Vocabulary Study Online By Level (VSOBL) is an all-in-one tool to prepare English exam vocabulary (US$2/Month). It has built-in vocabularies: 6000 IELTS words, 6000 TOEFL words, 5000 GRE words, and 3000 SAT words. You can load them by level with one click.
The 6000 TOEFL Vocabulary List is an excellent supplement to 5000 TOEFL Vocabulary List. If you finish the latter and still want to enhance your vocabulary skills, this list is an ideal option.
The list actually consists of 1000+ words that are not in the 5000 TOEFL vocabulary list, low frequency but useful in academic reading. So it would be best if you studied it after finishing the first 5000 TOEFL words.
The list is also called as Level 5 of TOEFL Vocabulary, following the 4 levels in the 5000 TOEFL vocabulary list. Its words are in four groups too. We present them as the same as 5000 TOEFL Vocabulary List, which you should know well, including features like online practices, printable materials, and word status management.
Words of Group 1: (Part of words, select list to view all.)
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console v. cheer from distress or depression; alleviate grief and raise spirits of; relieve; comfort With him, I was at perfect ease because I knew I suited him; all I said or did seem either to console or revive him. Show examples and contexts
contempt n. state of being despised or dishonored; disgrace; disobedience to, or open disrespect of The poor fools, who hold science in contempt, have no ability to realize that science proves them wrong at every turn. Show examples and contexts
contemptuous a. scornful; expressing contempt; showing a lack of respect The diners were intimidated by the contemptuous manner of the waiter. Show examples and contexts
contribute v. provide; bestow a quality on In the developed world, many companies provide a fund, which they and their staff contribute to, which is then invested in shares, bonds, and other assets. Show examples and contexts
convey v. carry from one place to another; bear or transport I tried to convey that users should have a choice - the freedom to decide how and where their data resides and is used. Show examples and contexts
copious a. plentiful; containing plenty; affording ample supply She had copious reasons for rejecting the proposal. Show examples and contexts