Patrick's GRE Prep 1-100

Patrick's GRE Prep 1-100

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Cards (100)

Section 1

(50 cards)

adhesion

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devotion, loyalty; the tendency of dissimilar things to cling together

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accoutre

Front

equip

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accede

Front

agree

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address

Front

V. direct a speech to; deal with or discuss; direct one's efforts or attention to; make with a destination; N. formal speech

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actuarial

Front

calculating, pertaining to insurance statistics

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accessible

Front

easy to approach, obtainable

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acme

Front

peak, pinnacle, highest point

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adhere

Front

stick fast, cling to, be a devoted follower

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acquittal

Front

deliverance from a charge, a judgment of not guilty

Back

addendum

Front

addition, appendix to a book, something which is added

Back

academic

Front

related to a school, not practical or directly useful

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acuity

Front

sharpness

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abdicate

Front

renounce give up

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ablution

Front

washing

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acoustics

Front

science of sound; quality that makes a room easy or hard to hear in

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absolve

Front

pardon (an offense)

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abridge

Front

condense or shorten

Back

acclivity

Front

sharp upslope of a hill

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abominable

Front

detestable, extremely unpleasant, very bad

Back

acclimate

Front

adjust to climate or environment, adapt

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accelerate

Front

move faster

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accommodate

Front

oblige or help someone, adjust or bring into harmony, adapt

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abrasive

Front

rubbing away; tending to grind down

Back

abominate

Front

loathe, hate

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adamant

Front

hard, inflexible

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abstract

Front

ADJ. theoretical, not concrete, nonrepresentational; N. summary

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abut

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border upon, adjoin

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aberrant

Front

abnormal, deviant

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accost

Front

approach and speak first to a person

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abusive

Front

coarsely insulting, physically harmful

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abash

Front

embarass

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adept

Front

expert at; very skilled

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abstain

Front

refrain, withhold from participation

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acclaim

Front

applaud, announce with great approval

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adage

Front

wise saying, proverb

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adapt

Front

alter, modify, adjust to

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addiction

Front

compulsive habitual need

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accolade

Front

award of merit

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abyss

Front

enormous chasm, vast bottomless pit

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acquiesce

Front

assent, agree passively

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abolish

Front

cancel, put an end to

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abstinence

Front

restraint from eating or drinking, not being sexually active

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abbreviate

Front

shorten

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acrid

Front

sharp, bitterly pungent

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abase

Front

lower, degrade, humiliate

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accomplice

Front

partner in crime

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abortive

Front

unsuccessful, fruitless

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acetic

Front

vinegary

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abet

Front

assist, encourage (especially in doing something wrong)

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addle

Front

make or become confused; muddle; drive crazy; become rotten (egg)

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Section 2

(50 cards)

adjourn

Front

suspend until a later time; move from one place to another

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affluence

Front

abundance, wealth

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aberration

Front

deviation from the expected or the normal; mental irregularity or disorder

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acrimony

Front

bitterness

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abhor

Front

detest, hate

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agenda

Front

a program of things to be done or considered

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accretion

Front

growth, increase

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adulation

Front

flattery, admiration that is more than is necessary or deserved

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adventitious

Front

accidental, casual, happening by chance

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acerbity

Front

bitterness of speech and temper

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adverse

Front

going against, opposing, unfavorable, hostile

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allay

Front

calm, pacify

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abject

Front

wretched, lacking pride

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aesthetic

Front

ADJ. artistic, dealing with or capable of appreciating the beautiful; N. a guiding principle in matters of taste, artistic sensibility

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accessory

Front

additional object, useful but not essential thing

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aboriginal

Front

being the first of its kind in its region, native, primative

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actuate

Front

motivate; trigger, activate

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accord

Front

agreement, compliance, rapport

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adjunct

Front

something attached to but holding as inferior position

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absolute

Front

complete, totally unlimited, certain

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acrimonious

Front

bitter in words or manner

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adjuration

Front

solemn urging

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agrarian

Front

pertaining to land or its cultivation

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abrogate

Front

abolish

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alimentary

Front

supplying nourishment

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abscond

Front

depart secretly and hide

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adulterate

Front

make impure or of poorer quality by adding inferior or tainted (contaminated) substances

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accrue

Front

come about by addition

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aerie

Front

nest of a large bird of prey

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abscission

Front

cutting off, separation

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abjure

Front

renounce upon oath, retract, forswear

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adjutant

Front

staff officer assisting the commander; assistant

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acrophobia

Front

fear of heights

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abstemious

Front

sparing in eating and drinking; temperate

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admonish

Front

warn, speak to with gentle disapproval, reprove

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abeyance

Front

suspended action, interlude, cessation

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adroit

Front

skillful (in using mind or hand)

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aegis

Front

shield, protection, defense

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advent

Front

arrival

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acidulous

Front

slightly sour, sharp, caustic

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acumen

Front

mental keenness, insightfulness; a tapering point

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abstruse

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obscure, profound, difficult to understand

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abnegation

Front

renunciation, self-sacrifice, denial, self-denial

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affidavit

Front

written statement made under oath (for use in a court of law)

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acknowledge

Front

recognize, admit

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agape

Front

open-mouthed, wide open; spiritual love

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allege

Front

state without proof

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abate

Front

subside or moderate

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abysmal

Front

bottomless

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acute

Front

quickly perceptive, keen, brief (temporary) and severe

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