McGraw-Hill's GRE Vocabulary Flashcards

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 10, 2011 - Study Aids - 512 pages
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The 500 essential terms you need to know to master GRE vocabulary--all in one box!

McGraw-Hill's GRE Vocabulary Flashcards is your edge in conquering the GRE. Expert author Steven Dulan has selected 500 key words that frequently appear on GRE exams to help you achieve up to a maximum 800 verbal score. The best part is you can use these flashcards wherever you are--at home, at the library, on the bus, anywhere!

You can use these flashcards to memorize vocabulary--thanks to example sentences included with each term, or to quiz yourself to check your progress. However you use them, McGraw-Hill's GRE Vocabulary Flashcards will help you achieve your desired score.

 

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Contents

Inimical
Innate
Inscrutable
Insinuate
Insipid
Insolent
Insular
Intangible

Abstain
Abysmal
Accolade
Acquisitive
Acute
Adhere
Adjacent
Adroit
Adversary
Aesthetic
Affinity
Alienate
Amalgamate
Ambiguous
Ambivalent
Amenable
Amiable
Anachronism
Anarchy
Annotate
Anomaly
Antipathy
Apathetic
Ardor
Articulate
Ascent
Ascribe
Asperity
Assay
Assert
Assiduous
Assimilate
Assuage
Assumption
Astringent
Atrocious
Audacious
Augment
Austerity
Autonomy
Aver
Aversion
Banal
Belligerent
Benevolence
Benign
Bequest
Bereft
Blithe
Boisterous
Bolster
Brazen
Burgeoning
Burnish
Calibrate
Capricious
Castigate
Catalyst
Caustic
Censure
Cherubic
Circumspect
Cite
Clandestine
Coalesce
Coax
Coerce
Cogent
Cognitive
Coherent
Collusion
Commensurate
Complaisant
Comprise
Concede
Concordant
Conducive
Consensus
Consternation
Contentious
Converge
Convivial
Cordial
Corporeal
Correlate
Corroborate
Countenance
Craven
Credulous
Cryptic
Culmination
Culpable
Cursory
Cynical
Dearth
Debilitate
Decimate
Decorum
Decry
Defamation
Deferential
Deleterious
Delve
Demise
Denigrate
Denunciation
Deplore
Derision
Derivative
Derogatory
Desultory
Dexterity
Diatribe
Didactic
Diffidence
Digression
Disabuse
Discern
Disconcerting
Disingenuous
Disparity
Disperse
Disputatious
Dissemble
Dissident
Dissipate
Dissonance
Distraught
Divest
Docile
Dubious
Eccentric
Eclectic
Edify
Effrontery
Egregious
Egress
Eloquent
Elucidate
Emancipation
Emissary
Emollient
Empirical
Emulate
Encumber
Endorse
Engender
Enigmatic
Entity
Enumerate
Ephemeral
Equanimity
Equivocal
Erudite
Esoteric
Espouse
Estimable
Eulogize
Euphemism
Exacerbate
Exceptional
Excoriate
Excrete
Exculpate
Exhort
Exigent
Exorbitant
Explicate
Expunge
Extant
Extenuating
Extol
Extraneous
Extricate
Extrovert
Exultant
Facetious
Fallacy
Fastidious
Fatuous
Feckless
Feign
Feint
Fervor
Fiasco
Fidelity
Flange
Florid
Fluent
Foment
Forage
Formidable
Fortuitous
Forum
Fracas
Frugality
Futile
Gainsay
Garrison
Garrulous
Genre
Gist
Glib
Gossamer
Gratuitous
Gregarious
Grievous
Guile
Hackneyed
Hapless
Harbinger
Harrow
Heterogeneous
Hierarchy
Hypothesis
Idiosyncrasy
Imminent
Immutable
Impending
Imperturbable
Impetus
Implausible
Implicate
Implosion
Impromptu
Impropriety
Inadvertent
Incessant
Inchoate
Incinerate
Incongruous
Incorrigible
Incursion
Indefatigable
Indelible
Indigenous
Indolent
Inept
Inevitable
Infer
Ingenuity
Inherent
Integral
Intercede
Interpolate
Intractable
Intransigent
Intrinsic
Inundate
Inure
Invariable
Invective
Invigorate
Irascible
Jovial
Judicious
Juxtapose
Keen
Kudos
Laconic
Lambaste
Languish
Latent
Latter
Laudable
Lavish
Lenient
Lethargic
Liaison
Listless
Loathsome
Loquacious
Lucid
Ludicrous
Lugubrious
Lustrous
Macabre
Magnanimous
Malevolent
Manifest
Mar
Melancholy
Melodramatic
Mercurial
Metamorphosis
Meticulous
Mettle
Minuscule
Miscreant
Mitigate
Mollify
Morose
Munificence
Nascent
Negligent
Nonchalance
Nostalgia
Noxious
Obdurate
Obfuscate
Obscurity
Obsolete
Obviate
Odious
Ofsicious
Onerous
Orthodox
Ostentatious
Ostracize
Panacea
Panegyric
Paradox
Paragon
Parse
Parsimony
Partisan
Pedantic
Penchant
Percolate
Perfidious
Perfunctory
Peripatetic
Periphery
Perjury
Permeable
Perpetuate
Persevere
Pertinent
Peruse
Pervasive
Pessimism
Petulant
Phenomenon
Phlegmatic
Pith
Placate
Plagiarize
Platonic
Plausible
Plethora
Poignant
Ponderous
Postulate
Potable
Pragmatic
Precarious
Precedent
Precept
Precipitate
Preclude
Precursor
Prerequisite
Presage
Prescience
Prevaricate
Probity
Prodigal
Prodigious
Profuse
Progeny
Prognosis
Proliferate
Promulgate
Propagate
Prophetic
Proprietary
Prototype
Provincialism
Prowess
Prudish
Pundit
Pungent
Quaff
Querulous
Quixotic
Quotidian
Ramify
Rancor
Rapacious
Raucous
Recalcitrant
Reciprocity
Recluse
Recompense
Reconciliation
Recondite
Refractory
Refute
Relegate
Reminisce
Renunciation
Reparation
Reproach
Repudiate
Resolute
Resonant
Resplendent
Restitution
Resurrect
Retaliate
Retraction
Rhetoric
Rigor
Sage
Salutary
Sanctimonious
Satirize
Savant
Schematic
Scrupulous
Sedulous
Shirk
Sinuous
Skepticism
Solace
Solicitous
Sordid
Specious
Speculate
Spontaneous
Squelch
Stanch
Static
Stint
Stoic
Subjective
Substantiation
Subsume
Subvert
Suffrage
Surfeit
Surreptitious
Susceptible
Synchronized
Tacit
Taciturn
Tangential
Temperance
Tenuous
Tirade
Torpor
Tortuous
Tout
Tractable
Tranquil
Transcend
Transgress
Transpose
Treacherous
Treatise
Trepidation
Tyranny
Unilaterally
Unstinting
Urbanity
Utilitarian
Vacillate
Vacuous
Valorous
Variegated
Vehement
Venal
Venerable
Veneration
Veracity
Verbose
Verisimilitude
Veritable
Versatile
Vilify
Vindication
Viscous
Vituperate
Volubility
Voluminous
Voracious
Wane
Whet
Wily
Xenophobe
Zealous
Zenith
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Steven W. Dulan is the founder and president of Advantage Education, Inc., which offers live test-prep classes at high schools and colleges throughout Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Colorado, as well as distance-learning programs over the Internet. Dulan is the author of McGraw-Hill's GRE and McGraw-Hill's ACT.

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