio n Broadcasting. decry. implication. Opinionated Use: We tried to discourage him from being so dogmatic. greedy Denounce. but nothing could convince him that his opinions might be wrong n. propitiation Nuance.
omen. autonomy. potent. Use: I Know I am fallible. Adj. weak. extenuate. palliate Assorted. freedom. renounce. retain. implore. A force that moves something along. yield Use: once you get used to fringes like expense account meal and company car. room. who produced as meany as three books a years v. mollify. symptom. solicit Grant . Multicolored or mixed Use: he wore a motley tunic. abundant. shameful inertia Intermittent Alternating. dissimilar. but not presently evident or realized Use: Polaroid pictures are popular at the parties because you can see the latent photographic image gradually appear before your eyes n. Adj. homogenous. scarce Vanquish. it is very difficult to relinquish them v. fecund Surrender. seek Use: The Imperfect. diversed. abandon. unsound. embryonic. forerunner v. Periodic Use: The outdoor wedding reception had to be shifted indoor to avoid the intermittent showers that fell on and of all afternoon. expression. fore shadow or presage Use: The crocus is an early harbinger of spring Adj. thoughtful with a hint of sadness Use: The pensive lover gazed at the portrait of his beloved and sighed deeply. Overt Latitude Manifestation Leeway. give up something with reluctance. Importune. sporadic Constant Latent Dormant. Brooding. famous Momentum. mitigate motley Appease. undeveloped. Potentially existing. mixed. incentive. Liable to err. meditative. demonstration. indication Use: Mozart’s early attraction to the harpsichord was the first manifestation of his pronounced musical bent v. Widely known and esteemed n. Abundantly fruitful Use: She was a prolific writer. assuage. suppressed. motivation Perfect Inglorious. thrust.fallible Harbinger illustrious impetus Adj. an indication of the approach of something or someone. Aggrevate. red and green and blue and gold all patched together haphazardly Adj. outward demonstration. request earnestly. alleviate. contemplative Productive. freedom from narrow limitations Use: I think you have permitted your son too much latitude in this manner n. mortal. pondering. wellknown. frail. but I feel confident that I am right this time n. herald. cede. Forerunner. allay. Memorable. Dreamily thoughtful. stimulus Use: A new federal highway program would create jobs and will give added impetus to our economic recovery Adj. rope Sign. lessen or try to lessen the seriousness or extent of Use: Nothing he could do to mitigate her anger. repudiate. monochrome pensive prolific relinquish Unproductive . she refused to forgive him Adj. exacerbate Uniform. liberty.
passionate. v. extinguish.tractable veer Vehement Caprice stifle concur lethargy Furtive efface Pretentious Compunction Mayor telephoned all the member of the city council to solicit their votes Adj. easily managed. Agre. whim. she had a stubborn streak of independence v. never taking thought of consequences v. a feeling of deep regret (usually of some misdeed) Use: The judge was especially sever in his sentencing as the criminal had shown no compunction for his heinous crime crave.. suppress. reluctance. clandestine Let out Conflict. inhibit Use: Halfway through the boring picture. hesitation. Use: She was an unpredictable creature. overambitious Use: The other prize winner isn’t wearing her medal. Apathetic Whim. asphyxiate. Ostentatious. restrain. isn’t it a bit pretentious of you to wear yours? n. secret and sly or sordid Use: noticing the furtive glance the customer gave the diamond bracelet on the counter. Obedient. assent. conceited Engrave Down-toearth Regret. a sudden desire. Docile. strangle. with marked vigor Use: He became so Vehement in describing what had happened with him that he started jumping up and down n. suffocate. resist Get-up-andgo open Obliterate. acting on caprice. notion Smother. intensely emotional. harmonize. wellmannered Disobedient. susceptible to suggestion Use: Although Susan seemed to be a tractable young woman. wipe out or make dim Use: The coin had been handled so many times that its date had been effaced Adj. guilt. repress. making unjustified claims. acquiesce Stupor. quirk. choke. dutiful. indolence. agree Use: Did you concur with the decision of the court or did you find it unfair? v. eradicate. Forceful. change in direction Use: After what seemed to be en eternity. weariness Surreptitious. the jeweler wondered whether he had a potential shoplifter in his hands v. Intended to attract notice and impress others. curb. pompous. qualm. stealthy. sneaky. beseech. Laura gave up trying to stifle he yawns. fancy. intractable Turn. coincide. . fad. swerve Fervent. impulse. lack of vitality or energy Use: A complete days work left him in a state of lethargy Adj. the wind veered to the east and the storm abated Adj. scruple.
to congregate PIOUS a. establish e. motivate c. to display RAPT a. concealed c. profound d. relapse e. insightful c. prototype e. engrossed d. obstacle c. to repulse c. to combine e. to pile b. freight e. multiple d. liberate d. authoritative LETHARGY a. to console d. None of these ABODE a. make a cavity b. dwelling d. inflection TO HEAP a.ACUMEN a. command c. category c. devout c. cabbage b. contribute d. camel c. relieve e. to forbid c. latent b. to dissent c. lance d. hysterical c. mollify . fortunate e. consistency c. to proceed d. to distort d. impartiality c. fallacy d. to harass b. artistic d. to beguile POTENTIAL a. unromantic b. symmetrical e. popular d. dampen e. humiliate d. to disfigure e. unanimity e. simplify e. control FLORID a. behavior b. None of these TO CONFISCATE a. advice b. ornate b. distemper ORDAIN a. amplitude c. to appropriate e. isolate c. free c. to embrace b. humorous c. stimulate b. frustrate DISPARITY a. stupor CARGO a. precipice d. potential c. attractive d. terminate b. thriving c. hold down c. clay b. enlargement d. elegant e. bluntness e. unfairness d. usage TO DISPEL a. displease c. None of these MORTIFY a. liking b. to devote c. conventional d. to share e. None of these INCENTIVE a. exactness b. coax b. arrange b. None of these BEHEST a. lively b. steady e. to deserve d. inculate d. prudence b. flax PENITENCE a. to dissipate b. unknown TO MERIT a. reflex b. condemn DISCRETION a. conscientious EXTRICATE a. bind e. to stoop CAJOLE a. inequality b. penetrable e. disturbance e. hold up d. murder ADAGE a. to dissect ERRATIC a. advantage e. historic b. proverb c. twist e. shrewdness d. compunction WHET a. reminiscence b.
terrible (i) SLIGHT (ii) DEEP (iii) ILLUSTRIOUS (iv) PROLIFIC 3. ABYSMAL . nourish SYNONYMS: 1. CIRCUMSPECT (i) CONDITION (ii) INSPECT (iii) CAUTIOUS (IV) RECKLESS 2. segment c. oration b. DILIGENT – hardworking. meticulous.d. scope b. globule d. immunize c. reproduce e.. emulation d. penury b. escutcheon LATITUDE a. lamentation e.(iii)……(iv)…… 4. careful (i) INTELLIGENT (ii)….VEHEMENT (i) PASSIONATE (ii) CONFESY (iii) NOISY (iv) MOQULIS 5) IMPETUS (i) CONNECT (ii) CRUCIAL (iii) STIMULUS (iv) IMMEDIATE 6) ACRONYM (i) ABBREVIATION (ii) SIMILAR 7) DISSEMINATE (i) FORECAST (ii) SPREAD (iii) BRANSP 8) HARBINGER (i) NAVAL (ii) UNCOMMON (iii) FORE RUNNER (iv) GLORY ANTONYMS: 1) TRACTABLE (i) OBJECTIONABLE (ii) ENJOYABLE (iii) ADAPTABLE (iv) OBSTINATE 2) COVERT (i) MANIFEST (ii) INVISIBLE (iii) SCARED (iv) ALTER 3) PENSIVE (i) REPENTENT (ii) SAD (iii) THOUGHTLESS (iv) CARELESS 4) MITIGATE (i) AGGRAVATE (ii) RELIEVE (iii) ELEMINATE (iv) EXHUMAN 5) DIVERGENT (i) CONTRARY (ii) COMING TOGETHER (iii) CONVERSANT (iv) CONTROVERSY 6) DOGMATIC (i) SCEPTICAL (ii) RESILIENT (iii) STUBBORN (iv) SUSPICIOUS 7) CLUTCH (i) HOLD (ii) GRAB (iii) RELEASE (iv) SPREAD 8) MOTLEY (i) BULKY (ii) SPECKLED (iii) HOMOGENEOUS (iv) DIFFERENT 9) RELINQUISH (i) PURSUE (ii) VANQUISH (iii) DESTROY (iv) DEVASTATE 10) TRANSIENT (i) PERMANENT (ii) REMOVED . legislature e. incisions OVATION a. industrious. applause e. fertilize d. gesture c. provocation e. evade OVULATE a.
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