GRE GMAT Vocab: SYNONYMS

1. Abhorrent, abominable, detestable, execrable, loathsome, obnoxious, repellent, repugnant, odious, heinous, disgusting

2. Abandon, renounce, maroon, leave in the lurch, forfeit, disown, waive, ditch, abdicate, jilt, forsake, abjure, disown, repudiate

3. Abnormal, aberrant, anomalous, bizarre, eccentric, freak, idiosyncratic, queer, wayward

4. Scurrilous, calumnious, libelous, opprobrious

5. Libel, calumny, defamation, denigration, misrepresentation, obloquy, slander, aspersion, vilification, malign, traduce, smear, besmirch, tarnish, imputation, vituperation, defile

6. Abundant, bountiful, copious, luxuriant, rampant

7. Abuse, assault, execration, invective, vituperation, affront, berate, castigate, inveigh, odium

8. Acclaim, applaud, extol, commend, kudos, laud, eulogize, ovation, esteem, plaudits, acquiescence, endorsement, mandate, ratification

9. Accusations, impeachment, allegation, summons, indictment

10. Acquit, absolve, exonerate, vindicate

11. Bounty, largesse, munificence, philanthropy

12. Commendable, absolve, exemplary, laudable, meritorious, honorable

13. Contemptible, despicable, detestable, disgraceful, loathsome, odious, ignominious, dishonorable, discreditable

14. Condemnable, reprehensible, deplorable

15. Censure, condemnation, culpability, reprimand, recrimination, reproach, denounce

16. Aggressive, antagonistic, bellicose, belligerent, pugnacious, warlike, fractious, quarrelsome, contentious, litigious, militant

17. Irascible, petulant, peevish, dyspeptic, cantankerous, irritable, bilious

18. Agreement, accord, conformity, consensus, harmony, unanimity, compact, treaty, covenant, truce, pact

19. Approbate, comply, accent, concur, approve, acquiesce, concede, accord

20. Alleviate, abate, allay, ameliorate, assuage, mitigate, slake, subdue, temper, relieve, mollify, appease, conciliate, placate, gruntle

21. Alliance, affiliation, coalition, concordat, compact, confederation, consortium

22. Allure, attract, beguile, decoy, entice, lure, magnetize

23. Mitigate, palliate, extenuate

24. Coax, wheedle, inveigle, cajole

25. Amiable, affable, amicable, genial

26. Amorous, carnal, enamored, erotic, lustful, lecherous, licentious, salacious, lascivious, libidinous, lewd, prurient, lubricious, bawdy, erotic

27. Ancient, antediluvian, antiquated, archaic, outmoded, passÃ©, primordial

28. Animosity, acerbity, acrimony, animus, antagonism, antipathy, asperity, malevolence, rancor, vindictiveness, enmity, malice

29. Anonymous, incognito, pseudonym

30. Phlegmatic, sluggish, languid, indolent, listless, lackadaisical

31. Apathy, lassitude, lethargy, debility, languor

32. Apex, acme, apogee, zenith, crest, culmination, summit, pinnacle

33. Apologetic, contrite, penitent, remorseful, rueful

34. Apprentice, novice, tyro, greenhorn

35. Appropriate, apposite, apropos, apt, befitting, felicitous, opportune, pertinent, seasonable, seemly

36. Arbitrary, autocratic, despotic, imperious, tyrannical, totalitarian

37. Arbitrary, capricious, whimsical, erratic, eccentric, mercurial, quirky

38. Ardent, zealous, fervent, impassioned, passionate

39. Arduous, grueling, laborious, Herculean, onerous

40. Altercation, bickering, clash, dispute, feud, squabble, wrangle, quibble, carp, cavil

41. Arrogant, cavalier, haughty, impudent, supercilious, swaggering, presumptuous, snobbish, condescending, insolent

42. Articulate, eloquent, glib, lucid

43. Asperity, abrasiveness, acerbity, acidity, acrimony, churlishness, irascibility, rancor

44. Atrocious, heinous

45. Augury, premonition, forewarning, portent, foreboding, bode, foreshadow, presentiment

46. Ascetic, austere, Spartan, self-denying

47. Frugal, parsimonious, stingy,

48. Banal, clichÃ©d, commonplace, hackneyed, humdrum, platitudinous, stereotyped, trivial, trite

49. Banish, exile, expel, rusticate, outlaw, oust, expatriate, deport

50. Banter, badinage, chaffing, repartee

51. Barbarian, boor

52. Barrage, fusillade, onslaught, bombardment, assault

53. Barrier, embankment, rampart, bulwark, blockade, fortification, palisade

54. Beget, procreate, father

55. Bell, carillon, knell

56. Bemuse, befuddle, bewilder, stupefy, confound, daze, flummox, muddle, mystify

57. Benevolent, altruistic, beneficent, benign, compassionate, philanthropic

58. Berserk, frenzied, frenetic, demented, deranged, maniacal

59. Bizarre, eccentric, freakish, grotesque, outlandish, weird, idiosyncratic

60. Beseech, implore, importune, entreat, supplicate

61. Besiege, beleaguer, pester, badger

62. Bewitch, captivate, enrapture, enchant, enthrall, entrance, mesmerize, ensnare, endear, engaging

63. Biased, bigoted, chauvinistic, jaundiced, partisan, tendentious, patriotic, jingoistic, sectarian

64. Genealogy, lineage, pedigree, race

65. Blasphemous, impious, irreverent, profane, sacrilegious

66. Blatant, barefaced, flagrant, conspicuous, shameless

67. Blaze, conflagration, holocaust, carnage, massacre

68. Boastful, vainglorious, bragging, conceited

69. Boisterous, obstreperous, rowdy, uproarious

70. Burlesque, caricature, travesty, lampoon, parody, sham, pastiche

71. Circuitous, devious, labyrinthine, meandering, oblique, rambling, tortuous, serpentine

72. Dainty, squeamish, fastidious, meticulous

73. Dappled, pied, motley, speckled, variegated

74. Dawdle, dally, loiter

75. Dexterous, agile, nimble, deft, adroit, lithe, limber

76. Devilish, demoniac, diabolic, fiendish, infernal

77. Dingy, murky, drab, seedy, dowdy

78. Discordant, cacophonous, clashing, dissonant, incongruous

79. Dormant, comatose, quiescent, latent, torpid

80. Ephemeral, fugitive, evanescent, fleeting

81. Etiquette, civility, protocol, decorum

82. Exuberant, ebullient, effervescent, vivacious, exultant

83. Fashionable, modish, vogue, contemporary, trendy

84. Flirt, coquette, philanderer

85. Gaunt, emaciated, cadaverous, lanky, haggard

86. Grandiloquent, bombastic, melodramatic, pompous, rhetorical

87. Heresy, unorthodox, heterodox, iconoclast, pagan

88. Hoodwink, cozen, deceive, dupe, hoax

89. Impromptu, extemporized, offhand

90. Impregnable, impenetrable, invincible, unconquerable

91. Insidious, deceptive, treacherous, surreptitious, furtive

92. Lament, dirge, elegy, requiem

93. Melancholy, lugubrious, disconsolate, despondent, somber, dejected, plaintive, lamenting, doleful

94. Paraphernalia, appurtenance, accessories

95. Perfunctory, cursory

96. Pestilence, blight, pandemic, plague, contagion, epidemic

97. Pillage, depredation, marauding, plunder, despoil, ransack, ravage, devastate

98. Prevaricate, tergiversate, equivocate, evasive, elusive

99. Profuse, exuberant, prolific, lavish, abundant

100. Profound, erudite, esoteric, recondite

101. Suspicious, apprehensive, skeptical, dubious, incredulous, wary

102. Sycophantic, flattering, servile

103. Therapeutic, curative, salubrious

104. Tumult, pandemonium, turmoil, chaos, commotion, turbulence, uproar

105. Virtuoso, maestro, prodigy

106. Voracious, ravenous, rapacious, insatiable, avid

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