VICTOR PREP GRE WORDS

VICTOR PREP GRE WORDS

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IMPERMEABLE

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Section 1

(50 cards)

IMPERMEABLE

Front

NOT PERMEABLE; LIQUIDS CAN'T PASS THROUGH IT; "HE IS IMPERMEABLE TO PAIN"

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MOLT

Front

TO SHED ONE'S FEATHERS OR SKIN

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FLOUT

Front

TO TRESPASS RULES OR BOUNDARIES WITH CONTEMPT AND CARELESSNESS

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DECORUM

Front

TO BEHAVE WITH PROPER ETIQUETTE

Back

TOADY

Front

A BROWN NOSE

Back

DERIVATIVE

Front

UNIMAGINATIVE; SOMETHING THAT IS COPIED

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OSSIFY

Front

TO HARDEN UP AS A BONE

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LUMBER

Front

WOOD; TO WALK SLOWLY AND HEAVILY

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ABSTEMIOUS

Front

NOT DRINKING ALCOHOL; HAVING AN ABSTEMIOUS LIFE

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PERVADE

Front

AN ODOR THAT FILLS A PLACE

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COAGULATE

Front

WHEN A LIQUID BECOMES THICKER. E.G. BLOOD

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INERT

Front

SOMETHING THAT DOESN'T REACT. E.G. AN INERT PILL THAT HAS A PLACEBO EFFECT

Back

SULLY

Front

TO SOIL OR TO MAKE DIRTY; TO SULLY ONE'S REPUTATION

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INNOCUOUS

Front

INNOCENT; HARMLESS OR SAFE

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IMPLACABLE

Front

UNSTOPPABLE, SOMEONE WHO CAN'T BE CALMED DOWN

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MONASTIC

Front

REFERS TO A MONK'S WAY OF LIVING

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QUIESCENT

Front

QUIET, STILL, DORMANT

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CASTIGATION

Front

HARSH PUNISHMENT

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PERIPATETIC

Front

NOMADIC; A PERSON WHO HAS A PERIPATETIC EXISTENCE

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ARCHAIC

Front

VERY OLD OR OLD FASHIONED

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ENDEMIC

Front

CHARACTERISTIC OF A PLACE OR GROUP OF PEOPLE

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VERNAL

Front

RELATED TO SPRING

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PROPITIATE

Front

TO GAIN OR REGAIN THE FAVOR OF

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DYSPEPTIC

Front

IRRITABLE; IRRITABILITY CAUSED BY INDIGESTION

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EUPHEMISM

Front

USING A WORD OR PHRASE INSTEAD OF ANOTHER WORD OR PHRASE THAT IS CONSIDERED HARSH OR BLUNT

Back

INTREPID

Front

E.G. INDIANA JONES

Back

GOUGE

Front

A TYPE OF CHISEL; AN EXTORTION

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VIM

Front

ENTHUSIASM, VIGOR

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DEMUR

Front

TO OBJECT/ AN OBJECTION

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DEBUTANTE

Front

REFERS TO A YOUNG WOMAN WHO MAKES HER FIRST APPEARANCE IN SOCIETY

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DESSICATE

Front

TO DRY OUT THOROUGHLY

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ASSUAGE

Front

TO LESSEN THE SEVERITY OF SOMETHING; TO ALLEVIATE

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IDIOSYNCRASY

Front

A CHARACTERISTIC, HABIT OR MANNERISM

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PARLEY

Front

CONFERENCE OR DISCUSSION BETWEEN TWO OPPONENT PARTIES; TWO SIDES AT WAR WHO WANT TO MAKE PEACE

Back

SUBPOENA

Front

FORMAL ORDER REQUESTING SOMEONE TO ATTEND COURT

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POTENTATE

Front

A PERSON WITH GREAT POWER. E.G. A MONARCH OR THE POPE

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QUIBBLE

Front

COMPLAINT; SLIGHT CRITICISM OR OBJECTION

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LUCID

Front

PLAIN, UNDERSTANDABLE; CLEAR OR TRANSPARENT

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ATTENUATE

Front

TO DECREASE IN INTENSITY OR DEGREE

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SARDONIC

Front

CYNIC AND SARCASTIC

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JARGON

Front

WORDS USED BY PEOPLE PERTAINING TO A PARTICULAR GROUP OR FIELD; TECHNICAL WORDS USED BY PROFESSIONALS

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PARADOX

Front

A SENTENCE WHICH SEEMS CONTRADICTORY AT FIRST BUT HAS SOME SORT OF TRUTH TO IT

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RECONDITE

Front

SOMETHING HIDDEN; MYSTERIOUS

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KINDLE

Front

TO START A FIRE; TO REKINDLE OLD FRIENDSHIPS

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AGGREGATE

Front

TO GATHER, TO PUT TOGETHER

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ANTIPATHY

Front

DEEP, SEATED DISLIKE

Back

BOMBASTIC

Front

A POMPOUS SPEECH THAT LACKS DEEP MEANING

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SOLECISM

Front

A GRAMMAR MISTAKE

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MULTIFARIOUS

Front

MANY DIFFERENT

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MAR

Front

TO SULLY; TO MAR ONE'S REPUTATION

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Section 2

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PLACATE

Front

TO CALM, TO A PEACE

Back

STRIATED

Front

STREAKED AS IN A STREAKED PATTERN

Back

PLASTIC

Front

FAKE TASTE OR LOOKS; EASILY MOLDED OR SHAPED

Back

KNELL

Front

A SOUND OR BELL THAT SOUNDS WHEN SOMEONE DIES

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LATENT

Front

(ADJ) SOMETHING THAT IS PRESENT BUT HASN'T MANIFESTED, FOR EXAMPLE, A SKILL OR A DISEASE

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PUERILE

Front

CHILDISH, TRIVIAL OR IMMATURE

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LIVID

Front

VERY ANGRY

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SOLICITOUS

Front

A PERSON WHO CARES ABOUT OR SHOWS CONCERN ABOUT SOMEONE

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RELEGATE

Front

TO LOWER SOMEONE IN RANK IN A HIERARCHY

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LISTLESS

Front

(ADJ) SLUGGISH, LETHARGIC "TO FEEL TIRED AND ___________ IN THE MORNING"

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LUMINOUS

Front

FULL OF LIGHT, BRIGHT, SHINY, HARSH TO THE EYE

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DISCERNING

Front

ABLE TO DISCERN OR DISTINGUISH BETWEEN THINGS

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MONOTONY

Front

LACK OF VARIETY; TEDIOUS REPETITION OR ROUTINE

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LACHRYMOSE

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TEARFUL

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CIRCUMSPECT

Front

(ADJ) TO BE WEARY, GUARDED OR AWARE OF A PERSON OR SITUATION "THE STUDENTS ARE ________ DURING TEACHER BAHENA'S CLASS"

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PATHOGENIC

Front

CAPABLE OF CAUSING OR ORIGINATING DISEASE

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SUBLIME

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ELEVATED, LOFTY, SUPREME OR OUTSTANDING; HIGHER THAT ANYTHING ELSE

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PITHY

Front

EXTREMELY CONCISE; TO SPEAK OR WRITE IN A SUCCINCT AND CLEVER MANNER

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DELINEATE

Front

TO OUTLINE

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PANEGYRIC

Front

PUBLIC SPEECH THAT IS PRAISING SOMEONE

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DILATORY

Front

SLOW TO ACT OR ACTING IN A WAY THAT CAUSES DELAY

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PRECIS

Front

(NOUN OR VERB) A SUMMARY OR ABSTACT; TO SUMMARIZE

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CONFOUND

Front

SOMETHING CONFUSING THAT CAUSES GREAT SURPRISE BECAUSE IT WAS UNEXPECTED

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ADMONISH

Front

TO SCOLD, TO REPRIMAND

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OBDURATE

Front

STUBBORN, OBSTINATE; UNMOVED BY PERSUASION OR PITY

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ROCOCO

Front

VERY ORNATE, DETAILED OR CONVOLUTED STYLE OF ART, FURNITURE OR ARCHITECTURE; EQUIVALENT TO BAROQUE

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TURGID

Front

SWOLLEN, BLOATED, DISTENDED; BOMBASTIC, POMPOUS, PRETENTIOUS

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OSCILLATE

Front

TO WAVER BETWEEN SIDES, TO SWING FROM SIDE TO SIDE

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FELICITOUS

Front

SUITED TO OR APPROPRIATE FOR THE OCCASION; SOMETHING THAT CAUSES GREAT PLEASURE OR HAPPINESS

Back

GAMBOL

Front

TO RUN AND SKIP

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SYMBIOSIS

Front

TYPE OF RELATIONSHIP THAT IS ADVANTAGEOUS TO BOTH INDIVIDUALS OR ORGANISMS

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LARCENY

Front

BURGLARY, ROBBERY

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AXIOM

Front

AN ACCEPTED TRUTH

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DIAPHANOUS

Front

TRANSLUCENT, DELICATE, LIGHT, THIN; USUALLY REFERS TO A FABRIC

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INGRATIATE

Front

TO WIN SOMEONE OVER THROUGH FLATTERY

Back

LETHARGIC

Front

SLOW, SLUGGISH

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AERIE

Front

A HOUSE OR NEST BUILT VERY HIGH

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INUNDATE

Front

(VB) TO OVERWHELM OR LOAD; "I'M _____________ WITH WORK"

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BOLSTER

Front

TO PROP UP; TO SUPPORT OR STRENGTHEN ONE'S ARGUMENT

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VENERABLE

Front

GIVING GREAT DEAL OF RESPECT

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EUPHONY

Front

THE QUALITY OF BEING PLEASANT TO THE EAR, SOMETHING THAT SOUNDS NICE

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ABSCOND

Front

TO LEAVE WITHOUT BEING NOTICED FROM A PLACE

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AMBIVALENT

Front

TORN BETWEEN TWO THINGS; THERE ARE GOOD REASONS TO DO OR NOT TO DO SOMETHING

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DILETTANTE

Front

PERSON WHO CULTIVATES AN AREA OF INTEREST BUT HAS NO REAL COMMITMENT NOT SKILL OR KNOWLEDGE

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PALATIAL

Front

(ADJ) THAT LOOKS LIKE A PALACE

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POLYGLOT

Front

SOMEONE WHO SPEAKS 3 OR MORE LANGUAGES

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HUSBAND

Front

TO SAVE MONEY; TO SPEND MONEY OR RESOURCES ECONOMICALLY

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PRECIPITATE

Front

TO CAUSE, TO TRIGGER

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OBSTINATE

Front

STUBBORN

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APOSTATE

Front

PERSON WHO LEAVES OR RENOUNCES A RELIGION OR POLITICAL BELIEF

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Section 3

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PRISTINE

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Back

EXONERATE

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Back

FETID

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ARDOR

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IRASCIBLE

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Back

RUSTIC

Front

SIMPLE, COUNTRY-SIDE LIKE, RURAL

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DEFERENCE

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WAN

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Back

SURLY

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Back

MALINGERER

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Back

RAREFY

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Back

CLOYING

Front

Back

LAUD

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Back

PUNGENT

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UPBRAID

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PARRY

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Back

ANALGESIA

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OFFICIOUS

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WHIMSICAL

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Back

EXACERBATE

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