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GRE top 100 words using pictures and mnemonic tricks. We are sure that you will remember these words throughout your life.These GRE top 100 words are frequently repeat in GRE text completion and Sentence equivalence questions.

GRE top 100 words
ABERRANT (OR ANOMALOUS) (Adj.)
Meaning- deviation from usual or natural.

AUDACIOUS (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) bold, daring or fearless especially in challenging conditions.
2) showing lack of respect.

BOLSTER (Verb)
Meaning- To make something stronger or to support something

CAPRICIOUS (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) changing often and quickly; especially often changing suddenly in mood or behavior.
2) not logical or reasonable.

CORROBORATE (Verb)
Meaning- to add proof or certainty to an account, statement, idea etc. or to support something.

DERIDE (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) to write or to talk about another person, or something in a very critical or insulting way.
2) to say that someone or something is of no value or is ridiculous.

GRE top 100 words

DISSONANCE (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) lack of agreement; especially: inconsistency between the beliefs.
2) mingling of discordant or inharmonious sounds.

ENERVATE (Verb)
Meaning- to unsettle someone

ENGENDER (Verb)
Meaning- to be the source or cause of (something).

ENIGMA (OR CONUNDRUM)
Meaning- Someone or something that is difficult to understand or explain

EPHEMERAL (OR EVANESCENT) (Adj.)
Meaning- lasting for only a short period of time.

EQUIVOCATE (Verb)
Meaning- 1) to be deliberately ambiguous, or unclear in order to deceive or to mislead someone.
2) to speak vaguely; especially, in order to avoid a commitment or to fool other people.

ERUDITE (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) descriptive of someone who has great knowledge

EULOGY (Noun)
Meaning- High praise, written or spoken usually about someone who has died or who has completed his service.

EUPHONY (Noun)
Meaning- pleasing or sweet sound or harmonious succession of words having a pleasing sound.

CACOPHONY (Noun)
Meaning- 1) the quality of having bad sounds.

FERVID (OR FERVENT) (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) having or showing feeling that are very strong or too strong.
2) very hot.

GRE top 100 words

INGENIOUS (Adj.)
Meaning- very smart or clever

INDOLENT (OR LETHARGIC) (Adj.)
Meaning- not liking to work or be active

LACONIC (Adj.)
Meaning- Brief or Using very few words to express what you mean.

ROOT WORD LOQU
Loqu is a root word for speak.
LOQUACIOUS (Adj.)
Meaning- liking to talk and talking smoothly and easily.

ELOQUENT (Adj.)
Meaning- having or showing the ability to use language clearly and effectively

GRANDILOQUENT (Adj.)
Meaning- speaking in bombastic, flamboyant or pompous manner

MISANTHROPE (Noun)
Meaning- A person who hates mankind.

OBDURATE (OR STUBBORN OR OBSTINATE OR PERTINACIOUS OR MULISH) (Adj.)
Meaning- refusing to do what other people want, not willing to change your opinion or the way you do something.

OSTENTATIOUS (OR PRETENTIOUS) (Adj.)
Meaning- displaying wealth, knowledge etc. in a way that is meant to attract attention, admiration.

PEDANT (Noun)
Meaning- 1) A strict school teacher.
2) One who makes a show or knowledge.
3) A person who annoys other people by correcting small errors and giving too much attention to minor details.

GRE top 100 words

PLACATE (OR MOLLIFY) (Verb)
Meaning- to cause someone to feel less angry about something or to calm down

PRAGMATIC (Adj.)
Meaning- solving problems in a practical and sensible way rather than by having fixed ideas or theories.

PREVARICATE (Verb)
Meaning- to be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or to hide information.

PRODIGAL (OR PROFLIGATE) (Adj.)
Meaning- 1) Descriptive of someone who is a spendthrift and reckless with money and other valuable goods.
2) referring to spending large amount of funds without thinking of the future.

VACILLATE (Verb)
Meaning- 1) to keep changing your opinion or thoughts about something especially in a way that annoys other people.
2) hesitate.

VENERATE (Verb)
Meaning- to honor or greatly respect a person or thing.
Venerate usually implies holding something or someone as holy or sacrosanct.

GRE top 100 words

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