B ± High Frequency GRE Words Badger (v) - To pester. Baleful (adj.) - Malignant. Befog (v) - To confuse. Belie (v) - To misrepresent.

Belligerent (adj.) - Manifesting a warlike spirit. Benevolence (n) - Any act of kindness or well-doing. Benign (adj.) - Good and Kind at heart. Benison (n) - Blessing. Bereave (v) - To make desolate with loneliness and grief. Beseech (v) - To implore. Blasé (adj.) - Sated with pleasure. Browbeat (v) ± To overwhelm, or attempt to do so, by stern, haughty, or rude address or manner. Bulwark (n) - Anything that gives security or defense. Bumptious (adj.) - Full of offensive and aggressive self-conceit. A collection of some tough GRE words Ballyhooed - very much excited Balmy - fairly warm and pleasant Baronial - large old fashioned and impressive Beatific - expression of great happiness and calmness Barnstorming ² energetic, very exciting Bash - party or celebration Beguiling - charming and attractive Benign - kind, gentle and harmless Blandly - calmly and quietly Blatant ± open or very obvious Blithe - cheerful Boisterous - noisy, lively and energetic Bonny - attractive and nice Brazen - to be very bold Buoyed - more cheerful and optimistic Bash - attack, hit: criticize Battered - old and poor

Bawdy)- humorous Bawl - shout :cry Bedraggled - untidy: dirty Befuddle ± confuse Beholden - in debt Belabor - hit hard and repeatedly Beleaguer- oppress, harass; besiege Belligerent-hostile and aggressive Bemuse - Confuse Benighted ~ unfortunate Berk - stupid or irritating Berserk - crazy, out of control Besotted - seem silly or foolish Bestial ~ very unpleasant or disgusting Bilious - unpleasant and rarer disgust Bizarre - very odd and strange Bland - rather dull and unexciting Blasphemous ² disrespectful of God Blather - to speak unimportant things Bleak - bad, unlikely to improve Bleary-dull, tired Bleat - to speak in a weak and high voice Blight-spoil Blimey - surprise Blissful- totally unaware Bolshy - very angry Brawl - to fight in a very rough wild way Brickbat- very insulting remark Brittle - hard but easily broken Bruised - unhappy or upset Brusque ~ curt and offhand in manner Buccaneering - unscrupulous Bucolic - related to countryside Bulbous - fat and bulging Bumbling - confused, disorganized Bumpkin - uneducated and stupid Bushed - tired Bustled- hurried Balk (baulk) - to shirk, to frustrate Baloney ² foolish and wrong Bamboozle - confuse greatly Banal - ineffective, uninteresting Bandy- argue or exchange words Belligerent- hostile and aggressive Barrack - interrupt

disapprove Bridle .conventional Budge . harsh. Confidant (n) ± One to whom secrets are entrusted 31. or discordant sound or combination of sounds or tones 3. Conciliate (v) ± To obtain the friendship of 28.to be most powerful and important Bide . Caustic (adj.hurt and disappoint. Chagrin (n) ± Keen vexation.complicated and elaborate Banausic .) ± Straightforward 9. Choleric (adj.) ± Hypercritical 13. Cacophony (n) ± A disagreeable. Callow (adj. as at one¶s failures or errors 18. conceited Bestride .) ± Agreeable 26. Condescend (v) ± To come down voluntarily to equal terms with inferiors 29.to provide financial resources Baroque .possession or expression of prejudice Bitch -disapprove Blanch . Calumny (n) ± Slander 8.) ± Contributing to an end 30. Clement (adj. annoyance.demand Bellow-shout angrily Bemoan ~ to express sorrow or Berate . Confiscate (v) ± To appropriate (private property) as forfeited to the public use or treasury 32.hurt Bay .approximate Bandwagon .) ± Taking notice 24.) ± Without experience of the world 7. Bissextile ± leap year Brobdingnagian ± huge.hit with fist Bigotry . Compunction (n) ± Remorseful feeling 27. immense.dislike Brash . Captious (adj.abundant Bourgeois .) ± Easily provoked to anger 19.move slightly Ballpark . Clairvoyance (n) ± Intuitive sagacity or perception 20. Complacent (adj.) ± Urgent in complaint or demand 21. Castigate (v) ± To punish 15.speak angrily Bereft . Conformable (adj. Carnage (n) ± Massacre 14. Conducive (adj.fashionable or popular Bankroll . Bewail ± to express great sorrow Biff .restrain Bumptious ² very proud. Cognizant (adj. Cajole (v) ± To impose on or dupe by flattering speech 5.) ± Compassionate 23. Caitiff (adj.) ± Harmonious . Catastrophe (n) ± Any great and sudden misfortune or calamity 16.deprived Betray .wait for a good opportunity Bountiful . Callosity (n) ± The state of being hard and insensible 6. Caprice (n) ± A whim 12.)-Cowardly 4. Canon (n) -Any rule or law 11. river etc.) ± Sarcastic and sever 17. Candid (adj. Clandestine (adj) ± Surreptitious 22. Candor (n) ± The quality of frankness or outspokenness 10. gigantic C ± High Frequency GRE Words 1. or mortification. materialistic Barmecide ² illusory.) ± Pleased or satisfied with oneself 25.Batter. imaginary Bight ± a curve or recess in a coastline.uncultivated. Complaisant (adj. Clamorous (adj. Cabalism (n) ± Superstitious devotion to one¶s religion 2.

behave very noisily 8. Clannish ± unfriendly 38. Consign (v) ± To entrust 37. Chastening ± punishing. or to good-fellowship in eating or drinking 43. Chivalrous ± polite.cheerful and lively 4. Clammy. Circumvent ± evade. Coruscating ± lively intelligent and impressive 26. Choleric ± easily angered 34. dissatisfaction 21.) ± Rebellious 41.) ± Having kindred character or tastes 34. Coercive ± compelling 42.) ± Plenteous 44. Cringe ± feel embarrassed and disgusted 44. Chagrined ± disappointed and annoyed 32. Copious (adj. Cocooned ± isolated and protected 22. Coarsen ± to become less polite 4.) ± Not predictable 39. Conjecture (n) ± A guess 35. Consternation ± feeling of anxiety or fear 2. Contingent (adj. Contrite (adj.) ± Guilty 46. Convivial (adj. Crabby-bad tempered and unpleasant 3. Caustic ± extremely critical or cruel 12. Clandestine ± kept secret 14. Circuitous ± complicated 12. Cosset ± pamper and protect of strong. disciplining 33. Coltish ± energetic and out of control 7. Catastrophic ± disasters 10. Concussed ± loose consciousness or become sick 1. bad-tempered 35. disobey 36. Commiserate ± to show sympathy of pity 25. Cloying ± unpleasant. Cognitive ± able to know or perceive 24. Cheeky ± slightly rude or disrespectful 16. Crass ± stupid and non-considerate 43. Chapped ± dry cracked and sore 14. Convalesce (v) ± To recover after a sickness.unpleasantly sticky 13. kind and unselfish 19. Chafe ± feel annoyed 31. Cavil ± criticize and object 30. Chubby ± rather fat 17. confused. Clamorous ± loud. Clement ± pleasantly mild an dry 6. Chaotic ± disorderly and confusingly 13.) ± Exhibiting moral skepticism. Churlish ± unfriendly. Catatonic ± unable to move or respond 11.33. Convivial ± pleasant friendly and relaxed 9. Cot ± not genuine 41.of poor quality 5. Cloistered ± sheltered. Churning ± moving about violently 11. Clustered ± friendly. criticize 29. self satisfied 15. Castigate ± to speak angrily. Cynical (adj. Callous ± very cruel 7. Crummy. A collection of some tough GRE words 1.) ± Devoted to feasting. Cutesy-to dislike someone 46. Clunky ± heavy and rather awkward 3. 42. Chauvinistic ± pompous. Corrigible (adj.) ± Broken in spirit because of a sense of sin 40. Carouse. Cliquey ± unfriendly 39. Consecrate ± officially declared holy 8. Claustrophobic ± uncomfortable and unhappy 1. Cranky-strange and eccentric 4. Cataclysmic ± unpleasant 9. Congenial (adj. Chic ± fashionable and sophisticated 18. Circumscribed ± restricted 47. Cavort ± Jump or run about playfully 3. Curt-reply in a brief rude manner 45. Contiguity (n) ± Proximity 38. Culpable (adj. Contumacious (adj. too sentimental 2. Candor ± honesty or openness 2. Capricious ± changeable 28. close. Choreographed ± natural but arranged 20. Chuffed ± very pleased 5. Cogent ± Convincing 23. Churn ± feel sick 10. Chipper. Connive (v) ± To be in collusion 36. 27. noisy 37. Concatenation ± one after another 48.) ± Capable of reformation 45. Calamitous ± very unfortunate or serious 6. Concomitant ± happen at the same time . secluded 40.

Coeval. Coetaneous. Callow ± inexperienced 55. Colloquium ± an academic conference or Seminar 1. Desperado (n) ± One without regard for law or life 24. Cognizant-aware 64.) ± Delightful to the taste or to the senses 11. Delectable (adj. Catholicon ± a universal remedy 68.a conqueror D ± High Frequency GRE Words 1.49. Deplorable (adj. Desultory (adj. Cicerone ± a guide who gives information to Sight seers 1. Devious (adj.) ± Having gentle or courteous bearing or manner 4. or loss 29. Deign (v) ± To deem worthy of notice or account 9. but denies supernatural revelation 10. Certitude ± certainly 60. Debonair (adj. precision. Coherent. simultaneous 4. Defray (v) ± To make payment for 7. Deify (v) ± To regard or worship as a God 8.) ± Open to ridicule 22. Contrite ± feel sorry 51. Decipher (v) ± To find out the true words or meaning of.contemporary. Descry (v) ± To discern 23. Conflate ± made one by joining 50. Cheverel ± pliable. Despotism (n) ± Any severe and strict rule in which the judgment of the governed has little or no part 26. depreciation. Clerisy ± learned people as a body. Coquettish ± playful and attractive 52. Delirious (adj. with hope for the opposite 20. Categorical ± definite and firm 57. Darkling (adv.) ± Contemptible 18. scholars 2. Despicable (adj. Denunciation (n) ± The act of declaring an action or person worthy of reprobation or punishment 17.twilight 54. Chary ± cautious 61. Coalesce ± to form one whole 3. Cohesive ± united 66. Decoy (n) ± Anything that allures. Cerebral ± intellectual rather than emotional 59. Dexterity (n) ± Readiness.) ± Contemptible 25. Capacious ± spacious 56. Cogitate ± think deeply 63. or is intended to allure into danger or temptation 6. Demeanor (n) ± Deportment 15. Derelict (adj. Crepuscular. Cower ± frightened and uncomfortable 53. Destitute (adj. Conquistador.of the same age 5. Detriment (n) ± Something that causes damage. Dastard (n) ± A base coward.) ± Blindly 2. 3. and become liquid by absorption of moisture from the air 12. Cachinnate ± to laugh loudly 67. Deliquesce (v) ± To dissolve gradually. Deprecate (v) ± To express disapproval or regret for.connected 65. Delude (v) ± To mislead the mind or judgment of 14. Derisible (adj.) ± Not connected with what precedes 28.) ± Out of the common or regular track 31. yielding 69. Cathartic ± laxative 58.) ± Neglectful of obligation 21. Coddle ± cherish and protect carefully 62. Deprave (v) ± To render bad. Denizen (n) ± Inhabitant 16. Detrude (v) ± To push down forcibly 30. especially morally bad 19. efficiency.) ± Raving 13.) ± Poverty-stricken 27. Deist (n) ± One who believes in God. as something hardly legible 5. and ease in any physical activity or in any mechanical work .

Diffidence (n) ± Self-distrust 36. Dotty ± strange or mad 28.useless or of poor quality 30. Dapper. Dilapidated (adj.High Frequency GRE Words Letter µE¶ High Frequency GRE Words 1. Daft ± stupid or impractical 32.) ± Easy to manage 48. Dowse-to search E. Effeminacy (n) ± Womanishness 7. Dilettante (n) ± A superficial amateur A collection of some tough GRE words 1. Decrepit ± the old and bad condition 7.) ± Efficient 6. Dissentious (adj. Eccentric (adj. Deleterious ± have a harmful effect 8. Dinky ± well designed and attractive 20. Dictum (n) ± A positive utterance 34. Discursive (adj. Devious ± dishonest 33. Detrimental ± have a harmful or damaging effect 12.) ± Pertaining to teaching 35. Discernible (adj. Effuse (v) ± To pour forth 10. Ditzy. Effulgence (n) ± Splendor 9. Ebullient (adj. Decadent. Dork ± old fashioned and badly 27. Diddle ± take money unfairly 35.) ± Bewildered 46. Dabble ± take part seriously 37. Drivel ± silly 29. Duress ± forced to do 17. Desecrate ~ damaging something holy or special 9. Duff.of low moral standards 6. Doit ± very stupid 26. Daffy ± strange or foolish 31. Dulcet-gentle and pleasant to listen 23. Dicker ± arguing and disagree 34. Egotist (n) ± One given to self-mention or who is constantly telling of his own views .not well organised 25. Effete (adj. Dissentient (n) ± One who disagrees 44. Dud~ unsuccessful 16. Dogmatic (adj.neat and clean appearance 2.) ± Judicious 41.) ± Exhausted.) ± Passing from one subject to another 42. Didactic (adj.) ± Perceivable 40. Dote ± to love or care 22. Dolor (n) ± Lamentation 50. Disavowal (n) ± Denial 39.) ± Peculiar 3. cruel or evil 10. Diffident ± shy and not liking to be noticed 36. Doddery ± old and unsteady 14. Dawdle ± spend more time than necessary 4. Drippy. Diurnal (adj.) ± Daily 47.) ± Fallen into decay or partial ruin 37.) ± Making statements without argument or evidence 49. Delve ± discover new information 19. Despicable ± extremely nasty. Effectual (adj. Efface (v) ± To obliterate 5. discreet (adj. Disparage (v) ± To regard or speak slightingly 43. Dweeb ± stupid and vague 18. Diatribe (n) ± A bitter or malicious criticism 33. Diaphanous ± thin and transparent 38. Egoist (n) ± One who advocates or practices egoism 11. Droll ± witty and amusing 3. Docile (adj. as having performed its functions 8. Disparage ± ridicule 24.) ± Showing enthusiasm or exhilaration of feeling 2. Desultory ± unplanned and disorganised 11. Distraught (adj.32. Disport ± enjoy happily and lively 21. Diligence (n) ± Careful and persevering effort to accomplish what is undertaken 38.cold and unusual 13. Educe (v) ± To draw out 4. Debilitate ± to cause weakness 5. Dippy.stupid and weak 15.) ± Contentious 45.

Exegesis (n) ± Biblical exposition or interpretation 39. imputation. Egregious ± very bad 7. Entwine (v) ± To interweave 25. Evanescent (adj. Emulate (v) ± To imitate with intent to equal or surpass 22. Embellish ± look more attractive . or virulent 37. memorable for extraordinary events 30. Epicure (n) ± One who cultivates a delicate taste for eating and drinking 26. Epoch (n) ± An interval of time. Egress (n) ± Any place of exit 14. office.) ± Contributing to personal advantage 47. Elusion (n) ± Evasion 16. severe. Emaciate (v) ± To waste away in flesh 17. Execrable ± deplorable 10. Explicate (v) ± To clear from involvement 49. Emollient ± to reduce or lessen pain 3. or courtesy 32. Encumber (v) ± To impede with obstacles 23. Emaciated ± thin and weak 6. Esquire (n) ± A title of dignity. Excruciating ± extremely painful 9. Exuberance (n) ± Rich supply A collection of some tough GRE words 1. as from some source 18. Expiate ± feel sorry 11. Epiphany (n) ± Any appearance or bodily manifestation of a deity 27. Exonerate (v) ± To relieve or vindicate from accusation. Euphemism (n) ± A figure of speech by which a phrase less offensive is substituted 34. Exigency (n) ± A critical period or condition 40. Extrude (v) ± To drive out or away 54. Elegiac ± express sadness 5.and experiences 12. Extricate (v) ± Disentangle 53. Exodus (n) ± A going forth or departure from a place or country. Epitaph (n) ± An inscription on a tomb or monument in honor or in memory of the dead 28. Ensconced ± to settle firmly and comfortably 4. Elucidate (v) ± To bring out more clearly the facts concerning 15. Expedient (adj. Emanate (v) ± To flow forth or proceed.) ± Extreme 13. Efficacious ± efficient severely 13. Embezzle (v) ± To misappropriate secretly 21. Exotic (adj. Exorbitance (n) ± Extravagance or enormity 43. Eschew (v) ± To keep clear of 31. Efface ± to remove or destroy 12. Expediency (n) ± Fitness to meet the requirements of a particular case 46. Expatriate (v) ± To drive from one¶s own country 45. Exacerbate ± to make worse 8. 35. or blame 42. Eureka (Greek Expression) ± I have found it¶. Expostulate (v) ± To discuss 50. especially of many people 41. Edify-to benefit 2. Excruciate (v) ± To inflict severe pain or agony upon 38.) ± Fleeting 36. Ensnare (v) ± To entrap 24. Expiate (v) ± To make satisfaction or amends for 48. Egregious (adj. Eulogy (n) ± A spoken or written laudation of a person¶s life or character 33.) ± Foreign 44. Embargo (n) ± Authoritative stoppage of foreign commerce or of any special trade 20. Emancipate (v) ± To release from bondage 19. Extenuate (v) ± To diminish the gravity or importance of 51. Extol (v) ± To praise in the highest terms 52. Epitome (n) ± A simplified representation 29. Exacerbate (v) ± To make more sharp.

) ± Having a light. Faddish ± having no real value 11. appearance 7. 22. 24. Frippery ± silly or unnecessary 17. like the actions of a thief A collection of some tough GRE words 1.) ± Economical 22. Furtive (adj. Fraudulent (adj. Febrile ± intensely and nervously active 2. Equivocal ² vague in avoiding 19. Esoteric ± understood only by a small number 27. Flippant (adj. Fervent (adj. Enigmatic ± mysterious and difficult to understand 24.) ± Joyous 13. Frugal (adj. Fusty ± old fashioned Fecund ± fertile Feign ² affect Feint-to deceive Feisty. Elide ± to leave or ignore 23.) ± Ardent in feeling 11. Fervid (adj. Fugacious (adj. Foppish. Facetious ± criticizing for making humorous remarks 9.) ± Characteristic of one who is unduly devoted to dress and the niceties of manners 18.) ± Counterfeit 19. 29. Felicity (n) ± A state of well-founded 8. 26. trifling disposition 17. Fatuous ± extremely silly 12. particularly on walls and ceilings 20. Furtive ± keep something hidden or not disclose happiness 10. Excoriate ± to criticize 21. Ennui ± bored and tired 18. Festal (adj. Fallacious (adj.) ± Amusing 2.) ± Stealthy or sly.tough or independent Filch-to steal Flounce ± walk quickly Flummox.) ± Intense 12. Fealty ± allegiance 18. Fiendish ± clever or imaginative 3. Feckless -lack determination 13. Facile ± lack of careful and intelligent thinking 10.confused Fluster. Flagrant (adj. Estimable ± disserve admiration 16. 27. Endear-to became popular with 15.)-Turbulent 4. Ebullient ± lively and full of energy 17. Facile (adj. pert. Frivolous (adj.) ± Not difficult to do 3.very proud of ones¶ dress and 6. Flippant ± serious about 5.) ± Illogical 5. Fresco (n) ± The art of painting on a surface of plaster. 20. 21. Flamboyant (adj. Fatuous (adj. Flinty-harsh and emotionless 14. 28.) ± Idiotic 8. Erudite ± very learned 26. Fiasco (n) ± A complete or humiliating failure 14. Fractious ± become angry very quickly 16. Fealty (n) ± Loyalty 9.) ± Capable of erring 6.) ± Hard to please 7.nervous and confused Frenetic ± fast and energetic Frigging ± emphatic Fumigate ± to get rid of .) ± Openly scandalous 15. 23. Facetious (adj. Fastidious (adj. Expostulate ± express strong disagreement 22.) ± Fleeting 23. 25. Evanescent-to disappear 28. Exotic ± unusual and interested F ± High Frequency GRE Words Letter µF¶ High Frequency GRE Words 1. Factious (adj. 19.) ± Characterized by extravagance and in general by want of good taste 16.) ± Trivial 21. Foppish (adj. Ephemeral ± transient and for a short period 25. Ersatz ± not genuine 20. Fallible (adj. Foible ± strange or foolish 15.14. Faze ± surprise shock or shocked 4.

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