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Kaplan Study online at . to describe or picture in words, to detail. Delude to deceive, to have .. brief in speech, using very few words. Lambent. Kaplan GRE words - Kaplan 选出的个要掌握的GRE词汇。想在有限的时间 记一部分GRE词汇, 这个列表可以借鉴。. Kaplan wordlist Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.
Fawning to show excessive affection. Gesticulate to gesture. Germane Relevant to subject under consideration Forfeit to give up something as a penalty for some error or crime Fecund fertile. Finesse delicacy of workmanship. Futile useless. Halitosis bad breath. Persuade her by guile Frugal Simple and plain food. Hegira an escape to avoid danger or to get away from an unpleasant location Hypocritical Pretending to be deceiving Herald to give notice of.
Impecunious without money. Inconclusive Not leading to a firm conclusion Iconoclast One who attacks traditional ideas Husbandry the judicious use of resources. Imminent About to happen. Homage reverence.
Imago an adult stage of an insect. Immutable something that is unchangeable. He indebted her Hidebound excessively rigid. Immaterial insignificant. Impassive Without feeling Inclusive Tending to include all Homogeneity The quality of being similar Harmonious Tuneful.
Improbable Not likely to be true or happen Heterogeneous Dissimilar. Incessant unceasing. Impenetrable Not able to be pierced. Inchoate just beginning. Imperturbable Calm. Histrionic Excessively dramatic or emotional behavior Impolitic Not wise Indebted Owning money. Inadvertently Unintentionally Homologate to confirm officially Indication Point out.
Hugger-mugger Confusion. Impugn to attack the integrity of something Imperious commanding. Incorporate Introduce something into a larger whole Ignominious disgraceful and dishonorable Inculpate Teach someone an attitude.
Heresy any belief that is strongly opposed to established beliefs. Incongruity Lack of harmony Hiatus a break or interruption from work or any other established routine Hyperbole extravagant exaggeration used as a figure of speech Hoary gray or white with age.
Harbinger a precursor. Imbroglio a difficult and confused situation. Incipient beginning to be. Hindrance Block. Homogeneous similar. Imbecility Weakness of mind Inalienable Not to be taken away Impunity Freedom from punishment or harm Hubris confidence Indefatigable Tireless.
Incontrovertible- not disputable. Imprudent Not showing care. Inconsiderable Of small size or amount. Incorrigible Uncorrectable Implacable Impossible to pacify Hortative giving advice or exhortation Homeopathy a system of natural healing Impulsive Acting or done without forethought Impediment Hindrance Idiosyncrasy Anything highly individual.
Indeterminate vague. Imitate Take or follow as a model. Imaginativeness Imagination Impervious does not allow something to pass through. Impotent lacking power. Jovial Good natured Iniquitous evil. Insensible Unconscious. Infamy an evil reputation borne of a criminal act. Karma Jargon a specialized vocabulary of a group.
Inveterate habitual. Ineluctable inescapable. Latent Indubitable unquestionable Judicious wise. Lassitude weariness. Lambent radiant.
Irrelevant Not applicable. Insidious sly. Indigent poverty stricken. Insufferable To extreme to bear Interregnum the period between two successive governments. Largess a generous giving of gifts. Laud to praise. Indifferent Unmoved or uncensored by. Juggernaut a massive. Intransigent uncompromising.
Insular Narrow mindedness. Intrepid fearless. Jeopardy exposure to danger. Juxtapose to place side by side Innocence Purity. Labile unstable. Inured to become accustomed to something undesirable. Lament to mourn. Invulnerable Impossible to damage or injure Junction a place of meeting or joining.
Lachrymose tearful. Insipid lacking taste. Inscrutable Difficult to understand. Insouciant nonchalant. Leitmotif a dominant or recurring theme or emotion Jejune dull. Influence Capacity to have effect on the character Indigenous native. Insincere Not expressing genuine feelings Inhibit to keep from free activity or expression. Interwoven Blend closely Inept clumsy. Lethargic Drowsy. Indomitable Impossible to defeat Junta Laconic brief in speech.
Irresolute Showing or feeling hesitancy. Irascible tempered. Intolerable Not willing to accept ways of thinking different than him Ineffable unutterable. Irreverent disrespectful. Lax careless. Jaunty Cheerful Jaunt a short pleasure trip Insensitivity Inability to respond a good or bad emanation of force from someone or something Indolence Inactivity or laziness Laudable Deserving praise Itinerant moving from place to place Legislature Make laws Legacy something handed down from the past.
Insolent Rude. Inquietude uneasiness. Irremediable Incurable. Interminable Endless. Lupine having the characteristics of a wolf Matriculate to enroll. Malign Speak evil. Meander to wander aimlessly Levity Lack of seriousness or steadiness She matched her steps to his Minion on.
Levee an embankment designed to prevent a river from flooding Manifest to make evident by showing Lucid clear. Makeshift Temporary substitute Matrix a pouring of a liquid for a religious ceremony. Magnanimity Generosity. Moue a pout. Moderate in estimation of one's abilities for achievements Libation Misrepresent Give a false or misleading display Morose Ill or bad tempered Martyr one who suffers for a cause. Mounting Backing. Martinet one who adheres strictly to rules Luminary a person of great intellectual.
Libidinous lustful. Loquacious Talkative Listless a lack of energy. Machination scheming activity foe an evil purpose Mendacious dishonest. Macerate to soften by soaking. Mellifluous sweetly flowing Mollify Soothe an angry person Lope to run at steady. Moribund being in a dying or decaying condition Maverick Unorthodox. Malaise a feeling of depression.
Mirthful merry. Maverick a person who breaks away from the crowd. Luminous glowing.
Miasma Malapropism the humorous misuse of a word that sound very much like the word intended Lurid Wild. Maladroit Not skillful. Matched Correspond in some essential respect. Manumit to release from slavery Mercurial emotionally unpredictable. Modest Humble. Moot of no matter or consequence. Monotony Sameness leading to boredom Metamorphosis Change of form Malevolent Having or showing a wish to do evil to others Litigate Take a claim to a court of law.
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Maudlin overly sentimental Mordant bitingly sarcastic. Mistaken Wrong in one's opinion or judgment Mercenary a person who serves only for money. Lissome supple Milieu environment. Malfeasance an illegal act especially by a public official Meticulous Excessively careful.
Mien demeanor. Malinger Exaggerate illness in order to escape duty Liaison connection between different groups. Magnanimous noble in spirit. Marshal to gather together something for a purpose.
Nascent coming into existence. Nefandous unspeakable. Noisome harmful. Onus burden. Overture an opening move. Munificent generous Narcissism Excessive or erotic interest in one's physical appearance.
Nullify to repeal. Omniscient all knowing. Omnivorous Eating both plant and animal Obliterate to blot out leaving no traces.
Extreme selfishness Novel new. Onetime Erstwhile. Nepotism showing favoritism to friends or family. Outstrip Move faster and overtake.
Officious unnecessarily helpful. Nonplus to bewilder. Nirvana a blissful. Obsequious fawning. Obdurate stubborn Overrated Offset Counteract something by having opposing forces Nuance a subtle distinction. Onerous Burdensome State of being omniscient having infinite knowledge Neophyte a beginner. Oscillate to swing back and forth Overlook Fail to notice something Mugwump a person or politician who can't make up his mind.
Opportunist a person who takes advantage of opportunity with no regard for principle Oust to eject. Niggardly stingy. Obviate Make unnecessary.
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Oeuvre a work of art. Opaque difficult to see through. Nimbus an atmosphere that surrounds a person or thing. Odious hateful. Ostentatious Showy. Multifaceted Many sided. Myriad an immense indefinite number. Oligarchy Odyssey Obstreperous stubbornly defiant. Noxious Harmful Ogle to stare at in a disrespectful way Ossify to become rigid. Myopia nearsightedness. Nadir Lowest point. Opine to express an opinion Nomadic without a permanent home. Opprobrious damning. Obscure Dark. Offal Omniscience Obloquy strong language of condemnation Overestimation.
Opus a creative work. Osmosis Nihilism the belief that there are no values or morals in the universe. Nabob a wealthy. Mundane Lacking interest or excitement. Muckrake to expose political misconduct Occasional Appearing irregularly Nominal insignificant. Negligent careless. Pluvial rainy Panoply Magnificent. Polarize Split into opposite extremes Philanthropy Paucity scarcity. Phantasm an apparition.
Percipience keen perception Pivotal Phlegmatic Calm and unexcitable Paucity Dearth Plebeian common. Pernicious Very harmful. Pious Paralleled Side by side with Patina surface discoloration caused by age and oxidation. Perfidious faithless. Perdition eternal damnation Placebo a fake medication Peregrination an expedition. Perorate Pastiche Pallid lacking color. Partisan Divide into parts Peruse to study.
Placate to soothe. Pique a piece that imitates or is made up from pieces of other works. Partition a dividing wall. Parsimonious Unwilling to spend money or resources Pachyderm skinned animal Pedantic Bookish.
Penury extreme poverty Panacea a remedy that cures everything Perspicacious Having insight. Plethora Excess ex. Pervasive Spread throughout idea or smell Paradigm a model or example Paroxysm a fit good will towards all people. Patent Visible. Percipient Having good understanding of things Perquisite Any gain above stipulated salary Pertinacious Stubborn Peripheral Of periphery Palliate to hide the seriousness of something with excuses or apologies.
Paralogism illogical reasoning of which the reason is not aware Perfunctory Lacking interest. Polemic a powerful argument to defend a thesis. Pithy Concise and meaningful Perseverance Continue steadily in spite of difficulties Pariah an outcast Plausible believable Plentiful In a large amount Penultimate next to last Penchant Strong inclination towards the things disliked by others Palatable pleasant to the taste. Panegyric lofty praise.
Impressive collection of things Patois a language used by a particular population that differs from standard Speech Pluralism a society in which distinct group function together. Plethora of excuses Poignant emotionally moving Permeate Pace with deference to Piquant pungent. Plenary complete. Paltry a tiny or insignificant amount. Painstaking Showing hard work. Proliferate Increase rapidly in numbers.
Precocious Premature precocious talent of computing. Prepossess to cause to be preoccupied. Preeminence Outstanding. Propensity Natural inclination Quintessential the most perfect example of Propriety Propound Put forth for consideration and analysis Proselytize to seek to convert someone to a religion. Pusillanimous Cowardly Conformity to prevailing taxes Predilection Partiality Profusion Great amount.
Quirkiness A strange attitude or habit. Presumptuous Going beyond what is right. Problematic Causing problems Primed Make something ready to use or action.
Profligate corrupt. Prowess exceptional skill or strength. Precarious Unsafe. Prodigal Wasteful. Premature Occurring or done before usual or proper time Provident Providing future needs Quiddity the real nature of a thing. Pragmatic Practical Qualified Limited. Pulchritude physical beauty Pretentious Showy Protean readily assuming different shapes or characters Putrefy to rot Quisling a traitor who helps an enemy who occupies his country Poltroon a coward Proscenium the part of the stage in front of the curtain.
Provenance origin. Qua in the capacity of Preamble Introductory statement Provincial limited in outlook. Precept a rule or principle to guide conduct Quash Crush. Prurient lascivious. Politicize Make someone politically aware Posturing Behave in a way that it is intended to impress or mislead people Fitness. Prescient having foresight Pregnant highly significant.
Quell to put an end to. Prolific marked by abundant production or offspring Preclude to make impossible. Pretext Excuse Ponderous Having great weight Quiescence State of inactivity.
Quaint fashioned. Probity honesty. Portent an omen. Prosaic Lacking in imagination Prudent careful. Posthumous After death Prevarication Lie Punctilious meticulously attentive to detail. Propinquity nearness in place or time. Prodigious Impressively great in size. Privation lack of comforts. Qualms Uneasy feeling of doubt-fear-worry Puissance power. Proxy Authority to represent someone else Quixotic foolishly impractical and idealistic Pugnacious Combative in nature Rationalize Make rational Based on idea.
Retribution Deserved punishment for wrongdoing Reprove to gently criticize Ridiculed Absurd misrepresentation. Sartorial relating to dress or fashion Reticent restrained. Reviled Criticize in a abusive or insulting manner Saccharine excessively sweet Refinement Process of removing impurities. Recidivism the act of repeating an offense Saturnine sullen.
Reprobate Morally disapproved person Respite an interval of rest. Rescind to cancel. Saporous tasty. Requisite Necessary requirement Reversed Cause to move backward Rarefied esoteric.
Quotidian occurring every day. Scanty minimal. Reveal Uncover. Retinue a group of attendants to an elevated person Sallow yellow tone Scintillate Ribald vulgar or indecent language Rustic primitive. Recapitulates Summarize Raucous boisterous. Remuneration payment.
Sardonic disdainful. Rapprochement establishment of good relations Reciprocal mutual. Sagacious wise shrewd Relegate to dismiss to a less prominent position. Schism Split within religious body Savant a scholar. Replenish to refill. Relic an object associated with a saint. Hard to understand Recondite Abstruse. Sally a rushing attack. Ruminate to muse upon Reprehensible deserving of blame Sciolism superficial knowledge.
Repudiated Deny Recalcitrant stubbornly defiant and resistant of authority Repartee a quick. Satrap a subordinate ruler Recluse The person who lived solitary life and avoiding people Salubrious favorable to health Resplendent brilliant. Resilient an ability to recover from. Rife widespread. Sangfroid extraordinary composure in the face of danger Redoubtable formidable. Robust strong and healthy. Rout Rebuke to criticize or reprimand sharply Representative Proxy Rebuff to snub.
Sanctimonious Raffish jaunty.
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Rubric heading. Rescind Revoke. Residual Remaining.
Salient Prominent. Stipulate State as a necessary condition Static stationary. Stoic showing indifference to pain. Sine qua non something that is an essential condition of Sycophant serve obsequiously to gain advantage Sinuous winding.
Sylvan forest like. Slatternly squalid. Surfeit abundance. Stagnate to lie inactive. Somnolent drowsy. Stymie Present an obstacle. Shantung a heavy nubby fabric. Surmise abundance. Supplant Replace Stalwart unwavering. Snare A trap for catching birds and animals Stymie to get in the way of.
Shibboleth a distinctive word or behavior that typifies a group. Sloth sluggish. Senescence beginning of old age Striated marked with thin lines or grooves Slighted Insult by treating them with disrespect Syllogism Secular Denoting attitudes. Succinct concise. Sententious preachy. Spelunker a cave explorer Supercilious Arrogant Surrogate Stolid Subjugate Conquer. Sedition Resistance to authority Dull. Boon Blessing Boondoggle a useless or valueless project or activity Boorish Rude Bosky wooded, covered with trees and shrubs Botch to bungle, to foul up Bowdlerize to censor prudishly Bracing invigorating, to prepare 3.
Braggadocio arrogant pretension, empty conceit Broach to open up a subject for discussion Brook to tolerate, to put up with something Brummagem bogus, fraudulent, cheap, showy Buffoon clown or fool Bulwark something used as a defense, a strong protection Bumptious assertive Burgeon Middle class Buttress Support Byzantine extremely intricate or complicated in structure Cabal a secret group of conspirators, a clique Cache a hiding place, something hidden in a secret place Cachet State of being respected or admired Caducity the frailty of old age, the quality of being perishable transistorizes Calamitous Black, Having extreme misfortunate Callous unfeeling and insensitive Callow Inexperienced and immature Calumny slander, deliberate false statements Canard a fabricated story, or sensational report, a hoax Candor truthfulness, great honesty, frankness Capacious Having a lot of space inside, roomy Capitulate to surrender, to stop resisting Capricious Unpredictable, Sudden change in a mood or behavior Castigate to punish, chastise, criticize severely Casual Happening by chance Cataclysm a violent upheaval, an earthquake, a flood Catastrophic Disastrous Catharsis an emotional purification, an emotional release Caustic biting in humor Cavil to quibble, to raise trivial objections Celerity haste, swiftness of movement Censor Person who eliminates inappropriate matter Censure the act of blaming or condemning Central Forming the centre, Accessible from variety of places Centrifugal proceeding in action away from the center or axle Chary careful, cautious, wary Chastise to criticize severely Chicanery deception or trickery Chicanery Trickery, Deception the action of deceiving someone Chimerical wildly fanciful, absurd Chronic constant, lasting a long time Chronological Relating to establishment of dates and time sequences Circumlocution wordy language, an indirect, roundabout expression Circumscribe Limit Circumspect Cautious Claque an audience paid to clap, an obsequious audience Clearheaded Mentally alert Clemency disposition towards mercy, mildness Clerisy the intellectual elite Clique an exclusive group Clout influence, a forceful blow Coalesce to come together as one, to fuse or unite Cogitate to ponder over, to mediate, to think Coherent making sense, organize and logical Colloquial conversational, used in informal speech Collude Secret plan or understanding for harmful purpose Collusion Conspiring make secret plans a scheme to cheat or deceive others Commensurate Equal in extent, of the same size Commiserate Feel, express pity or sympathy for Commonplace Ordinary Compatible able to get along well Compendium Brief, comprehensive summery Compliant Acting in accordance with rule Comport to behave Compunction Strong uneasiness caused by guilt Conceal Hide, secret Conciliate Stop from being angry, pacify Concomitant accompanying, attending, going along with Conflagration Great fire Confound Confuse Consecrate Dedicate, Declare as sacred Consensus General agreement Construe Explain, interpret Contentious argumentative over a point, quarrelsome Contravene Contradict, oppose Contrite Affected by guilt 4.
Convey to transport, to conduct, to communicate Conviction determination, a state of being convinced Convoke Call together Copious abundant, lavish Corroborate to support with evidence Cortege a procession, a group of attendants Cosmopolitan Familiar with different countries and cultures Coterie an intimate group of people with a common interest Counterfeit Made in exact limitation to deceive, fake Covenant Binding agreement between two groups Covet to wish for with envy Craft Skill Craven cowardly Credulity Belief on slight evidence Criterion standard for judging Critical Expressing adverse or disapproving judgments Crucial Critical, of great importance Culvert a sewer or drain Cunning Clever in deceiving Cursory brief, without much attention to detail Cynical Skeptical or mistrustful of human motives Ex.
Humans are motivated by selfishness Daedal ingenious or complex in design Daunt Intimidate, Discourage Dearth a shortage Debacle a disaster or violent breakdown Deceit Dishonest act or statement Deciduous shedding or losing leaves on a particular season, not evergreen Decimate to kill or destroy a large part of Decline Downward slope Decorum Propriety Defalcate to embezzle Default Failed to act Defenestration the act of throwing someone or something out a window Deference respect, courtesy Defiant Open resistance Deft skillful Deign To give or grant something to someone in a graceful manner Deism the belief that god created the world and then left it to its own devices Deleterious Harmful Delimit Determine the limits or boundaries of Delineate Sketch, Describe Deliberate - Done consciously or intentionally Delude Deceive Demimonde a class of kept women or women of lower social standing, Demur Object, raise an objection Denouement the outcome Denunciation open condemnation Depiction Description Depravity moral corruption Depreciate to lessen in value, to belittle Depredate to prey upon, to plunder with violence if necessary Derivative Unoriginal Descry to discern, to see something, to teach sight of Desecrate to treat with disrespect Desiccate to dry out Destitute very poor, totally lacking Desultory Aimless Detachment Free from emotional involvements Devious Not straightforward Devoid Empty Diadem a crown that indicates royalty Diatribe a denunciation, a biting speech Dichotomy Division into two parts, split Didactic Intended to teach a moral lesson Diffidence Shyness Diffuse wordy, not concentrated, to spread widely Digress to stray from the main subject Dilettante a dabbler, someone with a superficial knowledge usually of the arts Dirge Funeral song Disabuse Correct a false impression Discern Able to make good decisions, mentally quick and observant Discerning keenly perceptive, shrewd Discomfit to confuse, deceive Discount to deduct, to disregard Discrepancy Lack of consistency Disinterested Unprejudiced, Free from bias Disparate Basically different, impossible to compare 5.
Disport Amuse Disquiet Uneasiness Disregard Pay no attention to, ignore Dissemble Hide the real nature of Disseminate Spread or scatter Dissipate Waste foolishly, break up, squander Dissolution Disintegration Diurnal occurring during the day, happens everyday Diva an opera singer, prima donna, a temperamental, conceited person Diversity A range of different things, variety Divest Strip as of clothes Docile easily taught, submissive Document Provide written evidence Doff to take off usually clothing as a sign of greeting Doggerel comic, sometimes crude, informal verse Dogmatic Holding stubbornly to one's opinion Doleful Expressing sorrow Dolorous sorrowful Dormant as though asleep, not actively growing Dossier a file of documents, letters and records Draconian severe, exceedingly harsh Dulcet having a nice, agreeable, melodious sound Dupe to deceive, to trick Duplicity Double dealing, being dishonest Ebb to decline, to recede Eccentric non-conventional, a little kooky Eclectic drawn from many sources Edacious having an instable appetite, great voracity Efface to erase, to rub away the features, to obscure Effete exhausted, lost vitality, over refined Efflorescence Flower, the period of greatest prosperity and productivity Egocentric involved, selfish Egregious extremely bad, flagrant Elliptical oval, obscure in expression Eloquence Expressiveness Elucidate to make clear Emancipate Set free Embellish Adorn make more beautiful Emigrate to move to a new country, to move to a new place Emissary a messenger or representative, an agent Empathy Understanding of another's feeling Emulate Imitate Encomium a eulogy or expression of high praise Endemic native, belonging to a specific region Enervate Weaken, take away energy from Engaging charming, interesting Engender Cause, Give rise to Enigma a puzzle, a baffling situation, something obscure Ennui boredom, listlessness, lack of interest Ensconce to settle in snugly, to hide in a secure place Enshroud to cover, to enclose with a dark cover Ephemeral lived, transitory Epicene having characteristics of both male and female neuter Equanimity Mental calmness Equivocate Use ambiguous language to mislead people Erroneous Mistaken, wrong, incorrect Ersatz an inferior substitute Erstwhile Former having previously filled a particular role Erudite scholarly, deeply learned, well read Escarpment cliff, a steep slope resulting from erosion Esculent edible, suitable for eating Esoteric understood by only a few Espy to glimpse, to descry, to catch sight of Essential Absolutely necessary Ethnocentric the belief in the superiority of one's race or ethnic group Etiolate pale and drawn, to make weak by stunting growth Eulogize to speak in praise of someone, to pay written or spoken tribute Euphoria Feeling of great happiness Euthenics the science of improving the condition of humans by improving their environment Evanescent vanishing, happening for the briefest moment Evasive Not frank Evince to show, reveal Exacerbate to make worse or more severe Exacting greatly demanding, requiring close attention Exaggerate Represent as being larger, greater Exalt to raise high, to glorify 6.
Exasperate Annoy, make angry Exculpate Clear from guilt or blame Execrable Very bad, detest Exemplar an excellent model, a typical example Exhibitionist Someone with a compulsive desire to expose genitals Exigent Demanding, urgent Exonerate Free from blame or guilt Exorbitant extravagant, exceeding what is usual Expedite to make faster or easier, to carry out promptly Explicit clearly stated, precisely shown Expunge to erase, to strike out Extirpate to rip up by the roots, to abolish, to annihilate Extol to praise highly Extraneous Not essential, irrelevant Extremes Either of two abstract things Exult Rejoice Facade the principal front of a building, a false appearance Facetious Joking, humorous Faction a group, or part of large group, united on an issue Fallacious False, based on fallacy Fallacy false idea, mistaken belief, an implausible argument Falsified Alter or mislead Fastidious Difficult to please, very attentive, concerned about accuracy Fatuous Silly and pointless Fauna animals Fawn Young deer, Give display of flattery and affection Fawning to show excessive affection, to be overly flattering in return for favor Feckless lacking responsibility, ineffective Fecund fertile, productive, fruitful Feign to pretend, give a false impression, to invent falsely Feral wild, like a wild animal, savage Fervor Zeal Fetter to impede, restrain, hamper Fey otherworldly, magical, "touched" Fickle Faithless, Changeable in friendship or relationship Fidelity a state of being faithful, loyal Fiduciary Involving trust Filial relating to a son Finesse delicacy of workmanship, subtlety, skillful maneuvering Flagellate to whip, or to punish as if by whipping Fledgling a young bird learning to fly, a beginner, a novice Flourish to grow strong, to grow abundantly, to thrive or prosper Fluke a chance event, a coincidence, a stroke of luck Fodder raw material for a given end Foment to stir up, to incite Foray an initial venture, to raid in search of plunder Forestall Prevent by taking action in advanced Forfeit to give up something as a penalty for some error or crime Forgery Fake imitation Forgo Omit or decline to take Forswear retract, renounce or recant Fortuitous happening by chance, lucky fortunate Forward contrary, consistently disobedient Frugal Simple and plain food, Sparing in economical with regard to money Frugality Economy Fundamental Basic, primary Furtive secret, done by stealth, sly Fusillade a rapid outburst, spray of gunfire Fustian ridiculously pompous, bombastic, grandiose in delivery Futile useless, hopeless, without effect Gainsay to deny, to speak or act against Galoot a loutish oaf, a clumsy but somewhat likable person Galvanize to arouse suddenly, to stimulate, spur to action Gamin a street urchin, a slim girl with an impish charm Gamut the full range of something Garner to gather and store away, to acquire by effort Garrulous Wordy, talkative Gemeinschaft a group with similar tastes, a group bound by similar interests and kinship Genteel refined, polite, aristocratic Germane Relevant to subject under consideration Gerrymander to divide into election districts to gain political advantage Gestalt a structure, whose parts cannot stand alone 7.
Gesticulate to gesture, especially when speaking Gird to invest with authority, to brace Gouge Overcharge with high price Grandiloquent Self important speech, using high sounding language Gratuitous freely given, unnecessary, uncalled for, unwarranted Gravity seriousness Gregarious Tending to form a group Grig a lively person Grimace to make an ugly disapproving facial expression Grovel to beg persistently, to degrade oneself Guile Deceit dishonest act , duplicity Ex.
Persuade her by guile Guise an external appearance Gullible Easily deceived Halcyon Calm, peaceful Halitosis bad breath Harbinger a precursor, an indication, one that foreshadows what is coming Harmonious Tuneful, forming a pleasing whole Hegira an escape to avoid danger or to get away from an unpleasant location Herald to give notice of, to hail or greet Heresy any belief that is strongly opposed to established beliefs, or practice Heterogeneous Dissimilar, mixed Hiatus a break or interruption from work or any other established routine Hidebound excessively rigid, dry and stiff, inflexible Hindrance Block, obstacle Histrionic Excessively dramatic or emotional behavior Hoary gray or white with age, ancient, stale Homage reverence, respect, an expression of high regard Homeopathy a system of natural healing Homogeneity The quality of being similar Homogeneous similar, of the same kind, uniform in nature Homologate to confirm officially Hortative giving advice or exhortation Hubris confidence Hugger- mugger Confusion, jumble, muddle Husbandry the judicious use of resources, livestock farming Hyperbole extravagant exaggeration used as a figure of speech Hypocritical Pretending to be deceiving Iconoclast One who attacks traditional ideas Idiosyncrasy Anything highly individual, attitude Ignominious disgraceful and dishonorable Imaginativeness Imagination Imago an adult stage of an insect, Imbecility Weakness of mind Imbroglio a difficult and confused situation, a complicated disagreement Imitate Take or follow as a model, copy Immaterial insignificant, unimportant Imminent About to happen Immutable something that is unchangeable, permanent Impassive Without feeling Impecunious without money, penniless Impediment Hindrance Impenetrable Not able to be pierced, entered Imperious commanding, lordly, arrogant Imperturbable Calm, placid Impervious does not allow something to pass through, impenetrable Implacable Impossible to pacify Impolitic Not wise Impotent lacking power, helpless, unable to perform sexual intercourse Improbable Not likely to be true or happen Imprudent Not showing care, not cautious Impugn to attack the integrity of something Impulsive Acting or done without forethought Impunity Freedom from punishment or harm Inadvertently Unintentionally Inalienable Not to be taken away Incessant unceasing, never ending, flowing without interruption Inchoate just beginning, not organized or orderly, incomplete Incipient beginning to be, in an early stage Inclusive Tending to include all Inconclusive Not leading to a firm conclusion Incongruity Lack of harmony Inconsiderable Of small size or amount, unimportant, insignificant Incontrovertible- not disputable, not open to question 8.
Incorporate Introduce something into a larger whole Incorrigible Uncorrectable Inculpate Teach someone an attitude; idea or habit Indebted Owning money, gratitude Ex. He indebted her Indefatigable Tireless, showing no sign of getting tired Indeterminate vague, not known in advance Indication Point out, suggest Indifferent Unmoved or uncensored by, neither good nor bad Indigenous native, produced or living in a particular area Indigent poverty stricken, needy Indolence Inactivity or laziness Indomitable Impossible to defeat Indubitable unquestionable Ineffable unutterable, unspeakable Ineluctable inescapable, not to be avoided Inept clumsy, awkward, incompetent Infamy an evil reputation borne of a criminal act, a reputation for evil deeds Influence Capacity to have effect on the character Inhibit to keep from free activity or expression, to restrain or even forbid Iniquitous evil, unjust Innocence Purity, lack of guile Inquietude uneasiness, restlessness Inscrutable Difficult to understand, mysterious Insensate Lacking physical sensation Insensible Unconscious, unaware Insensitivity Inability to respond Insidious sly, treacherous, having a gradual effect Insincere Not expressing genuine feelings Insipid lacking taste, dull, bland Insolent Rude, not showing due respect Insouciant nonchalant, lighthearted, unconcerned Insufferable To extreme to bear Insular Narrow mindedness, ignorant, lacking contact with people Interminable Endless, incessant Interregnum the period between two successive governments, Interwoven Blend closely Intolerable Not willing to accept ways of thinking different than him Intransigent uncompromising, stubborn Intrepid fearless, having fortitude and endurance Inured to become accustomed to something undesirable Inveterate habitual, deeply rooted or established Invulnerable Impossible to damage or injure Irascible tempered, cranky Irrelevant Not applicable, unrelated Irremediable Incurable, impossible to remedy Irresolute Showing or feeling hesitancy, uncertain Irreverent disrespectful, gently or humorously mocking Itinerant moving from place to place Jargon a specialized vocabulary of a group, an obscure language Jaunt a short pleasure trip Jaunty Cheerful Jejune dull, lacking interest, empty of food Jeopardy exposure to danger, peril Jovial Good natured Judicious wise, showing judgment, cautious Juggernaut a massive, unstoppable object Junction a place of meeting or joining, a linkup Juxtapose to place side by side Karma a good or bad emanation of force from someone or something Labile unstable, adaptable, liable to change Lachrymose tearful, mournful Laconic brief in speech, using very few words Lambent radiant, flickering, marked by lightness Lament to mourn, to express regret Largess a generous giving of gifts, philanthropy Lassitude weariness, listlessness, a state of lethargy Latent present but not visible or apparent, dormant, potential Laud to praise, to applaud, to extol Laudable Deserving praise Lax careless, too relaxed Legacy something handed down from the past , a bequest Legislature Make laws Leitmotif a dominant or recurring theme or emotion Lethargic Drowsy, dull Levee an embankment designed to prevent a river from flooding 9.
Levity Lack of seriousness or steadiness Liaison connection between different groups, a close bond Libation a pouring of a liquid for a religious ceremony, a drink Libidinous lustful, lascivious Lissome supple Listless a lack of energy, spiritless Litigate Take a claim to a court of law, go to law Lope to run at steady, easy pace Loquacious Talkative Lucid clear, easily understood Luminary a person of great intellectual, creative or spiritual stature Luminous glowing, bright, emitting light Lupine having the characteristics of a wolf Lurid Wild, sensational Macerate to soften by soaking, to cause to waste away Machination scheming activity foe an evil purpose Magnanimity Generosity, generous Magnanimous noble in spirit, generous, giving Makeshift Temporary substitute Maladroit Not skillful, awkward, inept Malaise a feeling of depression, uneasiness, of being unwell Malapropism the humorous misuse of a word that sound very much like the word intended Malevolent Having or showing a wish to do evil to others Malfeasance an illegal act especially by a public official Malign Speak evil, bad-mouth Malinger Exaggerate illness in order to escape duty Manifest to make evident by showing Manumit to release from slavery Marshal to gather together something for a purpose, to arrange in order Martinet one who adheres strictly to rules Martyr one who suffers for a cause, a person who sacrifices for a principle Matched Correspond in some essential respect, be harmonious ex.
She matched her steps to his Matriculate to enroll, most particularly in college Matrix something from which something else originates or takes from Maudlin overly sentimental Maverick a person who breaks away from the crowd, a non-conformist Maverick Unorthodox, independent-minded person, rebel Meander to wander aimlessly Mellifluous sweetly flowing Mendacious dishonest, deceitful Mendacity Dishonesty, untruthfulness Emigrate to move to a new country. Plausible believable One more thing read, read whatever interests you.
Sine qua non something that is an essential condition of Convey to transport, to conduct, to communicate Benison blessing, benediction Saporous tasty. Pallid lacking color.