GRE Vocabulary Mastery Practice Sets Score Higher 2019 Set 1

provoke or annoy (someone) so as to stimulate an action or reaction


Options are :

  • mollify
  • allay
  • goad (Correct)
  • aggregate

Answer :goad

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corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance


Options are :

  • adulterate (Correct)
  • articulate
  • aggrandize
  • agitate

Answer :adulterate

a mild or indirect word or expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing.


Options are :

  • calumniate
  • ambivalence
  • euphemism (Correct)
  • derogation

Answer :euphemism

(of a building or object) in a state of disrepair or ruin as a result of age or neglect.


Options are :

  • pristine
  • modish
  • dilapidated (Correct)
  • macerated

Answer :dilapidated

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reprimand firmly; express disapproval


Options are :

  • adulate
  • instigate
  • serenade
  • admonish (Correct)

Answer :admonish

a beginner or novice.


Options are :

  • utopian
  • effigy
  • tyro (Correct)
  • acolyte

Answer :tyro

(of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words.


Options are :

  • laconic (Correct)
  • implicit
  • prolix
  • recondite

Answer :laconic

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prevent something being done or bought


Options are :

  • hypocritical
  • zany
  • prohibitive (Correct)
  • propitious

Answer :prohibitive

having or showing good judgement.


Options are :

  • blundering
  • discerning (Correct)
  • inane
  • vacuous

Answer :discerning

drink (something, especially an alcoholic drink) heartily.


Options are :

  • descry
  • sip
  • foment
  • quaff (Correct)

Answer :quaff

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a wild and drunken celebration.


Options are :

  • bacchanal (Correct)
  • banal
  • conservative
  • conformist

Answer :bacchanal

express contempt for; ridicule.


Options are :

  • arrogate
  • appropriate
  • deride (Correct)
  • descry

Answer :deride

(of a fluid, especially blood) change to a solid or semi-solid state


Options are :

  • putrefy
  • sublimate
  • coagulate (Correct)
  • precipitate

Answer :coagulate

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acting or behaving in a capricious manner.


Options are :

  • capacious
  • whimsical (Correct)
  • climacteric
  • indolent

Answer :whimsical


occurring at irregular intervals or only in a few places, scattered or isolated


Options are :

  • sporadic (Correct)
  • chronic
  • steadfast
  • inordinate

Answer :sporadic


having or showing profound knowledge



Options are :

  • obstreperous
  • erudite (Correct)
  • trifling
  • pedantic

Answer :erudite

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(of a sound) pleasingly smooth and musical to hear


Options are :

  • disorienting
  • noisome
  • mellifluous (Correct)
  • sardonic

Answer :mellifluous

inactivity resulting from lethargy and lack of vigor or energy


Options are :

  • zest
  • torpor (Correct)
  • ire
  • alacrity

Answer :torpor

free from external control and constraint


Options are :

  • anarchist
  • autonomous (Correct)
  • renegade
  • recalcitrant

Answer :autonomous

GMAT GRE - Math - Practice Test - MCQ Set 1

hard to control or deal with; (of a person) difficult or stubborn.


Options are :

  • evocative
  • intractable (Correct)
  • resonant
  • docile

Answer :intractable

a medicine or course of action used to prevent disease.


Options are :

  • retardant
  • catalyst
  • astringent
  • prophylactic (Correct)

Answer :prophylactic

speak or act in an evasive way.


Options are :

  • stridulate
  • prevaricate (Correct)
  • ameliorate
  • vindicate

Answer :prevaricate

GMAT GRE - Math - Practice Test - MCQ Set 11

the treatment of a serious matter with humor or lack of due respect


Options are :

  • ostensibility
  • steadfastness
  • solicitousness
  • levity (Correct)

Answer :levity

official recognition or approval


Options are :

  • approbation (Correct)
  • avoidance
  • defiance
  • derision

Answer :approbation

assertive of authority in a domineering way, especially with regard to trivial matters.


Options are :

  • officious (Correct)
  • martial
  • jocular
  • magnanimous

Answer :officious

GMAT GRE - Math - Practice Test - MCQ Set 12

use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.


Options are :

  • protest
  • assert
  • verify
  • equivocate (Correct)

Answer :equivocate

leave hurriedly and secretly, typically to escape from custody or avoid arrest.


Options are :

  • articulate
  • espouse
  • elaborate
  • abscond (Correct)

Answer :abscond

to take the place or move into the position of, supplant or replace


Options are :

  • snipe
  • supersede (Correct)
  • digress
  • intervene

Answer :supersede

GMAT GRE - Math - Practice Test - MCQ Set 2

calm, dependable, and showing little emotion or animation


Options are :

  • torpid
  • vigilant
  • craven
  • stolid (Correct)

Answer :stolid

make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better


Options are :

  • traduce
  • frazzle
  • ameliorate (Correct)
  • maculate

Answer :ameliorate

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