Difficult GRE Words - Group 9

 Difficult GRE Words - Group 9View Group Words   
presage  Speak Example sentences
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v. foretell or predict; indicate or warn of in advance
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n. one who makes an unreasonable profit not justified by their corresponding assumption of risk
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v. steal, often in violation of trust; put away; remove
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n. performance of a musical or dramatic work; interpretation of a musical score or a dramatic piece
progenitor  Speak Example sentences
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n. one who makes an unreasonable profit not justified by their corresponding assumption of risk
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n. direct ancestor; originator of a line of descent; originator or founder
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v. scold harshly; criticize severely
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a. compensating; rewarding; profitable or paying
prologue  Speak Example sentences
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n. introduction, usually to a poem or play
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n. performance of a musical or dramatic work; interpretation of a musical score or a dramatic piece
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n. person with insane desire to set things on fire
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a. powerful; mighty; strong; vigorous; forcible
propagate  Speak Example sentences
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n. introduction, usually to a poem or play
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a. supposed to be true; reasonable as a supposition
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n. often indirect effect or result that is produced by an event or action; reflection, especially of sound
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v. cause something to multiply or breed; cause to extend to broader area or larger number
protract  Speak Example sentences
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a. supposed, reputed, generally regarded as such
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v. drive forward; cause to move forward or onward; push
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v. lie; stray from or evade truth; behave in evasive way such as to delay action
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v. prolong; draw out or lengthen in time
puissant  Speak Example sentences
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n. person with insane desire to set things on fire
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n. great physical beauty and appeal; attractive moral excellence; moral beauty
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a. powerful; mighty; strong; vigorous; forcible
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v. lie; stray from or evade truth; behave in evasive way such as to delay action
putative  Speak Example sentences
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a. versatile; able to take on many shapes; readily taking on varied shapes
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v. induce someone to convert to one's own religious faith
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a. supposed, reputed, generally regarded as such
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n. a literary, dramatic, or cinematic work whose narrative takes place before that of a preexisting work or a sequel
quiescent  Speak Example sentences
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a. compensating; rewarding; profitable or paying
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v. make oneself tidy in appearance; feel self-satisfaction
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v. renovate; make bright by polishing
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a. at rest; dormant; temporarily inactive
radiate  Speak Example sentences
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v. steal, often in violation of trust; put away; remove
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v. spread out; effuse; issue or emerge in rays or waves
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n. sacrificing; giving up; state of having rejected your religious beliefs
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n. performance of a musical or dramatic work; interpretation of a musical score or a dramatic piece
rebuke  Speak Example sentences
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a. formidable; arousing fear or awe; worthy of respect or honor
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v. to cause irritation or resentment, to embitter
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v. hold forth so that a person may take; offer for acceptance
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v. scold harshly; criticize severely