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Barron GRE Vocabulary List 14: Print One-sided Flashcard

peer:
 (सहकर्मी) gaze; stare; look searchingly; company with
E.g.We peer in at ten infants through the glass walls of a new-born nursery, imagining the bright futures ahead in the 80 years of life they can expect.
peerless:
 (अद्वितीय) having no equal; incomparable
E.g.At our town Sam is a peerless cooker: no one could compare with him.
pellucid:
 (पारदर्शक) transparent; limpid; easy to understand
E.g.After reading these stodgy philosophers, I find Bertrand Russell's pellucid style very enjoyable.
penchant:
 (लगन) strong inclination; definite liking
E.g.There is a certain penchant in true believers to ignore input which conflicts and contradicts that belief.
pending:
 (लंबित) not yet decided or settled; awaiting conclusion or confirmation
E.g.She was held in custody pending trial.
penetrate:
 (घुसना) pierce; go through; permeate
E.g.You can hear her piano practice penetrate each room of the house.
penitent:
 (पश्चातापी) feeling or expressing deep regret for misdeeds
E.g.When he realized the enormity of his crime, he became remorseful and penitent.
pensive:
 (चिंताग्रस्त) deeply, often dreamily thoughtful; engaged in serious thought or reflection; contemplative
E.g.The pensive lover gazed at the portrait of his beloved and deeply sighed.
penury:
 (दरिद्रता) extreme poverty; lack of something; barrenness; insufficiency
E.g.When his pension fund failed, George feared he would end his days in penury. He became such a penny pincher that he turned into a closefisted, penurious miser.
perceptive:
 (ज्ञानविषयक) insightful; aware; wise; having the ability to perceive
E.g.In sense capacity, in perceptive and discriminative ability, there is likewise a practical equality.
percussion:
 (टक्कर) striking one object against another sharply
E.g.The drum is a percussion instrument.
perdition:
 (तबाही) entire ruin; utter destruction, especially, utter loss of soul, or of final happiness in future
E.g.Praying for salvation, young Steven Daedalus feared he was damned to eternal perdition.
peregrination:
 (सफ़र) travel or journey, especially by foot, notably by pilgrim
E.g.Auntie Mame was a world traveler whose previous peregrination took her from Tiajuana to Timbuctoo.
peremptory:
 (अलंघ्य) offensively self-assured; dictatorial; not allowing contradiction or refusal
E.g.From Jack's peremptory knock on the door, Jill could tell he would not give up until she let him in.
perennial:
 (बारहमासी) lasting indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; remaining active throughout all the time
E.g.These plants are hardy perennial and will bloom for many years.
perfidious:
 (बेवफ़ा) tending to betray; disloyal; faithless
E.g.When Caesar realized that Brutus had betrayed him, he reproached his perfidious friend.
perforate:
 (छेदना) pierce, punch, or bore hole or holes in; penetrate
E.g.Before you can open the aspirin bottle, you must first perforate the plastic safety seal that covers the cap.
perfunctory:
 (बेपरवाह) done routinely and with little interest or care; acting with indifference; showing little interest or care
E.g.I introduced myself, and at my name his perfunctory manner changed; I knew he heard me before.
perimeter:
 (परिधि) outer boundary length; closed curve bounding a plane area
E.g.Find the largest possible width if the the perimeter is at most 64 cm.
peripheral:
 (परिधीय) located in outer boundary; unimportant; auxiliary
E.g.We lived, not in central London, but in one of those peripheral suburbs that spring up on the outskirts of a great city.